Review: Wrecked: Guardians Series by Kelly Fox

Hard Target (Book 1) The spin-off series to Wrecked features many familiar background faces from the gym, with the bonus of realizing that they’re a bad-ass vigilante/mercenary group on the side of the light. I’m sure that this book could be read as a stand-alone, but I highly recommend reading the first three books inContinue reading “Review: Wrecked: Guardians Series by Kelly Fox”

Review: Wrecked Series by Kelly Fox

Sanctuary (Book 1) I’m a former military brat and current military spouse. I spent over a decade as a medical editor in rehabilitation, which included a focus on prosthetics. I hesitated over reading Sanctuary because I know I can be picky about books with either of those themes, much less combined. I’m so glad IContinue reading “Review: Wrecked Series by Kelly Fox”

Review: The Game Series by Cara Dee

Top Priority (Book 1) When I read the description, I immediately loved this book’s concept—talk about the endless possibility of conflict. Since it was short and I had some time to kill before an appointment, I figured it’d made a fun afternoon read. Instead, I fell head over heels in love with both Lucas andContinue reading “Review: The Game Series by Cara Dee”

In Your Write Mind 2018 Schedule

This weekend, I’ll be returning to Hogwarts Seton Hill University for the annual writers retreat hosted by the Writing Popular Fiction graduate program alumni, of which I am one. Mostly, we just wanted an excuse to come back to our favorite place in the world and meet up with our tribe. But because everyone shouldContinue reading “In Your Write Mind 2018 Schedule”

Review: Bizarre Tales From World War II by William B. Breuer

This is an easy-to-read collection of short snippets organized by time period before, during, and after World War II. I’d hesitate to call them bizarre tales, however. Curious coincidences and interesting anecdotes is probably more appropriate. I would not recommend this as a reference book for those writing about WWII. It is, though, probably aContinue reading “Review: Bizarre Tales From World War II by William B. Breuer”