Happy Wednesday, fellow reading addicts!

So if you saw last week’s email, you knew I was heading for an eye exam. I could barely see for close to 8 hours after it, so got very little work done that day, but it is what it is. I didn’t have anything new wrong with my eyes, but like typical specialists “oh we know there’s an existing problem, we want to see you yearly.” Apparently, they think money grows on trees. Don’t they know not all of us are doctors who make bank each year?

I recently bbinge-watcheda bunch of shows while working on graphics or websites. I’ve been on a zombie/horror kick of late, so watched all of Santa Clarita Diet (hilariously gruesome and just laugh worthy), Daybreak (also fun to watch with a decent story that breaks the 4th wall often) and then Choose or Die. I also had to watch all of PIcard so I wouldn’t have it spoiled for me. I’m hopng to see Dr. Strange and the Multiverse of Madness in the next week or two – also to avoid spoilers.

Are there any movies or TV shows you are looking forward to this year?

We have some fantastic books for you to enjoy this week. Check them out below and remember, leaving a review helps!​​​

Enjoy and happy reading!

This Week’s Special Deals

The Empress’ Spy Complete Series Boxed Set

What if you were given an offer you shouldn’t refuse?

Seraphina Waters craves the opportunity to protect Bethany Anne’s growing Etheric Empire.

Thrown a lifeline when she needs it most, she’s given a chance to prove herself.

If she can.

Pulled into alien politics, and a life beyond her imagination, Phina might just have a chance to have the one thing she’s always wanted.

Now, she just needs to pull it off without getting killed.

Included in this boxed set:

  1. Diplomatic Recruit
  2. Diplomatic Crisis
  3. Diplomatic Resurgence
  4. Diplomatic Agent

Go Up and click ‘Buy Now’ or ‘Read for Free’ in Kindle Unlimited to get this 4-book boxed set and join Phina on her journey. follow a young woman unleashed against the threats of the Empire!

Note: You are heading to the edge of the space map where danger lies, your only clue a note written that warns, “Here be dragons.”

The first group are the dragons of cursing. This series is part of a universe where cursing is not only accepted but encouraged to be as creative as possible. Some dragons of cursing in this series are small and some are full grown, but they all could pose a barrier to those who find cursing dragons to be offensive.

The second group are the dragons of violence. The dragons of violence in this book are relatively young, but they grow as the series progresses. They make no apologies for staring you in the face while they kick the asses of those who find injustice acceptable.

The last group are the dragons of abuse. The dragons of abuse in this book are mental and emotionally related, but they still exist to nibble at the unwary traveler’s defenses.

If these dangerous dragons intimidate you, best you stay clear. There will always be dragons at the edge of the map.

Cain and the Cauldron

Someone stole the Cauldron of Rebirth from Eden.

With it comes the power to resurrect anyone from the past.

We thought we defeated these villains for good.

Can we possibly stop them all now that they’re back and working together?

I have a patient who may be able to help. If I ask, her, I’ll have to cross a line I swore I never would.

What good is it for a man to gain the whole world if he forfeits his soul?

That principle makes sense. But I’m not trying to gain the world. I’m trying to save it.

The cost may still be my soul.

But I don’t think I have any other choice.

Neodymium Exodus

A blend of hard biomedical science fiction with multicultural fantasy, Neodymium Exodus combines the introspection of classics like Perelandra with the vibrant boldness of modern best-sellers like This Alien Shore and Space Opera.

Lem’s a mace-wielding teen space-ninja in a universe of sentient insectoids, purple jungles, and insane electromagnetic fields. She solves most problems by hitting harder, and never plays by her enemy’s rules—until Jared Diebol captures her.

Diebol is the rising leader of an army uniting the galaxy by force. He believes that the violent energy being Njande has “contaminated” Lem and her friends from another dimension to conquer the matter-based universe. Diebol’s army usually kills contaminated people—but he vows to cure Lem.

When Diebol kidnaps Lem’s family, he forces her to choose between the matter beings she loves and the energy person she adores. If Lem rejects Diebol’s cure, her family dies—but if Lem cuts out Njande’s energy, she opens our universe to a much darker thermodynamic attack.

Thin Moon and Cold Mist

New York Times bestselling author and historian Kathleen O’Neal Gear turns her considerable skills towards a tale of the American Civil War told through the eyes of a female spy.

In May 1864, Robin Walkingstick Heatherton, a beautiful young woman of half-Cherokee descent, has again disguised herself as a Union soldier and infiltrated the Union Army in order to spy for the Confederacy.

Union Army Major Thomas Corley, obsessed with Robin ever since her espionage activities caused the death of his brother, has offered $1000 in gold for information leading to her capture; he also has vowed to track her down and kill her himself. When her Confederate soldier husband is executed by firing squad at Corley’s command, Robin flees Virginia with their five-year-old son, Jeremy, for the West.

En route, she wins a mining claim in the Colorado Territory, only to find out that it has already been settled by the bushy-bearded Garrison Parker, a Union Army hero. Eventually, the two fall in love, but Garrison must make a fateful decision: whether to reveal Robin’s possible involvement in one of the most shocking events in American history…

“A superb novel.” — Rocky Mountain News

The Menace


In touristy Peachtree Heights, Georgia, a string of presumably accidental deaths of area physicians rouses the suspicions of Police Chief Blake Cutter. But the former big-city cop’s attempts to warn Dr. Roy Ryan are viewed by his estranged wife as an attempt to muddy the waters of a custody battle over the couple’s young son, Richie.

Too late to do anything more, a small, incredibly powerful creature emerges from the night to brave the walls of the doctor’s compound, terrorizing the family and any and all police guarding them. The menace is suddenly real, and those physicians’ deaths are anything but accidental.

And when young Richie’s archeologist uncle gives the boy a grisly birthday present—an actual Aztec mummy!—the child begins to think the long-dead corpse is his friend, one who is still-breathing …

Mickey Spillane was the best-selling American mystery writer of the 20th Century. From an unproduced Spillane screenplay, his chosen successor, Max Allan Collins, has fashioned this compelling thriller.

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