Wilderness by B.E. Jones #Wilderness @bevjoneswriting @TheCrimeVault @damppebbles #damppebblesblogtours #BookReview #Gifted

So, I loved it. I thought Wilderness by B. E. Jones was a great read. It was a character driven, slow burn story with an unreliable narrator, it drew me in from page one. I finished the whole thing in just under two days. I read Wilderness in every spare moment I had, and it … Continue reading Wilderness by B.E. Jones #Wilderness @bevjoneswriting @TheCrimeVault @damppebbles #damppebblesblogtours #BookReview #Gifted

The Killer You Know by S. R. Masters #booktour #bookreview #gifted #RandomThingsTours @SRMastersAuthor @littlebrown @millieseaward

I really enjoyed The killer you know by S. R. Masters. It was good, it had me hooked right from the start and most importantly (for me) it kept me guessing. I changed my mind about the Who, What, Why, When and Where, regularly as I was reading. The mystery was a mystery. And I … Continue reading The Killer You Know by S. R. Masters #booktour #bookreview #gifted #RandomThingsTours @SRMastersAuthor @littlebrown @millieseaward

The silver moon storybook by Elaine Gunn – Illustrated by Megan MacPhie #Blogtour #providedforreview

I love the idea behind the collection of stories - 7 in total. A series of fairy tales about women who do not need to be rescued in the too often typical manner of a knight on a shining white horse. Pro-women fairy tales. The whole collection was good. And as an adult, I thought … Continue reading The silver moon storybook by Elaine Gunn – Illustrated by Megan MacPhie #Blogtour #providedforreview