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?

Naamah’s Kiss Part VI

The read along continues with Naamah's Kiss, Book 1 of Moirin's trilogy! Everyone is welcome to join in. Here is the SCHEDULE for the read along. This week, Allie at Tethyan Books is our host. We're covering Chapters 61-74, so be prepared for spoilers below! 1) We've finally met Snow Tiger! What do you make of her and her … Continue reading Naamah’s Kiss Part VI

Zero-G by William Shatner and Jeff Rovin

Narrator: William Shatner Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio (2016) Length: 10 hours 59 minutes Series: Book 1 The Samuel Lord Series Shatner's Page  Rovin's Page In the near future, the US has the space station Empyrean under the control of Director Samuel Lord and has now decided to send up FBI personnel to govern this station. These FBI men … Continue reading Zero-G by William Shatner and Jeff Rovin

The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix

Narrator: Saskia Maarleveld Publisher: Deborah A. Cooke (2014) Length: 12 hours 56 minutes Series: Book 1 The Jewels of Kinfairlie Author's Page Set on the east coast of Scotland, in 1421, Madeline is 23 and her betrothed James was killed on the English assault at Rougemont. Her brother Alexander is laird of Kinfairlie and as such, has the power … Continue reading The Beauty Bride by Claire Delacroix

Deadlock by Sara Paretsky

Narrator: Susan Ericksen Publisher: Brilliance Audio (2012) Length: 10 hours 28 mins Series: Book 2 V. I. Warshawski Author's Page Note: Even though this is Book 2 in the series, it works just fine as a stand alone novel. Set in the 1990s in Chicago, Vick Warshawski is a private detective. The story opens with a funeral for … Continue reading Deadlock by Sara Paretsky

Indemnity Only by Sara Paretsky

Narrator: Susan Ericksen Publisher: Brilliance Audio (2011) Length: 8 hours 43 mins Series: Book 1 V. I. Warshawski Author's Page Vick Warshawski is a Chicago cop's daughter and an independent private detective. A man calling himself John Thayer hires her to find his son's missing girlfriend, Anita Hill. Vick starts with the basics, such as checking the boyfriend … Continue reading Indemnity Only by Sara Paretsky

The Blue Ice by Hammond Innes

Narrator: Jerry Farden Publisher: Recorded Books (1989) Length: 9 hours 30 mins Author's Page This book was originally published in 1948 with the story being set in the 1950s. So, today, it reads a bit like historical fiction with plenty of action and a little romance thread woven in. George Farnell, a mineralogist, disappeared 10 years ago. Now … Continue reading The Blue Ice by Hammond Innes

Tippi: A Memoir by Tippi Hedren

Publisher: William Morrow (2016) Length: 288 pages Author's Page Tippi Hedren is known to most as either that cat sanctuary lady or that actress that did those Hitchcock films. I first noticed her for her film Roar which involved many of those big cats she and her family came to care for. In college, I read and really … Continue reading Tippi: A Memoir by Tippi Hedren