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Posts Tagged ‘Southwest Book Reviews

Triumph of the Wizard King by Chad Corrie

March 21, 2022

Triumph of the Wizard King by Chad Corrie is the last book in The Wizard King Trilogy. I read the first two books of this series last summer. The first was on my big vacation and since I was getting married, I saved the last one for our first Honeymoon. I can not say this […]

Red Pill Blue Pill by David Neiwert

February 10, 2022

Are you looking for a scary non-fiction book? Red Pill Blue Pill by David Neiwert might be scarier than half of the horror novels I have read over the last decade. This book dives into the origin of Conspiracy Theories, why they are a bigger problem currently than ever before, and perhaps how we can […]

Cyberfunk edited by Milton J. Davis

January 17, 2022

The Cyberpunk anthology Cyberfunk which was edited by Milton J. Davis was recommended to me by one of my friends living in Boston. Cyberfunk is an anthology which explores the paths Cyberpunk heroes and villains can take with an Afrocentric flavor. Nineteen Black Speculative Fiction authors came together under Milton’s guidance and produced the entertaining […]

Get 10,000+ Twitter Followers by Cathy Turney

December 30, 2021

I knew a gal who found a great book to help her get to a new level on Twitter. Unfortunately, I quickly discovered Get 10,000+ Twitter Followers by Cathy Turney must not have been it. I had a bad gut reaction to this book, but bought it anyway, I will try not to do that […]

Canyon Calls by Michael Just

December 15, 2021

Canyon Calls by Michael Just is a fiction anthology which focuses on events occurring in and on the edge of the Grand Canyon. This smaller than average sized book contains nine stories and I enjoyed them all. There were not any real stickers here and the author kept up a steady level of quality throughout […]

The Bone Maker by Sarah Beth Hurst

December 9, 2021

The Bone Maker by Sarah Beth Hurst is an innovative fantasy novel set in a world where magic can only be controlled through bones. The Bone Workers are rare, but these adepts can use bones to create moving constructs, foretell the future, and create heroic actions such and great speed and strength. Genre:  Fantasy Publisher: […]

The Plague by Albert Camus

November 29, 2021

The Plague was written by the introspective Algerian author, Albert Camus. Camus is a well-respected author from the first half of the 20th century. I had never read anything by him, and since we are still living through a pandemic, I figured why not read his classic work, The Plague. Genre:  Literary Fiction Publisher: The […]

The Atheist Handbook to the Old Testament by Joshua Bowen

November 12, 2021

The Atheist Handbook to the Old Testament by Joshua Bowen is an extensive review of the first half of the Old Testament. I first learned of this publication when Bowen was interviewed by atheist YouTuber Shannon Q. The interview impressed me and since I have been debating theists lately, I went ahead and ordered myself […]

YouTube Secrets by Sean Cannell and Benji Travis

October 14, 2021

In a rare twist of fate, I decided to order books online. Since I was already getting a few books, I tossed YouTube Secrets by Sean Cannell and Benji Travis into my purchase. Just a quick background on my interest levels here. I’ve been involved with the team of comedians called Search Truth Quest and […]

Our Lady of the Ice by Cassandra Rose Clarke

October 4, 2021

Not long ago I looked through the books I had been sent to review and pulled some of the more promising out and made a pile. Our Lady of the Ice by Cassandra Rose Clarke was on the top and, apparently, I had chosen well, for this was one of the best books to review […]