Monthly Updates: February’19
And finally, I’m doing the monthly Updates post after a long, long time. I loved doing these posts before and I’m really excited to do it now. To be honest, these update posts help me in knowing exactly where I stand in terms of my writing and helps me plan ahead serving as the much-needed motivation.…
Book Review: Sister Sister by Sue Fortin
Author: Sue Fortin Release Date: 6th January 2017 Series: – Genre: Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Mystery Edition: Ebook Pages: 364 Publisher: Harper Impulse Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: From the bestselling author of The Girl Who Lied Alice: Beautiful, kind, manipulative, liar. Clare: Intelligent, loyal, paranoid, jealous. Clare thinks Alice is a manipulative liar who is trying to steal her life. Alice…
Featured Reviewer At NetGalley (NetGalley Blogger Spotlight: The Reading Bud)
I’m the featured reviewer at NetGalley for my book blog, The Reading Bud, for their monthly series, Blogger Spotlight, for Mystery & Thriller edition.
Reading ‘ascm’ files on MacBook
I wouldn’t have come across this horrific file type had I not been a NetGalley addict. I requested a dozen Graphic Novels and when I was approved, I found out that their format was “.ascm” which doesn’t open in Kindle and most of the e-readers. I did ferocious Google searches every time I had free time…
Graphic Novel Review: Copperhead #2
Author: Jay Faerber Illustrator: Scott Godlewski and Ron Riley Release Date: 1st April, 2015 Series: Copperhead Genre: Science-Fiction | Western | Mystery | Suspense | Action | Comics Edition: ascm file Pages: 77 Publisher: Diamond Book Distributors (Image Comics) Source: NetGalley Preceded By: Copperhead #1 (A New Sheriff In Town) Followed By: Copperhead #3
Graphic Novel Review: Copperhead: A New Sheriff In Town (Vol. #1)
Author: Jay Faerber Illustrator: Scott Godlewski and Ron Riley Release Date: 11th March, 2015 Series: Copperhead Genre: Science-Fiction | Western | Mystery | Suspense | Action | Comics Edition: ascm file Pages: 128 Publisher: Image Comics Source: NetGalley
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