Category Archives: Book Reviews

What’s next for #shapeshifter romances? Some thoughts…#Shifter #PNR

  My 1,500th blog post!!!! Okay, enough cheering. Author Celeste Jones and I were talking recently about shapeshifter romances and trends. Shifter romances started with wolves, then big cats like panthers and leopards came along, and now bears are the … Continue reading

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9 tips for writing book reviews fast! #BookReviews #BookBlog

Writing a review doesn’t have to be time consuming, and a review doesn’t have to be an epic tome to be effective (in fact, shorter reviews are probably more likely to be read). Sure, some bloggers and reviewers write comprehensive … Continue reading

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Book Review: Venture into the wild with Lisa Medley’s Shifted in Seattle – 5 stars

Ethan Lane has a BIG secret. He’s hiding his identity as a best-selling author. And he’s also a Sasquatch shifter. Yeah, he’s  a “Bigfoot,” the big hairy dude who always takes very grainy, indistinct photos. He’s been able to hide … Continue reading

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An author’s POV: 8 ways to improve your book review blog

I have empathy for book reviewers. Once word gets out that they review books, they’re inundated with authors pushing their books. (Hint to readers who want free books – become a book blogger. If you review it, they will come…). … Continue reading

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“Innovative,” “Unique” “Refreshing” — take a journey into the paranormal, a new kind of #PNR read

Shifters are great, and so are vamps, but if you’re bold enough to try a paranormal with a different twist, something unique, reviewers agree, Destiny’s Chance offers something exciting and different. Praise from readers for Destiny’s Chance [FromGoodreads]: “WOW! Absolutely  … Continue reading

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Art imitating life: my moment of fame!

I’m used to seeing my name on the cover of my books. I’m just not used to seeing it INSIDE someone’s else novel. Waiting at the optometrist’s office, I was reading The Seduction of Kinley Foster by Lisa Wells. It’s … Continue reading

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Captured by the Cyborg a Night Owl Reviews TOP PICK #NOR, #SFR

“The steamy scenes, sexual tension, and the chemistry between Dale and Illumina was hot. The story was well-written and characters’ dialogues immerse the reader in a good escape read….The story had everything you could possibly want.” ~ Night Owl Reviews … Continue reading

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“Humorous,” “Engaging,” “Thrilling”…reviews for Captured by the Cyborg #SFR

Captured by the Cyborg is already on Amazon’s top 100 list for science fiction romance and the  best-selling new release list. It  only came out on Tuesday, but already a good number of reviews have been posted: “Perfect mix of danger, … Continue reading

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‘Sinfully satisfying 5 shooting stars’ – Reviews of MATED WITH THE CYBORG #SFR

Mated with the Cyborg gets a SINFULLY SATISFYING FIVE SHOOTING STARS! I wanted to give this a TEN because it ROCKED! -Amazon reviewer I’m not even a big Sci-Fi fan, but I’m already looking forward to the next chapter in … Continue reading

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Review: ‘5 galaxy-sized stars for the perfect Science Fiction Romance!’ MATED WITH THE CYBORG

Squee! Meredith “Merry” Gurr, a reviewer who is well-known in the Sci-fi romance community, gave Mated with the Cyborg an awesome five-star review. “Just like the first book in the series, this story once again delivers with edge-of-the-seat action and excitement … Continue reading

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