IndieWritersReview’s The Voice and Book Mail!

Hello Book Fam:) Just wanted to reach and give some updates and special mentions!

Starting Monday 17th during Indiewritersreview’s Music Monday….I will also start giving a few of my thoughts about…yep, you guessed it…THE VOICE!

I’m on the bandwagon now and Jamie B Musings, my co-host for IndieReview Behind The Scenes radio segment, and I… will be keeping up with the show and giving commentary:) So it should be fun, I  am a newbie at this so, I’m looking for ward to it, so check that out on Music Mondays, of course along with my special features of some of the hottest Indie Artists out there!:)









AND now I wanted to share some of the cool new books I have received in my mailbox that I added to my list to read and review at a later date. I call it THE BODACIOUS READS list! (So take a peek at my TBR list:) Can’t wait to check them out!


Life can get pretty complicated for any seventeen-year-old girl, but for a home-schooled telepathic black girl trying to survive in a prestigious private school in small-town Jonesborough, Tennessee, it can be maddening – especially when her telepathic father keeps eavesdropping on her thoughts!
Jaycie Lerner’s family isn’t the usual mom-dad-kid setup. Jaycie’s mom’s MIA, but Allison, her personal live-in ‘trainer,’ is more than a mom, with her own special abilities, like being able to lift cars and run incredibly fast. And Jaycie’s godfather John is more than persuasive – he can literally convince anyone to do anything.
As far as the rest of the world’s concerned, Jaycie’s on the outside looking in. The townsfolk love Jaycie’s pediatrician father, but she doesn’t fit in with ‘normal’ kids, and she doesn’t really want to. Most of her free time is spent training to keep her telekinetic and telepathic powers under control. But there’s one thing she can’t control – and that’s her feelings, especially when her best friend Matt is nearby. If only he knew what she was truly capable of…
Everything seems to be status quo for Jaycie until she receives a cryptic message from a stranger and meets a very unusual girl new to Jonesborough. Then all hell breaks loose!

Assula is the story of a young man who becomes—quite by accident a vampire, but with the unusual proclivity of biting butts instead of necks. The premise of the story is that only those with evil in their hearts become vampires, all others simply die when attacked by a vampire. What sets Assula apart is that he was apparently attacked by a very powerful vampire, perhaps Dracula himself, the same evil fiend who turned Assula’s Uncle into a vampire. While the premise of the story is obviously meant to be humorous and yes, at times even salacious there are serious themes regarding the pain of being different, of not being able to share the truth with others when you’re sure you won’t be believed, as well as the fear of abandonment. But Assula does have quite a romp in New York and London and you never know, perhaps even lurking behind you.


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