I know. I’m late posting today. Usually have my posts up in the AM. All I can say is, I hate being rushed. Really I do. For the last several weeks that’s what I’ve been doing. Rush to get up. Rush to make breakfast and lunch. Rush to get dressed for work. Rush to get to work. Rush to clean the house. Rush to the grocery store. Rush to make dinner. Rush. Rush. Rush.
Life should be a lot more slower and less stressed. But I live in America. It never shuts down. And we the people are the same, trying to cram everything we can into the minutes we have until our heads hit the pillow…if our heads hit the pillow.
Anybody else sick of rushing around like a chicken with out their heads?
So maybe you should grab a good book or turn on your Kindle or Nook. I have a few recommendations for you below.
Scorpian7: Revolution, second book to a Trilogy, by Mike Saxton.
If you like apocalypse novels and science fiction, this book is for you.
The MC, Night Viper finds out who his nemesis is. Lots of good people die and new ones are introduced. This is action packed and violent.
Pretty Witches All In a Row, by Lisa Olsen
Seven witches in a coven. One by one, they’re being knocked off in black-magic-style. Nick a detective…excuse me, a sergeant takes on the case to find out who the killer is before they all die. In the process he begins to fall for one of the witches. But is she the killer?
Angels at Midnight, by Norma Beishir
This is a cozy-suspense-thriller-romance
Fate brings Ashley Gordon and Collin Deverall together. Revenge toward a big time New York mafia man is their common goal that gels them together. They fall in love. One admits it. One refuses. After all is said and done, will love keep them together?
The Three Spirit Knight, by Roland Yeomans
Victor Standish is a gypsy hero. Alice Wentworth is his ghoulish girlfriend. Together the two time travel and do battle against vampires, werewolves, Gods, Goddesses, zombies, and ghouls.
It is one of the most exceptionally unique books I've ever read. It has plenty of humor, lots of thrills, and many moments that make you go 'awe'.
I hope everyone who visits today will check these books out. They’re all great reads and as you can see not only am I a prolific writer, but a reader as well.
Sir Poops and Hair Ball will be back next week. There’s a lot of stuff going on in my house right now.
Hugs and chocolate,