Giveaway & Book Spotlight: Out of Time
Latest Posts / May 30, 2018

Book Details: Book Title: Out of Time (A ray Lafayette Novel) by Thomas William Lowrie Category: Adult Fiction, 264 pages Genre: Historical Fiction, Military and War Publisher: Mindstir Media Release date: December 4, 2017 Tour dates: May 28 to June 22, 2018 Content Rating: PG-13 Book Description: Well, here I go again. All alone except for this suitcase of mine. I’m headed for a new place with new people. Not so bad considering it’s 1944. Lots of guys are in my shoes. We’re in the middle of World War II. Still not so bad. I’m a fireman in the Army Air Corps whatever they’re calling themselves these days. Once again, not bad at all. But I was born in 1963. There’s the bad part. I was not born with the name Ray Lafayette, but that’s what they call me. I didn’t have kids or smoke a pipe. Hell, I didn’t even like coffee. I do now. I was born into a different life than this, one with a lot of attachments. Now I carry my life in one bag. One really important bag. In this time, people call me pal or buddy or sir, good lord they call me sir…

Graphic Novel Review: Batman, Vol 5: Rules of Engagement by Tom King
5 Stars , Graphic Novels , Latest Posts / May 29, 2018

About: Batman, Vol 5: Rules of Engagement by Tom King (illustrated by Joëlle Jones) continues the Batman Rebirth story-line. This graphic novel collects Batman #33-37 as well as Batman Annual #2. 160 pages Publisher: DC Comics Language: English ISBN-10: 1401277314 My rating for Batman Vol 5: Rules of Engagement – 5 Buy Batman Vol 5: Rules of Engagement from* More Books by Tom King Thoughts: Batman, Vol 5: Rules of Engagement by Tom King (illustrated by Joëlle Jones) is another solid entry in the Rebirth series. I must admit that this run is absolutely incredible, all five issues so far hit it out of the park. In this volume Mr. King continues to explore Batman and Catwoman’s complex relationship through words and deeds (read: action). This is a very humane book, even though the hero and sometimes heroine spend a fair amount of time beating on the baddies. I loved the spin this volume put on the banal things one has to do when remarrying (meet the ex, talk to the kids, tell friends, etc.), only that Bruce Wayne doesn’t do anything “simple” and Selina Kyle is anything but “banal”. These tasks take on a new meaning in this book, brilliantly told while exploring the relationships of…

Book Spotlight & Giveaway: The Enigma Dragon: A CATS Tale
Latest Posts / May 28, 2018

Book Details: Book Title: The Enigma Dragon: A CATS Tale (The Enigma Series Book 9) Authors: Charles V Breakfield and Roxanne E Burkey Category: Adult Fiction, 360 pages Genre: Thriller, TechnoThriller Publisher: ICABOD Press Release date: Oct 5, 2017 Tour dates: May 28 to June 22, 2018 Content Rating: PG-13 + M (There are some descriptive sex scenes but not throughout) Book Description: Do the vast amounts of information and technology available hold humans hostage? Does analog communication create a vulnerability? The political climate in the world is unnerving. North Korea is running missile tests, but where are they getting their deadly supplies? Meanwhile, terrorists are hiding in plain sight, using American technology that is out on display in libraries and museums for the world to see, but are using analog methods to gather and assemble their information. No internet searches equal no red flags which lets the bad guys believe they are operating undetected. But the Cyber Assassin Technology Services (CATS) team is on the job. As Juan and Julie Rodríguez send their operatives out across the globe to track down these foot soldiers also known as Analog Information Mules, they’ll discover the horrible potential treats, and learn about…

Fun Facts Friday: Mari Sandoz
Fun Facts Friday , Latest Posts / May 11, 2018

Mari Sandoz (11 May, 1896 – 10 March, 1966) was a novelist, biographer and teacher from Nebraska. Ms. Sandoz wrote a lot about poisoner life and the Plains Indians. Image from Books by Mari Sandoz* Ms. Sandoz was the oldest of six children. Their parents with Swiss immigrants. As a child she worked hard on the farm as her father didn’t like her reading and writing (he was also known to be a violent man). At age 17 Ms. Sandoz finally manage to graduate from 8th grade and secretly took the rural teacher’s exam. She started teaching country schools without attending high-school. Even without a high-school diploma she continued to write and eventually enrolled at the University of Nebraska. Sandoz claimed to have received over 1,000 rejection slips to her short stories. She went to visit her dying father, who asked her to write his life story as his last request. The result was the book Old Jules. Every major publishing house rejected Old Jules, but Ms. Sandoz kept revising it until she had finally won a non-fiction contest held by Atlantic Press. In 1942 Ms. Sandoz published Crazy Horse: The Strange Man of the Oglalas, a biography of…

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