2020 Reading Challenge

2020 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 6 books toward her goal of 240 books.
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Book Review: Madam Tulip and the Serpent’s Tree by David Ahern

This is a fun cozy series that I’ve enjoyed since the first book. By now, it feels like Old Home Week to dive back into Derry’s world – Bruce never fails to amaze and astound with his mad Ex-Navy SEAL skills, Jacko offers a marvelous madcap trip through the looking glass, Vanessa’s take – no – prisoners ice queen ruthlessness delights with its deviousness, and Madam Tulip’s genteel facade of implacable grace provides a much – needed counter to the inanity that always seems to surround Derry… It’s a fantastic blend of characters and they are definitely what drives my interest in this series.
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Guest Book Review: Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng

Today I’m pleased to bring you a guest book review of Celeste Ng’s Everything I Never Told You. The guest reviewer is with Reedsy, a fantastic source for book information – and a fantastic place to dip your toes into book reviewing if you’re interested! A link to Reedsy is provided in Ms Cordova’s bio sketch at the end. Enjoy!

Guest Book Review: Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng
by Savannah Cordova, Reedsy

Is it just me, or is Celeste Ng everywhere these days? I suppose when you have over a hundred thousand followers on Twitter and Reese Witherspoon options your most recent novel for a miniseries, you become somewhat culturally ubiquitous. Continue reading Guest Book Review: Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng

Guest Post: Tin Foil Hat Wearer – Or Do You Just Love Conspiracy Thrillers? by C.R. Berry

Today I’m beyond thrilled to offer you a glimpse into the mind of the exceptionally talented C.R. Berry, whose conspiracy theory/time travel/sci-fi techno thriller Million Eyes series I introduced you to last year through Million Eyes: Extra Time and earlier this week through the first in the trilogy, Million Eyes. He’s a marvelous writer – obviously – and the chance to peek inside his head is exactly as delightful as you’d imagine given the way I’ve raved about the books… Enjoy – and then make sure you jump into the world of Million Eyes!

Tin foil hat wearer? Or do you just love conspiracy thrillers?
by C.R. Berry

If you knew what I enjoy writing, watching and reading, you’d be forgiven for thinking that I never leave the house without my tin foil hat.

I write articles about Flat Earth, global surveillance, the 9/11 Truth movement and Paul McCartney and Avril Lavigne having died and been replaced with lookalikes. I prefer movies, TV series and books that have a cabal of baddies doing nefarious things in secret instead of a singular bad guy. And I’ve just released a conspiracy thriller, Million Eyes, about an evil conglomerate that uses computers and smartphones as a smokescreen for time travel. Continue reading Guest Post: Tin Foil Hat Wearer – Or Do You Just Love Conspiracy Thrillers? by C.R. Berry

Book Review: Million Eyes by C.R. Berry

Last year, I raved and raved about this exciting new time travel world that was first presented to me via Million Eyes: Extra Time, a collection of short stories. Anyone who knows me knows I’m normally NOT a fan of shorts – but this collection wowed me from the opening salvo and my interest in the forthcoming books in the trilogy was more than peaked as a result. Well, the first book is now available and I’m pleased to report that it was a delight to read and offered a marvelous set-up to events to come. Continue reading Book Review: Million Eyes by C.R. Berry

Excerpt: No Truth Left To Tell by Michael McAuliffe

Today I’m pleased to introduce you to a new debut legal thriller from former federal civil rights prosecutor Michael McAuliffe.

About the Book
It is 1994 in Lynwood, Louisiana, and flaming crosses light up the night and terrorize the southern town. The resurgent Klan wants a new race war, and the Klansmen will start it here. ​For Nettie Wynn, a victim of the cross burnings and lifelong resident of the town’s segregated neighborhood, the hate crimes summon frightful memories of her youth, when she witnessed white townspeople lynch a black man. Continue reading Excerpt: No Truth Left To Tell by Michael McAuliffe

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