Can you believe September’s tomorrow? Summer’s basically over. I can’t believe we’re already in our last three months of the year.
Did you know this is not the only place I review books? I contribute reviews for the Independent Book Review. So far, there’s one review of mine posted about Eric Butler’s The Pope Lick Creek Massacre. If you’re into horror, I highly recommend it.
As you look into this post’s book haul, I indulged myself in more of John Allison’s Giant Days. Plus, I found a special gem: The Umbrella Academy. I’ve been listening to My Chemical Romance since high school (2003), and I had no idea lead singer Gerard Way wrote comics (mind blown). Way’s series is freaking fantastic. I only decided to read Umbrella Academy after seeing the season two trailer on Netflix.
Anywho, here’s my book haul of July & August 2020. And yes, there’s more bigfoot erotica. They were…not so good (lol). If you ever thought of publishing your own romance (or erotica) short stories on Amazon, I do recommend Hope Ford’s The Short Story Romance Handbook. It’s a short guide, but valuable.
- Falling for the Australian Billionaires by Shae Sullivan (3/5 stars)
- A Ghost’s Comfort by Christie Sims (3/5 stars)
- Lure of the Dragon by Anna Lowe (4/5 stars)
- Sasquatch Loves Moms by Krystal Gaze (1/5 stars)
- She Came Upon a Yeti: Taken by Clementine Le Bas (1/5 stars)
- Get Good: My Ultimate Guide to Gaming by Ninja (4/5 stars)
- Novel and Short Story Writer’s Market 2019: The Most Trusted Guide to Getting Published edited by Robert Lee Brewer (4.5/5 stars)
- The Short Story Romance Handbook by Hope Ford (4/5 stars)
- Tuning the Human Biofield: Healing with Vibrational Sound Therapy by Eileen Day (4/5 stars)
- Writer’s Market 2020: The Most Trusted Guide to Getting Published edited by Robert Lee Brewer (4.5/5 stars)
- Writing Fiction for Dummies by Randy Ingermanson & Peter Economy (4/5 stars)
- Giant Days by John Allison (vol. 2-12) (average rating: 4/5 stars)
- Giant Days: Early Registration by John Allison (3.5/5 stars)
- Giant Days: Extra Credit by John Allison (4/5 stars)
- The Umbrella Academy by Gerard Way (vol. 1-3) (4.5/5 stars)
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