Month : September 2018

Author Interview with Val Collins

Girl Targeted author, Val Collins, was gracious enough to indulge me with an interview. Find out about her creepy office job encounter, Ireland “must sees”, and what we can expect next! I read you worked in an office for the majority of your career, but you never encountered a murder (thankfully) like Aoife did. What…

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Girl Targeted

Title: Girl Targeted Author: Val Collins Genre: Psychological Thriller Page-Turner Rating: I give this novel a 5/5 on the page-turner rating scale. Synopsis: Aoife has it all- the husband, the baby on the way, and the supportive mother in law. But when she takes a temp job in an office, much to her overly possessive…

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Gina in the Floating World

Title: Gina in the Floating World Author: Belle Brett Genre: fiction Page-turner rating: I give this novel a 4/5 on the page-turner rating scale. Synopsis: It is 1981, and Dorothy Falwell is a recent “straight A” graduate looking to start her internship in the international banking in Japan. As her internships flop, and she finds…

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Shattered

Title: Shattered Author: A.K. MacBride Genre: romance Page-turner Rating: I give this book a 4/5 on the page-turner rating scale. Synopsis: When Sarah Mercer and her unborn child’s life are threatened, she reinvents herself in the name of safety. Now, settled into the small town of Willow Creek as Harper, she finds herself acclimating herself and…

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Author Interview- K. Leah

I was so honored when K. Leah agreed to do an interview after reading and reviewing her first novel, Holding on to Someday. I appreciated it for it’s light, clean romantic qualities, with a twist of suspense on the side. To read my full review, check out the post in the “literature” section. I read on your…

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Interview with Jane Binns

I had the pleasure of interviewing Jane Binns, author of Broken Whole, a memoir. I found her book enlightening, empowering, and one that I would place in front of any woman regardless of age or relationship status because of her vulnerability and accurate depiction of what it means to be a woman. Our interview solidified…

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The Blue Witch

Title: The Blue Witch Author: Alane Adams Genre: young adult Page-Turner Rating: I give this novel a 5/5 on the page-turner rating scale. Synopsis: Being a kid who is a little bit different can be tough, but being a witchling who is different feels like a curse. For Abigail Tarkana, that is exactly how she…

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The Affair

Title: The Affair Author: Sheryl Browne Genre: Psychological Thriller Page-Turner Rating: I give this novel a 4/5 on the page-turner rating scale. Synopsis: Alicia isn’t who her husband thinks she is. But she isn’t who you think she is either- a regular, devoted wife and mother of two. She has secrets. She does everything in…

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Other People’s Houses

Title: Other People’s Houses Author: Abbi Waxman Genre: women’s fiction Page-Turner Rating: I give this novel a 5/5 on the page-turner rating scale. Synopsis: Life in suburbia isn’t always white picket fences, carpools, and afternoon tea. For Frances Bloom, it’s never white picket fences, it’s always carpool, and it’s afternoon tea with her fourteen year…

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Zora and Me: the Cursed Ground

Title: Zora and Me: the Cursed Ground Author: T.R. Simon Genre: middle grade/young adult Page-turner rating: I give this novel a 4/5 on the page-turner rating scale. Synopsis: What better way to pique the interest of a young reader than by cursing a character? In Zora and Me the Cursed Ground, that is exactly what happens….

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