Author describes her Kickstarter Experience 4

Interview with Charity Bradford, part 4 November is National Novel Writing Month.  LoveAndBooks.com is getting into the spirit by highlighting budding authors. Charity Bradford is one of our featured authors of the month.  She is trying to crowdfund publication of her third novel, “Fade Into Me,” with a Kickstarter project. In our first three interviews with her, she told us about herself, told us about her book, “Fade into Me,” and discussed her views on writing. In this Read more […]


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Charity Bradford Discusses Writing

Interview with Charity Bradford, part 3 November is National Novel Writing Month.  LoveAndBooks.com is getting into the spirit by highlighting budding authors. Charity Bradford is one of our featured authors of the month.  She is working on her third novel, “Fade Into Me.”  She’s trying to fund it with a Kickstarter project, which you should go check out. In our first and second interviews with her, she told us about herself and about “Fade into Me.” In this third of four interviews Read more […]


Charity Bradford Interview – Fade Into Me

LoveAndBooks.com interview with Charity Bradford, part 2 November is National Novel Writing Month.  LoveAndBooks.com is getting into the spirit by highlighting budding authors. Charity Bradford is one of our featured authors of the month.  She is working on her third novel, “Fade Into Me.”  She has a Kickstarter project going, to try to raise the money to publish it. In our first interview with Bradford, she told us a bit about herself. In this second of four interviews with her, Read more […]

Fade into Me

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Charity Bradford’s “Stellar Cloud”

A review of Charity Bradford’s “Stellar Cloud”   This book is a little jarring. It took me a while to figure out how to describe it. I clearly enjoyed Stellar Cloud, (4 Whatzits after all). But it’s jarring. There are a lot of cliff-hangers in this collection. Because of the lack of resolution in many of them, and their length being a little on the short side, your brain wants to make sense of them all—as though they represent some sort of timeline or multiple perspectives at the same Read more […]


Charity Bradford’s The Magic Wakes

An Interesting Mix of Genres In “The Magic Wakes,” Charity Bradford takes the reader on a ride using various elements of science fiction and fantasy, which turns out to be a very interesting and rare combination. When you mix dragons and magic with spaceships and futuristic technology — old world versus new world — it’s a leap of imagination. Talia Zaryn, a scientist on her home world, Sendek, has had troubling nightmares for years: an alien invasion that culminates with her death during Read more […]

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Charity Bradford Interview

LoveAndBooks.com interview with Charity Bradford November is National Novel Writing Month.  LoveAndBooks.com is getting into the spirit by highlighting budding authors. Charity Bradford is one of our featured authors this month.  She is working on her third novel, “Fade Into Me.”  She has a Kickstarter project going, to try to raise the money to publish it. In this first of a series of interviews, Charity Bradford tells us a bit about herself.     L&B:  Tell Read more […]


J.T. Geissinger’s “Into Darkness.”

Lumina Bohn has a secret. And it is one that will get her killed. “I’m different. I’m dangerous. I’m almost certainly not human. And if I want to stay alive, no one can know.” She is not human. Of that she is sure, for how else can she explain starting fires with a thought and stripping abilities from others she touches? Life after The Flash is controlled by the Imperial Federation, the power that imposed order on the few remaining outposts of humans. Toxic clouds poison the air and Read more […]

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Hannah Howell’s “If He’s Daring”

“Her father needed tending to first, the dazed look in his gray eyes telling her that he was not ready to answer all her questions, not even the one now screaming in her mind. Where is my son?” Fiery redhead Cathryn Gryffin de Warrene arrives home to find her father beaten and her son taken by her dead husband’s brother, Morris. Without a second thought to her reputation, she flies to her six-year-old’s aid, hell-bent on retrieving her child from the villain who took him. When her Read more […]


Caitlin Kittredge’s “Street Magic”

“Magic kills, Pete. Get used to it.” Pete Caldecott, a Detective Inspector with the London Metropolitan Police at twenty-six, has an idiot ex-fianceé and a job following in her father’s footsteps. When a case for a missing child leads her to a dump of a hotel with a lead, the last thing she expects to find is Jack Winter: former frontman for The Poor Dead Bastards, her idol at sixteen, and a magic user. “He’d been bloody and still the last time Pete saw him. Eyes Read more […]

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Neil Gaiman’s “Neverwhere” 1

“I’d watch out for doors if I were you.” Richard Mayhew leads a very predictable life. After 3 years in London he has a controlling fianceé, a steady job in securities and days of endless edification at the hands of his wife-to-be. And that is because Richard, for all his contradictions and waffling, seems to have so much potential if the right woman (read his fianceé takes him to hand. With her, Richard’s life follows a predictable routine. Until he moment he stops to help the Read more […]