Book Review: Lost & Found

My daughter has been taking my ipad, meaning I haven’t had a chance to do much reading (since most of it is digital these days). I picked up a copy of Lost & Found by Brooke Davis in my local Big W and read it at the beach over the weekend. The review: Seven …

Book Review: Storming

I have been following K. M. Weiland’s blog Helping Writers Become Authors for a while. If you’re a writer, her blog is extremely useful in understanding the basics and honing the craft of writing. It’s for this reason that I decided to pick up a copy of her latest book from …

Book Review: Hold On To Me

Hold on to Me by Victoria Purman is the fourth book in the Boys of Summer series. I didn’t know this before I purchased the book and was pleasantly surprised to find myself back in Middle Point. On to the review: Stella Ryan has rebuilt her life in the sleepy coastal …

Book Review: The Harmony Scroll

The Harmony Scroll by Edita A. Petrick is the second book in the Stella Hunter series. This review will make my last of 2016. The Harmony Scroll is written from the perspective of Timothy J. Carter, a contractor working for the US Government with contacts in the FBI. The novel begins …

Book Review: Already Dead

Already Dead by Jaye Ford is a heart-stopping ride of sheer suspense from beginning to end. Waiting at a set of traffic lights to head out of Sydney and to a new life up the coast, journalist Miranda Jack is stunned when a stranger jumps into her car and points a gun at her chest. …