John is a successful author, but unfortunately, after many years of alcoholism, he is dying. However, he has one last horrifying tale to tell. The Promises We Make in December is a gritty coming-of-age story in which John recounts the … Continue reading Book Review for “The Promises We Make in December” by T.W. Grim
Michael Wright is consumed with guilt over his finances. He cannot afford to support his family. His home equity line is tapped. His credit cards are maxed. His car is falling apart. Most importantly, his daughter has a terminal illness … Continue reading Book Review for “Pay Up and Die” by Chuck Buda
After getting hooking on Joe Abercrombie’s Shattered Seas trilogy and reading through The Blade Itself, Before They Are Hanged, the second book of the First Law trilogy continues to cement Abercrombie as one of my new favorite authors. As with … Continue reading Book Review for Before They Are Hanged by Joe Abercrombie
Captain Tom Collins and Phil McLeod were transporting a deadly weaponized disease across Illinois when a freak tornado devastates the town of Godfrey and topples over their van. The accident unleashes the pathogen into the air and immediately infects those … Continue reading Book Review for Brian Keene’s, White Fire
In the distant future, a scientist obsessed with the Volcryn, an ancient and mysterious alien race, charters the Nightflyer to embark on a scientific expedition among the stars. Royd Eris, the Nightflyers mysterious and reclusive captain, spies on his passengers … Continue reading Book Review for George R.R. Martin’s, Nightflyers.
After getting hooked on Joe Abercrombie’s Shattered Seas trilogy, I figured it was time to go into the rest of his bibliography and start at the debut novel, The Blade Itself, the first book of the First Law trilogy. Abercrombie’s … Continue reading Book Review for Joe Abercrombie’s, The Blade Itself, the First Book of the First Law Trilogy
Kristin Wong takes the complication out of personal finance and breaks it down into understandable and easily digestible bits. “Get Money” is aimed at a younger audience, most likely between the ages of 18 to 30 years old, but if … Continue reading Book Review for Kristin Wong’s, Get Money: Live the Life You Want, Not Just the Life You Can Afford