Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Moon Deeds Spotlight


Welcome to the book tour for the award-winning novel, Moon Deeds by Palmer Pickering! Read on for my review, more info, and check out all the stops because there will be opportunities to win a copy of your own!

 Moon Deeds is the first book in Palmer Pickering’s Star Children Saga. For those who look for epic space operas to read, you’re not going to want to miss out on this novel. It is a must-read for all who enjoy science fiction novels. Packed with details from beginning to end, this book will submerge readers in a story that will leave you eager for the next book in this series.

Moon Deeds is the first book that I have read by this author, Palmer Pickering, and I’m already eager to read the next book of Cassidy’s and Torr’s story. This book is broken up into two parts and contains two prefaces. One gives readers an idea of who is waiting for the Star Children, and then the second gives readers a bit of history. The history details what is potentially to come – what is to be expected as the Shaman’s Shield begins to fade and the Tegs begin their march to claim the areas that have remained out of reach for so many years.

This book is told from the third person perspective. Jumping back and forth between Cassidy and her brother Torr we follow them as they brace for what is coming. With the failing of the Shaman’s Shield, life is taking an abrupt change. The author provides insights into Cassidy’s capabilities and skills. I loved seeing her development into who she is meant to be. She comes off as shy one minute, but she’s not so timid that she would allow someone to bully her. I appreciate her fortitude and it makes me really like her as a character. Torr is away from his family in the beginning and the author does a great job detailing his life as a soldier. You won’t be able to help but feel that he goes through the most in the beginning. He experiences more since he’s on the front lines of what is coming.

One thing that I love about this book is the amount of details that the author packs into this book. Sometimes authors try to pack in as much detail as possible and end up taking away from the overall storyline. Trust me, not in this case. Every detail included in this story has a purpose and shines. If you close your eyes you can almost imagine that you can feel the sea breeze on your face. You can almost believe that you can feel the gusts of wind whistling down the mountain, through the trees, and hear the squirrels chittering angrily at someone below them. The fear of the characters is almost palpable as they fear the unknown that is coming for them. The details immerse you in this book turning it into a page-turner that you will eagerly devour the deeper you go.

Page by page the author unfolds just what exactly is ahead for Torr and Cassidy. There are some heartbreaking moments for sure in this novel. You’ll honestly hope against hope that maybe...just maybe things will turn out a different way. That maybe it really isn’t goodbye for some, but that maybe they will meet again. But the question will linger – will they? Will they meet again? Will they survive?

I love how the author details the various situations that individuals find themselves in. It has a bit of a dystopian feel without going all the way dystopian. So you get a nice blending of science fiction/space opera with a bit of paranormal with the magic elements, and then the dystopian with how things quickly fall apart and are impacted by the various changes.

If I had to pick a favorite character in this book I think that I’d be hard pressed to do so. I like the twins equally. They both bring balance to each other and the story. That’s probably one really good reason as to why they are born as the “Star Children.” Torr is strong and level-headed, but he’s also a bit hard-headed. LOL! You’ll see what I mean when you read this book. Cassidy is gentle, but firm. I appreciate that she trusts her intuition even when her head is screaming at her to do the “sensible” thing. I have to say that I really appreciate how level-headed Cassidy is in certain situations. In some books the author would have had the main female character sass the individuals she was dealing with, but I appreciate that the author keeps Cassidy quiet and understanding the potential danger that she is in.

This book is one of those ones that once you start reading it you’re not going to want to put it down. Each page will draw you deeper into this book and the trials that face these characters. Each step and decision they make will determine what happens next. There will be times of where you and they will question – do they have what it takes to keep moving forward? Can they do what needs doing to become who and what they must become? Each turn of the page will give you that answer as they strive to become who they are meant to be.

I’m looking forward to reading the next book and continuing Cassidy and Torr’s story. I’m hopeful that there will reunions between characters, but I also understand what it is that each are facing when they are forced to part ways. If you love a good science fiction novel that immerses you in the storyline then this book is a must read. As you read this book you’ll come to appreciate just how much research and thought the author has put into this book, and appreciate it all the more. When it comes to top books for this year, this book definitely hits the mark.

I’m choosing to rate this book 5 out of 5 stars. If you enjoy science fiction novels or just know someone who does then I highly recommend this book for you and/or them. Settle in for an epic read, because this book is all that and more.

Thank you to the author, Palmer Pickering, and R&R Tours for the opportunity to read and review this book.


Moon Deeds (Star Children Saga #1)

Publication Date: May 25th, 2019

Genre: Sci-Fi/ Space Opera 

The path to power is cloaked in shadows, so if you avoid all the shadows, you’ll never learn anything.”
It’s 2090: the last outpost of freedom is the moon, the best defense against technology is magic, and the only hope for humankind rests in the hands of the Star Children.

Twins Cassidy and Torr must save Earth from a ruthless enemy at a time when the only force more powerful than alien technology is magic. Moon Deeds launches the siblings’ journey across the galaxy, where they must learn their power as the Star Children, claim their shamanic heritage, and battle dark forces that threaten humankind.

The Star Children Saga follows Cassidy and Torr as they slowly awaken to their destiny as the twin Star Children, born every millennium to reconnect with the source of all life. They come to discover the sheer enormity of their task: to find our ancestors on a lost planet across the galaxy and save humanity from a spiraling descent into darkness. The powers they must wield to accomplish this task are truly frightening and put at risk everything they love.

Come along with twenty-year-old twins Cassidy and Torr, who inherited deeds to land parcels on the moon. They want to use their moon deeds to get off Earth and escape a brutal dictatorship. But first they must unlock their shaman powers.

A rollicking yet poignant adventure in the not too distant future, when we have colonized the moon and nearly lost Earth to a dictatorship. Only the shamans remain free, plus the lucky ones who escaped to the moon.

Join the adventure! An addictive space opera, science-fantasy series.

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Chapter 1 - Star Song

West San Jose, California, Western Free States, planet Earth

July 8, 2090

Cassidy stood in the backyard, staring up at the sky and listening to the music of the stars. The Shaman’s Shield of gray clouds loomed far overhead, covering the sky in a thick, impenetrable roof, and casting a gloomy pall over everything. Ever since the Shaman’s Shield had appeared three years ago, she had not seen the stars nor heard their music. But today the thin, ethereal strains wove through the neighborhood noise. The music was faint, but it was there.

It had been louder when she was a child, before Grandma Leann had shielded her. Cassidy had thought everyone could hear the music, a constant background noise of such poignant sweetness that sometimes it was painful to listen to. But she had realized over time that others did not hear it. Or perhaps they heard it subconsciously, or in their dreams, because sometimes she heard an echo of it when musicians played their instruments or choirs sang. Cassidy had tried to replicate the sound, studying violin as a child, then piano, but neither instrument captured the elusive tones.

The only one who understood was her twin brother, Torr. They had shared a room as children, and she used to sing to him.

I recognize that song,” he had said one time in the middle of the night. She had been sitting up in bed humming the tune that was streaming through her head. Torr had awoken from a deep sleep and sat upright, staring at her. “I heard it in my dream.”

You heard me humming,” she corrected him.

No,” Torr said stubbornly. “The golden people were singing to me. Their song said you and I have to find them. We have to follow their voices.” Torr closed his eyes and sang the melody more truly than she ever had, picking out parts of the multi-layered harmony she had never captured before. And he added something resembling words that she did not understand, but which made her cry.

In the morning he had remembered the dream, but he could not remember the song. For days afterwards he had tried to get her to sing it back to him, but she could not get the melody quite right, and she did not know the strange language. Then when Grandma Leann laid the blanket of silence over her, the song stopped. As time passed, Cassidy forgot the tune she had always hummed. She could only recall hints of it, like wisps of clouds that slipped away as she tried to grab them.

Now the sky was singing to her again. The melody came to her, carried on the wind as though from a distant mountaintop. She was filled with joy to hear it, though the song was more mournful than she recalled. She still could not understand the words, but she remembered what Torr had told her that night in their attic bedroom, that the two of them had to follow the golden people’s voices and find them. She did not know who they were, or where they were, but they were still out there singing to her. Calling to her. Waiting.

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Light Fighters (Star Children Sage #2) is Now Available

In Light Fighters, Cassidy and Torr are trying to survive on the moon while facing threats from all sides. As their shamanic heritage surfaces and they hone their magical skills, they are hunted for their power, escalating into a tension-filled game of cat and mouse.

Ridge is stuck between the sadistic Balty and the desire to control his own life. His magical gifts become entangled with those around him, pulling him between opposing forces. When his path crosses that of the Star Children, he must decide whose side he is on.

Meanwhile, we learn that while the twin Star Children are hoping to find the Star People, the Star People of Turya are desperately seeking the Star Children as well. Their stories interweave as the mythology of the Star Children unfolds.

A compelling expansion of the Star Children Saga.

Adult content: 18+

About the Author

Palmer has been writing fiction since she was eight. She received her BA in American Studies from Wesleyan University, with concentrations in Religion and Race Relations.

She currently works in Silicon Valley in the gaming industry and high tech. In addition, Palmer holds a certificate in Chinese Acupressure, is a certified solar panel installer, and studied Tibetan Buddhism with the 14th Dalai Lama.

She lives and writes in the magical redwood forest of the Santa Cruz Mountains, California.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Where There's Doubt Review Spotlight


Welcome to the book tour for Terry Tyler's latest novel! A thriller called Where There's Doubt. Read on for my review and more info!

 Where There’s Doubt by Terry Tyler is an engaging psychological thriller that will have you page-turning by the end of chapter one. Prepare to meet – Kate. She’s been through the emotional drain of a cheating boyfriend, and is just looking for a reset. Has she found more than she was expecting when things begin to grow into more with her on-line chess “friend” Nico? She thinks that she’s finally found a good one, but he is he something much darker waiting in the shadows to devour her dreams?

Where There’s Doubt is the first book that I have read by this author, but I’d love to read more in the future. The author’s style of writing is engaging from the very beginning and I was page-turning before long. I really think that you, as a reader, will enjoy how the author breaks the story down. I’m not just talking about the chapter-by-chapter break down. I’m talking about the chronological breakdown as well. Month by month the story plays out with so many chapters tucked up inside. Page by page the story unfolds revealing Kate’s story and then revealing the truth of just who Nico really is.

I can’t tell you how appreciative I am that, the author gives me both perspectives in this story. While the story focuses heavily on Kate, as she is the main character, we get chapters with Nico. The author allows we the readers get into Nico’s mind and get a better understanding of him. I appreciate that the author gives us background in the right places on both Kate and Nico. We get to see exactly how the relationship first fell apart that put Kate on this particular path. We get to see how Nico comes to be the individual that he is – well, the aspects of life that he felt would be a good choice in paths to take.

I’ll admit that I picked up this book because on a level I could relate to Kate. When I say I can relate I mean getting involved with someone I met online thinking “this is the person I can settle with and find some happiness.” Ha! Never again. LOL! I can probably say that as both an “outsider” and someone who’s “been there done that” I saw some warning signs rather quickly. Unfortunately, it also made me think of Kate as a bit naive. I can understand why though. In the moment we always see what we want to see, and he just seems… “too perfect.”

There is so much going on in this book, and I couldn’t put this book down. The times when I absolutely had to, I kept wondering – what is going to happen next? What plot is Nico hatching now? Is Kate going to be okay? Is Nico going to slip up? Who will be the first to discover the truth? So many questions will be running through your mind as you read this book, and when you’re not reading it. Even when you finish this book it will stick with you. You might even look at certain people and situations differently as well.

Don’t let the book’s description fool you though. Where it is called a psychological thriller, there is more to it buried deep inside. It is one of the questions I’m sure that you’ll feel creeping up inside you as you read this book. Just how far is Nico willing to go to acquire his goals?

This book is so deep on so many levels and for me, it promises more. Yes, potentially more to come in the future with some familiar names. It’s possible, right? LOL!

I enjoyed this book from beginning to end and I look forward to checking out more of this author’s books in the near future. I enjoyed reading these characters and watching their stories develop and twist. I honestly felt like I could travel overseas and meet these individuals and interact with them, and you always know those are the best kinds of stories. I’m choosing to rate this book 5 out of 5 stars. If you enjoy psychological thrillers packed with drama then this is a book that you are not going to want to miss. An absolute must-read.

Thank you to the author, Terry Tyler, and R&R Book Tours for the opportunity to read and review this book. Be sure to check out my fellow bloggers and Instagrammers as they share their thoughts and spotlights on this book. Thank you for stopping by!

Where There’s Doubt

Publication Date: March 24th, 2022

Genre: Psychological Thriller/ Drama

I can be anything you want me to be. Even if you don’t know you want it. Especially if you don’t know you want it.’

Café owner Kate is mentally drained after a tough two years; all she wants from her online chess partner is entertainment on lonely evenings, and maybe a little virtual flirtation.

She is unaware that Nico Lewis is a highly intelligent con artist who, with an intricately spun web of lies about their emotional connection, will soon convince her that he is The One.

Neither does Kate know that his schemes involve women who seek love on dating sites, as well as his small publishing business. A host of excited authors believe Nico is about to make their dreams come true.

Terry Tyler’s twenty-fourth publication is a sinister psychological drama that highlights the dark side of internet dating—and the danger of ignoring the doubts of your subconscious.

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"Nico is a romance scammer, and this excerpt is from his point of view."

After the barbecue weekend with Kate I do an impromptu 'just had to see you' overnight with Heather because she's been acting rather strangely via text, and I can't risk her getting pissed off with me.  I take her roses, and on the spur of the moment I come up with a story about my cousin Dieter (Dieter?  Weird name choice, brain!) who throws the best New Year's Eve parties.

"Low key, just an incredible dinner with a selected few.  He's got a stupidly big house in the Northamptonshire countryside—we could stay there, make a weekend of it."

I chose a date six months away to demonstrate my commitment, but now I wonder if it might be an idea to start talking spring breaks for next year, too.  I need to get her up to speed, because she'll be the first hit—got to be, because her house will need to be sold.  Andrew, our tame estate agent, is well in with a couple of property developer types who are always looking at places like Heather's to flip, so we're fairly confident of a quick cash sale, but obviously we can't rest on our laurels.  I leave the sales side to Andrew.  Might as well get all I can out of him in return for his eventual pay-off.

He's getting ten grand—he wants to quit his job and go backpacking.

I leave Heather on Wednesday, and speed straight to Diss to up the pace with Polly.  Down on one knee, the whole works.  The ring is white gold with a pear shaped aquamarine, set off with tiny diamonds.  One thousand, two hundred and fifty pounds, paying for it on credit; we'll need make a couple of payments so as not to draw attention to ourselves.  Em thought it was better to go down this road than the 'used to be my mother's' story, with some piece of old tat from a pawn shop; Polly's exactly the type who would take her new engagement ring to be valued.

I don't want to think about the night I was forced to endure after the proposal; my acting powers were stretched to breaking point, never mind my restraint.  Before we went to bed, she insisted we stand in front of the mirror to practice corny wedding photo poses.

"Come on, it'll be a giggle!" she said.  That's how she talks.  Calls a drink a 'tipple', and refers to watching romcoms and eating cake as 'guilty pleasures'.  She has plenty of the latter, usually pink iced cupcakes.  Oh, and then there's her great friend the universe.  She believes she won the lottery and met me because she asked the universe to 'gift her' with these delights.

"You just have to believe, and reach out to the universe," she tells me.

It really is that simple.  Allegedly.  I've been asking it for this four million pound yacht I saw on a programme about the Southampton boat show, but it's ignored me so far.

That night we stood there, me in a t-shirt and boxers, her in a silky, lace-edged 'champagne' coloured slip (I'd have called it off-white but she insists the colour is champagne), and she said, "Talk about hashtag blessed!  Thank you, Universe!"

She told me about her life philosophy during an early email exchange (except that Polly doesn't 'tell' people about things; she 'fesses up').  I advised her to be very careful what she tells strangers on the internet, because there are a lot of unscrupulous characters out there.  She took this as an indication of how much I care for her.  You couldn't make it up, could you?

I've had to weather a few meetings with her mother, too, but happily she fancies me as well, and can't wait to welcome me into the family.

Of course, Polly being Polly, as soon as I proposed it became all about the wedding plans.  The venue.  The guest list.  Buffet or sit-down meal?  A themed wedding, perhaps?  Okay by me; she was so excited about her new project that she was happy just to sit up in bed chattering away, which gave me a rest.  Just when I thought I might have to put a pillow over her face and apply pressure, she got out her laptop and announced that she'd had a wonderful idea.

"A boutique hotel!"

"Qu'est-ce que tu as dit, chéri?"  She likes it when I 'talk French'.  It's 'so romantic'.

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About the Author

Terry Tyler is a writer of post-apocalyptic, dystopian and dark psychological fiction, and currently has 24 books published on Amazon.

When not busy writing she reads a great deal (she is a member of Rosie Amber’s Book Review Team), blogs about TV, writing and any random stuff that pops into her head, likes going for walks in the countryside and takes too many photos of trees. She loves history, Twitter, clever observational humour and is moderately obsessed with post-apocalyptic scenarios generally, and The Walking Dead. Terry lives with her husband in the north east of England.

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Monday, May 23, 2022

Discovery of the Five Senses Spotlight

Welcome to the book tour for YA Thriller, Discovery of the Five Senses by K.N. Smith! Read on for details and a chance to win one of two $50 Visa gift cards!

Discovery of the Five Senses: The Urban Boys

Publication Date: September 15th, 2021 (Second Edition)

Genre: Young Adult Action-Adventure, Young Adult Thriller, Urban Fantasy, Mystery/ Thriller

Welcome or unwelcome. Fate has arrived.

A captivating and poetic tale of mystery, fantasy, and reality tied together by action!” 5-stars, Lars Jackson, Amazon Customer

A suspenseful incident in a forbidden preserve heightens the senses of five friends. Sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell become super-gifts that forever change the world. But furious battles confront the boys as they try to understand their sensory super powers in a race to save mankind. With light beings and mysterious strangers complicating their plight, will the boys be able to defeat the evil Druth before it’s too late? Get prepared for the twisting and grinding of this award-winning, action-adventure story — an edge-of-your-seat narrative for young and mature readers alike.

Notes to Reviewers:

Reviewers are warned that the words "damn" and "hell" are occasionally present in the book, and there are vivid fight scenes. It is a uniquely descriptive novel with lots of detail to set the scenes. This novel has a large cast of characters. Reviewers who have a hard time following a large cast should not review the book. Characters and settings are introduced organically during the first part of the book but can prove too much for reviewers who have a hard time following large-character, multi-layered stories. But most reviewers can appreciate the quick pace, short chapters, vivid scenes, and cliffhangers throughout the story! To see what other reviewers are saying, please visit https://www.knsmith.com/reviews.

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K.N. Smith, winner of the “Best of” in the category of “Outstanding Young Adult Novel” at the Jessie Redmon Fauset Book Awards, is an author and passionate advocate of literacy and arts programs throughout the world. Her lyrical flair sweeps across pages that twist and grind through action-adventure and urban fantasy in edge-of-your-seat narratives. K.N. has over twenty-five years’ experience in communications and creative design as an award-winning consultant. Reading is still her foremost hobby. K.N. inspires people of all ages to reach their highest potential in their creative, educational, and life pursuits. Visit K.N. Smith at www.knsmith.com.

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