City Of Kings by Rob J. Hayes

A Review

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I was lucky enough to pick this up on my kindle while it was on sale. Rob J. Hayes has been floating around in my attention bubble for a while. His books seem right up my alley, but the whole self-published thing can make me a little hesitant. I know I shouldn’t be like that, but I have read a lot of bad self-published books, it has made me a little gun-shy. After attempting to participate in #SelfPubFantasyMonth I’m committed to trying new to me self-published authors though, so here we are. Continue reading “City Of Kings by Rob J. Hayes”

Music Monday

Music for your earholes

It’s Monday, the start of another working week and to distract us from the humdrum of work I’m bringing you another song I love. This was started by the Drew over at The Tattooed Book Geek make sure you check him out. Continue reading “Music Monday”

Twice Dead by Caitlin Seal

another non review thing

Does anyone else read a title and automatically think they know what a book is about? I have recently learnt I do this often and I’m usually wrong. This book is not an urban fantasy about vampires. There are no vampires. It’s full blown fantasy.
It does have undead, necromancers, political intrigue, and a touch of romance on the side. Continue reading “Twice Dead by Caitlin Seal”

Music Monday

music for your earholes

It’s Monday, the start of another working week and to distract us from the humdrum of work I’m bringing you another song I love. This was started by the Drew over at The tattooed Book Geek make sure you check him out. Continue reading “Music Monday”

Beneath the Fallen City by Jamie A. Waters

An “I wouldn’t call this a review” review

*Beneath the Fallen City was originally released as the Two Towers in 2014 but has since been revised and modified from it’s original format.

IMG_5351Synopsis –
In the shadows of the towers, your only hope is to scavenge for the truth…
One hundred and fifty years after the earth was ravaged by war, the two self-sustaining towers built by OmniLab continue to offer a safe haven for those who paid the hefty price to assure their family’s survival. But on the surface, there are others who have survived over the years struggling to barter and trade artifacts found within the ruins of the crumbling cities in exchange for critical supplies.
When Kayla, a ruin rat skilled in computer hacking and scavenging, discovers a strange artifact known as The Aurelia Data Cube, she finds herself inadvertently caught up in a series of events that threatens the lives of the mysterious and elusive people within OmniLab.
Carl, an unorthodox trader with a head for business, is determined to eradicate the corruption amongst his OmniLab brethren and has no qualms about using Kayla to do it. Unfortunately, he wasn’t counting on the vastness of the corruption or his own feelings for the headstrong woman who turns his life upside down.
Caught between the life she knew and a dangerous world that’s claimed her as their own, Kayla learns the fearful truth behind just how far one man will go to obtain power and how far she’ll go to survive. Continue reading “Beneath the Fallen City by Jamie A. Waters”

The Law of Inertia by S. Gonzales

A review

“See, the thing is that happiness is a whore. I’ve never met a more disloyal emotion in my life. Nothing like misery, which proposes to you on the first date. Yet, like a mistress I swear off every time, all happiness has to do is peek it’s head around the corner, contrite and apologetic, and I give myself over to it completely. It’s transient and fleeting, and I know it won’t still be in my bed the next morning, but while I have it, it’s everything.”

Continue reading “The Law of Inertia by S. Gonzales”

Music Monday

Halloween music for your earholes

It’s Monday, the start of another working week and to distract us from the humdrum of work I’m bringing you another song I love. This was started by the Drew over at The Tattooed Book Geek make sure you check him out.

 

 

The only song I could play with Halloween being tomorrow.