Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Random Thoughts and Incidents Review

Random Thoughts & Incidents

By P.J. Quinn and Eric Addams

Have you ever had a day that you thought was a dream, and the next day you had no way to prove it really happened? Have you ever gone out with a woman that you met online, just to find out that she's a little "too" interesting? Have you ever had a text conversation with a woman, that didn't go as planned? Women, have you ever met a man online and talked to him for a while, hit it off, but were scared to meet him because of some strange things he said? Have you ever had a guy cheat on you, for no reason, except to prove a point? Are you, or someone you know, in a long term relationship that resembles a marriage, yet the man doesn't want to make it official? If you answered yes to any of these, then this book is for you. And if you answered no, then this book will show you some of the crazy things that happen in other people's lives. “Random Thoughts & Incidents.” This book is going to make you think, make you laugh, and make you cry from laughing so hard. There's also the possibility that this book will make you angry. If you take something personally, it’s probably about you. If you take something away from it, then we did our job. If you take nothing away from it, then we still did our job because at least you read it. Enjoy it, love it, or hate it. It's all up to you.

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MY HONEST REVIEW OF Random Thoughts

This book is exactly as the title says, the author’s random thoughts, mostly of the erotic nature. It actually gives insight into his type of personality, mainly the way a man perceives relationships, or the interaction of male vs. female. I thought most was straightforward. Men view women sexually, first and foremost. It was evident to me that the author was more than a bit jaded. I did appreciate the few times that he agreed with the female point of view.

Although this book could be considered erogenous reading, I wasn’t offended. In fact, I enjoyed the humorous element of most of it. But I understand it’s not for everyone and could be offensive to some, women especially. If you take it as it is, just someone’s rambling, it could be considered entertaining. 

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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Mars at Midnight Book Review

Mars at Midnight: A Detective Ace Sloan Mystery

By William Graham

Detective Achilles "Ace" Sloan ("The Red Planet Murders") returns in this exciting and compelling murder mystery from author William Graham. Set on the Martian colonies in the 22nd century, Detective Sloan must solve the murders of two immigrant women found buried in the Martian dunes and of a famous college professor. What is the connection between the murders? Sloan and his rookie colleague Detective Kate Hammer uncover a secret political conspiracy as they try to solve the crimes. This work is fast-paced thriller with a political edge to it.

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MY HONEST REVIEW OF Mars at Midnight

Life on Mars is not perfect. The rich use the poor for menial jobs, or as their servants. When a young girl is found dead in the desert dunes, it’s up to Detective Ace Sloan to solve the murder. When he connects the case to another death, he discovers a hidden agenda that will further separate the affluent and the lower ranked people of Mars.


I really liked the character of Ace Sloan. He brought depth to the story. It’s sad to think that prejudice would follow humanity all the way to another planet, but I guess that’s just human nature. The description of the Mars environment had me imagining how it would truly look with humans living there. I’m not sure I would like it myself.

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Monday, February 8, 2016

Life On Base: Quantico Cave Review

Life on Base: Quantico Cave

By Tom and Nancy Wise

For Stephen, his life on base is much the same as most other children’s. The difference is in the details. Look both ways before crossing a tank path and be sure to check if the spent bullet casings you find in the long-abandoned trenches are actually empty. Sports stop at the sound of the evening trumpet call as he and his friends stand at attention while the flag is retired. Quantico Cave is a story of friendship and competition, and when Stephen meets up with a friend he once knew at a previous home station, the contest hits a whole new level that places everyone at risk.

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MY HONEST REVIEW OF Life on Base

Steven has been a military brat his entire life, and life on the base is the only life he’s ever known. His latest home base is at Quantico. After a storm moves through the area, Steven finds a cave, which will later cause a climactic event to happen involving him and his friends.


I have never been an army brat, but was always fascinated with that type of life. This gave me an inside view of the upside of growing up in that environment, as well as the downside. The characters were fun to get to know. I really enjoyed how the author captured the nature and activities of boys of that age group. Growing up a tomboy myself, it brought back those memories of my own. This is a read all adolescents would enjoy.

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Sunday, February 7, 2016

Zazzle Sale on Sesame Street Merchandise

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Sesame Street had its season premier on HBO mid-January, and their products have become quite a hit. The Zazzle Sesame Street store has all your favorite characters on the best products, and a 20% off discount.

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Saturday, February 6, 2016

The Creature of the Wildcard Review

The Creature of the Wildcard

By John Fischer

Alaric Fischer was born into the promise of eternity. An artist and highly advanced dreamer of things to come, he built a small empire around his artwork. Yet hungry for things that come from beyond, he loses sight of the natural world. Entering the road to tame his delusions, he is faced with the challenge of altering the course of reality. The opponent of death becomes a matter of reinventing the wheel on the level of a cosmic chess board. Coming closer to define an alternative to existence, Alaric discovers he is the artificial intelligence of an author gone mad with the game of God. What comes of these dreams that soar through the soul of devouring one meager life may have a hunger for all of mankind. He who writes of the weather controls the course of human evolution.
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MY HONEST REVIEW OF The Creature of the Wildcard

This was the most confusing book I have ever read. The story follows Alaric Fischer as he dissects his dreams and imaginations. I couldn’t tell if he was a real person, or just a type of existence of some sort, but I think that’s the way the author intended. He was vain, and had a God-complex, to say the least. He often compared himself to Alice finding herself in the looking glass. At least that I understood!


The author used vivid descriptions throughout, and I liked that. But there were so many allegories that my eyes glazed many times over. It made the read go from vaguely interesting to boring very quickly. Once more characters were introduced, it gave me motivation to read to the end. I would have to say that the last third of the book is what made it a story worth reading.

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