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Matriarchs: Eliza’s Revenge (Book Review)

Matriarchs: Eliza’s Revenge by Susan McDonough-Wachtman The Matriarchs deemed men too aggressive. Genetic engineering took care of that!  Winga grew up on the matriarchal planet Gaia. She married Jakor to escape, but now that he’s dead, possibly murdered, all she can think about is going home. Rif has always been a starship captain, and when he… Continue reading Matriarchs: Eliza’s Revenge (Book Review)

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Lyons Orphanage (Book Review)

The Lyons Orphanage by Charlie KingOverviewSam Watkins, an orphaned young teenager, possesses the ability to read the minds of almost everyone he meets.Howard Lyons, the owner of the orphanage where Sam has lived since he was a baby, has been reluctant to let Sam leave the orphanage.Unable to read the mind of Mr. Lyons, he… Continue reading Lyons Orphanage (Book Review)

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Time’s Up (Book Review)

Time's Up by Annette Santiago Overview On Halloween night, revelers gather in Salem, Massachusetts, to celebrate as they do every year. But this night won’t be like any other, as spiritual forces of darkness unleash themselves against the world. In a true apocalyptic battle of good vs. evil, angels and a saint of old fight… Continue reading Time’s Up (Book Review)

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2 oz. of Matcha (Random Wednesday)

For years, I have been a faithful green tea drinker. The first thing I do when I get to work is head for the break room to get my hot water. I’ve read and heard about the amazing benefits of green tea, but honestly… it never made me feel any different. One day I switched… Continue reading 2 oz. of Matcha (Random Wednesday)

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Quantum Night (Book Review)

Quantum Night by Robert J. Sawyer Quantum Night was my first experience with this author's work. I saw that it had mixed reviews on Amazon and Goodreads, but I did not let that stop me. The concept was appealing and I like to think that I went into this without bias. I love all kinds… Continue reading Quantum Night (Book Review)