New Release: Music by Melissa Lummis

About Music by Melissa Lummis I’ve done things I’m ashamed of. I’ve stolen. I’ve lied. I’ve even taken a life or two. But what I have to do next makes all that look like random acts of kindness. Finding Dee’s murderer trumps all, no matter what the cost, even bonding myself to Hross until death do us part. Give up Max? Check. Break his heart? Yeah, that too. But putting Max’s life in danger was never, ever part of the plan. I have one chance to make everything right, once and for all. And I only have one shot at it, because what I’m about to do requires the ultimate sacrifice: my … [Read more...]

Author Exclusive: World Building for Devices of War

Author Exclusive: Author S.M. Blooding on World Building for the Devices of War Series Several people have asked me how I developed Illona (the name of our little moon). You know, how did I decide to build cities inside of jellyfish, mainly. I enjoy astrophysics, but only understand about…20% of what I hear. I love reading articles on astrophysics. Love it! I love watching shows on astronomy. LOVE that! I’m not going to say I understand all of it. I don’t. But, I do have a wild imagination. A few years back, when I had the leisure to do so, I studied astrobiophysics. On my own, … [Read more...]

Caelum by Mandie Stevens #Book Review and Giveaway

Disclosure: I received a copy of Caelum in exchange for an honest and fair review. All thoughts and opinions are mine. This post includes affiliate links, because mama's got kiddies and kitties to feed. About Caelum – Olde City Angels Book 1 Eva doesn’t claim to be a good guardian angel, but she tries. After she loses two charges, the Powers That Be begin to doubt her abilities. To redeem herself, Eva sets out to rescue Elsie, granddaughter of the former king of the Fae. A demon has kidnapped Elsie to complete an ancient ritual that will allow him to slip through the veil between Earth … [Read more...]

Teen Designs Wireless Headphones with Hearing Loss Prevention in Mind

I have a confession. Listening to music is a big part of my life, but I don't always enjoy it responsibly. I love it loud. At times, dangerously loud. I have a tendency to take that baby up to 11 if I'm really feeling the vibe. Still, I'm constantly telling my kids to listen at safe volumes to prevent permanent damage. Hypocritical, I know, but it's safe to wager that there are a great many parents guilty of the same "do as I say, not as I do" mentality when it comes to their tunes. It wasn't until I came across an interesting story about young inventor, Kingsley Cheng, that I really … [Read more...]

Doomed Soul by Robert Boomsliter

A man without faith shares his views as the end of life approaches.The views are reflections on religion, morality and death. The deeply religious will find little of interest here and may find some of the material incomprehensible. Some moderates who have noticed twinges of doubt or discomfort in certain beliefs may find some explanations for those feelings. The faithless will probably understand it all. It is the author's hope that for them, it will be a pleasant read. (Disclosure:This post includes an affiliate link.) Buy on Amazon About the author: I am a retired … [Read more...]

E-Murderer by Joan C. Curtis Book Review

With the Halloween season in full-swing, you can bet your sweet cannoli that my Kindle is full of ghosts, ghouls, spirits and psychopaths. They all go so well with pumpkin spice! One of my latest reads is a thriller that will make you a little nervous the next time you check your email. Check out my review below! ~Jessi~ Disclosure: I received a copy of E-Murderer in exchange for an honest and fair review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. This post may include affiliate links. About e-Murderer On this anything but typical Monday morning Jenna Scali, who works part-time for a … [Read more...]