Fireflightis the story of a youth, traveling across an America stripped of technology and filled with mythical creatures, trying to rescue his mother from a realm beyond his reach.
One year ago, J.J. was an ordinary teenager. All he wanted was to spend time with his friends and become a famous rock star. Then the creatures of legend and myth returned to Earth in a world-wide cataclysm. Humans, forced to rebuild, suddenly had to learn to live among elves, fairies, dwarves, and magic. Society lost its power and technology, but J.J. lost his mother, the one person he could never live without.
Now there’s a chance she’s still alive, trapped in another dimension, and J.J.’s dad is determined to get her back. Father and son must venture across a deadly landscape, never sure if they’ll even survive the journey, or each other.
J.J. will have to fight for everything he holds dear, but if he can learn to have faith, he may just save what was lost, and discover what kind of man he’s going to become in these uncertain new days of Earth.
This is my long overdue book review of UNVEILED book 2 of the Unbreakable Series by author Zel ly Jordan I would like to start off by sincerely apologizing to the author for not being able to complete the review last year. #COVID19Message- I hope that all of my readers and followers are well, coping with the new changes, being safe, wearing masks and if not wearing gloves have access to and are using hand sanitizer, being smart about social distancing and are showing love by being kind and courteous to one another. I also hope that you had more time to read while sheltering in place and staying home. This is an adult paranormal suspense romance with violence, adult language, and mild to maximum sexual content. So if any of that offends you, or they are triggers ...you know the way off the blog! This is my book review on the second book in the unbreakable series by Australian author Zelly Jordan. This was an ARC provided by the author for the sole purpose of an unbiased revi
Hello my lovelies, I sincerely hope you all are doing well, adjusting to a more clean and safe lifestyle. I extend my apologies and sympathy to those that are suffering through this coronavirus disease and have or are losing loved ones. I thank those, that have and are standing up for the lives of all, including black lives, that are thought of as less than, for whatever differences seem to be the demon of the day. We all matter. We all have something to add to this world. We all have a purpose, no matter what belief you resign to. That person standing next to you may be a crucial part in a major change in our lives that one day eradicates cancer, or gets us out into the galaxy, or finds a way to preserve this planet's wildlife or water supplies. We have to stop allowing our baser self to lead us in disgusting acts of hatred and aggression that literally and figuratively stamp the light out of others. I often wonder what would happen if there was no crime of any sort for 30 da
This is my unsolicited review of Fragile Boundaries: A Flash Fiction Short Story Collection by author RE Vaughn It's been a while since I've read a short story collection, which when I do, I usually enjoy. This collection, while clearly well thought out, was a wierd menagerie of bite size snippets of shitty life moments that felt like a bit too much realism. I even stopped after the second story to google flash fiction to make sure I understood what it was. Fragile Boundaries has a good mixture of different genres. The stories give you a very narrow glimpse of a character's life in which an action has happened or is going to happen that guides the story and how they respond. Its mostly things that could have happened to any of us. But, the author has somehow trapped you while reading. In each story you are in there with each character, feeling their very well written and developed thoughts and actions. Whether you want to be in there or not. Some of the stories feel