Posts Tagged: book review

What do you do if you are Unsound? Take to land or sea.

What do you do if you are Unsound? Take to land or sea. Either way, healing can be found in nature. My protagonist, Dr. Caprice Wilson, took a hike in Haleakala Crater to clear her mind and body–and it didn’t go the way she planned. My literary suspense novel, Unsound, is on sale for .99… Read more »

Beauty of a good read: The Red: First Light, by Linda Nagata

The beauty of a good read. The Red: First Light, by Linda Nagata–review and interview! The Red: First Light, by Linda Nagata, is a fast-paced, gritty, near-future militaristic sci-fi tale that combines all of my favorite things: a broken hero, hopeless love, a multi-layered plot with scary-real possibilities, and f*cking saving the world. This book… Read more »

Consumed by Hunger Games

I’m late to the Games, but consumed with Hunger. Holy mama, those Hunger Games books are smokin’ page turners! But first the backstory on why I’m so late to the Games. My sister is a literary-type reader. She’s been a tough beta-reader for my Lei Crime Series but she’s hung in there with Lei through… Read more »