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Review - Monster Huntress by David Wiley

My Copy of the Book Year Published: 2018 Genre: Fantasy Blurb: Consecrated with her mother’s blood and blessing. The world tells Ava she’s just a little girl who should know her place, but Ava wants a sword not a crown. Ava and her father are following in her mother’s footsteps, hunting monsters in the 13 Kingdoms, seeking revenge for her mother’s untimely death. Little do they know that the monster responsible is building up a dangerous force. When The King requests the help of Ava’s father in exchange for her becoming a princess, Ava is not pleased. Can Ava escape her fate and the obnoxious prince of Harborg to live the life she’s always known, or will the dark plans of the monster catch her in his trap. David Wiley combines the action of Tomb Raider with the fantastical elements of The Witcher to create the exciting world of The Young Huntress high fantasy series. Track down Monster Huntress today and slay your need for good fantasy. About the Author:

Review - Path of Jen: Bloodborne by Sidney Wood

Book Cover Year Published: 2016 Genre: Contemporary; Drama with tiny little bits of military in it. Blurb: Jen is an all-American teenage girl who struggles with her Iranian heritage. Hoping she will connect with the culture and traditions he values, her father takes her to visit the land of his birth.  Her mother's worst fears are realized when Jen is kidnapped and sold into modern day slavery.  Follow the story of an extraordinary young woman who refuses to be a victim. Cheer for her as she fights to stay alive and to ultimately find her way home. Follow the Path of Jen. About the Author: Sidney A. Wood, lives in a small, sleepy town in Alaska's Matanuska Valley. In the summer, he hikes, fishes, and rides the tires off his Harley. In the winter, he throws snowballs at his beautiful wife and teenage daughters, and then laughs at their cries of betrayal with his faithful dog and partner in crime, Cuddles. Yes, he let his daughter name her (face palm

My Week of Reading (20 - 25 August 2018)

Hello Everyone, I have slowly been recuperating from my cold - I managed to do two reviews this week. Fairytale Revenge by J.L. Higgs: Amazon:  Amazon Review - Fairytale Revenge Goodreads:  Goodreads Review - Fairytale Revenge Here is my blog review of the book:  Blog Review - Fairytale Revenge La Vie en Rose by Susie Kelly: Amazon:  Amazon Review - La Vie en Rose Goodreads:  Goodreads Review - La Vie en Rose Here is my blog review of the book:  Blog Review - La Vie en Rose Monthly Reading Goals: I will be putting up a review of a book in this section at some stage next week - so be sure to look out for it. Last Word: Depending on how this week goes for me - I will either get 3 or maybe even 4 reviews out. This week has been a little bit better health-wise; I even managed to get some workstation painting done today as well.  Finally...there's light at the end of the tunnel... Another thing I want to see if I can get going again is my writing on Wattpad -

Review - La Vie en Rose by Susie Kelly

My Copy of the Book Year Published: 2017 Genre: Memoir; Humor Blurb: Living the French dream – vineyards, sunflowers, lavender fields, glasses of wine and platters of fromage. French ladies slender and chic, French men wearing berets and riding bicycles with baguettes clamped under their arms when they are not flirting outrageously, and all the while the sun shines down benevolently upon uniform rows of ripening vegetables. Dreams are strange and unpredictable, and sometime so is la vie en rose. A pick from some of the best bits of the popular travel author's blog diaries reveal the minutiae of expat day to day life in rural France. A must-read for Susie Kelly fans and anybody thinking of, or dreaming of, moving to France. About the Author: Susie Kelly was born in grey post-war London, and spent much of her childhood and young adulthood in the beautiful country of Kenya. She now lives in south-west France with a menagerie of assorted animals, and is pass

Review - Fairytale Revenge by J.L. Higgs

My Copy of the Book Year Published: 2017 Genre: Fantasy; Mystery Blurb: Moving on from Cinderella was always going to be hard for Sylvia Stark. A change of direction sends her to create a magazine for stepfamilies called Fairytale Stepmothers Unite. She interviews Little Red Riding Hood and her grandmother as well as Snow White and her wicked stepmother. As expected she finds things are not as they seem but a twist of fate brings a mysterious man into her life and sends her reeling. The Land of Make Believe threatens to suck her in unless she can make a firm stand and remember what is most important in life. Getting revenge on those who have hurt her is the icing on the cake. About the Author: I was born in Tampa, Florida but grew up in Outback NT Australia. During my 50+ years, I have been married and divorced, a single parent, a mother and a stepmother, in full-time employment and then unable to work due to chronic illness. What I have discovered is that no matte

My Week of Reading (13 - 18 August 2018)

Hello Everyone, Since I was sick for most of this past week - I only ended up doing one review. Gift of the Shaper by D.L. Jennings: Amazon:  Amazon Review - Gift of the Shaper Goodreads:  Goodreads Review - Gift of the Shaper Here is my review of the book:  Blog Review - Gift of the Shaper Monthly Reading Goals: Alright, I have managed to start this - and will most likely only be finishing one book this month. I'm attempting to squeeze a little bit more leisure reading in this month; and seeing how far I get with it. Last Word: Even though I've been sick this past week; and have been able to get a lot of rest in - I've somehow managed to get quite a bit of reading done as well - which is pretty awesome. At the moment, I'm currently reading 'Fairytale Revenge' by H.L. Higgs, and will be doing a review of this book this coming week. I'll most likely be doing at least two reviews this week; I might be able to do another one if I manage to fi