Dani Hoots’ Review of by Peter Clines

14 by Peter Clines Amazon/Kobo/Goodreads Published by: Permuted Press Review by: Dani Hoots Padlocked doors. Strange light fixtures. Mutant cockroaches. There are some odd things about Nate’s new apartment. Of course, he has other things on his mind. He hates his job. He has no money in the bank. No girlfriend. No plans for the…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Urban Allies Anthology edited by Joseph Nassise

Urban Allies edited by Joseph Nassise Amazon/Barnes&Noble/Goodreads Published by: Harper Voyager Edited by: Joe Nassise Review by: Dani Hoots From the Back Cover In this impressive anthology, twenty of today’s hottest urban fantasy authors pair up to write ten new and original stories featuring beloved characters from their own bestselling series Urban Allies unites two beloved characters…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Blood and Clockwork by Katey Hawthorne

Blood and Clockwork by Katey Hawthorne Amazon/Barnes & Noble/Goodreads Release Date: March 16th, 2016 Published by: Less Than Three Press Review by: Dani Hoots Alistair Click set out to lay to rest the superstitious fears about the Mad Prince’s clockwork tower. If that meant he might bring the ghost city of Avalonia back to economic…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead

Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead Amazon/Barnes & Noble Published by: Razorbill Review by: Dani Hoots St. Vladimir’s Academy isn’t just any boarding school—it’s a hidden place where vampires are educated in the ways of magic and half-human teens train to protect them. Rose Hathaway is a Dhampir, a bodyguard for her best friend Lissa, a…

Dani Hoots’ Review of Mary: The Summoning (Bloody Mary) by Hillary Monahan

Mary: The Summoning (Bloody Mary) by Hillary Monahan Amazon/Barnes & Noble Published by Disney-Hyperion Review by Dani Hoots Mary: The Summoning (Bloody Mary) by Hillary Monahan follows Shauna and her three friends who decide to try and summon Mary in the mirror. Little did Shauna know that her friend Jess actually knew the real myth behind…

Brother by Ania Ahlborn

Indiebound/Barnes & Nobles/Amazon Synopsis: From the bestselling horror author of Within These Walls and The Bird Eater comes a brand-new novel of terror that follows a teenager determined to break from his family’s unconventional—and deeply disturbing—traditions. Deep in the heart of Appalachia stands a crooked farmhouse miles from any road. The Morrows keep to themselves,…

Greg Wilkey’s “Growing Up Dead” Audiobook Blog Tour: Day #6 Reader Perspective of Growing Up Dead, by: Candice Gariepy

Being a part of Bibliophile’s Workshop’s many different blog tours,“ will give you the opportunity to read various novels, spanning many genres and writing styles, along with helping share new, promising titles with readers all across the internet.     Growing Up Dead  Audiobook Blog Tour Monday, April 27,2014 – Ends Saturday May 2,2015 Information About…

Greg Wilkey’s “Growing Up Dead” Audiobook Blog Tour Day #5-Interview with Maxwell Zener, Narrator for Growing Up Dead audiobook

Being a part of Bibliophile’s Workshop’s many different blog tours,“ will give you the opportunity to read various novels, spanning many genres and writing styles, along with helping share new, promising titles with readers all across the internet.     Growing Up Dead  Audiobook Blog Tour Monday, April 27,2014 – Ends Saturday May 2,2015 Information About…

Interview with Denise K. Rago: Author of “Blood Tears”

Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/Goodreads As you are already well aware by now, I am a huge fan of the vampire genre of fiction, and I was more than happy to review independant writer Denise K. Rago’s sequel Blood Tears, after having reviewed her novel Immortal Obsession a few years ago. I know I tend to be more critical…

Review of “The Glittering World” by Robert Levy

Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/Goodreads/Books-A-Million Intrinsic to the human experience, there is an unshakable, almost restive disturbance at our core that constantly tells us that there has to be a higher, more transcendent form/entity w/ self-consciousness that may allay our burden of feeling so alone in the universe. This pallor of existential dread  that frames our lives…