“Deehabta’s Song” by Stephen Alder

“Deehabta’s Song” chronicles what starts as the day-to-day life of Krissa, a 60-year-old librarian by day who is a martial arts guru/neighborhood citizen’s watch leader at night. Krissa lives on the planet Roon thirty years after the end of an interplanetary war with a neighboring planet, Caderyn … More “Deehabta’s Song” by Stephen Alder

“The Dark Land” by DM Shepard

I loved reading “The Dark Land.” I had goosebumps through most of it! Seriously. My husband even asked me if I was cold. While I will admit the winter descriptions of the wilderness helped contribute to the goosebumps, the griping story about the ancient evil creatures were the main source. The description of the creatures plus their supernatural capabilities of moving around added a great deal to the suspense. It was also clear that they had some form of intelligence. When the secrets about them are revealed, and the protagonist truly gets an understanding of their evil ways, I felt like I was held captive while she was. … More “The Dark Land” by DM Shepard

“Angels Watching Over Me” by Pam Ware and Linda Dipman

“Angels Watching Over Me,” by Pam Ware and Linda Dipman, is a riveting book with stories about angels and the roles they played in their lives, and in the lives of others. The book opens with a visceral account of Pam’s auto accident and encounter with an angel. This sets the stage for the subject to unfold. … More “Angels Watching Over Me” by Pam Ware and Linda Dipman