While I was ill and recuperating, my books received some lovely reviews ~ a wonderful healing tonic!
My Amazon giveaway for the December 2017 holidays garnered many reviews, and I’m so pleased to share them with you. Those I’ve already featured can be found here, here, and here. The latest are from
Brigid P. Gallagher, Jan Sikes, John Maberry, and
Robbie Cheadle. I’m so grateful for their interest, support, and time given. I’ve added links to their blogs and hope you will visit and follow if they’re new to you ❤
from Goodreads Aug 20, 2017
Brigid Gallagher rated it 5-Stars
Tina Frisco takes the reader on a journey with W’Ityani, a young woman from the E’Ghali tribe who live on the Plateau Beyond The Trees. The tribe respect all living things and share a reverance for Mother Earth, taking only that which they need to survive. W’Ityani has lost her parents at an early age and has been given the task of caring for The Crystal Shard. She falls in love with RoDinjah but they are subsequently separated as he follows his own warrior path. W’Ityani is tested on her own journey, facing fears, embracing her destiny and returning The Crystal Shard to The Great Mosaic of Life.
I loved the message of The Plateau Beyond The Trees and feel Mankind needs to address more respect for our planet and live more in tune with Nature like the E’Ghali tribe.
Brigid P. Gallagher Blog Amazon US Amazon UK
Not your Average Vampire Book 5 Stars
By on January 25, 2018
This story by the talented author, Tina Frisco, is anything but a normal Vampire story. The characters come alive and leap from the pages. I liked the Protagonist, Phoebe, but fell in love with her best friend, Lunah. Phoebe uncovers layer upon layer of secrets that have been withheld from her for her entire life. I don’t want to give away what they are, I will just say that the author kept me guessing. And, not only do we get a riveting story, but we get the backstory on how Vampires came to live on earth and the chemistry of their makeup. I have never read anything like this with such intricate detail and accuracy. There was plenty of action to keep me interested and turning pages and it comes to a climactic conclusion with final big secrets being revealed. I also loved that the author brought two characters into this story from her first book, Plateau. It is a multi-dimensional story layered with spiritual wisdom as well as the character drama. If you love a fast-paced story with lots of surprises, you’ll love this book.
Jan Sikes Blog Amazon US Amazon UK
A page-turner that grabs the reader 5 Stars
By on February 25, 2018
A very different storyline in the vampire genre.Different, in a densely populated genre, is a good thing. But that’s not the main draw of this telling. It’s well-written and keeps you turning virtual pages. The characters are well-developed and believable. I knew I’d like it after the first few paragraphs. If you like a combination of horror, suspense and thriller, you’ll like this one. It even has a surprise twist that I didn’t see coming. I’m big on twists myself.
John Maberry Blog Amazon US Amazon UK
Gabby and the Quads
By Robbie Cheadle on February 4, 2018
Gabby is an only child. She has lots of fun playing in her little swimming pool during summer time, riding her tricycle, trying on her Mom’s shoes and generally making her parents laugh but Gabby doesn’t have any brothers or sisters.
One day Gabby notices that Mom’s tummy is very big and Mom tells her that she has four new siblings coming, three brothers and a sister. Mom and Dad are a bit worried about how Gabby will react to her new siblings and they devise a fun plan for bringing them home and introducing them to Gabby.
Gabby loves the babies and soon learns how to be really useful and help her parents feed and burp them. She also becomes the Binky Boss, in charge of finding the babies binky’s whenever they loss them.
This is a delightful book, full of gorgeous illustrations, to help prepare small children for the arrival of a new baby.
Robbie Cheadle Blog Amazon US Amazon UK
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