Archive | February 2013

The great sci- fi hunt

I nominated Clive Johnson’s Lieyatel’s Embrace. ONLY if you want ” PLEASE” go second my nomination. Thank you BIG time in advance:) 🙂
Here’s a link for UShttp://www.guardian.co.uk/books/booksblog/2013/feb/22/sci-fi-hunt-independently-published
The great sci-fi hunt: help us find the best independently published books
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My review of Leiyatel’s Embrace

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by kimpitbull123 in Uncategorized Tags: , [Edit]

I gave this book 5 stars but I would have gave more. It’s meticulously written. I’ve never read a book like this one, I’ve read historical books about castles and kings, land barons and such, this book is more than that. The wit and beautiful way this author uses his words is poetry for the eyes. The title itself Leiyatel’s Embrace is beautiful.Read slowly to take it all in. The use of the superb map was brilliant. The map helped immensely to journey through this book. The characters are described in great detail. The author describes the land, castles, what the character clothing is like so you see this clearly in your mind. Names were even like poetry, Falmeard and Geran are just a few. People are losing land that has been in their families for generations for different reasons. Read this wonderful book and find out who, how and why. There’s lots of twist and turns as the author keeps your mind wondering through out the chapters. If you think you know the out come think again. This book has to be read by someone who loves slow reads, take your time and take it all in. You might need a dictionary as I found it useful. Thank you Clive for writing this lovely book. You can find it one Amazon. com. This book reminds me of the author. I can see Clive in the century this book was written in.

My review of Wrong Time Wrong Place by David Perlmutter

I’d give more stars if I could. I don’t usually read true stories, so glad I picked this one. The author says he’s not a writer, umm, have you read your book! Dave has a nice job selling real state with a nice car and apartment. He goes out one night and chooses the wrong thing, racing his car around in a parking lot after partying to much. The police caught him and his whole life turned upside down. He lost his job, car and apartment. He had to move back home with his parents. Dave went into a state of depression, he figured the only way was to leave home and go somewhere and take a little vacation. He choose Spain. At first everything was going fine, he stayed one night in a five star hotel and fond a job his first night there. He thought his life was taking a turn for the better. He got to know the people in the area and got along with most. Sleeping during the day and working and partying at night. Dave’s finds out that the police in other countries are way worse than what he went through at home. He chooses the same path time after time. If your 18 and older, learn from Dave’s mistakes please!

My review of Bunny On a Bike by Bev Spicer

Bev and Carol, her partner in crime are trying to find what they want out of life. Right out of college Bev talks Carol into going to London to interview for a croupier job at a playboy bunny like club. They are totally different in some ways, but compliment each other. They get to the interview and most are younger than them, but they get the job because of their math skills. They look for a place to live that they can afford, it’s not a nice place and far from work. The girls spend a lot of their monies just getting back and forth from work. They were having a hard time with their landlord, so they look for another place closer to work if possible. BevSpicers book is funny on every turn. Download yours now and find out what becomes of Bev and Carrol.

 

My review of Would by Rob Zimmerman

This is the third poetry book I’ve read from this author. Each time his words are soulful and real. He writes about his life, life in general. This is about long distance relationships. Watch for this author. If you haven’t read poetry, don’t hesitate to give Rob a try, he will change your mind because his work is real, so it resonates with most. Thank you for sharing Rob.

When Our Lights Flutter Off You Can Play Among The Shadows by Jason Wilkinson

This poetry book is about  a little of everything. Jason writes of love, society, people and the world as it is. He writes on paper and shows it, because that’s how he wrote it. His poetry defies normal, but it works. Some of my favs are, One Less Thread To Dull The Blade, Where unkempt Flowers Bloom, Whispers Of The Morning. Thank you for sharing your passion with us.

Fireworks On The 4th by C.R.Haitt

This book is the second in this series. McSwain&Beck (Sydney and Cody) are at it again. This time they have to save Jayden, their shy hockey friend, part of their trio. Jayden gets in deep when he accepts a job from someone he thinks is on the up and up. ( spoil alert if you didn’t read the first book), Sydney  meets her dad Jake and doesn’t know how to deal with it when she comes face to face with him. Cody and Sydney have feeling for each other, will they come together as more than friends in this book? Sydney realizes she’s in over her head on this case because ( spoil alert) Cody gets kidnapped from the firehouse, she has no choice but to call Jake for help. Will her father help? Does she form a relationship with him? Do they save Jayden before its to late? Will they save the town? Read this awesome conclusion to Gone At Zero Hundred 00:00, Firworks on the 4th..C.R HIATT is a wonder with action and adventure in this series.