Crusade Across Worlds by CG Coppola

It’s another awesome entry in the Arizal series! As the book description says, Fallon finishes her training and joins the usual crew – including the super hot Reid – on an adventure that sees them moving seamlessly from world to world. Fallon has grown as a character, not just personal growth, but physical growth as […]

The World Behind the World – Elizabeth Foshee

This book starts with a bang and keeps going. The World Behind the World opens with a blood bath as Dani stands by helplessly watching her neighbors being butchered by a maniac. She tries to help, but when it seems death is upon her she uses her power to disappear.   Literally.   Dani has […]

Penelope and the Christmas Spirit by Ron D. Voigts

This short story is actually a bit of a prequel to the first Penelope book (Penelope and the Birthday Curse), and a fun one at that. Penelope’s eccentric family decides to celebrate Christmas with their own unique twists. No store bough Christmas tree or decorations for them! But, even as Penelope is enjoying her first […]

Extreme Skiing and Psychedelic Mushrooms by Jason Matthews

When four friends decide to tackle an extreme ski slope while high on psychedelic mushrooms things have the potential to get really crazy. At one point I thought I had the ending figured out, but I was surprised when the author chose a different path. What could have been a tragedy was instead uplifting, and […]

The Medallion Chronicles: Small Beginnings by C.A. Jarest

This was a Kindle freebie. I haven’t read the accompanying series, but after reading this short I am going to add them to my TBR list. The intro explains that this short story covers the events of book one, from the point of view of a dragon eggling whose mother has come to “speak” with […]

Blood Fugue by E.J. Wesley

Blood Fugue introduces readers to Jenny, a young woman who, after the deaths of her parents and grandparents, believes she is alone in the world. Then, she gets an email from her supposedly dead grandfather. She’s smart enough to know that there’s no net service to the cemetery which means one of two things, either […]