Book Review – 12,000 Miles of Road Thoughts. Old Van, Old Man, Recovering Hippie, Dying Cat

I am not generally a huge fan of non-fiction books.  The most non-fiction I read is trying to learn more about my sewing machines, or learning more about true crime.  However, 12,000 Miles of Road Thoughts. Old Van, Old Man, Recovering Hippie, Dying Cat by Paul Willcott was something new to try. The first thing […]

Book Review – Beans of Anafi

Benjamin X. Wretlind reached out to me to ask if I would read and review his book Beans of Anafi.  In sending me this email, he included a tidbit of information that there was a God of Beans, and this book centered around that god.  Did I say yes to reading this book? Immediately I […]

Book Review – Judgement Call

It isn’t often I find a book where I am more interested in the culture being portrayed than I am in the characters and plot itself, yet here we are with Judgement Call by E.B. Roshan. While the plot of this book was intriguing, it wasn’t what captivated me.  The interesting and unique characters trying […]

Book Review – Red Hail

Red Hail is a sci-fi novel by Jamie Killen and What. The. Fuck. The author contacted me about this book to read and review it and initially I was hesitant for one main reason.  The book was pitched to me as a LGBTQ novel, and typically when books are pitched to me like this, I […]