Monday, May 28, 2018

Review: The Great Passage by Shion Miura

The Great Passage was a good read. It was a bit of a slow pace and I found it more interesting to learn about Japanese words and how they change over time and what goes into creating a dictionary. It wasn’t super intriguing but it was good, easy reading.
4/5 stars

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An award-winning story of love, friendship, and the power of human connection.

Kohei Araki believes that a dictionary is a boat to carry us across the sea of words. But after thirty-seven years of creating dictionaries, it’s time for him to retire and find his replacement.

He discovers a kindred spirit in Mitsuya Majime—a young, disheveled square peg with a penchant for collecting antiquarian books and a background in linguistics—whom he swipes from his company’s sales department.

Along with an energetic, if reluctant, new recruit and an elder linguistics scholar, Majime is tasked with a career-defining accomplishment: completing The Great Passage, a comprehensive 2,900-page tome of the Japanese language. On his journey, Majime discovers friendship, romance, and an incredible dedication to his work, inspired by the words that connect us all.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

New Release: Midsummer Night's Dream: A Game of Thrones

In the vein of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, Theseus and Hippolyta are set to wed in order to unite the people of warring Saturn and Titan. But the Shadow King has been plotting against Theseus and risks everything for the revenge of his people who have been banished to the dark side of Titan. Comedy soon turns to misfortune, as the main characters must trade their convictions for sacrifice.

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Saturday, May 6, 2017

Review: R. E. Carr's THE DOWNLOAD

Epically unique fantasy

The Download is a book you need to savor, don't skip a single sentence and don't skip to the end. Fast-paced and unique, Carr has developed a multilayered story which teleports the reader across time and space right along with the MC Jenn. Who would have thought, Mayan's and Aliens in the same story? But it works and it's quite awesome. And with an opening line like, "No one mind the ginger in the corner," what's not to love.

A must read.

5/5 Stars

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Sparrow Man 3 Now Available!

The moment you’ve all been waiting for is here!

Scarecrow (Sparrow Man 3) is now available!!

Thursday, April 13, 2017

New Releases in Nick Webb's Legacy Fleet Kindle World

Hey guys! I have a new release!

I was super pumped to be part of an amazing group of authors and write in Nick Webb's Legacy Fleet Kindle World. Check out my new short story "Singularity of a Wayward Son" already #3 in it's subcategory! Woot Woot!!

Blurb: "It’s been ten years since Zack’s mother nearly died while saving the world against a Swarm invasion. She’s moving on, but Zack is having a hard time doing the same. Hell bent on revenge, Zack’s going to hunt down every last bit of space junk that falls from the sky, hoping to find a lead to the Swarm—even if those closest to him keep getting in the way."

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