Historical, Review

The Beauty Doctor by Elizabeth Hutchison Bernard

The year is 1907. Women still wear their hair over layers of padding, they wear corsets and covers, which require a maid to help with dressing, they have no recourse when it comes to homeliness or when a small facial defect assumes huge proportions in a young woman's mind. Make-up is minimal or non-existent in… Continue reading The Beauty Doctor by Elizabeth Hutchison Bernard

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Horror, Review

The Cellar by Richard Laymon – Beast House Book 1

Donna Hayes is a sweet-natured woman with a monstrous ex-husband and an entertaining teenage daughter, Sandy. The day Donna finds out he is freed from prison she hits the road, taking Sandy and running as fast as she can. Roy Hayes truly is an undisguised horror, released upon the world and is now hunting his… Continue reading The Cellar by Richard Laymon – Beast House Book 1

Fantasy, Review, Young Adult

The Collar & Cavvarach by Annie Douglass Lima – Krillonian Chronicles Book 1

The collar around Bensin's neck announces to all that he is a lowly slave, downtrodden, abused by owners, and sold as those owners see fit. There is no going out in public without a Pass from the owner. Clothing, used or very used, is at the discretion of the owner. Meals are also dictated by… Continue reading The Collar & Cavvarach by Annie Douglass Lima – Krillonian Chronicles Book 1

Review

Featured Author: Michael McLellan

  Michael's love of books began with Beverly Cleary's The Mouse and the Motorcycle when he was seven years old. Later influenced by the works of John Steinbeck, Harper Lee, Stephen King, and Cormac McCarthy, Michael developed his style of storytelling. A self-proclaimed blue-collar writer, he draws on his experience and observations to bring relevant… Continue reading Featured Author: Michael McLellan