Monthly Archives: June 2017

Book Review: The Haunting of Winchester Mansion

I’m at the point in my book reading career (if only!) that all I have to do to find something to read is pickup my Kindle and make a random choice out of the library I have amassed there. Sounds like a good “problem” to have, eh? Sometimes it is a real gamble. I’m on several mailing lists for free Kindle books, as well as several author mailing lists. It can be very difficult to decide what to read.

In May, I chose to reading a cliche named series. One of those “the haunting of…” titles that seem so popular in the paranormal genre. I didn’t know what to expect. It took me a few chapters to even decide if I liked what I was reading. Might have gone differently if I had actually started with the first book in the series. Continue reading

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Curse of Lanval by Rebekah Dodson

Mirrors (Curse of Lanval Book 1) by [Dodson, Rebekah]

4.5 Stars for story, 3.5 for editing

As you may know, I have been meeting a lot of indie and small publishing house authors this year. Thanks to my friend Sarah Buhrman, the Author Goddess herself, I have been introduced to many talented storytellers. One of those authors is Rebekah Dodson. She’s got a way with telling a story that grabs you without being too intense. Rebekah’s had several novellas and novels published over the last couple of years. She’s rather prolific. Her Curse of Lanval series is an example of current works. She’s put out three novellas so far in that series and the final chapter is due out later this year. Continue reading

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Filed under Historical Fiction, Paranormal Romance