The Litter by Kevin R. Doyle| book blast

…He’s also written three crime thrillers, The Group, When You Have to Go There, and And the Devil Walks Away, and one horror novel, The Litter. In the last few years, he’s begun working on the Sam Quinton private eye series, published by Camel Press. The first Quinton book, Squatter’s Rights, was nominated for the 2021 Shamus award for Best First PI Novel. The second book, Heel Turn, was released in March of…

Can’t-Wait Wednesday: Two books I can’t wait to read and one I’m finishing up. 2022-4-20

…little brother, Isaiah. But as much as Alex tries, he often comes up short. It’s hard to for him to be present when every time he touches an object or person, Alex sees into its future. When he touches a scoop, he has a vision of him using it to scoop ice cream. When he touches his car, he sees it years from now, totaled and underwater. When he touches Talia, he sees them at the precipice of breaking up, and that terrifies him. Alex feels these visions are a curse, distracting him, making him anxious and unable to live an ordinary life…

Grey Dawn of Dharaven Bk.1: Katz Island by Katherine E. Soto| Spotlight and Giveaway

…I enjoy reading fantasy novels, so I’m intrigued by the premise. I want to know more about the Earth Dragon Clan. Grey Dawn of Dharaven sounds interesting and the fact it is book one of a series has my hopes up…

More books on The Mirabal Sisters

…: From Caterpillars To Butterflies by Raynelda A. Calderon. I found myself down a rabbit hole looking for information on the sisters and came out with a few gems of information on the subject, as well as questions and other topics to look into, like the Parsley Massacre…

THE MIRABAL SISTERS: FROM CATERPILLARS TO BUTTERFLIES by Raynelda A. Calderon

…remembering the story of the Mirabal sisters every 25th of November means much more than narrating the story of how this specific date came to be chosen. It is about re-claiming the real lesson of the life and death of the three Dominican sisters…

Beyond Her Calling by Kellyn Roth| Book review, giveaway, author interview

…or one—we get really upset, then we’re mostly okay with it afterwards. We’re both no-nonsense with children, as well, though not without leaving room for creativity (as long as it’s within reason). I wish I were Aunt Daphne, but I’m afraid I never quite shall be…