Happy 7th Birthday to The Speed of Write

How can seven years have gone by since I started this blog? It certainly doesn’t feel like it’s been that long. It feels like it was just yesterday. Okay, not yesterday, but certainly not seven years! It’s hard to believe that this year alone I’ve read 161 books. How did I find the time? Anyway, it’s […]

Review of Blood Infernal by James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell

The third and last Order of the Sanguines story is finally here with Blood Infernal.The Woman of Learning, the Warrior of Man and the Knight of Christ, archaeologist Erin Granger, Sergeant Jordan Stone and Father Rhun Korza, will join forces once again to prevent Lucifer from escaping Hell. They need to find three stones and […]

Review of The Great Zoo of China by Matthew Reilly

Get ready for a new adventure with The Great Zoo of China.For forty years, the Chinese have been building the world’s greatest zoo. As part of a team of journalists and VIPs invited to it’s unveiling, Dr. CJ Cameron and her brother Hamish are there representing National Geographic. CJ is an expert on retiles and Hamish is […]

Review of Fireworks: Riley by Liliana Hart

Riley MacKenzie has a whole new story in Fireworks.While on a dig in Egypt, Riley gets a surprise visit from his wife, Maggie. She’s there to make up for the past year. While trying to get pregnant, they forgot how much they liked to play and experiment during sex. But her visit is overshadowed by […]

Review of The Book of the Dead by Greig Beck

It all starts with a sink hole and a missing couple, but The Book of the Deadquickly turns into a horrifying story of possible mass extinction. Professor Matt Kearns is called in as a language expert to help investigate possible symbols found in the first sink hole. He’s joined by both military and civilian experts […]