Catch-Up Quickies 22

First a quick explanation! Due to some severe health issues over the last few years, and a lingering chronic condition, my planned review schedule went right out of the window and I have been scrabbling ever since to get it back on track. In my latest attempt to try to regain some lost ground, I … Continue reading Catch-Up Quickies 22

Promo Post: Jazalyn, the Authoress-Poetess

Popping in today to shine a spotlight on authoress-poetess Jazalyn and her trio of poetry-story novels. vViIrRuUsS: I Never Forget Three robotic viruses are released from unknown forces and compete with each other exposing crimes, with humanity’s scale of existence oscillating between total destruction and reinventing recovery. A REVELATION of the THOUGHTS. An AWAKENING for … Continue reading Promo Post: Jazalyn, the Authoress-Poetess

Promo Post: In Ora: The Land of the Superior – Sotto Voce

Just dropping by today to let you know about the genetic engineering dystopian sci-fi novel, In Ora: The Land of the Superior, by Sotto Voce. Check out the details below! Blurb: With a breakthrough in biomedical, the key to eradicating disease was found. It didn't take long before the development was moved to other areas of improvement, … Continue reading Promo Post: In Ora: The Land of the Superior – Sotto Voce

Deep Down There – Oli Jacobs

*I received a free copy of this book, with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb: In the gated community of Anton Court, everything is normal enough. The five families living there get on, and the assigned caretaker makes sure that nothing is out of sorts. All … Continue reading Deep Down There – Oli Jacobs

Too Good To Be Tru – Michael J. Booton

*I edited this novel and received a free ARC of the final book, with no obligation to review at all.  This review is unbiased and represents my own personal opinions.* Blurb: Set in today's confusing pandemic world, Trudy Toogood seeks a better life in London, but tragedy leads her to take a strange path, one that … Continue reading Too Good To Be Tru – Michael J. Booton

Memory Full: U-DAY – Rapha Ram

*I received a free ARC of this book, with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb: Would you trust your developing years to a mysterious organization expecting a successful life in return? In the midst of the 2040s, Livvy Blunt, a girl with an unquiet mind, lives … Continue reading Memory Full: U-DAY – Rapha Ram

Spotlight: James Litherland, author at Outpost Stories

Today I am bringing you a peak into the back catalogue and new releases of prolific author James Litherland. James has three series available at the moment - one complete trilogy and two ongoing sagas. So, let's have a look at them! Miraibanashi - 3 novels of espionage and revolution in a dystopian future Japan … Continue reading Spotlight: James Litherland, author at Outpost Stories

Q&A with Phil Williams – Given to Darkness

I have a review coming up for this book, but was lucky enough to get the opportunity to put a few questions to author Phil Williams about writing, reading and his stories. But first, here’s the book: Blurb: Ikiri demands blood. Whose will it be? A malevolent force stirs from the heart of the Congo. … Continue reading Q&A with Phil Williams – Given to Darkness

Catch-Up Quickies 5

First a quick explanation! Due to some severe health issues over the last few years, and a lingering chronic condition, my planned review schedule went right out of the window and I have been scrabbling ever since to get it back on track. In my latest attempt to try to regain some lost ground, I … Continue reading Catch-Up Quickies 5

Kept From Cages – Phil Williams

*I received a free copy of this book with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb: No one returns from Ikiri. Reece’s gang of criminal jazz musicians have taken shelter in the wrong house. There’s a girl with red eyes bound to a chair. The locals call … Continue reading Kept From Cages – Phil Williams