• Review: The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland

    “The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland” for me was a mess. It was manic to the extreme and I just couldn't get into it. I felt very confused and didn't connect with any of the characters. The story felt very bipolar and it just didn't work out for me.

  • Review: Ostrich And The ‘Roo Furry United Coalition, #6

    Eve Langlais knows how to turn up the heat while maintaining the hilarity as she returns readers to the fantastic World of the FUC / Furry United Coalition. Mari is such a wonderful mixture of light and dark and I thoroughly enjoyed seeing her turn into...

  • Article: Weekly: First In a Romance Series by Tammie King

    Week 2 Hi Readers, Tammie here again for the second week of First in a Romance Series. Today I have a wonderful Contemporary Christmas novel to share. Author Hope Ramsay's new Chapel of Love series kicks off with " A Christmas Bride "! This...

  • Article: Serendipity of Fate Giveaway by Becky Banks

    Hi Readers, Today we have Becky Banks stopping on over to share her latest book and an awesome contest. Becky has partnered with It's All In the Dee-Tales for a fabulous giveaway. :) That store is located in Portland, OR...My hometown! Don't miss the...

  • Article: Miranda Liasson's Can't Stop Loving You $25 Amazon Card and an eBook Giveaway

    Enter to win a $25 Amazon Card and an eBook as Miranda Liasson celebrates the release of her book Can't Stop Loving You . Open To: Worldwide Can't Stop Loving You Number : B01H3RO2R4 Release : 2016-12-06 Author : Miranda Liasson Genre : Romance Tags :...

  • Article: Jane Peden's Thoughts on First Impressions

    First impressions happen all the time. We have an initial reaction to another person based on their appearance, the sound of their voice, even where they are from or what they do for a living. Sometimes our first impressions are right on target. But other...

  • Article: UF & PNR December 2016

    It’s my second favorite time of year. Autumn, with all its Halloween wonderfulness, is my most favorite time of year but I really do love the holiday season. There’s so much to see and do, so much to enjoy- like the hustle and bustle of events,...

  • Article: Not The END. - Indie Pub It

    I have been writing this indie column for four years now and in that time, the indie publishing scene has exploded. For example, 2012 was the year that the UK newspaper, the Guardian , announced that indie authors earn less than $500, and that Forbes...

  • Article: Great Cozy's For the December - Dark Streets

    December is an excellent month for cozy mysteries to be released! After all, with all the hustle bustle of the holidays, sometimes it’s good to just sit down with a good cozy and take your mind off things! Here are a few of the December cozies you...

  • Article: My Prairie Cookbook - Inside the Cookbook

    5 Stars / Top Pick Cookbook! My Prairie Cookbook is a must have for Little House watchers and readers alike. I was so excited to see that Melissa Gilbert compiled this. This was one of my favorite television shows growing up. I love looking at the pictures...

  • Article: Must Reads for Young Readers - Melting Pot

    It’s the Holiday Season… I love my December holidays! Like every December since NOR was kind enough to give me this column, here are some of the books that made my short list of must reads for young readers. Give the gift of learning, understanding,...

  • Article: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire – Apples to Oranges

    Happy Holidays! Merry Holidays! Merry Christmas! Wishing you happiness in whatever fashion you celebrate the holiday season. Or for those who don’t celebrate the holidays, a good December to you. This month I wanted to select a story that included...

  • Article: Bolder and Older: Morgan St. James

    This month Older and Bolder features the multi-talented Morgan St. James . It’s hard to believe, though she had written numerous articles, this lady didn’t publish her first book until she was in her 60s. Maybe this was because she had a lot...

  • Article: Julie Nicholls, Cover Artist - Behind the Scenes

    This month I am delighted to have a visit with Julie Nicholls, via email and IMs, an English gal who now lives in Bulgaria. She and her husband wanted a quieter life, so escaped the hustle and bustle of England to a countryside filled with vineyards....

  • Magazine: Free Booklovers Mag - Dec 2016

    Burrrrrr. It's cold outside and I've found the perfect cozy spot in my local coffee shop to read. Let us help you find some great books as the winter chill takes hold.

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Miranda Liasson

    Hi Miranda! Thanks for stopping over and chatting about your latest book "Can't Stop Loving You". What is this book about and what is its theme? CAN’T STOP LOVING YOU is a second-chance love story about a couple who never really got the chance to make...

  • Review: Kept The Enforcers, #3

    “Kept” by Maya Banks has many of the elements that have made her a favorite of those who prefer dark erotic romances: a sinfully delicious alpha male with a penchant for BDSM, a naïve yet adventuresome young woman who is willing to be spoiled senseless...

  • Review: The Da Vinci Code - The Young Adult Adaptation

    I decided to read part of this book alongside its adult counterpart. And what I found was the adult version reads as a book two to “Angels and Demons”, The YA version reads as a book one. Other differences were we get a letter to the reader in the YA...

  • Review: The Queen of Blood The Queens of Renthia, #1

    The setting of this book was just breathtaking and I wish there were real places like this. Where the trees are big enough you can build entire cities within their branches. The world of Aratay is a place where every town, city and village is built on...

  • Review: Girls Like Me

    This book is in the format of text messages and verse!!! So the first thing I noticed when I opened this book was that it was written in verse, then it changes to text messaging down the line. There are a lot of broken lines and it just made the book...

  • Review: Dying for Strawberries A Berry Basket Mystery, #1

    "Dying for Strawberries" is the first book in the Berry Basket mystery series. Marlee Jacob owns a store called Berry Basket in Oriole Point, Michigan, where she sells berries like strawberries, along with other berry related items like jams, smoothies,...

  • Review: Victim Without a Face Fabian Risk Series, #1

    "Victim Without a Face" is the first book in the Fabian Risk series. Risk moves back to his hometown with his family and he’s only in his new home for a few hours before he must investigate a brutal murder of a classmate. Then, another classmate winds...

  • Review: The Witch and the Dead Wishcraft Mystery, #7

    The Wishcraft Mystery Series is one of my favorites, great characters, well written stories...and the touch of the paranormal I adore in my cozies. Darcy and Nick's relationship has progressed throughout the series and now they are taking the next step...

  • Review: Putting on the Witch Retired Witches Mysteries, #3

    I love this series and I am sad to acknowledge this is probably the last. I don't know if Jim completed any others before passing away earlier this year, just six months after Joyce passed in 2015. If it is the final book in the series, it ended well...

  • Review: By Familiar Means A Witch's Cat Mystery, #2

    I've fallen under the spell of The Witch's Cat Mystery Series. I have not yet read the first book, but when offered a chance to review book two I jumped on it. Cozy mystery with witches? Yes, please. Now I have to go back and read book one and I am definitely...

  • Review: This Is a Serious Book

    This book is a not so serious book trying to be serious. The narrator is trying to get the animals in the book to be serious, but they fail so good! This book is full of colorful pictures and laugh out loud commentary. It was very fun to read together...

  • Article: Cover Reveal: Bend by Nancy J. Hedin

    This book releases May 8, 2017 Lorraine Tyler is the only queer person in Bend, Minnesota. Or at least that’s what it feels like when the local church preaches so sternly against homosexuality. Which is why she’s fighting so hard to win the...

  • Review: Too Hot to Handle Romancing the Clarksons, #1

    You think your family is screwed up? Meet the Clarksons. They give new meaning to dysfunctional. And they are travelling cross country in an aged Suburban to fulfill their deceased mother’s last request; the possibilities are absolutely frightening. Our...

  • Review: The Viscount and the Vixen

    As much as I normally appreciate the defining romance that author Lorraine Heath pens, "The Viscount and the Vixen" was a historical-romance that I could not become involved with as the reader. I find this slightly disappointing because Heath as written...

  • Review: Wild at Whiskey Creek Hot in Hellcat Canyon

    I wasn't expecting to enjoy this as much as I did. I was a little bit leery because when you go into the story with the two main characters not really talking to each other -- welp, that's not usually super happy reading times. And I was also a bit wary...

  • Review: Wrong for Me Motor City Royals, #2

    “Wrong for Me” is just an amazing book. It’s as great as the first in the series. I really love with how the author continues this story universe. Levi is an ex-con. On the way home he decides that he is going to punish the person who put him in jail....

  • Review: Courting Death The Clarkeston Chronicles

    "Courting Death" is a very unique legal mystery featuring three young people working as law clerks for a famous federal judge. Melanie, who apparently made an appearance in a previous installment, became obsessed by an accident that occurred several years...

  • Review: Size Matters A Perfect Fit, #1

    Leah is a beautiful thick figures woman like myself with a sense of humor to boot. There's a running joke about Leah's color-blind kid brother that is both adorable and hysterical. While Leah can be critical about her weight, the majority of the flack...

  • Review: Miracle on 5th Avenue

    “Love your life, it’s the only one you have.” “Miracle on 5th Avenue” is the last book of a trilogy centered around three close friends who move to New York and open their own business. All the books in the series have been cute and fun, but Eva's story,...

  • Review: When All The Girls Have Gone

    Jayne Ann Krentz is set to thrill her fans with her latest novel "When All The Girls Have Gone". Filled with Krentz's trademark mixture of romance and intrigue her latest book is sure to be a satisfying read for her fans. It's also stand alone so anyone...

  • Review: The Bloodsworn A Bloodbound Novel, #3

    “The Bloodsworn” by Erin Lindsey has plenty of twists and turns and breathtaking action to keep one enthralled. There are multiple threads that have been spun over the course of the trilogy and most of them are tied off nicely, although a few of the conflicts...

  • Review: Leaping Lemmings!

    “Leaping Lemmings” by John Briggs and illustrated by Nicla Slater is a cute children’s book that promotes individualism and independent thinking. Playing off of the myth of mass lemming suicide through jumping off a cliff, this tale of the lemming who...

  • Review: Pete the Cat: My First I Can Draw

    If you or anyone you know is just starting to learn to draw, this is a great learn to draw book. James Dean makes drawing simple. He will have you drawing full size characters in little steps. You start out drawing say a circle and then moving on to step...

  • Article: Amy Jarecki'S The Time Traveler's Christmas $25 Amazon CG Giveaway & Print Book

    Join us as Amy Jarecki gives away a $25 Amazon Gift Card and a Print Book! The Time Traveler's Christmas - Guardian of Scotland Book 3 A man’s life can fall apart in an instant… Tougher than oxhide, Lachlan Wallace can take about anything...

  • Review: Sinner Space Gypsy Chronicles Book 2

    I loved “Sinner” and will re-read it again! Be ready for an adventurous story. Sinner: Space Gypsy Chronicles, #2 gets 5 stars from me. Eve Langlais’ teaser from "Pirate" had me craving this second book in her Space Gypsy Chronicles. I had to have it...

  • Article: How Rina Gray Approaches Her Writing

    A word to describe my writing space is fun.  Such a simple word, but appropriate. Lots of colors, happy quotes, unicorn tears, and rainbows. And highlighters. Lots and lots of highlights. I call it Happy Town, and I am the mayor. Population: one....

  • Review: A Clue in the Stew A Soup Lover's Mystery, #5

    “A Clue in the Stew” by Connie Archer is a story that reminds one of the joys and challenges of living in a town small enough that everyone knows everyone else. I enjoyed the interaction between those who are faithful friends, and sympathized with the...

  • Review: The Gift of a Lifetime

    "The Gift of a Lifetime", by Melissa Hill, is a sweet romance that will tear at your heart. The setting is beautiful and I enjoy the cover as well. Beth is a true romantic and I love her character. Every woman can relate. Anonymous gifts are a great romantic...

  • Review: Better Late Than Never A Library Lover's Mystery, #7

    A sweet read from start to finish. Ms. McKinlay knows how to write a thoroughly enjoyable novel in Better Late Than Never. Great plot development as this plot is full of tight moments, intense emotions, and lots of humor. I loved the recipes in the back...

  • Review: First Degree Mudder A Pacific Northwest Mystery, #4

    A great murder mystery from the Pacific Northwest (PNW) comes packed with information about Portland-Vancouver area in particular. This read is full of humor, weird moments, and other typical PNW behavior which clearly illustrates how weird Portland is....

  • Article: Writing the fifth Jana Lane mystery, RAG DOLL by Joe Cosentino + Excerpt

    I leap out of bed at 3am with an idea for a shocking ending nobody will guess, not even the mystery mavens. After fumbling for the pencil and pad on my night table, I jot down a few notes then fall back to sleep. The next day I can read my notes, so I...

  • Article: Winter Wonderland 2016

    This event starts on 11/23 and ends 12/15. Many Authors have come together to bring you this year's fun Winter Wonderland Scavenger Hunt! Each has donated $25 towards prizes. Come and find some awesome books and get into the Winter spirit. Along the way...

  • Review: One Hot December Men at Work

    Forget that frosty nip in the air. “One Hot December” will warm your senses with the flash fame going on between Ian and Veronica. Neither one likes to give up control, but the body language and the chemistry going on says that trouble is on the horizon....

  • Review: Cardwell Christmas Crime Scene Cardwell Cousins, #5

    “Cardwell Christmas Crime Scene” is the latest in B.J. Daniel’s Cardwell family series, and the first I’ve read in this series. There is an abundance of characters, and the story follows multiple perspectives. Because of all the perspectives, it took...

  • Article: Kate Noble's The Dare and the Doctor Book Giveaway

    Today we have the joy of sharing the release of the third book in the Winner Takes All series. Books one and two both have great reviews on Night Owl Reviews. Book three is still in the review process. The cover for this book is just lovely and transporting....

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Coloring Animal Mandalas

From the Sanskrit word for circle, mandalas have been used for meditation and healing for thousands of years. Coloring Animal Mandalas adds the beauty of the animal kingdom including butterflies, tigers, swans, snakes, lions, and even dragons into these intricate designs for page after page of coloring book bliss.