Best Seller


Best SellerBest Seller by Susan May

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Another great book by Susan May! The end was a surprise I Didn’t see that coming. There are 2 narrators in this book and I came to care about both which surprised me. Emotions and how we control them are very important in this book much like they were in her previous book The Troubles Keeper. I think making William Barnes a writer was a good choice because writing for the most part still seems to be glamorized, the hard parts aren’t always brought up. I can’t wait for Susan’s next book.

 

I have permission from the author to post my review.

 

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Deadly messengers


Deadly MessengersDeadly Messengers by Susan May

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Thank you Susan for letting me read an advance copy! I LOVED this book because it pretty much starts in the middle of the action. It also is a page turner. It’s very shocking most of the time. For most of the book I had no idea what was going to happen. I like that a lot. Susan May should be famous. Everything about this book is solid. Her characters are amazing so fleshed out. I really came to care about them all. that’s a mark of a great writer in my opinion. the story goes places that a lot of these kinds of stories don’t go. I highly recommend this book to anyone. Especially those of you who like murder mystery or crime fiction in general.

Posted with permission from the author Susan May.

The Troubles Keeper


The Troubles KeeperThe Troubles Keeper by Susan May

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I love this book! You’ve done it again Susan! Rory is amazing all of your characters are. Please write a second book or more, I NEED to know what happens to them all! I wish more people were like Rory, Mariana and Daniel in this world. There are sadly not enough. I figured out who did it before the story ended but it’s ok because you put so many twists in that there was doubt. I really wish troubles keepers were real. At least they exist in your book so thank you for that.

Posted with permission from the author Susan May

Jane two


Jane TwoJane Two by Sean Patrick Flanery

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Read this book ASAP! It will shock you and make you cry. You won’t forget it and if you are like me you will not be able to put it down. When he was talking about Jane it was surreal because i loved someone that much once still do if i’m honest. the way he describes the atmosphere changing when jane was around floored me been there felt that. I got absorbed in this book. The main lesson
I think is if you love someone tell them now. Brilliant book Mr.Flanery thanks for sharing some of your soul with us.

posted with permission of the author Sean Patrick Flanery

I chose to die


I Chose to Die (Siren Suicides)I Chose to Die by Ksenia Anske

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I love this book because it doesn’t sugar coat life. Ailen Bright’s father is a chauvinist pig. He apparently drives his wife to suicide because she can’t deal with him anymore. He’s always asking Ailen what woman are made for and if she doesn’t answer to haul water he hits her partly because she answered wrong and partly to toughen her up. he sees woman as weak. he wants her to fight him back. he thinks most women are whores from a young age that only have one job to lure and deceit men. he takes great pride in his expensive house,car and even his Italian leather shoes. he couldn’t care less about his daughter. another of his favorite punishments is locking her in the bathroom where there’s marble statues of beautiful women called sirens. she’s in there enough that she starts telling them everything they are her only real family besides her best friend Hunter so she calls them her sisters. On the morning of her 16th birthday she decides to commit suicide. she figures its the only way she’ll get away from her father. something happens to her that makes her realize she hadn’t scratched the surface of her father’s evil. she learns that no one not even the sirens or herself are quite what/who they seemed to be.
Posted with permission from the book’s author Ksenia Anske.

Irkadura


IrkaduraIrkadura by Ksenia Anske

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Ksenia Anske doesn’t sugar coat anything. if you are looking for brutally honest fiction i highly recommend reading her books. Irina is mute and goes through horrible abuse but she still has an I’ll show you all strength about her. she finds something out that drives her to leave home so she starts working as a janitor at a theater company. she meets some shady people there but she also meets Pavlik who has worries of his own and they form quite a bond. The end is unexpected. I was stunned. Great writing it feels like you are right there as things are happening which is the mark of a good writer. I truly believe that Ksenia will be a very successful famous author one day.

Yes I asked Ksenia Anske’s  permission before blogging this Thank You Ksenia!

 

 

 

 

HAPPY 2018


Happy New Year! Hope everyone’s 2018 has been good so far. Sorry it’s been so long since I posted. Any resolutions?

 

     I want to write more especially here. If anyone has any suggestions feel free to let me know. It doesn’t have to be real life I can write you a fictional short story or something too. Just remember please don’t copy my work, writing online is a form of publishing as well. I don’t want to have to stop blogging because people can’t respect that. Thank you.

 

     I Look forward to hearing from you all soon.