#KindleFree Aggravated Momentum #nextchapterpub DOWNLOAD NOW

I know that as writers we’re not supposed to have favorites, but this one holds a special place in my heart. It was the third book that I wrote, but it was the one that gave me the confidence to really pursue writing as a career. It was shortly after releasing Aggravated Momentum that I…

#Review #5stars Later, by Stephen King #keepersofking

My Review 5 stars: At the beginning of last year I barged into a Steven King monthly reading group (Thanks again for the invite and for letting me in BTW ladies, you know who you are!). Every month is a new book. Some I’ve skipped out on, some I’ve cringed at, and a few I’ve…

#Review If You See Her, by Ania Ahlborn – 3 stars

MY REVIEW 3 stars: Before you get too off-put by my rating, just know that Ania Ahlborn is right up there in my top few favorite horror authors. I absolutely love her writing style and her one of a kind stories. She has more talent in her pinky finger than many writers can even dream…

For the Love of #Audible

What a beautiful thing it is to be able to listen to a book, all the while running around like a chicken with your head cut off trying to accomplish the day’s tasks. I’ll have to admit I wasn’t a big fan of audio books until about a year ago… or less. I even subscribed…

#Review The Dead Zone, by Stephen King 3.5 Stars #keepersofking

MY REIVEW 3.5 Stars: I really built myself up for this book. In King’s memoir On Writing, he mentions The Dead Zone quite a bit. So, between that, and the fact that James Franco is the audible narrator, I really had my head and heart set on this being, like, the best King book of…

#review Gallows Hill, by Charles F. French @French_C1955

MY REVIEW 4 stars: Gallows Hill is the second installment in a paranormal investigative series. The first book, Maledicus set the stage for a small group of men who set out to uncover and solve paranormal mysteries. They get themselves into quite the evil circumstance and it’s insanely scary, talk about a nail biter!  This…

#review #5stars Cujo, by Stephen King

MY REVIEW: There’s an obvious reason that Cujo is a classic, and it isn’t just because Stephen King is popular in general. I’ve been reading more of his work than ever before, and so far this is my favorite that I’ve read this year. It set a pretty awesome tone for Halloween month, and I’ll…