“On their way back to Earth from the newly discovered world of Kainus Ge, the Surveyor rescues the personnel of a malfunctioning science station. Young medical assistant Andi quickly befriends the newcomers, particularly the charming captain, but things get complicated when the scientists offer the impossible–a way to improve the barren planet and the lives … More Book Review: Machiavellian
No review today, because I’m at the polls with my sister and some friends from church working as an elections clerk. I hope to be back on here tomorrow with one though. 😉 And in the meantime, go check out Review November on Homeschooled Authors!
Just popping in to let you know that the amazing Sarah Holman and I are hosting Review November at the Homeschooled Authors blog. 😉 We’ll be posting our reviews of books by homeschooled authors. Believe it or not, we’ve found enough to post one every day; and those are only the books we’ve read this year! … More Review November, Coming Soon!
Do you see all the book covers crammed onto that graphic? For the remaining six weeks of summer, they are on sale for 99 cents each as part of Homeschooled Authors’ Read-to-Win event! Buy one of these books and review it on Goodreads this summer to get entered it the giveaway for an Amazon giftcard! … More Favorite Books from Read-to-Win 2016
I have a LOT on my plate right now. My own writing, my Bible, four how-to books (one is being read-aloud), six fiction books, and some Longfellow poems to try. (Fortunately, most are from the library, and they are generous with renewals.) My baby computer on top represents ten beta-reading projects, two blogs, Goodreads, the Rabbit Room … More What’s on My Plate?
“When the Lady Dragon does come,Hold fast, do not fear, do not run.Your Water Princess will fight,Fire Prince will set all to right.Each shall come from a Fall,Their union will save you all. Despite the fact that she’s on track for competing in the Olympics, and he’s practically raised his younger brothers since they lost … More Book Review: Water Princess, Fire Prince
“Welcome to the world of a universal cure. Gordon Harding didn’t ask for the life he has. He didn’t ask to be orphaned. He didn’t ask to go through life with cancer. And he certainly didn’t ask to be pulled into a future world without warning–a world where every human being is controlled by means … More Book Review: Implant