The Evil I have Seen

“Evil doesn’t always look evil.”
– An excerpt from The Evil I have Seen by Robert Davidson

Curmudgeon Avenue by Samantha Henthorn

Curmudgeon Avenue – The Terraced House Diaries by Samantha Henthorn is a hilarious take on the preposterous lives of Edna and Edith. After an elephant crushed Mr. and Mrs. Payne to death, Edna and Edith moved back to their parents’ house. The lives of these sixty-something years old sisters hadn’t quite turned out as well as they had expected. As a result, re-locating to Number One Curmudgeon Avenue was in the best interest of both of them. With their limited resources, they needed money to fix the roof of the house.

Screamcatcher: Web World #BookReview

Screamcatcher: Web World by Christy J. Breedlove takes the readers into a world devoid of colors and packed with dangerous creatures. The story begins with Jory, the protagonist, struggling with the horrid nightmares that would not let her sleep. Ever since she lost her parents in a car accident, she hadn’t gotten a decent sleep….

Why She Lied by Julie Coons

When your life is full of twists and drama, you do not need to write fiction. Julie Coons’ life fits perfectly in this category. As if her previous memoir wasn’t heartbreaking enough, this one left that part of her life appearing like a walk in the park. Working in a hospital, Julie had seen enough…

My Promise by Noah Bolinder #BookReview

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. At first glance, My Promise by Noah Bolinder appears to be another romantic fiction; however, that presumption changes very quickly. Fiona Grace Kelly lived in Philadelphia, fell in love with a boy there, and found herself happy in every possible way. But when her boyfriend dumped her out of…