The Space Between (Space #1) by Victoria H. Smith Average rating: 3.65 Released: March 2nd 2013 Formats: Paperback | Kindle Purchase: Amazon Description: When Drake started the night at his father’s campaign fundraiser, he never imagined he’d end it being conned into buying drugs on the West Side. Losing high-stakes poker has its consequences, but he’d repeatedly face them just to hear Lacey Douglas sing. Drake sees … Continue reading You Should Be Reading: ‘The Space Between’ by Victoria H. Smith
As flattering as it is to be compared to the likes of Anne Rice, Alma Katsu has her own unique stories to tell. With a hot debut under her belt and a very much anticipated follow-up on the way, the Alaska native certainly has the world of book lovers in a craze. Now, with my intro locked, let’s get down to business.
It’s always interesting how guests respond to our tradition ’10 quickies’, particularly writers, being that we’ve hardly the pleasure of having such individuals on EY. Well, what are you waiting for? Continue below to see Alma’s very ‘quick’ and interesting answers:
Believe it or not Alicia Singleton was doing something completely different before surrendering to her passion: writing. Now, the Philly native is busy thinking up ideas for her upcoming suspense novel, which includes a South Carolina swamp and a graveyard. Are you feeling the anticipation yet?
Read the interview below to learn more about the author behind the electrifying debut ‘Dark Side of Valor‘ and don’t hesitate to get yourself a copy of her book. I strongly recommend: Continue reading “[Exclusive] Alicia Singleton Unveils Her True ‘Side’”
It’s always a pleasure doing interviews with interesting people, and having them complete our traditional ’10 quickies’ is like icing on the cake. Alicia Singleton is our latest guest and like her predecessors leaves intriguing responses that can be found no where else.
There’s more to this talented author that meets the eye. A lot more. So, continue on to check out some quick but unraveling answers, and be sure to pick up a copy of her debut novel ‘Dark Side of Valor’ now: Continue reading “Alicia Takes ’10’”
When Jill’s distraught ex-stepdaughter Abby brings news of her ex-husband’s death, her world is thrust into turmoil. Was it an accident or murder? Is she willing to sacrifice her future for her past to uncover the answers?
Does the invisible thread exist regardless if you’re blood related or not? Well, in Lisa Scottoline’s latest book, family is certainly defined in a way one would not expect.
‘Come Home‘ is intense from start to finish; Scottoline’s immediate reveals were clearly a set up for the bigger eye openers, and you’ll absolutely feel awakened by the end. This book lived up greatly to the previous ‘Save Me’, and I’m positive we have another best seller on our hands. Continue reading “Book Review – ‘Come Home’ by Lisa Scottoline”
Stop with the comparisons already, ‘Hunger Games‘ is far from ‘Twilight‘ and even better. If you thought this was going to be another cheesy love struck teen flick about mythical species glistening in the sunlight then I suggest you read the book and watch the film to understand just what exactly is going on. ‘The Hunger Games‘ is a dystopian novel/film depicting the formation of various groups. Apparently, a youngest is chosen to represent his/her region and is sent to participate in the ‘Hunger Games’, a strategic and very much horrific survival of the fitness challenge where people will die. Continue reading “The Hunger Games: Hit or Miss?”
A girl with a terrifying choice. Her parents? dead. Her brother? sick. Her way out? Get paid to be somebody else. Who can she trust? No one.
Callie Woodland had to make a tough decision. She was just about fed up with living the life of an unclaimed minor and wanted much more for herself and her brother. Prime Destination was her final resort. The thought of allowing someone else take control of her body detest her, but what other choice did she have? It was either this, or remain living a life of uncertainty and fear until getting institutionalized.
What would you do to not only survive, but to give your only living relative a better chance at life? Lissa Price intrigues us with her new novel; depicting human reaction to desperation, while embarking on a scientific thrill ride that entertains and educates. Starters will certainly get your heart racing. Continue reading “Book Review – ‘Starters’ by Lissa Price”
Jessie Harrell released her debut novel “Destined” last November but many, including myself, are still very much infatuated with how intriguing and well written it is. It’s a wonderful introduction to the world of YA novels and a definite breath of fresh air from the usual vampires, werewolves, and demons. Jessie is a lover of Greek Mythology and this is the biggest inspiration behind her writing so I’m pretty much anticipating her future releases if she’s continuing on with this concept.
The author not only granted us an exclusive interview but also took on our ’10’ quick questions and provided some really interesting answers. Check it out below: Continue reading “’10’ Facts About Jessie”