Review: Soldiers of Earthrise Book 2- Earthlings

Disclaimer: The first half of this book was read in EARC form so some things may be different from the final release available.  My review of Book 1 Not sure if it’s true, but Book 2 felt much longer than the first one.  Since this is Book 2 of a series, there will be spoilers […]

Soldiers of Earthrise 2 Early Review Incoming

Soldiers of Earthrise 2: Earthlings by indie sensation Daniel Arenson is going to drop Monday December 16, 2019. Daniel was nice enough to send me an EARC of the book for me to review on here. I’m hoping to post it before the release date, but I’m leaving that up to Daniel’s discretion.  My review […]

Review: The Four Before Me

Review: A Higher Call

  When I was a kid in Sunday school, I remembered one class where our teacher talked about one of the most remarkable Bible verses: Matthew 5:44. “…love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.” -Jesus Christ That really stuck with me, even when I went through phases of not liking religion. It’s […]

Review: Soldiers of Earthrise Book 1- The Earthling

Disclaimer: This review is based on the advanced reader copy. Before I get down to the review proper, let me give you a little primer on the author, Daniel Arenson. He’s an extremely prolific self-published author. I’ve had a few short conversations with him on Twitter and he seems like he’d be the cool nerd […]

Eternal Shadow Advanced Copy

Another unscheduled blog today.  My advanced copy of Eternal Shadow just arrived in the mail today. It came with the signed copy of the novel, personalized letter, bookmark, and Khulu nameplate. Thank you so much for the chance to beta read your story and the advanced copy/swag. The letter means a lot to me. My […]

Let the Right One In Book Review

Warning: This review may contain minor spoilers that I personally already knew before reading the book but didn’t affect my enjoyment of the story. Let the Right One In (also published as Let Me In) is an horror story in the 80s about twelve year old Oskar who befriends Eli, a new girl in his […]

Spoiler-Free Review: Eternal Shadow

Trevor Williams and I have been Twitter associates for roughly the last year and a half. We beta-read each other’s manuscripts and I was in for a helluva treat when I got his. Eternal Shadow will be releasing in about two months and I’ve got a nice sneek peek for you.  It’s the edge-of-your-seat story […]

Review: Dead Six

I was a bit nervous about getting into a story Correia shared with another author, but it was totally unwarranted. Correia and Kupari’s writing styles are similar enough that the book feels like it’s from one author, but different enough that each POV feels like a completely different person. From what I’ve heard (and correct […]

Review: Farmers & Mercenaries

NOTE: This review is NOT for the Kindle version, but for the epub/pdf version Drake has available for back of room sales during his seminars.  On the technical side: the e-book came in a very nice DVD case that contained the awesome cover art and back of book blurb on the back so even though […]