This weekend, I was poking around a thrift shop (as I’m wont to do) and picked up a handful of cheap paperbacks. They were all books I have read before, but since they are so good and so cheap, I decided to reread and then pass them on to some deserving friends. One of them … More Great quote!
I just ready a five-star review of Guardian Noon over at Bitten by Books. Here’s an excerpt: Whereas Guardian Dawn was a hurried meet and greet in the midst of non-stop action, Guardian Noon progresses at a more leisurely pace, and I have to say, I enjoyed it more. Like the calm before the storm, … More Great New Review for Guardian Noon
Title: Storm Born Author: Richelle Mead Publisher: Kensington – Zebra Webpage: http://www.richellemead.com/ I found this mass-market paperback on the freebie table at BaltiCon and at first glance, it appeared to be just one more of the current crop of urban fantasies. I was very pleasantly surprised. The blurb starts simply: “Eugenie Markham is a powerful … More Review: Storm Born
A Review of The Reluctant Dom by Tymber Dalton Powerful. That is the very first word that came to mind after finishing Tymber Dalton’s novel in one sitting. Several important items caught my attention as I was reading it. The first is that she got it right. This is decidedly not the Story of O … More Impressed, I am!
One of my all-time favorite authors is John Ringo. The other day, I tripped over a paperback release of the latest novel in his Paladin of Shadows (Ghost) series. The first book in that series is Ghost and I highly recommend it. In A Deeper Blue, the ex-SEAL is once more called to help defend … More A Deeper Blue Review
The Reluctant Dom by Tymber Dalton My review rating: 5 of 5 stars I had a chance to read an early release and loved this novel. This is an awesome piece and the only book in recent memory that brought tears to my eyes. I will have a longer review here as soon as it … More I’ve Joined Good Reads
I’ve read several good books recently and thought I would share my feelings on them. “The Silver Ship and the Sea” by Brenda Cooper and Published by TOR Books, Inc. This is a very good YA coming-of-age piece that deals with bigotry and acceptance with an exciting and very well written adventure tale. The main … More Holiday Book Reviews
They’re having a holiday sale over at Once Upon a Bookstore. Among the great reads they are offering at a whopping 20% off are some of my tales: Guardian Dawn Good and evil battle on common ground. Time for Clocks and Demons Once for knowledge, twice for surprise, thrice for pleasure. New Ickford Manor Go … More Holiday Sale!
Another good review was just posted for the first book in the Common Ground series, Guardian Dawn. “Mr. Stevens’ writing style is easy on the mind and the eye and holds the readers attention from beginning to end.” – Lucille P Robinson You can read the full review at The Alternative Read review site. The … More Guardian Dawn Review
My very first published work is a trilogy of short erotica called “Time for Clocks and Demons” and it just got a wonderful review from Krystal over at Manic Readers. “Each story was sexy in its own right. They are all stories of bondage and some S&M. All wildly creative and with stories so different … More Another Great Review!