5 HUGE Stars for ADULTHOOD IS A MYTH by Sarah Anderson – BOOK REVIEW


Author: Sarah Anderson

Series: A “Sarah Scribbles” Collection 

Length: 102 pages 

Price: $14.99 USD / $16.99 CDN

Genre: Humour, Graphic Novels & Comics 

Release Date: March 8, 2016 

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing 

ISBN: 978-1-4494-7419-5

Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 
~ I received a free copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. 

Are you a special snowflake?

Do you enjoy networking to advance your career?

Is adulthood an exciting new challenge for which you feel fully prepared?

Ugh. Please go away.

This book is for the rest of us. These comics document the wasting of entire beautiful weekends on the internet, the unbearable agony of holding hands on the street with a gorgeous guy, dreaming all day of getting home and back into pajamas, and wondering when, exactly, this adulthood thing begins. In other words, the horrors and awkwardness of young modern life. 

Oh my gosh! This is my first experience reading “Sarah Scribbles” and I adore her. She is sarcastic, she’s witty and she’s oh so real. 

This book is a collection of one page vignettes drawn in black and white. Each pages is divided into 5 or 6 panels. 

Creator Sarah Anderson has turned everyday situations into hilarious illustrated stories. 

It is difficult to pick a page to single out as my favourite because I liked every page. Picking a favourite is just a matter of which pages stood out the most. So, my favs are: “I love books” (because it reminds me of myself) and “Sleeping in” because it instantly brought to mind my 17 year old son. The 3am cat comic actually made me burst out laughing. 

I have rarely ever come across a comic that I actually enjoyed and yet this book is full of them. 

I highly recommend buying this book. It is great for a laugh and readers will be able to relate to almost every page.

The length of this book is perfect. It is neither too long nor too short. Readers will get their money’s worth when purchasing ADULTHOOD IS A MYTH. 

I give this book 5 out of 5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ and I will be on the lookout for more “Sarah Scribbles” books in the future. 

Discovering this book made my week and put a smile on my face. Who could ask for more? 

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Sarah Anderson is a young Brooklyn artist. 

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Book Description for Voice of the Spirit:

As they dig through possible suspects—from religious fanatics to resentful Satanists—they also find themselves reexamining their relationship, trying to figure out if two people with opposite beliefs can stay together. As time begins to run out for their kidnapped singer and the murders begin to pile up, they will have to find a way to resurrect what they had doubted and sacrifice what they had believed.​

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Charlotte Raine

Charlotte Raine is a best selling suspense author. Charlotte gets inspiration for her writing from the scenic mountains around her home near Vail, Colorado.

When she is not writing you will find her after a long day of skiing at one of the many lodges in Vail. She will most likely be next to a warm fire, drinking a glass of wine and telling stories.

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4 Stars for BRAZEN by Conan De Moe – BOOK REVIEW

Author: Conan De Moe
Type of Book: EBook: Novella 
Genre: Science Fiction, Thriller, Post-Apocalyptic Fiction
Release Date: February 2, 2016
Publisher: Turbo Fiction Publishing 
Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 

~ I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. 

Max is just an ordinary guy trying to navigate the government rules in post-apocalyptic New Chicago.

He has a wife at home who resents him and his second wife was sent back for reassignment when he failed (by only a single point) to meet the new government genetic standards. He wouldn’t really care, but the government mandated that every man must maintain dual wives. 

Waiting in line at the “Marriage Reissue” kiosk proves that even the apocalypse can’t fix government office waiting times. 

The one true love of Max’s life is his vintage Alpha-Romeo hovercraft. He cares more about that car than he ever has about either of his two wives. 

When he receives a holographic message from the car stating that his parking meter has expired, he is torn. He is next in line and the kiosk will close right after his turn, but if he doesn’t feed the meter his car might be towed. 

A seemingly small decision – whether to stay in line or to go feed the meter – has consequences he could never have anticipated.

What follows is a high-speed, action packed tale that goes from zero to 200 in the blink of an eye. Readers will not want to put this book down. 

Conan De Moe’s world-building is absolutely fantastic. Despite the story’s short length, the reader never feels cheated when it comes to learning about what the world is like in New Chicago in the year 2225. 

This novella is “Turbo Fiction” which means that it is short in length, but long in story. The technology included in this story is particularly exemplary. 

I rate this story as 4 out of 5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 


Conan De Moe is an Indie Author. His publishing house: Turbo Fiction, is dedicated to delivering high-octane fantasy to literary aficionados on the go. 

Turbo Fiction is the author’s invented slang for any short fiction under 40,000 words.

The author’s goal for 2016 is to write and publish as many Turbo Fictions as possible. 

“Life is long, try something short. Try Turbo Fiction.”

4 Stars for DEATH’S DRIVER by Jack Larson – AUDIOBOOK REVIEW

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Title: DEATH’S DRIVER: The Life of a Body Transporter


Type of Book: AUDIOBOOK – Unabridged


Length: 1 hour and 49 minutes


Release Date: December 18, 2015

Publisher: ZA Productions

Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars ****

~ I received a free copy of this book through AudioBookBlast in exchange for an honest review.


My career in the death care profession spanned a decade but encompassed the industry from several perspectives. What tied all these together was my role as a driver for the dead.

Sometimes I was a funeral driver, other times I picked up from morgues, and in another capacity I picked up the deceased from the scenes of car accidents, shootings, hit and runs, and worse. Finally, I cleaned up after homicides, accidents, and suicides as a side business.

I could have organized it in a logical, linear fashion, but that’s not how I remember it. My experiences varied widely and the pacing of the job was frenetic, fascinating, heartbreaking, and strangely edifying. Like death itself, it was always unpredictable.


This audiobook is just under two hours in length and in it, Jack Larson relates short anecdotes about his time as “Death’s Driver.” Most of his anecdotes are about picking up bodies at accident or crime scenes and at times he goes into gory detail about the condition the body was in when he arrived to transport it to the morgue.

This audiobook is definitely not suitable for listeners under the age of 18 as I believe it would give children nightmares. It may even give some adults nightmares, but at least adults know what to expect when they read the synopsis, so, if it causes them nightmares, that is their own fault.

All of the anecdotes in this audiobook are very short. I found this frustrating at times. I guess I wanted a bit more of the backstory for each anecdote. Without the backstory I never really felt connected to the stories. But, I assume that author Jack Larson had to stay unattached and dispassionate to be able to do his job, so I guess this detachment is to be expected.

I really liked the narrator. He did a great job of describing some horrific situations with just the right mix of reverence for the dead and clinical dispassion. He never allowed his own personal feelings about any of the situations to show in his voice and if you choose to listen to this audiobook, you will realize just how difficult that must have been for him. I rate the narration as 5 out of 5 stars. *****

Overall, I found some of the anecdotes interesting and I found some of them just ridiculous. I just wish there was more personal detail so that I would have felt some connection to the author.

I rate this audiobook as 4 out of 5 stars. ****



Jack Larson is an artist based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. His work is displayed in private collections around the world.

Several of his paintings have been published as book covers and one has been featured as an “Easter Egg” within Android smartphones. His work has been excoriated in reviews, exorcised by fundamentalist preachers, and appreciated by art collectors since he started painting zombies in 2009.

Click here to visit Jack Larson’s blog.

Follow him at: Instagram @zombiemarketing  

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Scott was a Minister for twenty years, and also served in the United States Airforce as a Spanish translator before becoming a Middle School English and Language teacher. He is fairly new to the world of audiobook narration since he only began narrating audiobooks in July of 2015. However, in that short length of time he has narrated over 40 audiobooks

In high school and college he was active in drama and forensics even competing at the state and national level. He has years of public speaking experience, especially since he is a sixth grade reading teacher. He loves to do “read-alouds” with his students on a daily basis.

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Title: Please Don’t Tell My Parents I’ve Got Henchmen

Author: Richard Roberts 

Genres: young-adult, superhero, science-fiction

Publisher: Curiosity Quills Press

Date of Release­­: February 8, 2016

Cover Artist: Ricky Gunawan

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What would middle school be like if half your classmates had super powers?  It’s time for Penny Akk to find out.  Her latest (failed) attempt to become a superhero has inspired the rest of the kids in her school to reveal their own powers.

Now, all of her relationships are changing.  She has a not-at-all-secret admirer, who wants to be Penny’s partner almost as much as she wants to be Penny’s rival.  The meanest girl in school has gained super powers and lost her mind.  Can Penny help her find a better one?  Can she help an aging supervillain connect with his daughter, and broken hearts of two of the most powerful people in the world?  And in all this, where will she find time for her own supervillainous fun, or even more dangerous, to start dating?

It’s going to be a long, strange semester.



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Subtitle: The Most Depraved Killers in History

Author: Victor McQueen

Type of Book: EBook

Length: 100 pages

Genre: Non-Fiction, True Crime, Mental Illness

Release Date:  October 30, 2015

Publisher: Arcturus Digital

Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


~ I received a free copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

“This book looks at some of history’s most notorious and infamous psychopaths … [it] will look not only at serial killers but also at others who have brought mayhem, betrayal, death and destruction in a world that failed to recognize them for the dangerous individuals they were.”

I was curious as to who, in the entire history of the world, that the author would choose to profile as  the ten worst psychopaths of all time. Sadly, there are many to choose from.

A few of his choices were obvious and expected such as the inclusion of Ted Bundy in the book. Other choices were less obvious but still made sense. But the inclusion of one individual in this book actually shocked me.

Initially I disagreed with the author about the inclusion of one individual, but upon further reading and after noting what exact characteristics are exhibited by genuine psychopaths, I have to admit that I now agree with author Victor McQueen that the person in question is indeed a true psychopath.

Deviant behaviour has always fascinated the general public. Regular people often express disbelief when someone they know  is found to be responsible for acts of depravity that most people could never imagine, let alone actually commit.

Through the reading of this book you will come to realize that the world is actually full of psychopaths and you will come to know how to identify them.


“Studies suggest that ‘high-Flyers’ in the business world tend to score more highly on the psychopath scale…Politics is another field in which psychopaths tend to flourish.”

This book is divided into eleven sections; one for each psychopath and a foreword. Each section contains the history and background of the individual, including their formative childhood years. Then it goes on to detail the psychopath’s crimes and actions. If relevant, it includes how and when they were arrested and details of their sentencing. However, some of these psychopaths eluded justice and if that is the case, that information is included as well. Basically, this book tells you everything you would want to know about each individual.

What makes this book different from the multitude of other serial killer books out there?

That is easy to answer. The difference is that the people highlighted in this book are not all serial killers, and not all serial killers are psychopaths. After you read this book you will know exactly what I mean by that statement.

I loved the fact that this book not only gave details of individuals psychopaths, but it also highlights facts that will both shock and surprise readers.

You will come away from this book with a better understanding of the identifiable behaviours and character traits that are exhibited by true psychopaths. Armed with this new knowledge, you might even be able to identify a psychopath near you!

I rate this book as 4 out of 5 stars. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

The only complaint I have regarding this book is the abrupt ending. The final chapter is all about Ted Bundy and after that the book just ends. I would have really liked there to be an “In Conclusion” chapter. Even though the similarities between each psychopath are apparent after reading about each person individually, it would have been nice to have it all wrapped up in a conclusion chapter. If I was the author, I would have included a chart with all the names on one side and a list of traits and commonalities across the top. I would then have filled out the chart by indicating which characteristics applied to each person. This would have made a stunning visual for the reader.





by Collette West
Stockton Beavers #1
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Sports

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Underdog Luke “Single” Singleton is yearning to make a comeback. After getting hit in the neck with a pitch—an injury that nearly cost him his life—he has one last chance to play for his hometown team, the Stockton Beavers. But his mom has Alzheimer’s, and he’s all she has to depend on. How can he pursue his career, much less someone special?

Personal care aide Roberta Bennett is done dating baseball players. Having had her share of heartbreak, she heads to Stockton hoping for a fresh start. But after she finds Luke’s mom outside, lost, and alone, she can’t refuse when he hires her on the spot. Unbeknownst to Luke, Roberta is all too familiar with the violent tendencies of the pitcher who hit him.

Now that they’re living under the same roof, the last thing either of them is looking for is a relationship. But it’s not long before they find themselves drawn to each other. And right when Luke is thinking about finally making a change to his single status, a secret from Roberta’s past emerges with the power to tear them apart.

About the Author

collette_westCollette West grew up as somewhat of a jock-nerd hybrid. Entering the world three weeks premature, her dad nearly missed her birth because he had seats behind the dugout for a sold-out, highly-anticipated match-up between two of baseball’s biggest rivals. Not to be outdone, her book-loving mom taught her how to read by the time she was three. A love of the game coupled with an appreciation for the written word were instilled in Collette‘s impressionable brain from a young age. No wonder her characters believe in the philosophy: sports + romance = a little slice of heaven.

Splitting her time between the Pocono Mountains and Manhattan, Collette indulges her inner fangirl by going to as manygames as she can from hockey to baseball and downloading every sports romance novel in existence onto her iPad. When she’s not clicking away on her laptop, she enjoys walking her dog in Central Park, satisfying her caffeine craving at the Starbucks on Broadway and keeping an eye out for Mr. Right. But above all, she loves dishing with her readers. Email her atcollette_west@yahoo.com.

She is the author of the New York Kings series which includes: NIGHT GAMES, GAME CHANGER, GAME ON, PERFECTGAME, INSIDE GAME and GAME WINNER.

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Title: Over-Scheduled Andrew

Author: Ashley Spires

Illustrator: Ashley Spires

Type of Book: Hardcover

Price: $19.99 CDN

Release Date: January 12, 2016

Length: 32 pages

ISBN: 978-1-77049-484-8

Publisher: Penguin Random House Canada

Genre: Children’s Fiction, Self-Help

My Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars *****



Andrew loves putting on plays so he decides to join the drama club at school. Determined to make his performance the best it can be, he joins the debate club to practice his public speaking. He signs up for dance and karate to help with his coordination. Then he’s asked to play for the tennis team and edit the school newspaper. Before long he’s learning to play the bagpipes, attending Spanish classes and joining the French film club. Suddenly Andrew doesn’t have time for anything or anyone else, not even his best friend Edie. And he definitely doesn’t have time to sleep.

It astounds me how over-scheduled kids in today’s world seem to be. OVER-SCHEDULED ANDREW highlights the perils of this rampant practice. While this is a children’s book and has gorgeous illustrations and is written in the simple prose that will appeal to young children, it contains a lesson, not only for the children, but for their parents as well.

Andrew signs up for more and more activities and the reasons that he signs up are admirable, but as his schedule becomes more and more full, he becomes more and more exhausted. Andrew finds himself not only tired, but also confused. He no longer has time to simply be a kid or to play with his best friend. Sadly, this happens to many, many children today.

Proof of this is easy to see. Go to any subdivision on a beautiful, sunny day and look around. When I was a child (in the 70s and early 80s) that subdivision would have been full of children outside playing with friends, riding their bikes, etc. Now, that subdivision looks like an adult-living community where no children actually reside. The kids all seem to be inside their houses; either watching television or playing video games. As far as I am concerned this is an epidemic.

Of course, as parents, we want the best for our children. I believe that is as true today as it was in the past, but unfortunately many parents have fallen into the trap of over-scheduling. They want to offer their children every opportunity and so they sign them up for every activity possible. This can actually have a negative impact on the child rather than the positive impact which was the original intent.

I absolutely LOVE the illustrations in this book. Andrew is a bird and his best friend, Edie, is a deer, but the illustrations are stylized perfectly. Each illustrated scene shows just enough detail to be relevant to the wording on that page, and does not contain distracting elements. The balance between detail and simplicity is simply superb. The illustrations also contain the perfect amount of humor.

I rate this book as 5 out of 5 Stars and I highly recommend it for children between the ages of 3 and 7. I recommend that all parents read this book no matter how old their children are since it contains a simple message that all parents should heed.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: (Illustration obtained from www.ashleyspires.com)

Ashley Spires Author Illustration

Ashley Spires is the author and illustrator of numerous funny books for children including The Most Magnificent Thing and the Binky the Space Cat series.She was born and raised in BC with eight cats and a dog.

After spending some time living in Toronto and Saskatoon, she has returned to the BC life, living in Ladner with three cats, one dog and a man. When she is not running or bike riding or over-scheduling herself, she makes children’s books, many of which have won numerous awards, including Ontario’s Silver Birch Express, the Atlantic Province’s Hackmatack, Saskatchewan’s Shining Willow and BC’s Chocolate Lily Award.

Visit Ashley at her website www.ashleyspires.com or follow her on twitter: @ashleyspires








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Book Details:

Book Title:  The Greatest Prospector in the World by Ken Dunn 
Category:  Adult Non-fiction, 198 pages
Genre: Historical Fiction / Business / Sales
Publisher: Next Century Publishing
Published: Nov 3 2015

Content Rating: PG

Book Description:

Laura Dunagan, was born in the gold prospecting days of rustic Alaska in the early 1900’s. When Laura was 14 years old, her father was trapped under a mud slide while prospecting in a nearby river and died. Laura was forced to move to Chicago in the care of her rich Uncle Joe. Laura hated Uncle Joe because he forced her to leave the river, but also because he had left the family prospecting business to move to Chicago years before she was born. 

Laura discovers that Uncle Joe made his fortune selling insurance and was the owner of the largest insurance company in Illinois. While wondering through the mansion one day, she found Uncle’s Joe personal den. In it, she discovered an entire new life that would lead her to heights that she would never had realized panning for gold in Alaska. Uncle Joe used the 6 gold prospecting rules for safety to prospect new clients for his insurance company and in doing so, discovered the secrets to wealth in selling.


Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

When I think about books on the subject of business and how to generate leads, I usually think of dry, textbook-like tomes that will put you to sleep faster than if you had guzzled a giant bottle of NyQuil. This book takes those expectations and completely and irrevocably shatters them.

This book is a mix of fiction non-fiction and is completely historically accurate. Rather than just list the best ways to generate sales leads, the author has embedded the information inside an utterly fascinating historical tale of resilience and determination.

The story immediately grabs the reader’s attention. Who can resist a true tale of success back in the era of the gold-rush when anyone willing to work hard could strike it rich at any moment.

Just about everyone can relate to Laura’s grief over the death of her father and her feelings of displacement and loneliness when she leaves her home in the wilds of Alaska to live in big city Chicago.

Relating to the characters forces the reader to become invested in the story. When a reader becomes invested in a story it is more likely that he or she will remember the contents of that story.

The fact that this book teaches readers the secrets to becoming successful at prospecting in a business sense is almost secondary to the story. The story itself is a great read.

I think Ken Dunn’s idea to write a sales book concealed within a fictitious framework was a stroke of genius. Basically … It works. The “secrets” he wanted to impart are easy to remember since they have been related through the struggles of the lead character in the story.

I am also impressed with the amount of historically accurate details that are contained within this story. In my view this is what takes this tale from good to great and this outweighs the negative feelings I had when I learned that Laura had a rich, influential Uncle who helped her on her journey to success. If this was purely a fiction book, I would have called the author out on the inclusion of the rich Uncle, but readers need to remember that this is a book about how to become a great sales person, not a book written purely for entertainment.

With that said, I have decided that this is one of the best sales tutorial books I have ever read. For that reason, I am rating THE GREATEST PROSPECTOR IN THE WORLD as 5 out of 5 stars.

Favorite Quotes From the Book:

“What’s most important is where we go from here.”

“Prospecting is a way of life; it’s not just about gold. It is the secret to success, and it will bring you fulfillment. When you invest in others, building up people by helping them to discover their dreams, accomplish their goals, and reach their destinies, that is the greatest reward.”

My Views on the Book’s Cover:

I think the front cover is as close to perfection as is humanly possible. I love the sepia tones which match the historical content of the story. I love the picture of the old-time prospector and the girl looking out over her beloved Alaska wilderness. It is also very clever that the reflection in the lake is of a modern city. Bravo to the cover designer.

The only thing I did not like was that the writing on the back cover is so small. This makes it difficult to read. Also, the back cover is just too cluttered. I agree that it should include some quotes of praise, but it is just too much.

To learn more about this book and to get a free sample visit http://www.greatestprospector.com

~ I received a free copy of this book through iReads Book Tours in exchange for an honest review.

Meet the author:  

Author Ken Dunn

Ken Dunn is one of the leadership training world’s up and coming great speakers and trainers. An incredible hunger to learn and teach others has led Ken successfully through five different professional careers in the past 25 years.

Ken began a policing career at the age of 18. He was involved in the policing world’s most exhilarating and challenging disciplines, including undercover drug and surveillance work, S.W.A.T. team work, aggravated child abuse, frauds, aggravated assaults, illegal weapons smuggling and homicides.

 Today, Ken regularly speaks to groups in the direct sales, mortgage, insurance and banking industries. He uses humor and his own experiences to inspire audiences around the world. Ken lives in Toronto, Canada, with his wife, Julie, and children Matthew and Laura.

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