Sunday, 19 September 2021

{Sunday Post} - Fire and Blood, Star Trek: Coda, and Retrograde

Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer!

Good Morning, Everyone! 

 

This past week went by super fast. Not a whole lot happened, except for the $20 Walmart-brand coffee machine quit, and I had to replace it with a $35 Farberware. So far, so great! It brews a cup of coffee in about a minute. Besides finding the purple Halloween t-shirt in my size, my week has been incredibly normal.

Friday, 17 September 2021

{The Friday 56} - Star Trek: Coda: Moments Asunder

Rules

Grab any book.
Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader.
Find any sentence (or more). Just don't spoil it.
Post it.
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La Forge knew better than to push that particular line of discussion any further, always careful to respect her need to maintain confidentiality with respect to the crew and whomever she might see as a patient.

page 56, "Star Trek: Coda: Moments Asunder" by Dayton Ward



My Thoughts

Besides the cool-looking cover, I don't have any thoughts on Star Trek: Coda: Moments Asunder. Why is this? It's because I received a review copy this afternoon from Gallery Books and haven't had any time to look at it. I do know it's a three-part crossover series featuring characters from The Next Generation and DS9. I'm not for sure if any Voyager characters appear, but I wouldn't be surprised. 





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Thursday, 16 September 2021

[Review] - The Tinderbox by Beverly Lewis


I mainly read horror books throughout my teenage years. In my 20's, I switched to Amish fiction after accidentally stumbling upon The Covenant by Beverly Lewis. Shortly later, I hunted down The Heritage of Lancaster County Trilogy at a now-defunct Barnes & Noble store. In the years following, I continued to read each new book by her. As the Amish genre increased, I started reading other authors. However, Beverly Lewis is by far my favorite Amish fiction writer. My reading tastes have changed over the last few years, and I read less and less of this genre. However, I still buy each new Beverly Lewis title, though it's been a long time since I've read one. Well, that is until I dusted off the paperback copy of The Tinderbox that's been sitting on my desk for way too long.

Monday, 13 September 2021

[Review] - Evil Seeds: The Ultimate Movie Guide to Villainous Children





Something's wrong with the children. They're murdering classmates, torturing parents, speaking in tongues, drinking human blood, and practicing black magic. Your offspring is on the rise, their blood no longer innocent. There will be casualties, and you may be among them.

Sunday, 12 September 2021

{Sunday Post} - 007, Paul of Dune, and The Book Binder's Daughter

Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer!

Good Morning, Everyone! 

 

I hope everyone had a good Labor Day. I never do anything special for Labor Day. It's just another day for me. 

Saturday, 11 September 2021

[Review] - More Than Meets the Eye by Karen Witemeyer


It might seem odd for a heterosexual male to like romance novels, but the truth is many men enjoy reading romantic tales, and I happen to be one of them. My preferred romance setting is in the nineteenth century. Don't ask me why because I cannot give you a specific reason. There's just something about the 1800s that resonates with me. I used to read many, and I mean way too many, of these books. Eventually, I became burnt out with romances and switched to other genres. Now, I'm back reading (and reviewing) several romantic novels that have been sitting on my desk for way too long.