Tag: mystery

2016 In Review

Hello, my friends! Although there has been a lot of complaining during 2016, and yes, we lost some truly talented and iconic celebrities, but I wanted to take a brief moment and re-cap the wonderful year I have had. The success is because of my friends, my family, my readers, and to all those who […]

Book Review: PANACEA, F. Paul Wilson

PANACEA F. Paul Wilson June 27, 2016 It was around 1995 when I snatched THE TOMB off a rack at the end of a check-out lane in a local grocery store. I devoured F. Paul Wilson’s first Repairman Jack novel, and remember thinking, “This guys is awesome.” It is sad to admit, I never followed […]

Book Review: White Tombs

Recently, I reviewed the fifth book in Christopher Valen’s John Santana saga, Death’s Way. White Tombs is the first title in the series. (I now have all of the five books, and as I read them I will post reviews as well). When Julio Perez in found murdered, Minnesota detective John Santana has a few […]

I Am One of the Infected

When I started writing, the goal was to write YA. The reason behind it stemmed from my reading of, The Outsiders, by S.E. Hinton. That was the first book I ever read. I was fourteen at the time. I wanted to write about teen angst and stuff Hinton covered in her novels. After that, I […]

Book Review: One of Us

I recently won through Goodreads, a copy of One of Us, by best selling author Tawni O’Dell. I am one who judges books by the cover. Shallow, I know. It was why I entered to win a copy in the first place. I read the synopsis and thought, this might be interesting. Might, being the […]