Halfway Bitten by Terry Maggert

Check out the tour page for more reviews, interviews, and more.  Narrator: Erin Spencer Publisher: Terry Maggert (2016) Length: 7 hours 19 minutes Series: Book 2 Halfway Witchy Author's Page Note: This book works fine as a stand alone though I think you would enjoy some of the characters more if you read Book 1, Halfway Dead first. … Continue reading Halfway Bitten by Terry Maggert

Wizard’s Nocturne by Gary Jonas

Narrator: Joe Hempel Publisher: Denton & White (2016) Length: 5 hours 15 minutes Series: Book 6 Jonathan Shade Author's Page Note: This is Book 6 in the series and I recommend reading at least the previous 2 books as there are major things that happened in those books that both explain and affect characters's decisions in this book. This … Continue reading Wizard’s Nocturne by Gary Jonas

Interview: Mitchell Charles, Author of The Kingdom of Oceana

Everyone, please give a warm welcome to author Mitchell Charles. I really enjoyed his book, The Kingdom of Oceana and am very excited to have the opportunity to interview him. If you could, what book or movie or TV series would you like to experience for the first time all over again and why? Chinatown is … Continue reading Interview: Mitchell Charles, Author of The Kingdom of Oceana

The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill

Narrator: Christina Moore Publisher: Recorded Books (2016) Length: 9 hours 37 minutes Author's Page In this beautifully magical book, the witch Xan adopts a sacrificial baby from the Protectorate into her heart, having accidentally fed her the moonlight. As baby Luna grows, so does her magic yet she is unable to control it. Soon she unknowingly becomes a … Continue reading The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill

Prudence by Gail Carriger

Narrator: Moira Quirk Publisher: Hachette Audio (2015) Length: 12 hours 40 minutes Series: Book 1 Custard Protocol Author's Page The metanatural Rue and her friends are on a mission for Queen and Country! And tea, of course. Prudence Alessandra Macon Akeldama (Rue) has been gifted an airship, which she charmingly names the Spotted Custard. She's also been given a … Continue reading Prudence by Gail Carriger

Naamah’s Kiss Part VII

Here we are at the end of Naamah's Kiss, Book 1 of Moirin's trilogy! This week, Lynn at Lynn's Book Blog is our host. We're covering Chapters 75-END, so be prepared for spoilers below! 1. Moirin has come a long way since we first met her. How do you think her adventures have changed her if at all - … Continue reading Naamah’s Kiss Part VII

Vintage SciFi Month 2017

Once again, my yearly foray into vintage science fiction will be lean. I do so love this yearly reading activity but I'm rather scattered this month with our planned trip to California for my big surgery. Once again, I will be giving this beautiful book, The Second Earth, by Patrick Woodroffe a try. It is … Continue reading Vintage SciFi Month 2017

Audiobook & Signed Book Giveaway + Interview: Brandon Bosse, Author of the Phillip Aisling Adventures

Everyone, please give a warm welcome to author Brandon Bosse. Don't miss the GIVEAWAY at the end of this post - signed paper copies and Audible.com/.UK copies of The Dreams of Phillip Aisling and the Numinous Nagwaagan.  What’s next for Phillip Aisling? Well that could be answered a few different ways. First, and what I’m … Continue reading Audiobook & Signed Book Giveaway + Interview: Brandon Bosse, Author of the Phillip Aisling Adventures

Audiobook Giveaway & Review: The Plague and I by Betty MacDonald

Scroll to the bottom for the giveaways! Narrator: Heather Henderson Publisher: Post Hypnotic Press Inc. (2016) Length: 8 hours 48 minutes Author's Page Betty MacDonald's humorous accounts of life continue! This time, she takes us through the year she spent in a tuberculosis sanitorium in Washington in 1938. She pokes fun at everyone, including herself. This was such … Continue reading Audiobook Giveaway & Review: The Plague and I by Betty MacDonald

So, What’s Up With That Face Leash?

Today marks my one year anniversary of being on 24/7 supplemental oxygen. It's been a frustrating, humbling, and boring year. At home, I have an oxygen concentrator (about the size of a large suitcase) with a 50+ foot tube that connects to the cannula on my face. When I'm out, I have a 2.5 ft … Continue reading So, What’s Up With That Face Leash?