Review – The Rising Storm by Ceri A. Low

My review Every expedition of any kinds requires sacrifices and sometimes they are one too many. But survival calls for it everytime... This is the experience of Alice who has seen the world getting destroyed by the Storms till Paradigm Industry rescues her and trains her to build their own community of survivors for the … Continue reading Review – The Rising Storm by Ceri A. Low

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Review – Survival Sandstorm by Mehul Jangir

At the age of 14, author Mehul Jangir has written this book. I am reviewing the book not on the basis of his age but on his writing. My review The story went thus 1 Soviet pilot, 2 Soviet soldiers, and 3 German hostages in a small plane traveling across Sahara to reach the British … Continue reading Review – Survival Sandstorm by Mehul Jangir

Cover Reveal – In Servitude by Heleen Kist @hkist

Digital Reads Blog Tours is the exclusive in presenting the first glimpse of the book cover. I am so excited for Author Heleen Kist. She is a brilliant writer and a loving soul with a brain which is both intelligent and analytical. I am often awed when I speak to her at the amount of … Continue reading Cover Reveal – In Servitude by Heleen Kist @hkist

A Holiday to Remember by Susanne O’Leary

My review A continuation of the road trip taken by the girls Maddie and Leanne, this had boats and sailing in it. You got to read the previous book to know and love the characters and Bridget. The author Susanne O'Leary has continued the travel from Ireland to Italy, to driving the red Mercedes convertible … Continue reading A Holiday to Remember by Susanne O’Leary

Book Review – Black Widow by Jennifer Estep

August is my fantasy month My review Is it possible for a book to become better than the previous? - Absolutely Jennifer Estep has done it again, given me a story which is exciting, thrilling, and fighting fine with elemental magic. This time Gin a.k.a Spider goes against MMM, Madeline Monroe, probably the strongest Elemental … Continue reading Book Review – Black Widow by Jennifer Estep

Blog Tour – October 22 – 26 #scifi #thriller

Another blog tour but with limited seats ONLY 12 BLOGGERS NEEDED (4 FILLED, SO 8 REMAINING) Digital Reads Blog Tours presents G M Sherwin's Immortalis An Epic Science Fiction/Horror tale set far out into the Galaxy. A story of ancient war, arcane secrets, tragic romance, and a Dark, Evil Force whose Rage is the Flame … Continue reading Blog Tour – October 22 – 26 #scifi #thriller

Blog Tour – October 1 – 6 #childlit

I am so excited!! Robbie is back!! He Is back!! And I am absolutely jumping with joy!! Another awesome book written by author Robbie Yates. I have read the book, I endorse it completely. This is one book I am buying for my niece. It is going on our shelf. IT IS THAT FABULOUS!! Can … Continue reading Blog Tour – October 1 – 6 #childlit

Review – Tied to Deceit by Neena H Brar #digitalreadsblogtours

Digital Reads Blog Tours presents My review The book was a fun read, it took me 2 days to finish it as it was a buddy read with Rekha. You can find both our reviews here and here It also was a mother-daughter bonding read when mom showed a curiosity in the cover. Hence a … Continue reading Review – Tied to Deceit by Neena H Brar #digitalreadsblogtours

The Secret by K. L. Slater

My review I have always loved Kim Slater's book; her books are twisty, mysterious, and loads of fun. Trying to play detective while reading such books has become my favorite past time. A good side-effect of reading thrillers!! This book too has its moments of secrets coming out as anger, like lava from the volcano. … Continue reading The Secret by K. L. Slater

Review – Tied to Deceit by Neena H Brar

This was a buddy read with my friend Rekha, an intellectual and analytical blogger with her reviews. We decided we would read 10 chapters everyday and discuss it out. Do check out her views too as we read the book piecemeal. The Analysis First 10 chapters The book started with a murder mystery, a whodunit … Continue reading Review – Tied to Deceit by Neena H Brar

The Ex-Wife by Jess Ryder

My review 3 POV, 2 timeliness, and a merging of the two at the right time makes this fast paced book a thrilling read. The story would seem convoluted a seemingly happy couple, an extramarital affair, unexpected pregnancy, divorce, remarriage, going back to ex, kidnapping the child, planning a new family, the ex wife and … Continue reading The Ex-Wife by Jess Ryder

Review – Midnight Snacks are Murder by Libby Klein

My review I never thought an author can get better with her next book, but Libby Klein did. This book is cutely enchanting This book too has Poppy in the forefront, but this time it is Aunt Ginny who is accused of murder, that too hitting a youngish man on the head with a baseball … Continue reading Review – Midnight Snacks are Murder by Libby Klein

Blog Tour – Interview with Author Neena H Brar

Hey guys, I am starting the blog tour with this well spoken interview with Neena H Brar, author of Died to Deceit Digital Reads Blog Tours presents Neena H Brar • Neena, welcome to my blog. Tell me something about yourself. Thanks for having me. I was born and brought up in a small town … Continue reading Blog Tour – Interview with Author Neena H Brar

Book Review – Class Reunions are Murder by Libby Klein

To me cozy = being enveloped by the softest, most gentle blanket of love. There is nobody in this blogging world who gives me this kind of feeling other than Nina. She is one of the sweetest person, most accepting, someone I would say is the coziest friend I have. So Nina, all my cozy … Continue reading Book Review – Class Reunions are Murder by Libby Klein

The Road Trip by Susanne O’Leary

My review This was a light fluffy read. Maddy was tired of the routine tedium of housework and her husband's obsession with golf. Leanne had a dominating over-possessive mother. When both win 200,000£, they decide to go on a road trip exploring Europe. Both the women had a motive: one to find a lost love, … Continue reading The Road Trip by Susanne O’Leary