Tag Archives: suspense

January 18

Book review: Portrait of a Conspiracy: Da Vinci’s Disciples – Book One, by Donna Russo Morin

Portrait of a Conspiracy: Da Vinci’s Disciples – Book One, by Donna Russo Morin is an excellent historical fiction that takes place in Florence, Italy, during the time of Leonardo Da Vinci. Leonardo befriends a secret group of women who get together to learn to paint and use their artistic talents. Such behavior in women is […]

January 15

Book Review: What Haunts Me: Ghost Killer Book 1, by Margaret Millmore

What Haunts Me: Ghost Killer Book 1, by Margaret Millmore, differs from the usual book about the haunts of demons and ghosts victimizing people; this story is about a man who finds himself suddenly seeing apparitions, and moreover, discovering that he has the ability to make them disappear and save others from the hands of […]

January 13

Author Spotlight: June V. Bourgo, author of The Georgia Series

International Writers Inspiring Change (IWIC): Tell us about yourself… June: My name is June V. Bourgo, I was born and educated in Montreal, Quebec. I live with my artist husband on beautiful Vancouver Island, off the western coast of British Columbia. My writing is influenced by the raw beauty of nature and the Salish Sea […]

December 19

Author Spotlight: Donna Russo Morin, author of Portrait of a Conspiracy, Da Vinci’s Disciples Trilogy (Book One)

IWIC: Tell us about yourself… Donna: I’m an internationally published, award-winning author of six (soon to be seven) multi-award-winning historical novels. My passion for the written word began when I was a child, took on a feminist edge as I grew through the sixties, and blossomed into a distinctive style of action-filled historical fiction at […]

September 23

Book Review: The Road to Amistad by Ken Dickson

The Road to Amistad by Ken Dickson, is a saga about one person’s walk through life. It is an interesting story, and while depicting the journey he has undertaken, and the experiences he has, while also seeking-out others walking the same path as he, the book keeps a focus on the important issues in life. The […]

September 05

Book Review of Murder by Ghostlight by J.C. Briggs

Murder by Ghostlight, by J.C. Briggs, is an eloquently written suspense murder thriller, in the genre of Sherlock Holmes, but of course, in this case, the story follows the famous writer, Charles Dickens. Although fictional, the author has cleverly entwined Dickens in the plot, where, Dickens finds himself suspected of murder, and in the story […]

September 04

Author Spotlight on J.C. Briggs – author of Murder by Ghostlight

IWIC:  Tell us about yourself? I used to teach English and English Literature at a boarding school in England. Before that I lived in Hong Kong and taught there, where I also took part in a TV puppet show, playing the part of Violet the Vulture! I now live in a cottage by a river […]

June 13

Book Review: Olivia’s Promise, by Diane Merrill Wigginton. The 3rd book in the Jeweled Dagger series. Pre-order now!

  Olivia’s Promise by Diane Merrill Wigginton, is yet another awesome book by this author. I read it very quickly – it was like eating good ice cream, I enjoyed it that much. This is book 3 in the Jeweled Dagger historical romance series. My great grandmother was from Ireland and she had a special […]

June 09

Book Spotlight: “The Galapagos Agenda” by Leonardo Wild. “A Paradigm Shift Thriller”

THE GALAPAGOS AGENDA, A Paradigm Shift Thriller Book 1, by Leonardo Wild Max Villalobos is the gifted son of a corporate tycoon. His dream is to make it on his own, even if that means going up against his powerful father who has far different plans when it comes to Max’s future. In order to prove […]

June 05

Book Review: “Blessed Curse” by Nancy Sartor. “A gripping thriller with a twist…”

“An engrossing tale of love and friendship and the fight against evil. The Six are friends and they share a very unique challenge that is on the spooky side. United by a special connection since early childhood they all come together to help one of their own. This story was not my normal subject matter […]