Review: The Haunting of Timber Manor

Title: The Haunting of Timber Manor Author: F.E. Feeley Jr. Review: The Haunting of Timber Manor delivers a solid study in contrasts. It’s dangerous, yet tender. The author goes to some very dark places, yet dangles a sliver of hope before us. Daniel, the main character, uncovers a family history that …

Review: Quinn’s Gambit

Title: Quinn’s Gambit (Aura 1) Author: Bellora Quinn & Angel Martinez Review: I love magic in the modern world. Once I realized the authors had used magic to conjure rifts between two worlds, and then dropped fantasy beings INTO our world, I did a very, very happy dance. Have you ever wondered …

Review: Monolith

Title: Monolith Author: Albert Nothlit Review: I love that the author is delivering more LGBTQ heroes to Science Fiction!  In this tale, Mark is a surgeon fighting the effects of carpal tunnel. He’s no longer operating. In fact, he’s sliding deeper into depression as he withdraws from the world. His loveable, meddling mother …

Review: Submerging Inferno (Men of Myth 1)

Title: Submerging Inferno (Men of Myth Book 1) Author: Brandon Witt Review: On the surface you may think the first Men of Myth book, Submerging Inferno, is another “I don’t know my origin” story. You can certainly read it for that if you want. But I encourage you to read it as …

Review: Lexington Black

Title: Lexington Black Author: Savannah Smythe Review: Lexington Black by Savannah Smythe delivers craftily-hidden insight into the way power plays out in men’s lives. Having just been made redundant (laid off), Robin is powerless in his marriage. He’s powerless to stop the divorce. And when you meet his family, it’s obvious neither …