The Beauty and the Beast Book Tag

Heya Everyone! I was recently tagged by The Audiobookworm in this fun book tag. Feel free to comment on my book choices or to add your own for each category in the comments. I'm going to tag a few people at the end, but if you want to throw up a post with your answers, … Continue reading The Beauty and the Beast Book Tag

Bloggity Award and Other Stuff

Lynn over at Books & Travelling with Lynn blog recently nominated me for the Real Neat Blog award. I tend to enjoy blog awards because it forces me to be a little more personable and chatty. Plus, we all get to talk about books. The Rules: Thank and link the blogger that nominated you. Answer the 7 questions that … Continue reading Bloggity Award and Other Stuff

2015: The Worthy

So this year, according to my GoodReads account, I read or listened to just over 300 books, ranging from 10 pages in length to over 1100 pages in length. Obviously, I had to put a lot of thought into what books I found worthy this year, there being so many to sort through. So, I … Continue reading 2015: The Worthy

Secrets of a D-List Supervillain by Jim Bernheimer

Where I Got It: Review copy via the author (thanks!). Narrator: Jeffrey Kafer Publisher: Jim Bernheimer (2015) Length: 6 hours 27 minutes Series: Book 3 D-List Supervillain Author's Page The world thinks Cal Stringel, aka Mechani-Cal, is dead. However, Cal knows differently. He is in hiding, building back up his power and his alternate identity. … Continue reading Secrets of a D-List Supervillain by Jim Bernheimer

Dead Eye: The Skinwalker Conspiracies by Jim Bernheimer

Where I Got It: review copy via Audiobook Jukebox (thanks!) Narrator: Jeffrey Kafer Publisher: Gryphonwood Press (2012) Length: 7 hours 54 minutes Series: Book 2 Dead Eyes Author's Page Note: While this is Book 2 in the series, I think it stands on it's own pretty well. Mike Ross returns in this excellent sequel to Pennies for the … Continue reading Dead Eye: The Skinwalker Conspiracies by Jim Bernheimer

Best of 2014

A big thank you to all the publishers, authors, and narrators who generously provided review copies, especially the audiobooks. Thanks to all my book blogger friends, real life friends, and family who recommended books, or simply let me babble on about books even when you really didn't care. According to Goodreads (which I don't use … Continue reading Best of 2014

Dead Eye: Pennies for the Ferryman by Jim Bernheimer

Where I Got It: Own it. Narrator: Jeffrey Kafer Publisher: Gryphonwood Press (2012) Length: 8 hours 38 minutes Series: Book 1 Dead Eyes Author's Page Mike Ross is ex-military, having lost an eye and received some leg injuries while serving the country. He now lives with his mom as he tries to pull his life together; re-acclimatizing to civilian … Continue reading Dead Eye: Pennies for the Ferryman by Jim Bernheimer

Interview: Michael O’Neal, Author of The Eighth Day

Everyone, please welcome Michael O'Neal. You can catch me review of his book, The Eighth Day, over HERE. Today Michael stopped by to chat about action flicks, his kid-self, detassling corn, and much more. Enjoy! 1) If you could, what book/movie/TV series would you like to experience for the first time all over again and … Continue reading Interview: Michael O’Neal, Author of The Eighth Day

Origins of a D-List Supervillain by Jim Bernheimer

Why I Read It: Really enjoyed other works by the author. Where I Got It: Review copy via the author (thanks!). Who I Recommend This To: Anyone like superhero stories? Want to know how to become a lesser Supervillain? Check this book out! Narrators: Jeffrey Kafer Publisher: Jim Bernheimer (2014) Length: 7 hours 1 minute … Continue reading Origins of a D-List Supervillain by Jim Bernheimer

Guest Post: Jim Bernheimer, Author of Prime Suspects

Folks, please welcome Jim Bernheimer back to Dab of Darkness. I have enjoyed a few of his novels and a short story collection to date. 'Enjoyed' really is too light a term. I tore through three of Jim's books back to back. Little housework was accomplished that week. So it is with great pleasure that … Continue reading Guest Post: Jim Bernheimer, Author of Prime Suspects