AWRW Book Review ✩ Sleeper Protocol ✩ by Author Kevin Ikenberry @TheWriterIke @RAPublishing #SciFi

Kieran Roark awakens in a wheelchair, unable to remember anything. As part of a classified experiment, he will have one year to learn his identity and recover his memory, or he will be euthanized by the state. Scientist Berkeley Bennett has one mission: manipulate Kieran’s emotions in an attempt to bring back his memory. But […]

AWRW Book Review: Paper Towns by John Green

Who is the real Margo? Quentin Jacobsen has spent a lifetime loving the magnificently adventurous Margo Roth Spiegelman from afar. So when she cracks open a window and climbs into his life—dressed like a ninja and summoning him for an ingenious campaign of revenge—he follows. After their all-nighter ends, and a new day breaks, Q […]

AWRW Book Review ☀ Dark Southern Sun ☀ Ryan’s Journey Volume 2, by Author Shaun J. McLaughlin

Love, Friendship and Honor in the Goldfields of Old Australia ebook, 284 pages Published December 1rst 2014 by Raiders and Rebels Press Genre: Historical Fiction, Adventurous Fiction Ryan’s Journey Series, Book 2 AWRW Book Review of Ryan’s Journey, Book 1 (Counter Currents) AWRW Author Interview of Shaun J. McLaughlin Synopsis Dark Southern Sun is a […]

AWRW Book Review: The Gift Of Charms (The Land of Dragor Book 1) by Author Julia Suzuki @JuliaSuzuki_uk

“Julia Suzuki’s Award Winning ‘Land of Dragor’ series will entrance readers of any age. The Gift of Charms, the first volume of Julia Suzuki’s series is an epic fantasy story set to enchant and entertain…” In a secret land, far away from the habitation of man, dwell the world’s remaining dragons — hoping the dragsaur beasts have vanished forever. Here […]

AWRW Book Review: Olivia, Mourning, (Olivia Book 1), by Author Yael Politis

Newly orphaned and forced to live with her brother and the overbearing woman who will soon be his wife, Olivia Killion is determined to gain her independence by inheriting 80 acres of farmland in far off Michigan. Her father’s will bequeathed the land to whichever of his offspring would put in a crop and stake […]

AWRW Book Review: “Next Stop: Nina”, by Author Robin Raven @RobinRaven

Nina never was one who felt comfortable in this world. As she struggles to cope with the pain of her present and past, the young girl’s life is changed through the beauty of art. When Nina grows up and winds up in over her head in a dark place, she finds herself somehow transported to […]

AWRW Book Review: Love Poison, by Author Pete Barber @PBFiction @RAPublishing

“Love is a dangerous drug.” Lab assistant and avid climber Amber Wilson is no stranger to risk. But she feels invisible around her handsome boss, Mark, until she accidentally doses him with an irresistible aphrodisiac that leaves him with a suicidal hangover. Abruptly fired, Amber and Mark partner up to research the source of the […]

AWRW Book Review: The Blue Amaryllis (A Love Story)

Upon the death of her mother, 26 year old Leia York is left bereft and grief-stricken. An old college professor extends her an invitation to join him in one of the most beautiful, yet most dangerous, places on earth – the Amazon rainforest. She embarks on an impulsive journey, hoping to forget the sadness of […]

Fictitious Fridays: Hosted by Mortal Moments

This may be a bit presumptuous, but I just began the novel The Blue Amaryllis, for review, by Sonia De Leon, and although I am only 32% into it, (page 136), I absolutely LOVE it!!!! I do believe we have a winner here, folks! I just know this book will become one of my favorites, […]

A Well Read Woman Presents: Freebie Friday!

  Welcome all! This Freebie Friday I have found some great FREE Kindle titles on Amazon for you to download and enjoy! Check these deals out!  CALL ME CAT (Contains mature content. Mystery/Romance) “Make me forget about everything except you.”Catelyn Travis is a good girl who gets good grades in law school, doesn’t date and […]

Book Review: The Kelpie, by T.J. Wooldridge

I loved T.J. Wooldridge’s take on the Scottish water horse myth. Although this is a middle grade novel, I found myself wrapped up in it, eager to turn the next page. The Kelpie, by T.J. Wooldridge is a winner! Heather and Joe –Prince Joseph to be exact, set out on an adventure to discover why […]

Book Review: Counter Currents: A Story of Smugglers, River Pirates, Love, War, and Freedom Fighters in 1838, By Shaun J. McLaughlin

***Spoiler Alert*** Ryan Lone Pine, much like his beloved pet and constant companion raven Zak, isn’t meant to settle down. He is most at home under the stars sleeping on moss in the woods than he is in a comfy bed in a warm house. Like his bird, he is meant to be un-tethered, wild […]