Book Review: The Onyx Crown by Alan Hurst @AlanHurstJr #fantasy #Africa

An exciting tale of a crown being reclaimed! Genre: FantasyBookxpert Rating: 4.2/5 A huge thank you to the author, Alan Hurst for sending me a copy of his book in exchange for an honest review. The Goodreads reviews and the blurb had me pretty excited to read it. And boy- what a read it was.... Continue Reading →


Playing with Fire Boxset Cover Reveal @ToniCoxAuthor @Shalini_G26 #coverreveal #romance

My thanks to Shalini and Toni for having me participate in this cover reveal. PLAYING WITH FIRE BOXSET HAS GONE THROUGH THE EXTREME OF REBRANDING THEIR COVER. All 12 USA and international bestselling authors are proud to introduce to you our NEW Playing with Fire Boxset. DESCRIPTION: It doesn't matter who you think you are…falling... Continue Reading →

Cover Reveal: Haunted House Ghost @jamescudney4 @Shalini_G26 @NextChapterPB #NextChapterPub #mystery

My thanks to Shalini and James for having me participate in this cover reveal. Release Date: October 1st, 20195th in Braxton Campus Mysteries Pre-Sale Link: BOOK BLURB It’s Halloween, and excitement is brewing in Braxton to carve jack-o’-lanterns, go on haunted hayrides, and race through the spooky corn maze at the Fall Festival. Despite a... Continue Reading →

Are books still relevant today? #reading #books

The answer to that, of course, is a resounding YES!Personally, I have very few friends who read books for entertainment. The excitement I feel when I meet someone else who reads, the prospect of discussing books we've both read is unmatched. I think all readers feel the same way. 'Tis the age of internet and... Continue Reading →

Mayada: Daughter of Iraq by Jean Sasson @JeanSasson #Iraq #SaddamHussein

One Woman's Survival in Saddam Hussein's Torture Jail Genre: MemoirBookxpert Rating: 3.5/5 Buy 'Mayada'(paperback)Buy 'Mayada'(kindle)Goodreads THE REVIEW People arrested, thrown into over-crowded jails and tortured. For no fault of theirs. This is the world that Mayada discovered when she had to spend a few months in one of Iraq's most feared jails- Baladiyat. Mayada-al-Askari belonged... Continue Reading →

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