2019 Reading Challenge

2019 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 0 books toward her goal of 200 books.

Guest Post: Create a Web Page by Hank Quense

Today I’m pleased to bring you author and author-helper Hank Quense’s thoughts on the importance of a web presence for authors – especially new authors. Hank has shared his words of wisdom on getting children writing and encouraging children’s storytelling in the past, and I’m delighted to be able to add his insights on internet […]

Book Review: A Predator and a Psychopath by Jay Kerk

As others have pointed out, this is not a book for the timid. The opening segment, in which we find Jason righteously indignant in a mental institution, was my favorite bit of the book. I thoroughly enjoyed the way his tale was unfolding – or seemed to be. Then things got weird, and from there […]

Book Review: All the Better Part of Me by Molly Ringle

This was SO not what I was expecting after the Goblins of Bellwater… I don’t know why I expected magic again, or the lyric prose of GoB. I read the blurb, I knew what this one was about – and it was decidedly NOT the same type of story. Still, I loved the writing in […]

Book Review Blurb: The Extinction Agenda by Michael Laurence

Don’t let this short review fool you – I LOVED this one. This was an extraordinary book, full of everything that makes a thriller fun for me – conspiracy, bioterrorism, shadow governments, one guy who figures it all out then assembles a team of good bad guys to help him resolve it… It reminded me […]

Book Review: Pet by Akwaeke Emezi

What an incredible story this was! I am on a binge of Nigerian-authored stories lately; there seems to be a lyricism to the storytelling style that permeates even though the individual authors’ writings are very different.

This is a marvelous story. I’ve seen some reviews comment on the audience, the simplicity, and the messaging. […]




Please note that all content appearing on Jill-Elizabeth.com is copyright protected. As such, no text may be reproduced or distributed, in whole or in part, in any medium without express written or electronic consent from the author. To obtain such consent, please submit your name, the text you would like to reproduce and/or distribute, and the medium in which you would like to reproduce and/or distribute it to JillElizabeth@jill-elizabeth.com. You will be contacted within seventy-two hours regarding your request.