July Prism Recommended Reads ~ Congratulations Authors ~ with Giveaway

July Prism Recommended Read Awards. Authors, you may use the following graphic in conjunction with any title appearing on the monthly list, indefinitely. These are chosen Continue Reading →

The Bible Boys by Dan Skinner ~ Book Review & Giveaway by Beverley

Dan Skinner is an auto buy for me and if I’m lucky an auto review on PBA. How someone ever made this man doubt himself Continue Reading →

Book Hangovers ~ Sunday Spotlight by Brandilyn with Giveaway

Book Hangovers If you follow me on Facebook or read this blog with any regularity, you have heard me use the term “book hangover” on Continue Reading →

The Art of the Heart by Dan Skinner ~ Book Review by Beverley

On the 26th June, Dan Skinner quietly mentioned on his facebook page that he had just released a new short story he’d had around for Continue Reading →

May Prism Recommended Reads ~ Congratulations Authors ~ with Giveaway

May Prism Recommended Read Awards. Authors, you may use the following graphic in conjunction with any title appearing on the monthly list, indefinitely. These are chosen Continue Reading →

Dan Skinner talks The Price of Dick and more ~ Interview, Excerpt, & Giveaway!

I would like to thank Dan Skinner for stopping by on their tour for The Price of Dick and talking about [topic summary].  Check out Beverley’s review here.   There is Continue Reading →

The Price of Dick by Dan Skinner ~ Review by Beverley with Giveaway

What didn’t attract me to this book (rhetorical) The title titillates and intrigues, the cover is neon pink and as Dan Skinner’s last book Memorizing Continue Reading →

Dan Skinner stops by to discuss Books and Photographing Beautiful Men with Photos and Giveaway!

Are we in for a treat today!! Thank you for coming to talk to us today Dan and a personal thanks for the beautiful photos Continue Reading →

Memorizing You by Dan Skinner ~ Review by Beverley

I read ‘Memorizing You’ when it was first released and put up a review on Amazon, which I rarely did at that time. Below is Continue Reading →