Monday, July 2, 2018

Venting: Pirating books is wrong! by The Tattooed Book Geek

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Thursday, June 28, 2018

Review: The Wizard Hunt

The Wizard Hunt The Wizard Hunt by C.J. Thompson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The Wizard Hunt by C.J. Thompson is the first installment in The Forgotten Wizard series. Roland Roper is determined to find a cure for his ailing father.

Plot 3/5: The plot is good but executed poorly.

Characters 2/5: The characters weren't believable, or fleshed out enough for me.

World building 3/5: I would have liked to see more descriptions in all aspects of this story.

Pacing 3/5: The pacing was too slow for my taste.

Writing 3/5: I feel there is a lot of potential for this story to be built upon.

Overall 2.8

Purchased from Amazon.

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Review: Infestation

Infestation Infestation by William Meikle
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Infestation by William Meikle is a stand alone book about monsters and mayhem.

Plot 5/5: This is an exciting tale of overgrown isopods.

Characters 5/5: The characters come to life within the pages of this story.

World building 5/5: The situation that the characters find themselves in is very imaginable.

Pacing 5/5: Action packed!

Writing 5/5: William Meikle's writing is fantastic!

Overall: 5

This story took me back to the B horror movies that I loved as a kid! Fantastic story, and I definitely recommend it!

Purchased on Amazon.

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Monday, June 25, 2018

C.L. Cannon’s June BookBub Giveaway!

Follow some amazing authors on BookBub and be entered to win a $350 Amazon gift card!

Review: The Hunter's Rede

The Hunter's Rede The Hunter's Rede by F.T. McKinstry
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Hunter's Rede by F.T. McKinstry is the first installment in the Chronicles of Ealiron about a hunter named Lorth and his the quest he finds himself on.

Plot 4/5: There was a major twist that I wasn't expecting.

Characters 4/5: The characters are pretty fleshed out. I found myself liking Lorth very much.

World building 4/5: There are different places and races which enhanced the story.

Pacing 3/5: The pacing was steady, but dragged with wordy descriptions.

Writing 4/5: The writing is good with very few typos.

Overall: 3.8

Won in a Goodreads giveaway, and also purchased on Amazon (not realizing it was the same book).

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Thursday, June 14, 2018

The Book of Choice Giveaway Hop

I will be picking a winner at midnight Eastern time. Get in your last entries for The Book of Choice Giveaway Hop! Hosted by Lonna @ ! Good luck!

I will notify the winner by sending an email to the email address entered in the Rafflecopter.

Review: The Chalk Man

The Chalk Man The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor is her debut novel about 12 year old Eddie and his group of friends, and the meeting of Mr. Halloran, the Chalk Man.

Plot 5/5: This is a horror mystery with so many twists and turns. It kept me engrossed.

Characters 5/5: The characters are well fleshed out. I loved getting to know the characters.

World building 4/5: The story goes back and forth from the present to 1986, when it all happened.

Pacing 4/5: The pace was steady.

Writing 4/5: There were a couple of errors, but did not in the least interfere with the flow of the story.

Overall: 4.4

I highly recommend this book to lovers of Stephen King stories.

Won in a blog giveaway at KissinBlueKaren for the January 2018 New Release #Giveaway Hop.

Thank you, Karen!

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Review: The Chalk Man

The Chalk Man The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Review coming soon!

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

The Deciding Book

A few days ago I was torn between two books. "Which should I read first?" I asked myself that question several times. Well, I tried both. 

The first was Lunora and the Monster King by H.S. Crow

After 5% into the book, I knew it wasn't for me. It's written like a play with the description of the characters at the beginning of the book. Then it tells us what said person is doing (i.e. laughing, crying), then we get a few words of dialogue. The chapters are acts, and very boring acts I might add. Unfortunately, this is not what I had in mind for an enjoyable fantasy novel. 

The second book was Stryke First: A Comic Fantasy by Kevin Partner

After 5% of this book, I also knew this wasn't for me. I kept anticipating the comedy, but I never found any.

So, after not getting past the 5% in both books I decided to DNF them. Now that I'm older, I'm quick to DNF a book. Life is too short to read books that do not catch my interest, though that is not to say that someone else might not enjoy these books.

The book that has gotten my attention, and I will definitely finish is: 

The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor

So far, so good! I can't wait to finish this book!

Have a wonderful day, my Lovelies! 

Saturday, June 9, 2018

The NetGalley Book Tag


1. Link back to the tag's creator: Kourtni at Kourtni Reads
2. Thank and link back to the person who tagged you: Melanie at Mel to the Any
3. Answer the questions as best you can. If you don't use NetGalley, you can substitute other sites and places where you get books.
4. Tag a few people to do this to.
5. Have fun!

🟊Auto-approved: Who's the one author whose books you automatically want to read, regardless of what they are about?

I use to be auto-approve with Red Adept Publishing, but I don't think they use NetGalley any longer. As far as not having anything to do with NetGalley, my author is Stephen King. It doesn't matter what he writes about, I have to have it!

🟊Request: What makes you want to request a book on NetGalley?

The cover and the blurb.

🟊Feedback ratio: Do you review every book you read? If not, how do you decide what books to review?

I review every book I read. Some books I have more to say than others, it just depends how the book catches me. 

🟊Badges: If you could create one badge to display on your blog, what would it be for?

I would create a badge that supported indie authors.

🟊Wish for it: What's one book you are absolutely dying to read?

That's the easiest question on this list!

🟊2018 NetGalley Challenge: What was the last book that you received as an ARC that you reviewed? If you've never received an ARC, what's the last book you reviewed?

The last ARC that I received was The Marvelous Adventures of Gwendolyn Gray

That's it for me!

🟊I tag:

Rainne at Rainne's Ramblings


Nicole at The BookWorm Drinketh

Thanks to the lovely Melanie at Mel to the Any for tagging me!

Hope everyone has fun and enjoys their day! Thank you, lovelies for stopping by!

Hi lovely readers! I was curious as to what to read next. It's between the two books shown below.

Lunora and the Monster King

I won this in a Goodreads giveaway.

Now, the second book:

Stryke First: A Comic Fantasy

I've had this on my TBR for a year now.

Thank you lovely readers!

Review: Sleeping Beauties

Sleeping Beauties Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I'm a Stephen King fanatic, so of course I loved it.

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Thursday, June 7, 2018

I was nominated for this award by Nicole at The BookWorm Drinketh. I thought it would be fun so I'm participating. 

If you were to name one piece of clothing that describes you, what would you say?

I would have to say a flannel shirt,because I'm tomboyish, laid back, and I can take it off when I get hot!

If you had your human body, but the head of an animal, what animal would you pick?

I would have to go with a cat. I'm very much like a cat anyhow; not too concerned with what's going on around me as long as I'm fed.

What would be your dream job?

When I was a kid, I always wanted to do animation for Disney. Now that I'm older, I'd love to work in a library. 

If you were to create a slogan for your life, what would it be? (Example: Eat, drink, and be merry.)

I'd go with: Live and let live. 

What part of your daily routine do you enjoy most?

Reading in my bed after my grandchildren go to sleep. #MyTime

If you could choose your age forever, what age would you choose and why?

I'd choose 50, because I wouldn't want to go through what I've been through again, and I've learned a lot from my numerous mistakes that I am content where my life is at right now.

Choose an imaginary friend. Who would you choose and why?

I've had an imaginary friend all my life. I don't call him/her anything, but I talk to him/her all the time. My imaginary friend has never had a sex or color. He/she has just always been there, listening to me when no one else would.

If you could read one person's mind, who would it be?

I would like to read a baby's mind. I've always wondered what and how they think.

Would you rather see the future or change the past?

I would rather see the future. I am who I am because of the past, so I wouldn't want to change me.

What do you do to have fun?

I read, visit my mom, and play with my grandchildren.

That's it for me. I'm nominating:

Rainne at Rainne's Ramblings


Lonna at FLYLef

My questions:

 1. If you could be an inanimate object, what would you be?

 2. Where would you like to visit, and why?

 3. If you could be any animal, what would you be?

 4. What was your dream as a child?

 5. If you could only have one kind of food for the rest of your life, what      would you choose?

 6. If you could be a color, what color would you choose?

 7. Would you rather be rich and unhappy, or poor and happy?

 8. What is your biggest accomplishment?

 9. Do you have a favorite piece of clothing? 

10. What is your all time favorite song?

 Answer the questions. Or not. It's up to you! Hope you have fun with this like I did! Thanks for stopping by! 

I saw this post on Rainne's Ramblings and thought it would be fun. 















Let me know if any of you decide to do this. I'd love to see your blogs' names in books! 

Thanks for stopping by! Have a great day!

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Review: The Watcher: And the Origins of Magic

The Watcher: And the Origins of Magic The Watcher: And the Origins of Magic by Luis Robles
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The Watcher: And the Origins of Magic is the first book in the two book series The Gates of Oblivion by Luis Robles. This is the story of Bliss, the last Child of Power.

Plot 4/5: I thought the plot was interesting.
Characters 4/5: I loved Bliss and Pah.
World building 3/5: I thought the world building could have used a bit more detail.
Pacing 4/5: The pacing was steady with spurts of action.
Writing 2/5: This book has a lot of potential, though I feel this book could have used better editing.

Overall 3.4

Purchased from Amazon.

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Thursday, May 31, 2018

Hosted by Lonna @ FLYLef

Welcome to my blog, FeeRtheDragon. This is my very first giveaway, and I am honored that my first giveaway is with the wonderful Lonna from FLYLef! For my stop, I'll be giving away a $10 Amazon card to one lucky winner. This giveaway is open Internationally. Giveaway runs from June 1-15.

Follow the blog hop by clicking the following link:

It will take you back to Lonna @ FLYLef's blog.

Thanks for stopping by!

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

GDPR Regulations

I know you all are probably sick of hearing about the new GDPR regulations, I know I am! But unless I give you all the chance to unsubscribe from my emails, Blogger will shut down my blog. So here goes. Any information collected on my blog is for subscription purposes only. I do not retain the information for any purpose other than sending emails to my subscribers. Any other information collected is strictly under Google's guidelines. You can find that info here: and here: Feel free to unsubscribe if you no longer want my emails.

Have a great day! 

Fee Roberts at FeeRtheDragon

Thursday, May 17, 2018