Posts tagged with ‘thriller’

  • “Devil’s Whisper” Movie Review

    By Ruth on October 3, 2017
    Synopsis: 15-year-old Alejandro Duran, who comes from a religious Latino American family, aspires to one day be a Catholic priest. But when Alex discovers a mysterious box, passed down from his grandparents, he unwittingly unleashes a demonic spirit bent on possessing him. Alex must find a way to defeat this ancient demon, which has been tormenting children since the dawn of […]
  • “Love To Kill” Movie Review

    By Ruth on July 16, 2017
    Francis is a mysterious attractive woman who catches the eye of Nicholas, a widower, and an aspiring politician. Nicholas falls head over heels, but he may have fallen for the wrong girl and he’s not the only one. Is she deceiving him or is she worse…a black widow? About a year and a half ago, I promised to review this […]
  • “The Hunt” (Short Film) Review

    By Ruth on July 28, 2016
    For me, there is nothing I enjoy more (almost) than reviewing indie films. I am one that seeks out those who could benefit from the extra promotion, and although it can be difficult to sometimes squeeze it into my schedule, I am happy to help when I can. And that is exactly how I feel with The Hunt. This is an independent film, […]
  • “Dragonflies: Shadows of Drones” by Andy Straka Book Review

    By Ruth on September 15, 2013
    I have a great review posted for the book I promoted on Friday. Dragonflies: Shadow of Drones by Andy Straka My rating: 5 of 5 stars I have to admit that I was not looking forward to reading this book. The saving grace was that I knew the book was short, and I was hopeful that it was a quick […]
  • Goddess Fish: “Cover of Darkness” by Gregory Delaurentis Promo (Ends 9/20) WW

    By Ruth on August 23, 2013
      COVER OF DARKNESS By Gregory Delaurentis BLURB:     A high profile murder of a Wall Street executive in Westchester pits three people against the criminal underbelly of Manhattan nightlife. The key players are two ex-cops turned private investigators—Kevin Whitehouse, whose sharpest tool is his keen analytical mind, and David Allerton, a former Special Forces operative—and Margaret Alexander, Kevin’s lover. […]
  • Pump Up Your Book: “Be Careful What You Wish For” by R.K. Avery Book Blast (Ends 8/30) U.S./Canada

    By Ruth on August 12, 2013
    About the Author:   As a recent graduate of the Institute of Children’s Literature, R. K. Avery has written numerous, unpublished, children’s picture books, but her true passion is writing adult fiction. “Having the ability to make people laugh or cry, just by using the written language, is a gift so powerful and I hope, one day, my name will be among those who possess it” […]
  • “The Alchemist Agenda” by Marty Weiss Book Review

    By Ruth on July 23, 2013
    Read more about the book here. The Alchemist Agenda by Marty Weiss My rating: 4 of 5 stars Thrillers are a genre that I do not regularly review due to the graphic violence and profanity that are often included. Since the author combined the history and thriller genre, I was certainly willing to give it a try. Thankfully, the profanity […]
  • Pump Up Your Book: “The Alchemist Agenda” by Marty Weiss Book Tour

    By Ruth on July 22, 2013
    Join Marty Weiss, author of the thriller novel, The Alchemist Agenda, as he tours the blogosphere July 1 – September 27, 2013 on his first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book! ABOUT THE ALCHEMIST AGENDA When Charlie Rocklin and his company Gold Diggers Exploration set out to recover a 17th century shipwreck, they discover an undocumented Nazi submarine […]
  • Pump Up Your Book: “The Controlled” by Becky Komant Guest Post

    By Ruth on July 15, 2013
    Join Becky Komant, author of the adult suspense thriller, The Controlled, as she tours the blogosphere July 1 – September 27 2013 on her first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book!  Follow the entire tour here.   About the Book:   Sarah Ruiz thought she had it all – until someone entered her life who was hell-bent on […]
  • “Near Miss” by Paul Mila Book Review

    By Ruth on June 20, 2013
    Author Bio: Paul J. Mila traded in his corporate suit for a wet suit in 2002 and now devotes his time to writing, scuba diving around the world, underwater photography, and speaking to groups about ocean conservation. He has enjoyed photographing and diving with sharks in the Bahamas and with diverse sea life in the Cayman Islands, Cozumel, Bonaire, Hawaii, […]