Top Books For Teens For Spring 2013

Top Books For Teens For Spring 2013

Spring is here and the smell of new books is in the air. With so many different great books to read in 2013, we have chosen our favorite books of the spring. Eleanor & Park Remember the first time you fell in love. This love story tells the tale of two 16 year old outsiders […]

By April 18, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
What Are Best And Most Interesting Books To Read?

What Are Best And Most Interesting Books To Read?

To find and choose the best and interesting books to read depends on the individual’s taste and preference on books he or she wishes to read. These books are available in online bookstores and libraries. The effort to find good and interesting books that are top listed in the selling lists should be the first step […]

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Michael Ondaatje – The Cat’s Table

Michael Ondaatje – The Cat’s Table

This novel was up for several literary awards.  Not my usual reading genre as I usually have to plod through the prose.  I nearly gave up on this one early as nothing really happens, there’s no suspense or tension, and barely a plot.  The story centers around an 11-year old boy and his pals on […]

By December 20, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Matt Lennox – The Carpenter

Matt Lennox – The Carpenter

Slow going story with a lot of good characters in a small town. A jailbird returns to his hometown to be with his dying mom. Lennox is a good writer but I think he’d be a great one if he could pick up the pace.

By June 27, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
T. Jeferrson Parker – Iron River

T. Jeferrson Parker – Iron River

T.J. is one of the better American mystery/suspense/action writers.  The Iron River is the flow of guns heading over to Mexico from the U.S.  Essentially, the Americans are helping destabilize Mexico by doing this.  Lots of cops, pleany of bad guys, Mexican cartels, weapons, kidnapping an ATF agent, gun manufacturing, and some nail-biting action.  What […]

By June 11, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Jade Varden – Justice (Book of Lies #1)

Jade Varden – Justice (Book of Lies #1)

This was a freebie on Amazon and not my usual genre.  I think it’s YA but turned into a murder mystery.  The first few chapters before the shoplifting are boring as hell and I almost gave up as it’s full of teeny prep school dynamics with rich kids vs poor kids, etc.  As a writer […]

By May 29, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Jeffrey Archer – A Matter of Honor

Jeffrey Archer – A Matter of Honor

This is an earlier novel by Mr. Archer.  Dumb title, but I picked it up at a garage sale.  I enjoy his recent stuff much more.  It has a slow start about the KGB and bankers and a British Army officer (plenty of background).  The story has to do with an art forgery and a […]

By May 28, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Juliane Koepcke – When I Fell From The Sky

Juliane Koepcke – When I Fell From The Sky

When Juliane flew over Peru with her mother the plane encountered a wild thunderstorm and the plane exploded.  Juliane, still attached to her seat was flung out and plummeted 10, 000 feet into the Peruvian jungle.  Freaky, indeed.  She followed the #1 rule of survival which is follow the water courses.  There isn’t much here […]

Firefighter mystery and juvenile eBook Sale – 25% and more off

Firefighter mystery and juvenile eBook Sale – 25% and more off

I’ve decided to try and increase sales of my eBooks by reducing their prices. My firefighter mystery/suspense novels are $4.99 and my juvenile/chapter eBooks are $2.99. I also have a juvenile for .99 cents until June. Why? Well, everyone’s downloading the Hunger Games @ $5.00 so I have to compete and undercut Suzanne Collins. Sorry […]

By April 15, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Scott Wallace – The Unconquered

Scott Wallace – The Unconquered

American Scott Wallace, a Nat’l Geographic writer, accompanies an expedition trying to find one of the last primitive tribes in the deep Amazon, a dangerous one, the Arrow People. FUNAI the Brazilian native affairs dept. doesn’t contact them anymore and give them pots and stuff as they are too susceptible to disease just like in […]

By April 15, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
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