Review: ‘Spooky Action at a Distance’ by Felicia Watson

Genre: Space opera Description: This is a sequel to Watson’s We Have Met The Enemy, which I reviewed on my blog (judimoore.wordpress.com) in May this year. I enjoyed that, so when I saw this in Big Al’s ‘to review’ list I grabbed it. This is, actually, the better book of the two in my opinion.Continue reading “Review: ‘Spooky Action at a Distance’ by Felicia Watson”

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Review: ‘Someone Else’s Life’ by Kevin J Simington

This was published in July of this year (2020), just ahead of the tsunami of 600 new titles in August. If a few words here can help it raise its head above the breaking wave and get some readers, my work here is done. This is a concoction of a book. It is part PIContinue reading “Review: ‘Someone Else’s Life’ by Kevin J Simington”

‘The Second Jungle Book’ by Rudyard Kipling

Did you know there was a second Jungle Book? No, nor did I. I came across it by accident, rummaging around in my Kindle one sleepless night. If you ever find yourself purchasing a ‘Jungle Book’ for a young friend or relative I recommend that you get one which includes this. There are several editionsContinue reading “‘The Second Jungle Book’ by Rudyard Kipling”

Review: ‘Legend of the Lost Ass’ by Karen Winters Schwartz

This is an adventure, and a history-and-mystery, and two road trips. It is also about journeys of the heart and spirit, and about choices made and lived with. Red Adept published it in July of this year. All credit to them for spotting its worth. They have something quite unusual on their hands. I haveContinue reading “Review: ‘Legend of the Lost Ass’ by Karen Winters Schwartz”