Daily Blog #394: Book Review of American Offline Book Series by William H. Weber

Greetings and Salutations, Blog Readers! Today we are reviewing a book series, one I am eager to see the next book in. Normally, I would review one book at a time in the series, but these three books all take place pretty back-to-back and, since I have something like 10 other books I need to …

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Daily Blog #388: Review of “No Other Choice”, Book Two in the Fall of Houston Book Series by T. L. Payne

Greetings and Salutations, Blog Readers! Today we are continuing in our reviews of the Fall of Houston Book Series by T. L. Payne. This book picks up where the last one left off, and, having read the entire series, I can say confidently, begins fully building with where this book series is going, and where …

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Daily Blog #382: Book Review of “Brutal Business” Book Three in The Mad Mick Series By: Franklin Horton

Greetings and Salutations, Blog Readers! As you know, we are reviewing each book in The Mad Mick series, and this one was fucking awesome, and honestly may have been one of my favorites. Cover of the book: Brutal Business by Franklin Horton, book three in The Mad Mick Series True to Franklin Horton’s unique writing …

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Daily Blog #368: Book Review of “Hunted” Days of Want Series Book Two by T.L. Payne

Greetings and Salutations, Blog Readers! Today we are back with another book review, the second book in the Days of Want Series by T.L. Payne, “Hunted”. (Quick disclaimer here from editing Abbi, I know I just posted the first book review, but as I will discuss in the third book review blog for this series, …

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