#Review #4stars The Dark Half, by Stephen King #keepersofking

MY REVIEW 4 stars: Thad is a writer with a very unique story to tell about his odd and evil connection with the character who fills the bill of his pen name George Stark. Thad had written several best selling thrillers under the name of George Stark. The books were nasty, deadly sort of books…

#Review #5stars Taint (The Snap trilogy book 2), by Tara Dawn

MY REVIEW: Taint is the second book in the Snap trilogy. I absolutely loved loved loved book one, Snap, and I was chomping at the bit to dive into book two. The pace of Taint is a bit slower at first, but necessarily so as the main character Hazel has some very serious healing to…

As an Indi author I find myself getting carried away reading other Indi works. I used to be really good about rotating in classics, favorite authors and big name/best sellers. Any more, though, I’ve slacked off at my usual rotation. Aside from a King book every once in a while as a part of a…

FREE THRILLER ALERT! The Note, by Kim Knight @kimknightauthor

What a bookish week this is for some of my favorite writers!! This week Kim Knight, my co-author of The Suspenseful Collection and Blurred Lines, a two (soon to be three) piece short story set, has released another hot addition to her unsolved mystery crime books!! The Red Light Girls looks and sounds absolutely fantastic!…

#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 #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…