Hey guys! Another month has come and gone, and I'm pleased to announce that I've stuck with my ongoing WEIRD, WAY-OUT WINTER reading challenge. Nebulous November was so much fun; I ended up enjoying all four books that I read, but going into December I'm going to lighten the number as we are moving this month… Continue reading Dreadful December
Here is part two of our book club discussion on David Bell’s Being Her Home! Please visit Sam’s blog @ https://cluesandreviews.wordpress.com for the remaining questions; make sure and leave a comment so that you are entered in the giveaway!
Welcome to the second day of the Suspenseful Clues and Thrilling Reviews book club discussion! If you’re new to Clues and Reviews, I’d like to welcome you! I am so glad you are here.
This month’s pick was Bring Her Home by David Bell, a suspenseful mystery surrounding the disappearance of two teenage girls and the havoc it wreaks on one widower in particular. I mentioned yesterday that we’ve chosen to use the official book club questions provided via the publisher for this book, and I’m going to lay out what to expect below.
So, a little run down before we continue: First, if you haven’t read the book yet, go ahead and stop here. There will be spoilers below and you can always join in at a later date once you’ve completed the novel. We won’t be closing these threads and would love to have you join in anytime…
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Two weeks in a row? I'm clearly a blogging beast. Welcome to this week's wrap-up; I'm going to stick with the short and sweet as I don't have much to update but like posting pretty pictures. ❤ NETGALLEY APPROVALS: So I only had one approval this week, as we discussed last time that I'm being… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up: 3/31/17
Book Title: The River at Night Author: Erica Ferencik Series: None Genres: Thriller, Mystery, Suspense, Adventure, Contemporary Fiction Goodreads Date Read: 01/07/17 Pub Date: 01/10/17 (HAPPY PUB DAY!) 4 STARS Winifred Allen needs a vacation. Stifled by a soul-crushing job, devastated by the death of her beloved brother, and lonely after the end of a… Continue reading Review: The River at Night
Book Title: Chasing Shadows Author: Karen Harper Series: South Shores #1 Genres: Mystery, Romantic Suspense, Contemporary Fiction, Thriller Goodreads Date Read: 10/18/16 Pub Date: 11/29/16 4 STARS Every case that Claire Britten cracks is a win, not only professionally but personally. The forensic psychologist has spent a lifetime fighting a neurological disorder, and her ability… Continue reading Review: Chasing Shadows
How I chose to Indie Publish There are many ways to get your work in front of audiences in today’s marketplace. For ten years I believed in the writer’s dream of penning a breakout novel, getting a dream agent, and securing a six-figure book deal. I’ve come to realize how improbable this is. While it may happen one… Continue reading Guest Post: Kelly Charron
HEY Y'ALL! Look who is finally getting on top of things and writing more than just reviews and interviews! I'm going to attempt to include a post of my week at a glance to highlight some of my bookish news for the past 7 days. This will likely consist of books I'm reading, books I've… Continue reading The Weekly Wrap-Up: 9/16
How writing my debut novel was like buying lottery tickets and getting struck by lightning JD Jordan -- Writing a book is hard. But the hardest part was getting struck by lightning. My debut novel, Calamity: Being an Account of Calamity Jane and Her Gunslinging Green Man, hits bookshelves and e-readers on September 1. Bear with me… Continue reading Guest Post: J.D. Jordan
Q&A with Manning Wolfe Why did you choose to write in your particular field or genre? One would think I write legal thrillers because I am an attorney, but it may be the other way around. I became an attorney because of the stories in my head and my ideas about fairness and equality. Those… Continue reading Manning Wolfe-Author Q&A