Review: Born to Magic by David Wind

Review: Born to Magic by David Wind

I was blown away by Born to Magic. I couldn’t put it down until I’d read the very last word. The first volume in the “Tales of Navaeh” series builds a magical post-apocalyptic future where the final battle between good and evil will determine the fate of the world. This could be a tired theme […]

Review: Obsession in Death by J.D. Robb

Obsession in Death by J.D. Robb

The latest “In Death” novel pits hard-boiled Lt. Eve Dallas against an obsessed fan intent on destroying everything Eve loves. The 40th title in the popular series, Obsession in Death, offers a solid, streamlined mystery that will please fans. However, the lack of interplay with secondary characters fans love is disappointing. In this case, an […]

True Colors review and surprise interview with the author Krysten Lindsay Hager

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  MOVE OVER BABYSITTER’S CLUB AND SWEET VALLEY HIGH THERE IS A SET OF NEW TEENS IN TOWN!!!! True Colors by Krysten Lindsay Hager Origins: I received this book from a face book giveaway party. It was my first time attending one. I had no clue how to do the giveaways. However, after having the […]

Review: Momma Don’t Worry by Louie Lawrent

Momma Don't Worry by Louie Lawrent

A six-year old boy thinks he’s too old to hold his Mommy’s hand in this charming children’s ebook from author Louie Lawent. In Momma Don’t Worry, a young boy thinks he is too big to hold his mother’s hand while shopping. Then, he gets lost – and discovers that it isn’t so bad staying close […]

Book Tour: Q&A with author Dr. Neil Spector

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Imagine being misdiagnosed and suffering for years. That’s what happened to Dr. Neil Spector. In his book, Gone in a Heartbeat, Spector discusses how other doctors misdiagnosed his symptoms as stress-induced, and how he continued to search for the right answers. Today, Spector discusses his experiences at Book Foodies. Q&A with Dr. Neil Spector As […]

Review: A Ghostly Undertaking by Tonya Kappes

Review: A Ghostly Undertaking

What’s a Southern girl to do when a the ghost of a murdered woman won’t stop haunting you? Find the killer, of course! And hope no one thinks you’re crazy for talking to the unseen undead. The debut of Tonya Kappes’s new “Ghostly Southern Mystery” series is quirky, funny, mysterious – and definitely Southern. After […]

Review: Blockbuster by Lisa von Biela

Review of Blockbuster by Lisa von Biela

Drug companies create deadly viruses that mutate into even deadlier ones in Blockbuster by Lisa von Biela. The book follows scientists at two competing drug companies willing to do anything to stay on top. One company has made a fortune by creating viruses – and cures. The company releases the viruses to the masses, then […]