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 ⌚ The Journey, Northwest Passage Book 2 ⌚ By Author John A Heldt @JohnHeldt #SciFi #TimeTravel

Seattle, 2010. When her entrepreneur husband dies in an accident, Michelle Preston Richardson, 48, finds herself childless and directionless. She yearns for the simpler days of her youth, before she followed her high school sweetheart down a road that led to limitless riches but little fulfillment, and jumps at a chance to reconnect with her […]

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: A Time To Reap, by Author Jonas Lee @AuthorJonasLee

Pemberton Academy is not just a school, it’s a gathering place for the children of the future that are afflicted with Temporal Displacement and Telepathy; in short, time travelers and mind readers who have been diagnosed with this “disease.” The Academy is not all as it seems after an explosion nearly takes one of its […]

AWRW Book Review: Agent I1: Tristan (The Dire Agency) by Joni Hahn + Book Freebie!

Raised in the art of warfare, Former Navy SEAL, Tristan Jacobs, has always been a force to reckon with. Now that D.I.R.E. has successfully implemented his scientific enhancements, he’s a walking weapon. Unstoppable, as long as he stays focused. No relationships. When ex-BUD/S teammate, Aidan Monroe, interrupts his long-awaited sabbatical to call in a favor, […]

AWRW December Reading Roundup: Reading Is Snow Much Fun

December was a flurry of books, reviews, blogger awards and even an author interview here at AWRW blog. And what a better way to enjoy the winter, than stay inside with a good book! Because after all, reading is snow much fun! 😉 Here is my monthly recap of December happenings at AWRW Blog: December […]

AWRW Book Review: Amullette Aflame (Princess X Book III)

After three years in prison without trial, Amullette is given the opportunity for parole if she agrees to raise a stolen child named Mikaya as her own. Another condition of parole is marriage to a high ranking soldier of the Universal. As fate would have it, her selected spouse is her ex-fiancé, Admiral Semaj Kroan. […]

AWRW Book Review: The Mine, by John A. Heldt

In May 2000, Joel Smith is a cocky, adventurous young man who sees the world as his playground. But when the college senior, days from graduation, enters an abandoned Montana mine, he discovers the price of reckless curiosity. He emerges in May 1941 with a cell phone he can’t use, money he can’t spend, and […]

AWRW Way Back Wednesday: Book Review of Dust to Dust, by Heather Graham

Way Back Wednesday is a Meme that I created with the aim to write mini book reviews on books I have read in the past, that left an impression on me. You know what kind of books I am talking about…. The ones that you have read multiple times, and they still bring you nostalgia. […]

AWRW Book Review: The Amazing Crystal: Revelations, by Gerald Lizee

In the summer of 2025, Lydia’s grandfather sent her a strange diamond pendant admonishing her to handle it with utmost care. From the moment that she receives the small package, her life changes. She becomes engulfed in a series of life-threatening events that lead her to realize the incredible properties of the pendant. Slowly she […]

AWRW Presents: Freebie Friday!

Welcome Bookworms! I apologize for not hosting a Freebie Friday in awhile… I promise to make it up to all of you by showcasing several free books from popular genres that you may be interested in! So, let’s get started! 1.) Amethyst, by Heather Bowhay  (Young Adult, Urban Fantasy) College-bound Lexi Adams leads no ordinary […]

Book Review: Semmant, by Vadim Babenko

***Spoiler Alert*** Bogdan Bogdanov, an eccentric, yet brilliant scientist, creates Semmant, an exceptionally clever money making robot. With Semmant, Bogdan has friendship and wealth. Together, they beat the stock market, find love, and find meaning to make life worth living. Bogdan’s life consists of meetings with his girlfriend Lidia, letters to Semmant, and short stories […]

Blogging from A to Z Challenge: From A is for Adult Fiction, to Z is for Zombie Fiction!

I may be a day, (or 24 days), late and a dollar short for the April A to Z Blogging Challenge, created by Tossing It Out, but I wanted to participate anyways. My challenge will include discussing book related things, for each letter of the alphabet. ALL AT ONCE! A is for Adult Fiction! Adult […]

Happy Easter! The Chocolate Book Tag

Happy Easter everyone! In keeping with the Easter spirit, I found a chocolate book meme created by Well Done Books that I of course MUST participate in! The idea is to compare your favorite books with different types of chocolate. Check it out! 1.) Dark Chocolate: A Book with a Dark theme/content. This book, Such a […]

Guest Blog Post: The Best Little (Nerdy) Bookstore in Queens, by Author Kendra L. Saunders

Enigma Bookstore in Astoria, Queens is still a relatively new bookstore, but it has the friendly presence of a neighbor you’ve known your whole life. Amid a selection of seemingly hand-picked fantasy, sci-fi and graphic novel titles, you can find anything and everything that your inner nerd bookworm might desire. In my opinion, though, the […]

Book Review: In Retrospect, by Ellen Larson

“You have to be willing to die to change history…” It’s the 24th century, and Merit Rafi, a forensic Retrospecter, has been given the task to identify the murderer of Zane, a worthy general/hero, by going back in time. She came to Rasaka to strengthen the bonds between the Oku’s and the Raskan’s, through education […]

Cover Reveal! Silent Starsong, by T.J. Wooldridge

Eleven-year-old Kyra is meant to continue the Starbard’s proud family legacy of interpreting the future from the stars’ songs. Her deafness, incurable by the best medics, breaks her mother’s heart and pushes her father to explore anything to help his little girl–including the expensive purchase of a telepathic alien servant to help Kyra communicate on a […]