2020 Reading Challenge

2020 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 6 books toward her goal of 240 books.

Book Review: Into the Fire by Gregg Hurwitz


X wants out. And he’s trying, so hard, to get there… Unfortunately, his latest Nowhere Man case keeps unfolding like an onion from hell, and as he races against his own body and clocks that keep resetting, the options in front of him keep shrinking. Of course, he’s Orphan X, so you know […]

Guest Post: Bullets and Books: Looking Back on MAD Librarian Three Years Later by Michael Guillebeau

So in late 2017, I introduced you to the magic world of the MAD and its madcap cast of MAD Librarians (a group of women who go to exceptional lengths to keep their local library not only open but exapanding) all of whom were developed by the marvelous Michael Guillebeau who has donated half of […]

Book Review: Into Bones Like Oil by Kaaron Warren

This one was…odd. Mostly in a good way, although also in a confusing one. Warren has crafted an atmospheric tale that feels a little like Shirley Jackson (a high compliment coming from me) crossed with Kurt Vonnegut (not-so high, as I tend to feel lost in a disorienting way when reading him) by way of […]

Book Review: The Legacy of Ra by M. Sasinowski

What a marvelous find this series was – and while I’m sorry to see it end, I’m delighted at the way all the moving pieces have come together into a fabulously coherent tale that I have thoroughly enjoyed! If you are a follower, you will have noted that I’ve already raved about books one and […]

Excerpt and Introduction: The Tissue Trail Conspiracy by Garth Gunston

Today I’m pleased to introduce you to author Garth Gunston and his new novel, The Tissue Trail Conspiracy. The story describes the harrowing journey of a group of backpackers sentenced to death after unknowingly carrying heroin into Singapore.

Here’s the full summary: The life of Edward Thurston, medical researcher and amateur photographer, is […]




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