Say Her Name – Stefani Deoul

Stefani Deoul’s latest in the Sid Rubin series came out yesterday and if you haven’t started this series then you are seriously missing a wonderful ride, and if you have, then get this one in your hands as soon as possible. The series is Emerging Adult (which Amazon can’t cope with yet) and follows the […]

Zero Sum Game – Stefani Deoul

Stefani Deoul has an amazing knack for creating an absolutely brilliant, light-hearted, witty and fun adventures based on the geekiness of a bunch of high school seniors. That may not be a shocking concept but what is shocking is how totally enthralling the stories are when those seniors are literally light years away from our […]

On a LARP – Stefani Deoul

Take one super bright, smartarse teen geek, add in a bunch of high school friends with super fast brains and even faster fingers, and we have the super-sleuth crazy gang of the techno age. Sidonie Rubin is a teenager with a conscience and life threatening observation skills. When she makes a passing comment about a […]

Just Juliet – Charlotte Reagan

Charlotte Reagan’s debut novel is a cracker. It tells the tale of the classic American girl next door, with a cheerleader best friend and a football player boyfriend, who finds herself instantly drawn to the new girl in class. That new girl is stunning, fascinating, and gay. As the two spend more and more time […]

Believing in Blue – Maggie Morton

Wren is a ‘normal’ 17 year old with a dysfunctional family and a big secret. Not only is she gay, she has developed sky-blue wings. Just before her graduation and 18th birthday she receives a letter from her long departed father and the adventure begins. She is not only not of this world; she is […]

Locked Inside – Annette Mori

This is an unusual tale and definitely caught my attention. Belinda has been in a comatose state for 6 years when a doctors daughter, Carly, notices the slightest of reactions to her voice. Carly devotes her volunteer time and persistent energy into not only helping Belinda begin the long road to recovery, but to ensuring […]