Review: 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank: A Torrid Tale of Child Crime by Matthew Rosenberg. Illustrated by Tyler Boss

Synopsis: 4 KIDS WALK INTO A BANK is the darkly comedic story of four burgeoning child criminals and their elaborate plans.When a group of bumbling criminals show up in her father's life looking to pull one last job, young Paige has two choices -- let her father get caught up in their criminal hijinks or … Continue reading Review: 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank: A Torrid Tale of Child Crime by Matthew Rosenberg. Illustrated by Tyler Boss

Review: Etiquette Rules! by Nancy R. Mitchell

Synopsis: “The world was my oyster, but I used the wrong fork.” —Oscar Wilde Although surely alluding to something besides good table manners, Oscar’s classic metaphor does contain a grain of truth underlying the pros and cons of proper etiquette. Like it or not, manners and etiquette are the hallmarks of a well-rounded person and, … Continue reading Review: Etiquette Rules! by Nancy R. Mitchell

Review: You Only Get One Shot by Kevin J. Kennedy and J.C. Michael

Synopsis: What would you do if someone demanded you write the best story of your life, to be judged online? That your life depended on it. Four well-known authors receive an email telling them they are responsible for a suicide. Their antagonist makes it clear she is out for revenge and they have no option … Continue reading Review: You Only Get One Shot by Kevin J. Kennedy and J.C. Michael

The World of Lore: Vol 1 Monstrous Creatures by Aaron Mahnke

Synopsis: A fascinating, beautifully illustrated guide to the monsters that are part of our collective psyche, from the host of the hit podcast Lore They live in shadows - deep in the forest, late in the night, in the dark recesses of our mind. They're spoken of in stories and superstitions, relics of an unenlightened … Continue reading The World of Lore: Vol 1 Monstrous Creatures by Aaron Mahnke

Review: Midnight Crossroad by Charlaine Harris (Midnight, Texas book1)

Synopsis: Welcome to Midnight, Texas, a town with many boarded-up windows and few full-time inhabitants, located at the crossing of Witch Light Road and Davy Road. It's a pretty standard dried-up western town. There's a pawnshop (where someone lives in the basement and runs the store during the night). There's a diner (although those folk … Continue reading Review: Midnight Crossroad by Charlaine Harris (Midnight, Texas book1)