The Not So Perfect Guy

Is anyone else as excited about this dark, sexy and thrilling upcoming release? Not only is there the beautiful and talented Sanaa Lathan and the very scrumptious Morris Chestnut in “The Perfect Man“, but Michael Ealy continue’s his psycho persona by starring as Sanaa’s stalker. The film comes out in September and I’m definitely checking it out. The casting is moviephenomenal and the plot is … Continue reading The Not So Perfect Guy

Ten Books to Read in April

Here are my highly recommended reads for this month. You can click on the book covers for more info as well as links to purchase them. 10. “Marrow” by Tarryn Fisher New Adult Suspense Atria/Simon & Schuster 09. “One Night” by Eric Jerome Dickey Adult Romance Dutton Books 08. “The Truth About Us” by Janet Gurtler Young Adult Realistic Fiction Sourcebooks Fire   07. “Chasing Bristol” … Continue reading Ten Books to Read in April

Blog Tour Stop: Effectuation by Carlyn Greenwald

Welcome to EY mag’s stop on Carlyn Greenwald‘s Effectuation Blog Tour, hosted by Shane @ Itching for Books. Check out the promo post below, along with a thrilling excerpt and giveaway: Release date: October 16th 2013 Self-Published Purchase: Amazon Synopsis via Goodreads: On an earth where the spirit world and human world not only comingle but know each other’s deepest secrets, Ewan Trace is an ordinary college senior … Continue reading Blog Tour Stop: Effectuation by Carlyn Greenwald

Book Blurb: Kill Switch by Neal Baer & Jonathan Greene

Released: September 25th 2012 Publisher: Kensington Purchase: Amazon | B&N  Summary: A heart-pounding glimpse into the world of forensic psychiatry, “Kill Switch” marks the powerful fiction debut of Neal Baer and Jonathan Greene–former executive producers of television’s acclaimed “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.” Filled with breakneck suspense, vivid characters, and riveting detail, it is a mindbending thriller you’ll never forget. Meet Claire Waters, a … Continue reading Book Blurb: Kill Switch by Neal Baer & Jonathan Greene

Book Review – ‘Hemlock’ by Kathleen Peacock

Hemlock could be the perfect town, aside from the fact that its swarmed with werewolves. Many of its residents suffer from Lupine Syndrome-also known as the werewolf virus-and are either thrust away to rehabilitation camps, or hiding the fact that they’re infected. No biggie, except the infected living in secret could also suffer from the uncontrollable urge to kill. 

Mackenzie and Amy were inseparable until Amy was brutally killed by a werewolf.  Now, Mac is determined to find her best friend’s killer and put an end to her horrifying dreams, but what she doesn’t know is that the killer is closer to her than she thinks. 

Kathleen Peacock delivers a suspenseful, mysterious, and romantic urban fantasy that will leave you blindsided.

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Like most, I was deeply attracted to the alluring cover art of ‘Hemlock.’ The synopsis didn’t seem so bad either and I went into this book with high expectations. When I say high, I mean I was expecting bloody hunts, unstoppable action, and heated romances. What I got was Continue reading “Book Review – ‘Hemlock’ by Kathleen Peacock”

[Exclusive] Alicia Singleton Unveils Her True ‘Side’

 

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’”

Alicia Takes ’10’

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’”

Book Review – ‘Come Home’ by Lisa Scottoline

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”

Book Review – ‘Perception’ by Kim Harrington

Perception (Clarity, #2)Clare Fern is now popular in high school and around town. Her previous activities involving aiding the police with her ‘gift’ has piqued the interest of many, including former enemies Kendall and Brooke. The in-crowd seems to be warming up to her but is it for who she is or what she can do? While Clare continues to question their motives, one person remains the same and she’s neither flattered nor impressed by this suddenly famous psychic.

Kim Harrington is a creative writer. Her words flow precisely well. Perception is a stretch from your usual paranormal, but a little mystery will satisfy your taste just the same.

The follow-up, while still enjoyable, left me with mixed feelings. It’s not that I didn’t like it, its just that the ‘Perception‘ wasn’t always clear, and the story was a bit drawn out and somewhat lacked the element of spontaneity. Continue reading “Book Review – ‘Perception’ by Kim Harrington”