Sunday, April 4, 2021


 Patrol Log:  13604042021

Giveaway for signed copies of the John Hazard series!


A paranormal horror/thriller that delivers. A unique twist of a tale. This is no ordinary paranormal horror story.

When Walt Turner's mother died, he inherited her apartment and the antique shop below. After losing his job due to the treachery of a co-worker, The Spirit Box calls to him from the darkness of the shop with an offer of revenge. Lured by the promise of ultimate power and eternal life by the prisoner inside the box, Walt agrees to help it gather the final spirits it requires to return to human form.

John Hazard is investigating a series of murders and missing persons in this otherwise quiet town. His perceptions of reality are about to be altered in a life changing confrontation that will force him beyond the boundaries of darkness and ancient evil.

It is a spiraling descent into madness, where you may have everything you desire, if only you are willing to sacrifice all that you believe. When you look into The Spirit Box, be prepared to have more than your breath taken away.


 John Hazard is back on the trail of danger! After a life-altering event, he has resigned from the police department in small town America and enrolled in a Paranormal Investigation course at Bay University, a community college in San Francisco.

For their final grade, the class ventures to the Pacific NorthWest to film a documentary on a mysterious phenomenon they call “The NorthWest Triangle,” where scores of small aircraft and people have gone missing without a trace.

Professor Macy Renner believes the answer lies in an unsolved mystery from her own past and is determined to discover it, no matter the cost.

Emily Sparks has her own reasons for going, and it’s not just about the money. She is about to jump from the frying pan into the fire as she signs on for a journey that will transport her into the veritable jaws of hell.

Can a rag-tag team of misfits succeed in uncovering the source of the supernatural anomaly, or will the terror that lies in wait consume them in the process?

Come along on an adventure where you will learn that you don’t have to outrun the creatures behind you. You only have to run faster than the person beside you!


John Hazard and Emily Sparks have been to hell and back in the forests of the NorthWest, but there’s a new relationship developing between them, and more predators to deal with at home. A ruthless gang is hunting Emily, the only witness to a mob hit, and there is only one way to put an end to their threat. Fight fire with fire.

Once the menace has been eradicated, they’re working to put their lives back on track and get their Paranormal Investigation business off the ground. Life is uneventful until late one night a call comes from a friend with an obscure message. “If you don’t hear from me by morning, come over to my lab. Something may have gone wrong.”

In a mind bending adventure through a portal to another world, against overwhelming odds and horrific creatures, they will join a team of John’s former Marine comrades to bring back their friend, alive or dead.




Meet JH Glaze, an Author, Artist, and Entrepreneur. He was born in Ohio and left to travel the country looking for new opportunities. Eventually he landed in Atlanta GA, where he lives with his wife Susan, who moonlights as his editor, 2 dogs and a Senegal Parrot who hates, but tolerates him.

His writing includes the paranormal/horror/thriller series 'The Paranormal Adventures of John Hazard' which currently consists of 'The Spirit Box', 'NorthWest' and 'Send No Angel'. The stories center around a main character, John Hazard, a former police detective turned paranormal investigator. Many more adventures are planned and readers are invited to "Stay Tuned".

JH Glaze has also developed a short story series entitled The Horror Challenge, whereby he solicits his readers for a word or phrase that he then uses to develop a short story. This method of story development brings the reader into the creative process then credits their story suggestion at the time of publishing.

With the Novelettes, The Life We Dream and Forced Intelligence, JH Glaze expanded his writing into realms of paranormal romance and science fiction, while maintaining a compelling story telling style. A new paranormal series, Rune adds yet another layer to his work and he is excited about the future episodes of this serial novel which will be released one thrilling episode at a time.

A signature of his writing style is a blend of humor and horror. He delights in giving the reader something to savor in every story. When you are looking for something different to thrill and entertain you, try a novel or story by JH Glaze. 





Enter to win a signed copy of The Spirit Box, NorthWest, and Send No Angel by J.H. Glaze.  One winner will win all three books.  

You must me 18+ years old and a U.S. Resident.  

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Giveaway will close on April 30, 2021 at midnight Central Time.   


Saturday, March 13, 2021




Lucy Bowman would never have guessed that her best friend, Duffy McCready (of McCready’s Bait Shop & Funeral Home) has been in love with her since they were kids. Fear of rejection and his own romantic complications prevented Duffy from confessing his true feelings in high school, so he stood by and watched her wed Wayne Bowman right after high school. Wayne had always been a cheapskate, so it comes as no surprise when he suffers a fatal accident while fixing his own truck.

Even as her family and friends invade Lucy’s life and insist that the new widow is too fragile to do much beyond weeping, Lucy is ashamed to admit that life without Wayne is easier, less complicated. After all, no one knew what a relentless, soul-grinding trudge marriage to Wayne had been. Only Duffy can tell she’s hiding something.

In need of a fresh start, Lucy asks Duffy to put his cabinet-building skills to use, transforming the town's meat shop into a bake shop. As the bakery takes shape, Lucy and Duffy discover the spark that pulled them together so many years ago. Could this finally be the second chance he’s always hoped for?



 Gimme Some Sugar paints a comfortable picture of a small town where every one knows every one and family rivalries still exist. After losing her husband, Lucy and her son Sam move back to Lucy's home town, Lake Sackett, Georgia. All Lucy wants is a safe place to raise her son and live her dream of owning her own bakery. Now, if the town's folk would just mind their business, lol.

Let me start off by saying I have not read the first two books of this series. When Lucy moves back home, she is immediately comforted by the familiarity of where she grew up. Finding her footing as a single parent has been a challenge for Lucy. This sweet story is all about Lucy finding true love.

The characters depicted in the story are what make this story fun. The town is just the right balance of fun, not too silly but not all serious either. Duffy, Lucy's bff growing up, and his mother Dawn are the bright spot in Lucy's day. Evie and Melody, the evil in-laws, and Lana, Duffy's ex-wife, are the perfect people you love to hate. While Lucy works on getting her bakery open and discovering her true feelings about her failed marriage with Wayne and her true love feelings for Duffy, the evil-doers are hard at work attempting to destroy both Lucy's business and her romance with Duffy. I truly enjoyed getting to know Lucy and was instantly drawn into the world.

Narrator Review

Amanda Ronconi is one of my favorite narrators to date! Amanda has such a quality tone, along with a story telling talent that just sweeps you right into your own imagination. I love you Amanda. You are my narrator hero.  Amanda gets 5 fangs!







Monday, March 1, 2021


 Patrol Log:  13403012021

Giveaway:  Win a signed copy of Chasing Memories & Chasing Shadows 

by Tia Silverthorne Bach

There isn’t another way; not now. The others are coming. I can’t let them have you…

Seventeen-year-old Reagan has a problem: She can’t remember what happened the night her brother was taken. Now, the dreams haunting her from the incident are becoming more intense by the day. All the while, the lines between what’s real and what’s a product of her paranormal-obsessed mind are becoming blurred.

Is she losing her mind or has she just stepped into a world she thought only existed in books?

Caught in a web of worried parents, competing boys, Wiccan relatives, protective amulets, and psychiatrist babble, Reagan must determine the truth before it’s too late.


Reagan thought one night changed her life forever, but her fate was written long ago.

Merging creature and white blood,
One of flame, one of night,
At eighteen years it will commence,
Spiritual warrior and power,
Will bring an end to the lawless ones.

A war looms: One that pits brother against brother for werewolf supremacy. Angels and demons will each have a say before a victor is chosen.

With her eighteenth birthday only six months away, time is running out. Reagan must find a way to harness the two powerful, ancient bloodlines coursing through her: Werewolf and Wiccan. Then, she has to figure out her role in the century-old prophecy foretold by her great-grandmother.

However, if Reagan can’t save her family from her most vicious rival, Rafe, the forces of Hell will be unleashed and the war will be over before it starts.



Tia Silverthorne Bach has been married to her college sweetheart for twenty-four years, has three beautiful daughters, and adores living in the breathtaking state of Colorado. Her daughters were born in Chicago, San Diego, and Baltimore; and she feels fortunate to have called many places home. She believes in fairy tales and happy endings and is an avid reader and rabid grammar hound.

She is an award-winning, multi-genre author and an Editor for Indie Books Gone Wild. From an early age, she escaped into books and believes they can be the source of healing and strength. If she's not writing, you can find her on the tennis court, at the movies, reading a good book, or spooning peanut butter right out of the jar.

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Entry for the giveaway, be 18+ of age, a U.S. Resident, follow PY by any social media means, and drop a comment here telling me where you follow PY and a valid email address where you can be reached if you win.  That's it!  Giveaway will close on March 31st at midnight.  Good Luck ;)  

*Disclaimer, both books are signed "To Kim", but they were intended to giveaway on the blog, my bad.


Sunday, August 30, 2020


 Patrol Log:  13308302020


Charley Davidson, Grim Reaper extraordinaire, is pissed. She’s been kicked off the earthly plain for eternity – which is the appropriate amount of time to make a person stark raving mad. But someone’s looking out for her, and she’s allowed to return after a mere hundred years in exile. Is it too much to hope for that not much has changed? Apparently it is. Bummer.

She’s missed Reyes and her daughter, Beep, but now that she’s back on earth, it’s time to put to rest burning questions that need answers. What happened to her mother? How did she really die? Who killed her? And are cupcakes or coffee the best medicine? It all comes to a head in an epic showdown between good and evil in this final smart and hilarious novel.

The end of the line for Charley and Reyes...or is it?
Summoned to Thirteenth Grave was released back in January 2019, and I waited til now to listen to it because I didn't want their story to be over, but is it over?

Now I'm not about to give any spoilers because frankly if you're reading this, you've been reading the series, so nothing I say at this point will be a surprise. If by some chance you haven't been reading the series and you are reading this review, stop now and save yourself, and me some grief.

So all of you know ever since Beep was born the story line has had this big build up to Beep fighting the good fight with evil and all the people Charley knows that will be in her army...right? We've all been on the edge of our seats as we read on through countless attempts on evil's part to find Beep and kill her, with Charley and Reyes trying to cleverly find a way to keep her safe. Well, with this supposedly being the last book to the series I must say I was a little disappointed. Yes, we've had some big questions answered, yes, we all love Charley and Reyes, but the build up the author created for this last chapter of the story was so great that in the end what happened fell short for me. It was like being dropped off from a date with a handshake goodnight, after having a wonderful flirtatious night on the town with him. And to make things confusing, a question was asked at the end to imply more to come. What I'm saying is, this is suppose to be the last book of the series and when you build a story up that much, you have to reach down to the depths of your soul and unleash the most unimaginable on the reader for the ending and Mrs. Jones did not. What's so disappointing is that I know she could do it, I've seen her do it in her other stories. It felt like she held back and I don't understand why.

Narrator Review
Lorelei King delivered another phenomenal performance! I love her tone, and her comedic timing, plus the sarcasm. She is an amazing actress and storyteller. Don't ever stop what you're doing because you have a God given talent.  Rated it, 5 Fangs!


Tuesday, March 31, 2020


Patrol Log:  13203312020

By Kelly Moran

**Book provided by the author for an honest review**


You have the right to

As sheriff of Redwood Ridge, Parker Maloney has learned to bite his tongue at the ridiculous antics of the town's matchmakers. He's just grateful they've never messed with him before. Except it kind of seems like he's their next target. They keep sending him on one wild goose chase after another with a single common denominator--Madeline Freemont. Whatever. Maddie spent their youth terrorizing him and he has zero interest in reopening the claw marks. No matter how beautiful or intuitive or funny he finds her. Nope. He's laying down the law on this one. Yet there's something to her hot-as-hell spine of steel act he can't figure out and she's beginning to unlock the cell on his restraint.

Maddie Freemont's no newcomer to the cold shoulder. Most of the town never warmed up to her. Or tried. So when her ex leaves her high, dry, and so in debt she's forced onto the street, it's no shock there aren't any offered helping hands. She's making due by taking any odd job she can to scrape by. Even though she would've done anything for Parker's attention once upon a time, the last thing she needs is to be on his radar now. Why they suddenly keep crossing paths is a mystery. But it's becoming increasingly difficult to ignore his handsome, subtle charms--and how he's working his way under her resolve to expose desires she long ago shoved aside.

Parker Maloney, who was born and raised in Redwood Ridge, is now the towns Sheriff. Being the most eligible bachelor and also the all knowing of the whole town, how is it Parker has never ran into her until now. Madeline Freemont moved back to Redwood Ridge three years ago to right a wrong. Hated by many, Maddie did her best to be invisible and it worked until she ran into him. Will Parkers liked by everyone good natured soul be able to help Maddie rise from the ashes of her past and accept the love she deserves from herself, him and the town?

Redwood Ridge is a quirky little town that we all daydream about every now and then, which is also depicted a lot in those adorable Hallmark movies. Parker Maloney, the towns Sheriff, was described beautifully by the author as having jet black hair, emerald green eyes and the body of a line backer. Between that and Maddies depiction of Parker as “he had a strong moral code, ethics, a huge heart, good intentions, and an untainted soul” made my heart throb and panties melt all at the same time! I was all in until his love interest was introduced... Madeline Freemont. Madeline was the rich bitch in town growing up. She was the “mean girl” that all other girls wanted to be like and liked by. She was literally the opposite of Parker but unbeknownst to him, he's who she had her sights set on as a teenager. After Madeline's father and fiance were convicted of scamming money from the towns people, Madeline was left with nothing. Forced to quit college and crawl back to Redwood Ridge, she was on a mission to right the wrong her family had done to the town.

The story was real and I'm still not sure if the main focus was meant to be on Parker or Madeline. It was great to read a story where the two main characters story touched my heart. Even before reading about Madeline's journey, reading how she lived and how the towns people treated her had me feeling indignant and angry for her! Overall the very statement Maddie made about Parker was true about herself as well but she just didn't or couldn't see anything good about herself because of the guilt and actions of others. I loved the plot that brought them together, the characters that set the tone, and the humanity at it's greatest feeling the author gave the story. The last chapter had me in tears and feeling so optimistic that good people and love do prevail. The moral of the story on second chances and don't judge a book by it's cover can always stand the test of time. This was a heart warming story that fed my soul. The sexy guy and steamy sex helped too ;)



Saturday, March 21, 2020


Patrol Log:  13103212020


Jack Norris has just lost his best friend—who also happened to be his band's drummer—to a drunk driving accident. As he struggles to deal with the band's uncertain future and his own personal demons, those issues soon become unimportant. His dead friend has come back. And he's not showing any signs of going away. Questioning his own sanity, Jack finds his life spiraling out of control. But when a new acquaintance not only hooks him up with a drummer, but promises to help get rid of his ghostly stalker, Jack's life does a one-eighty.

Drew MacLellan, the new drummer, is more than just a new set of sticks—he's the brother of the insanely hot Jen MacLellan, who's definitely not Jack's biggest fan. Jen is nothing like the women Jack's dated in the past, but the more he gets to know her, the deeper he falls. The only problem is she's got a boyfriend. Caught between his growing attraction and the desire to do the right thing, Jack does everything he can to keep his distance. But the more he sees of her, the more he realizes he can't. He's determined to win Jen's heart, if only he can figure out how to help his dead friend rest in peace...permanently.

Jack Norris is the lead singer of a fast rising punk rock band, until his best friend and drummer are killed in a car accident. Grieving for his friend Eben lends Jack no motivation to seek out a new drummer for the band. With nothing to lose and a small push Jack finds himself scouting Drew MacLellan with a little help from his deceased friend Eben. Will Jack be able to face his guilt about Eben's death and move forward with his band, or will Eben's spirit lingering drive Jack insane?

Jack's story is sad and pathetic as it's all laid out in the first part of the book. To be honest the story went a tad slow for my liking, but with hope that the story would build some speed and layers to it, I stuck with it. I am soooo glad I stuck with it, Jack's story exceeded all preconceived ideas I was having. You see, Jack was portrayed quite the loser. He had a part time entry level job, only to shut his older brother and manager Ashton up. Jack's main focus was his band, he lived the rock star life to his full potential. Jack had no responsibilities nor did he give a fuck to have any. He drank too much and slept with any mini skirt that would have him. So when the new drummer Drew and his older sister Jen entered the picture that is when the magic really started for Jack.

The story had many layers to it to keep your interest and lay a great foundation for what's to come. This book wasn't just about Jack's band or him falling in love. It was about Jack growing into a man, an honorable, dedicated man. It was so great to read Jack's character develop in such a short period of time, (page count wise). And so you don't feel cheated, there is magic. Confessions of a Punk Rocker had me feeling so many emotions throughout the story, sadness, sympathy, disgust, anger and love. Who doesn't love a great story with psychics, seances and ghosts?!



Sunday, February 23, 2020


Patrol Log:  13002232020

By E.J. Stevens
Narrated by Melanie A. Mason & Anthony Bowling


The discovery of bricked up skeletal remains at 36 Craven Street point to something more diabolical than an illegal anatomy school. The tool marks on the bones, arcane sigils of great power, indicate more than mere butchery, more than enlightened experimentation. The signs, omens, and portents support the crown's greatest fears. A great evil is being unleashed upon the gaslit streets of London, a blood-drenched shadow reaching skeletal fingers beyond the slums of Whitechapel.

Collecting human souls is a thankless job, nearly as tedious as acting as solicitor to the fae. But when the demon Forneus enters an opium den searching for men eager to trade their souls for the ill-smelling weed, he stumbles on a plot so devious, so heinous, he's jealous that he hadn't thought of it himself.

Cora Drummond is an agent for the Whitechapel Paranormal branch of the British police force. Her job is to monitor and gauge any paranormal threats to the Queen and country. When Forneus, the Grand Marquis of Hell, approaches her for help to capture demons that are doing evil bidding without the knowledge of their Lord and Master, Cora then realizes that major trouble is headed her way. Will the women of Whitechapel Society have enough power and skill to stop what evil lurks on the other side of their realm?

The author clearly depicts what life was like for women in the Victorian Era. Cora and her fellow agents of Whitechapel have been bullied by the men of the same division. Their male counterparts have made it very clear that they will neither see or treat them as equals. So during Cora's investigation, she and the other female agents are left to rely on each other. The world building for this series is pretty impressive. All the characters play a vital role within Whitechapel, to which each person has a paranormal skill unique to them. As Cora tries to maneuver through her city to solve this mystery of dead bodies and demon activity, I got a sense of what kind of woman Cora is. I appreciated the fact that Cora was written as a whole person and not some pathetic victim. She does have powers that she does not yet fully have a handle on, nor does she realize her full potential, but I'm sure that will come in time as the series moves on. **Please excuse my spelling, I have not read the book I listened to the audio version** I love the character Flan. She's a sassy, strong willed psychic/empath. I was happy that although Flan appeared to not like Cora much, she was still there when Cora needed someone, even when she didn't know she needed help.

The story and characters were engaging. The dynamic within Whitechapel was interesting enough to raise the hackles on the back of my neck. I want to hear more, especially if the male agents have some major karma kick them in the ass. I give the book 4 Fangs.

Narrator Review

Melanie's interpretation of Cora's character did not fit well. Cora has a good sense of who she is, but Melanie's tone gave a brass, matter of fact life to Cora that I don't agree with. I feel like Melanie did a good job with her British accent, but she didn't give Cora the life her character deserved with her voice. I also listened to Melanie in the sense of as a story teller. Her story telling skills are a bit monotone for my liking. During each scene, Melanie lacked the emotion in her voice. When we get excited or upset our voice goes up and when we are sad or down our voice gets low. We voice our emotions! That is why it's so funny to watch and hear a person talk about how excited they are when their face and voice are displaying the total opposite. You know what I'm talking about, right? Imagine talking to Grumpy Cat...
Anthony I feel did a fine job with Forneus and the demons. Anthony embraced the characters fully and his voice brought forth the correct emotions in me that should have been. Good job Anthony! Overall I am giving the narration 3 Fangs. The rating reflects both narrators combined.