Readers' Favorite

June 9, 2018

4 Mysteries to Bring Out Your Inner Detective

by MK French

Mysteries can be fun reads as the reader tries to solve the crime before the characters in the story. Here are 4 mysteries to satisfy your inner detective.

June 8, 2018

3 New Books to Put on Your Summer Reading List

by Susan Roberts

girl outside

June is here and summer officially arrives this month.  The days get longer and there's more time to do things outside.  To me, longer days means more time to read!  There are plenty of new June books to talk about so this is part 1 of June reviews.

June 7, 2018

Sixth Prime by Dan O'Brien ~ A Review

by MK French

On Nyan, the artist Ale Euclid's death sparks off an investigation that ultimately spans the galaxy. The investigator works for the Sluga Mining Trust, a corporation built on the interests of the seven worlds making up the solar system that was ruled by a military without ties to either the Sovereignty or Commonwealth. Unwittingly, he stumbles upon a conspiracy, people known as Primes, and That Which Came Before.

June 6, 2018

2 Heartfelt Stories of Family Drama

by Susan Roberts

Drama Genre Definition – What’s the best definition for the drama fiction genre? The drama genre is strongly based in a character, or characters, that are in conflict at a crucial moment in their lives. Most dramas revolve around families and often have tragic or painful resolutions. Drama depends a lot on realistic characters dealing with emotional themes.

June 5, 2018

The Feather Thief by Kirk Wallace Johnson ~ Review

by Donna Huber
Excerpt from The Feather Thief
First Chapter, First Paragraph

When I received a copy of The Feather Thief, which I had won through a Goodreads giveaway, and saw it was true crime story, I wondered why I had wanted it. I don't typically care for true crime, upon a closer look I realized it had to do with a theft of birds from a natural history museum instead of some grisly murder spree. The scientist in me was intrigued. I love the cover, too!

June 4, 2018

Supergirl: Being Super by Mariko Tamaki and Joelle Jones ~ A Graphic Novel Review #MondayBlogs

by MK French

This volume collects issues one through four of the Being Super comic arc. It outlines Kara Danvers as a teenager in Midvale, trying to fit in and be ordinary. There is a series of events in her hometown that calls this into question so that she has the choice to remain anonymous or to rise to the occasion and be super.

June 3, 2018

#BookBlogExpo Wrap-up

by Donna Huber

The inaugural Book Blog Expo has ended. It was attended by a small but loyal group of bloggers. I hope everyone had fun and maybe got to know someone new.