survival

Get into Bed with Aria Kane (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Aria Kane (Author Interview)by Keira

Keira: In a zombie apocalypse, what three items do you grab and what’s the first thing you do after grabbing them? Aria Kane: 1 – Water filter. In an apocalypse, even a zombie one, lack of potable water is going to kill more city folk than just about anything else. I have one designed for […]

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My Writing Process

My Writing Processby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Kristin Miller, author of Gone with the Wolf First, I have to say thank you for having me on your lovely blog today! I get asked a lot what my writing process is like and where I write, so I thought I’d take some time to break that down. As for my […]

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Review: Waking Up Immortal (Universal Security, Book 1) by Rachel Carrington

Review: Waking Up Immortal (Universal Security, Book 1) by Rachel Carringtonby Keira

Hero: Kier is part-man-part-machine and is the head warden for the most dangerous prison in the galaxy. One particular inmate is a huge problem and despite all efforts to isolate the man and contain his powers, the inmate keeps progressing forward a master scheme to get revenge and gain his freedom. So when the inmate’s […]

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Review: Mockingjay (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 3) by Suzanne Collins

Review: Mockingjay (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 3) by Suzanne Collinsby Keira

Brief Overview: 13 Districts rebelled against the Capitol. 1 was supposedly destroyed while 12 suffered under a harsh treaty for 75 years. Now we’re back at the beginning and once more 13 Districts are rebelling. This time is different though, because this time the rebels have a cause and a face of the revolution: Katniss […]

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Review: Catching Fire (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 2) by Suzanne Collins

Review: Catching Fire (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 2) by Suzanne Collinsby Keira

Brief Overview: Against all odds, Katniss and Peeta survived the Hunger Games and became the first ever dual victory. A little hope is a good thing, but too much leads to disaster. President Snow is not happy and he lets Katniss know it. But Katniss has already put her foot in it and alienated Peeta, […]

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Review: The Hunger Games (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 1) by Suzanne Collins

Review: The Hunger Games (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 1) by Suzanne Collinsby Keira

Brief Overview: Roman  Gladiators + Lord of the Flies = The Hunger Games. Panem is a dystopian society that runs on suppression,  fear, and death matches. 13 Districts rebelled against the Capitol; the 13th was destroyed; the other 12 aggressively oppressed and subdued and forced to pay tribute each year for their rebellion. The tribute required […]

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Review: Hot Zone by Catherine Mann

Review: Hot Zone by Catherine Mannby Susan S.

Reviewed by Susan S. Book Two: Elite Force Series Summary: Amelia Bailey is a county prosecutor from Alabama. She’s in the Bahamas helping her brother (Aiden) with the legalities of an international adoption. With her assistance, Aiden and Lisabeth are now the proud new parents of a baby boy. And she’ll be the doting aunt. […]

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Review: Deep Disclosure by Dee Davis

Review: Deep Disclosure by Dee Davisby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds We meet our heroine, Alexis after she survives a family tragedy. She is a teenager at the time doing what all teenagers do – being rebellious. The hero of this story is named Tucker. He has something in common with Alexis and that is a tragic background. What’s good about this […]

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