.SUBMISSION GUIDELINES FOR REVIEWS- Please be advised I am not taking any requests until 2015 due to ongoing illness. Please check back then to see if this has changed.only those I have agreed to before this will be reviewed Follow These Rules Exactly. Book Reviews here are my personal opinion only. I do not receive payment for reviews only digital copies or physical copies of the books to review. I also may review a copy I receive from the library or buy. I like paranormal, thriller, mystery, drama, human interest, intrigue etc. Let's face it most books. I do not read most science fiction but do make exceptions. I never read erotica, or extreme gore/ and language. I can only read one to two books weekly and review when writing myself. If you would like to have your book reviewed email me lilybrooksfield@gmail.com Preference given to Indie writers, (Ebooks preferred e-pub or kindle formats.)NO HATE MAIL Please do no contact me repeatedly, when finished I will email you. I grade from 1 to 5 stars, 5☆ being the best simply because I enjoyed the well-crafted story .I post to Amazon , if book is available there or Smashwords but only if provided link. Sometimes I will choose not to post a review if the book is unreadable or would score 1 or 2 ☆. Thank-you.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The Drorgon's Slayer's Choice

The Drorgon's Slayer's Choice 
By Tahlia Newland

Julia finds hits her head and that is when her journey begins learning about the Gods and their purpose and how she could help. This is a story of renewal and romance as Julia is offered her heart’s desire but must prove that she is worthy of it. An enchanting story the reader can really enjoy from the beginning to the end. 
★★★★ stars out of 5 ★★★★

Monday, November 28, 2011

Review Chill Run

read the first three chapters here http://www.russellparkway.com/

Review of Chill Run 
by Russell Brooks
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      Chill Run is an action packed thriller with a captivating and complex story that keeps the reader on the edge of their seat.
Eddie the main character is the average guy he’s struggling in his twenties and getting a lot of flak from family about his ambitions. He’s a writer who is finding it hard to break the glass ceiling to get his book published. His parents think he’s wasting his time writing and should go to school like his sister Denise whose is going to Harvard medical in January.
Eddie’s friend and roommate Corey, and Corey’s girlfriend Jordyn; think he should stage an event to get publishers interested in publishing his book. Eddie at first thinks it is a foolish idea but when Eddie loses his job, fights with his parents, and worries about rent money he is much more receptive to Corey and Jordyn's idea to get his book published. Jordyn uses her connections to set Eddie up with a celebrity, however things go horribly wrong for him when the client turns out to be suicidal and ends up revealing to Eddie details of a billion dollar financial fraud scheme.
 Remorseful Eddie confesses all about his media idea and goes in the washroom to cancel the expose but while he’s there two men kill his client. The next thing Eddie know he is on the run with Corey and then Jordyn from cops and the bad guys. To prove his innocence and save their lives he must remember a five minute conversation with the dead client and unravel secrets. I just could put this book down as I wanted to find out what would happen next to Eddie.
I fell in love with the main character and his friends Corey and Jordyn and hope that the writer will choose to make these characters into a series of books as they are exceptional rich characters I’d like to get to know even better. I have a new favourite thriller writer.
5 stars ★★★★★ out of five stars ★★★★★

Other books available by Russell

Pandora's Succession  and Cover for 'Unsavory Delicacies'
Available at Bookbuzz and Smashwords

Russell’s website: www.russellparkway.com

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Review- The Santa Shop

The Santa Shop (The Santa Conspiracy)
Review The Santa Shop by Tim Greaton

I love holiday stories well written ones touch the heart and make you think and The Santa Shop by Tim Greaton is no exception. This story is a charming heartwarming Christmas story that will make you weep and smile with joy. Written in the first person you see the world completely from the view of this broken homeless man Skip. Your heart will be in your mouth throughout the story as you feel everything this character feels. I don’t want to give too much away so I’ll just say read this story you’ll be glad you did.
I highly recommend this book.
5 stars ★★★★★out of 5★★★★★