Hello again to another episode of Brain Food! In this one, I review Hillary Monohan’s awesome book from the Gods and Monsters series, Snake Eyes!
To see more of Hillary’s work, you can find here at these places on the Internet:
Hello everyone and welcome once more to another episode of Brain Food!
Sorry about the wait, but I’ve been out of it due to back therapy and playing lots and lots of Mass Effect 3. At any rate, I hope you enjoy the video!
Hello everyone and welcome to another exciting episode of Brain Food, where today I discuss Hayat Ali’s exciting vampire novel, The Alpha Promise.
It’s a great story and a great book worth reading that you can purchase on Kindle and Amazon. After FIRE, this was a refreshing breath of air that is fresh and cool!
On today’s episode I discuss the first novel of RJ Scott’s trilogy, Fire.
It is, without a doubt, one of the worst bits of fiction I’ve ever seen, and my review will explain why.
Seriously, I could think of a dozen ways that this could have been improved, and I doubt that any of those ways were taken in the second and third volumes of the series, which I will not be collecting.
Total skip, people. Total… skip.
Hello one and all, I am here to present to you the fifth installment of my book review series.
Today, I will be looking at Cherie Priest’s Urban fantasy vampire novel, Bloodshot.
To find out more about the authour as well as her other works of fiction, you can visit her website here.
I’m not sure what’s going to be coming up next, as I have lots of other books to look through, but it’s going to be great, I can assure you. There is a wealth of fiction out there that seems to go under the wire and not receive the attention they’re due, and in my own small way, I hope I’m directing some towards those books.