Posts tagged ‘book reviews’

Book 1 Reviews

June 30th, 2015

  What are readers saying about A Brief Stay at Earth Human Camp? “Readers will enjoy the adventure in this story, as well as the danger aspect. They will root for the characters to use the skills they have learned to survive, and will wish it was really them at this camp, learning and making […]

New Teen Review!

May 6th, 2015

  A Brief Stay at Earth Human Camp has been reviewed by a handful of readers since its release a few months ago. I’ve enjoyed every one of them — they all reinforce my credibility as an indie author, and I can’t emphasize enough how important that is. But Sunday I got an email from […]

Your Reviews Matter

March 6th, 2015

  Dear Reader: If you enjoyed A Brief Stay at Earth Human Camp and are looking forward to my next book, there are a number of ways you can let me know. Feel free to choose several! But because I am an indie author, one of the best ways to share your enjoyment with me […]

Sons of the Sphinx

March 4th, 2015

  A revivew of Sons of the Sphinx* by Cheryl Carpinello (2014) Cheryl Carpinello likes to write for what she calls “reluctant readers.” Now that I have read Sons of the Sphinx, she can add “reluctant historians” to her calling card. While I have always loved to read, history (with the exception of biography) has […]

Tunnel in the Sky

March 1st, 2015

  A revivew of Tunnel in the Sky by Robert A. Heinlein (1955) I was so surprised to learn that Robert A. Heinlein wrote a YA novel called Tunnel in the Sky that I had to read it. Pulling from the book jacket, the story features a group of kids who are stranded in an […]