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Tribal Affairs

Book Details:

Book Title: Tribal Affair by Matt Dallmann
Category: YA Fiction, 277 pages
Genre: Fantasy
Publisher: Matt Dallmann
Release date: July 2017
Tour dates: Oct 9 to 27, 2017
Content Rating: G (No bad language or sex)

Book Description:

Dahlia, a centuries-old genie, lies hopelessly trapped in a damaged golden locket charm attached to an ankle bracelet. Its owner, sixteen-year-old Liana, wears it for the first time during her father Jamison’s opening night illusion spectacular. Not only does its presence cause Jamison to folly his performance, but it also starts a chain of bizarre events that lead to a showdown with Dahlia’s mortal enemy, Stefan, and an unsuspecting romance between Liana and his son.

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Matt Dallmann has a background in acting and holds a BFA from Marymount Manhattan College in New York City. His films and screenplays have been featured at film festivals across the United States including Cinequest, Big Apple Film Festival, Seattle’s True Independent Film Festival, DragonCon and Zero Independent Film Festival. His piano compositions have been published for commercial use and he is a member of ASCAP. Matt is also the Co-Founder and Vice President of the boutique medical billing firm VGA Billing Services, Inc. in New York City. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and two daughters.

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My Review
4 stars
Dahlia is a genie that has been trapped in a locket on an anklet. Liana is the 16 year old that has decided to start wearing the anklet of her mothers. But when she does, she starts hearing voices, having strange dreams, and when she attends one of her father’s performances things go wrong. Liana and her family think there is something wrong and want to medicate her. But the truth is that Dahlia is trying to communicate with her. Dahlia has a history of a feud with another genie family that has lasted centuries. Liana is drug into the middle of this feud and finds herself falling for Taffi, the enemy’s son.I really liked this story. You will alternate between Dahlia and Liana’s stories. I really enjoyed the description that went into the genies history. Although both women are from different times I really enjoyed how they managed to work together. You can’t help feeling for both women, although ages apart they both have troubles to bear. There is a little romance with Liana and Taffi but it was written so it doesn’t take away from the story.

I think this is a great story of genies. I have not read many stories about them and I really enjoyed this one. I think if you like fantasy you should check out this book. It will not be what you expected and you will really like it.

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The Watcher

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The Watcher by Ross Armstrong

She’s watching you, but who’s watching her?

Lily Gullick lives with her husband Aiden in a new-build flat opposite an estate which has been marked for demolition. A keen birdwatcher, she can’t help spying on her neighbours.

Until one day Lily sees something suspicious through her binoculars and soon her elderly neighbour Jean is found dead. Lily, intrigued by the social divide in her local area as it becomes increasingly gentrified, knows that she has to act. But her interference is not going unnoticed, and as she starts to get close to the truth, her own life comes under threat.

But can Lily really trust everything she sees?

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 Author’s Bio

Ross Armstrong is an actor and writer based in North London. He studied English Literature at Warwick University and acting at RADA. He’s performed on stage with the RSC in shows such as Oppenheimer in the West End and with the Donmar in Hamlet on Broadway, as well as numerous TV appearances including Foyles War, Jonathan Creek, Mr Selfridge, DCI Banks and the upcoming series of Ripper Street. The Watcher is his first novel.

My Review

4 stars

Lily and Aiden Gullick live in a newly build flat. Lily likes t watch birds but finds herself looking into her neighbor’s windows on the building across from hers. This building is supposed to be demolished but there are still some people that have not left and Lily is fascinated by them and finds herself watching them more than the birds. She then see’s a light on in the building and goes to investigate and meets Jean. Jean is dragging her feet about moving but the next day she is discovered dead. Lily goes to the police about what she knows and they seem interested. But then Lily is receiving phone calls from Jean and Lily becomes the one being spied on.

Lily seems to just be another person trying to entertain herself when she starts being fascinated by the people in the building across from her. But there is so much more to her than what initially see. This gives an added layer of creepy to the events.

The first thing I thought of when I read the summary of this book was Rear Window and this book easily delivers. Although I didn’t really like Lily, this story will draw you in and leave you creeped out. The more I read the more I was getting the chills; it’s scary to think about what could happen just from someone watching you.

This is a good thriller and one that will keep you up late with all the lights on and the curtains firmly closed. This is a great debut for Ross Armstrong. I can’t wait to see what he comes up with next.

I received The Watcher from Mira for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.

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Neespaugot: Legend of the Indian's Coin by John Mugglebee

Neespaugot: Legend of the Indian's Coin by John MugglebeeNeespaugot: Legend of the Indian’s Coin by John Mugglebee

Publisher: Brandt Street Press (May 29, 2017)
Category: Historical Fiction, Native American Fiction, African American Fiction
Tour dates: Sept-Oct, 2017
ISBN: 978-0974260792
Available in Print & ebook, 378 pages
Neespaugot

Melba Blue Jay, sixteen, scrambling up a snow-filled mountain path, her knife at a child’s throat. Archie Chung at the helm of the South Pacific Belle, foremast snapped like a toothpick, barreling toward a coral reef. Spindly Lydia Freeman, skin the color of dark ale, feeding tea made of birch bark to an Irish murderess. Zeke Roxxmott teetering at three hundred feet on the five-inch ledge of his penthouse, bent on a flawless destruction.

Adventurers, inextricably linked by a bloodline… and an Indian’s coin.

Where history and imagination meet!

John Mugglebee’s Neespaugot is based on the real-life exploits of his own ancestors. A sweeping historical saga of his Native American, African American, Scots-Irish, Chinese, Russian Jewish family, it spans three centuries with adventures that keep you turning page after page. You’ll fall in love with these characters, who stay with you long after you’ve put the book down.

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About John MugglebeeNeespaugot: Legend of the Indian's Coin by John Mugglebee

John Mugglebee is a racial and ethnic jigsaw puzzle. His heritage, in chronological order, includes Native American, African American, Scots-Irish, Chinese and Russian Jew. John has said there were two major factors that shaped him as a person and a writer. One was “Being colored but not knowing which color.”

The other was upheaval. Born in Massachusetts, at age eleven he was uprooted to Southern California in the midst of the ’60s race riots. Growing up, John was told family stories that had been passed down for generations. Neespaugot is loosely based on those stories.

He currently lives in the South of France, where he heads a language laboratory for French Civil Aviation. John graduated from Dartmouth and earned a master’s in creative writing from Colorado State University. His previous novel, Renaissance in Provence, was published in 2004.

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My Review

5 Stars

This is an amazing story that spans 400 years. We start with Runinniduk, a Native American PawWaw or sorcerer. He is given on of the first coins minted in America in exchange for translating the Bible. He is the one that decides to help the colonist’s survive. But when an Indian village is destroyed, Runinniduk is blames because of his blond and blue eyed features. He is punished but later goes on to join the Indian counsel.

We then see the coin pass from Runinniduk to his granddaughter Melba Blue Jay. We then follow her hard story around the world. We continue to see the coin passed from hand to hand and location to location until it ends in present day where a daughter is trying to get her inheritance from her father.

This is a wonderful and rich history of the world and the people in it. It shows how blood lines have been muddied throughout that years and how horrible many people were treated. When you realize that this is based on real life events it humbles you to realize this and worse has happened.

This is a great story that might not be your normal read. Don’t let that stop you from reading this book. It is one that should be on everyone’s shelves.

I received Neespaugot: Legend of the Indian’s Coin from Teddy at Premier Virtual Author Book Tours for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.

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Deadland: Boneyard

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Deadlands: Boneyard by Seanan McGuire

The newest book based on the hit Weird West RPG franchise Deadlands!

Step right up to see the oddities and marvels of The Blackstone Family Circus and Travelling Wonder Show! Gasp at pit wasps the size of a man’s forearm. Beware the pumpkin-headed corn stalker, lest it plant its roots in you!

Annie Pearl is the keeper of oddities, the mistress of monsters. Her unique collection of creatures is one of the circus’s star attractions, drawing wide-eyed crowds at every small frontier town they visit. But Annie is also a woman running from her past . . . and the mother of a mute young daughter, Adeline, whom she will do anything to protect.

Hoping to fill its coffers before winter sets in, the circus steers its wagons to The Clearing, a remote community deep in the Oregon wilderness, surrounded by an ominous dark wood. Word is that a traveling show can turn a tidy profit at The Clearing, but there are whispers, too, of unexplained disappearances that afflict one out of every four shows that pass through the town.

The Clearing has it secrets, and so does Annie. And it may take everything she has to save her daughter―and the circus―from both.

A gripping tale of the Weird West, set on the haunted frontier of DEADLANDS, the award-winning game from Pinnacle Entertainment Group.

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 Seanan McGuire

Author’s Bio

Seanan McGuire was born in Martinez, California, and raised in a wide variety of locations, most of which boasted some sort of dangerous native wildlife. Despite her almost magnetic attraction to anything venomous, she somehow managed to survive long enough to acquire a typewriter, a reasonable grasp of the English language, and the desire to combine the two. The fact that she wasn’t killed for using her typewriter at three o’clock in the morning is probably more impressive than her lack of death by spider-bite.

Often described as a vortex of the surreal, many of Seanan’s anecdotes end with things like “and then we got the anti-venom” or “but it’s okay, because it turned out the water wasn’t that deep.” She has yet to be defeated in a game of “Who here was bitten by the strangest thing?,” and can be amused for hours by almost anything. “Almost anything” includes swamps, long walks, long walks in swamps, things that live in swamps, horror movies, strange noises, musical theater, reality TV, comic books, finding pennies on the street, and venomous reptiles. Seanan may be the only person on the planet who admits to using Kenneth Muir’s Horror Films of the 1980s as a checklist.

Seanan is the author of the October Daye urban fantasies, the InCryptid urban fantasies, and several other works both stand-alone and in trilogies or duologies. In case that wasn’t enough, she also writes under the pseudonym “Mira Grant.” For details on her work as Mira, check out MiraGrant.com.

In her spare time, Seanan records CDs of her original filk music (see the Albums page for details). She is also a cartoonist, and draws an irregularly posted autobiographical web comic, “With Friends Like These…”, as well as generating a truly ridiculous number of art cards. Surprisingly enough, she finds time to take multi-hour walks, blog regularly, watch a sickening amount of television, maintain her website, and go to pretty much any movie with the words “blood,” “night,” “terror,” or “attack” in the title. Most people believe she doesn’t sleep.

Seanan lives in an idiosyncratically designed labyrinth in the Pacific Northwest, which she shares with her cats, Alice and Thomas, a vast collection of creepy dolls and horror movies, and sufficient books to qualify her as a fire hazard. She has strongly-held and oft-expressed beliefs about the origins of the Black Death, the X-Men, and the need for chainsaws in daily life.

Years of writing blurbs for convention program books have fixed Seanan in the habit of writing all her bios in the third person, so as to sound marginally less dorky. Stress is on the “marginally.” It probably doesn’t help that she has so many hobbies.

Seanan was the winner of the 2010 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, and her novel Feed (as Mira Grant) was named as one of Publishers Weekly’s Best Books of 2010. In 2013 she became the first person ever to appear five times on the same Hugo Ballot.

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My Review

5 stars

Annie Pearl is the keeper of the freaks and oddities. With the help of her seven year old daughter Adeline, they have created a place for themselves in The Blackstone Family Circus and Traveling Wonder Show. This is not an easy life and there are times that Adeline and Annie have gone hungry. But they have found a family that cares for them. But Annie has a past and is on the run from her husband. And after all of these years he gets wind of where she is and goes on the hunt to bring her back home where she belongs.

The Circus season is about to end and The Blackstone Family Circus has had a rough year. But there are rumors that there is a place in Oregon call The Clearing and circuses have been known to make a lot of money from there. There are also stories of others circuses that have never been heard from after going to The Clearing. But they decide to risk it. When they pull into town Annie has a feeling that this is a trap and it is. There is more to The Clearing than they know.

I love the October Daye books, and really need to catch up on them. So, when I saw this story was written by Seanan McGuire I couldn’t respond fast enough to review this book. I loved Annie. She was a society girl that got married to a monster. She was so scared for Adeline’s life and her own that she takes the girl and runs away from home. Over the years she has grown and become a strong woman. She takes care of all these dangerous creatures and has created a home for Adeline.

I loved The Clearing. It really shows how not everything is as it looks. It’s twisted and full of horrible creatures. The townspeople and Michael are about just as evil and they get what they deserve. But the best part was Annie realizing how the circus has become her home and seeing how Adeline is going to be a strong woman with some special talents.

I loved this story. Emily Bauer narrated it and brought it to life. I could easily tell the differences in characters and she was so clear that I had no trouble hearing what was going on. She truly breathed life into this story. I have not heard of the Deadlands series but now I’m really curious to check the rest of the books out. I think I’m going to enjoy them since the first book, Ghostwalkers is written by another favorite author, Jonathan Maberry. I now have another series to add to the shelves.

I received Deadlands: Boneyard from MacMillan Audio for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.

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Awoke: The Wanted Series

Book Details:

Book Title: Awoke (The Want Series) by K.T. Conte
Category: YA Fiction; 324 pages
Genre: Fantasy/Paranormal Romance
Publisher: SugarCane Publishing
Release date: October 2017
Format available for review: print & ebook (mobi, ePub, PDF)
Will ship print books to: Internationally
Tour dates: Sept 25 to Oct 27, 2017
Content Rating: PG-13 (mainly bad language)

Book Description:

Katya leads a normal life any teenager would be envious of – popular, pretty and dating the high school elite. Not she enjoys the spotlight, mind you. She wants everyone to believe she is normal.

But when Katya sees the real reason behind the earthquakes plaguing everyone in Boston, the truth rattles and shatters the perfect normal illusion Katya created for herself. An ability to see unearthly creatures and manipulate waves of life energy labels her as anything but normal. And it’s an ability that attracts unwanted and dangerous attention.

She reluctantly finds herself in the company of Gregor, a handsome member of an international spirit military team called the Kyrios. Her simple decision to help thrusts Katya in a world of the undead spirits, betrayal and a perpetual battle between undead monsters and the wardens that keep them in their place.

Katya must decide whether she values the simple and easy life she created for herself over the complex and difficult world now asking her to stand and fight.

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K.T. Conte is a lover of books, people and all things wild and crazy. She received her B.A. in English from Boston College and her law degree from Suffolk University Law School. While she has and continues to be a licensed attorney, her first love has always been books from the tender age of 2. Originally from Massachusetts, K.T. currently lives in New York City with the monsters in the closet, her husband Everett, a couple of building fairies and her dog, Champ.

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 Guest Post

What FanFiction Taught Me as a Writer

It didn’t hit me that I could even consider myself to be a writer until I started writing fanfiction. Uh oh. Fanfiction? Really? Yes, really.

Fanfiction seems to be a dirty word in the writing community but I’m not ashamed to say that I got my start there. One day, I was extremely stressed out about taking the bar exam and I just took this question I had about inputting an original character into one of my favorite books and tried it out. To say I was nervous would be an understatement. I had never shared my writing before like this.

Writing was never an available profession to me. As a first-generation Haitian-American, the running joke is you only have three choices for a career: Doctor, Lawyer or Engineer. Though I had been writing since I was in high school, I never understood it as a viable choice for me. I went to law school and did what I had to do.

But once I clicked submit to that fanfic story and I started getting reviews, favorable reviews from readers all over the globe, I was surprised. And it fed me the confidence I needed to continue to write it and finish the story. I am still amazed that people flagged me as one of their favorite authors or that my story was a favorite of theirs. I am not saying it was remotely legendary writing. I actually looked back on it recently and tore into it because I noticed so many things I could do better. But it only showed me that I had grown as a writer.

Never did I think I had the chops, the raw chops, to write a story people would enjoy. I proved myself wrong by taking a chance. Had I not done that, I would never have explored the idea of the Want Series. So I am grateful for platforms like fanfiction.net for giving people a chance who may not have the confidence to write on their own but still allows them to refine their craft anyway.

I also want to thank the very first reviewer I got for my story who told me, “…got half way through the first chapter then had to stop…a f@#$^ black chick? just…no…”

Thanks for being a jerk and pushing me to finish my story. Your bigotry launched my crusade for better representation! Hope you’re proud!

My Review

5 Stars

Katya is trying to have a normal life as a typical teenager and tries to ignore the visions of creatures that others cannot see. One night she goes to a party with her best friend, Amie and encourages her to hook up with a hot guy that rejects her. Katya goes after the guy to put in her two cents when she stumbles upon a strange interaction then wakes in her bed with Gregor next to her.It seems being around Gregor has unleashed her abilities. Kat quickly finds herself in a world with monsters and those that fight to keep them in their place. It seems that these monsters are also causing the strange quakes felt in the Live Realm. Kat is going to have to go through a lot of training to get her abilities ready to fight with.

I really enjoyed this story. You have a typical teen that just wants to be typical, not to see the creatures that no one else does. Although she is reluctant to go on this adventure, she is willing to fight to keep those she cares for safe. I love Gregor. He is tough, quick to temper, and yet has a sweet spot for Kat.

This is a beautifully developed world with lots of characters. They are introduced at a pace that does not leave you make notes to figure out who is who. I loved the story, there is lots of action, and an ending that will leave you wanting book two to see what happens next.

I really enjoyed this book and recommend it to any that like Fantasy YA. You will not be disappointed.

I received Awoke from iRead Book Tours for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.

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The American Plan

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The American Plan by David Weisberg

A daring and disturbing tale of survival set in Cuba and South Florida during the 1950s and early 60’s, embracing both the breadth of historical fiction and the intimate intensity of a psychological suspense novel, The American Plan is a vertiginous ride through the mid-century American psyche.

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 David Weisberg

Author’s Bio

David Weisberg is a teacher, playwright, critic and fiction writer. He has taught at Hunter College in New York City, the University of Delaware, and Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. He is the author of Chronicles of Disorder, a groundbreaking study of the works of Samuel Beckett in the context of the vehement cultural and aesthetic polemics of mid-century Europe. His shorter works have appeared in The Albuquerque Alibi, The Tennessee Review, The Mississippi Review, Nepantla: Views from the South, Libido, Nerve.com and other journals. His play, Totem and Taboo, premiered February 2016 at the Central Works Theater in Berkeley, CA.

The American Plan, his first novel, is the inaugural volume of a projected three- novel series chronicling the rise and fall of a fictional region of sun-belt America, from the Korean War through the financial debacle of 2008.

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My Review

5 stars

Philip Narby has a secret, he is a deserter from the Korean War. He has been hiding out in Cuba and with the news of the war being over he is planning on sneaking back into America with the other returned soldiers, if he can survive that long in pre-revolutionary Cuba. Philip has some issues but still finds his way back to Florida. He finds love with a New York painter, Willa Branton, and lives with the Jim Crow laws in Florida in the 1950’s and 60’s. He will also live through the issues of Cuban immigrants, land development, and many other events during this time period.

I’m sorry to admit that I don’t know much about the Korean War and the south during the 50’s and 60’s. My history teacher focused so much on World War II that we never progressed from there and I’m not a history buff. I knew of some of these events, the Jim Crow laws and such, but reading them in this book really opened my eyes. I love when a story is based around real life events like The American Plan. This helps to draw me into the fights and leave me wanting to learn more about this time period.

The American Plan is the first in a trilogy and it is a great introduction. I loved all the history. I can’t wait to see where the next two books are going to take me.

I received The American Plan from Wildbound PR for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.

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Shadowchild
by Matthew Williams
Genre: Horror
In 1629 something visited the parish of Feckenham. The events that
followed were so terrifying that they never gained their place in the
history books.

Now in 2008, something seems to be wrong with Marie Watson’s young
children.
Her father won’t believe her and her mother is nearing the end of her
tether.
Marie feels utterly alone.
But is she?

 My Review

5 stars

This story bounces between three time periods. We start in 1629 as an evil takes possession of the prisoners and turns them against the guards and those that have imprisoned them. A little girl that is so much more makes a stand with those that think they rule. Then we come to 2008 and a family that has moved into a house where strange things start happening.

I loved this story. It instantly sucked me in with prisoners revolting, the evil ruling them, and wouldn’t let me go until the very last word. I love me some horror and this is a fresh take on the genera. I was kept guessing, genuinely scared and enthralled with the gore and violence.

You have a wonderfully developed history with the evil, how it has reared its ugly face so many years later, and how it has come back to torment a new family. There are twists and turns that will throw you off and keep you guessing.

If you love horror, this is the book for you. This is my first story from Matthew Williams but it with not be my last.

The Shady Corner
by Matthew Williams
Genre: Horror
A shady corner in life can be a dark and mysterious place, but in the
shady corners of the mind, the mystery and darkness know no
bounds!

In a struggle with his conscience and haunted by images of murder, David
is given a choice to right the wrongs of his past.
Can he cheat fate and avoid his future? Or is the evil that dwells within
him more than it seems?
Only one thing is certain . . .
Fate can be cruel, but true evil can be brutal!

  My Review

5 stars

We start this story with David and his family. They go out to eat and next thing he knows. David is being yelled at by his wife for almost killing someone and scaring their kids to death. The problem is that David doesn’t remember what happened and starts second guessing themselves. Then David starts having nightmare of violence and blood. As the story progresses we start learning more about David and his evilness.I loved Shadowchild and couldn’t wait to get into The Shady Corner. Although I might have had an idea where I though this book was going, I was completely wrong. There were twists and turns to this story that kept me off balance and kept me guessing what was going to happen next.

I love horror stories and those that give me the shivers are the best. Matthew Williams has a way of writing that makes this story fresh and scary as heck. I strongly recommend checking him out if you like gruesome horror stories. I hope he has more books on the way.

Born in 1975, Matthew Williams has been a keen fan of the
horror/thriller/fantasy genres for as long as he can remember.
Whether it’s a film, a TV series, or a novel; he is drawn to all
the different aspects of these genres. Mainly it’s the complexities
and the mysteries that can be expressed with freedom and imagination
that he enjoys the most.

A fan of authors such as Stephen King, James Herbert, Dean Koontz,
Richard Layman – to name but a few!
A fan of TV shows such as Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Breaking
Bad, American Horror Story – to name but a few!
A fan of films such as Saw, Seven, Eden Lake, The Descent, Quarantine,
Skeleton Key, The Sixth Sense – to name but a few!
Matthew now has a small body of work of his own with ‘The Shady Corner’
and ‘Shadowchild’ only the beginning of what he is determined to
grow into an extensive collection of horror/thriller fiction novels.
 
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