Twitter and my Blocked Account

I had to make a new Twitter account because Twitter never unlocked my account.

I’m going to have to follow all my blogs again. My new Twitter name is:


It was @dragonfee64.

My Review of Admission of Guilt


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Admission of Guilt by T.V. LoCicero is the second book in The detroit im dyin Trilogy. It can be read as a stand alone. When a 13 year old girl is shot and killed, her teacher, John Giordano, takes matters in his own hands to do something about the drugs in her neighborhood.


I thought the premise was interesting, but the execution to pull this story together was a bit flat. I would start a chapter, and for a few paragraphs I wouldn’t know which character the author was referring to. It threw my reading off a bit. Also, there were several grammatical errors, but I looked over this because I wanted to know the outcome.


I received a free ebook from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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Guest Review: Faithless by Graham Austin-King. Reviewed by David Walters.

Guest Review: Faithless by Graham Austin-King. Reviewed by David Walters.

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A new feature here on Mighty Thor JRS, Guest Review! I will feature reviews from contributors (other bloggers, reviewers, and authors) from around the web. If you are interested in being featured or becoming a contributor please get in touch. (

Today’s Guest review is by David Walters. He will be reviewing the book Faithless by Graham Austin-King Thanks David, we look forward to more of your reviews!

Faithless by Graham Austin-King


So go get your copy!

David Walters review of Graham Austin-King’s Faithless.

Dark, gritty, fraught with angst.

In the temples of Aspiration, prayers fall on deaf ears. Priests struggle to keep the faith as their god has fallen silent. The once great forges now simply serve as training grounds and the mines that lie below claim life after life. A young boy named Wynn is sold into a nightmare situation…

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My Review of Lisey’s Story


Lisey's Story - Stephen King

Lisey’s Story by Stephen King is a story about Lisey and the love she has for her husband.


I adore King’s work, and this book was no exception. To me, this is a love story only the way King can do it, and of course there is imagination running amok. All I can say is that I loved it, but I’m bias when it comes to King which is why I usually don’t review his books. But I figured I’d write a few words about it since it’s included in my book challenge.

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Guest Blog: The Grief of a Writer By Gail Z. Martin

Guest Blog: The Grief of a Writer By Gail Z. Martin

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As part of my author guest blog series I am proud to present another guest blog spot.

Author Gail Z Martin has been kind enough to write a guest blog post for Mighty Thor JRS today. I am very excited and I would like to thank Gail and Rebellion Publishing for the opportunity to host this Guest Blog.

Would you like to be a part of my author guest blog series? Please contact me!

Now without further adieu here is Gail’s awesome guest blog.

And don’t forget to check out her new book:

Scourge: A Darkhurst Novel

The Grief of a Writer

By Gail Z. Martin

Faulkner (and others) are credited with telling authors to ‘kill all your darlings’, meaning to ruthlessly edit the scenes and wording we often like the best. But writers also murder their characters—a different kind of darling—and it’s never easy.

Before a…

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Book Haul: An Echo of Things to Come by James Islington

Book Haul: An Echo of Things to Come by James Islington

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The wonderful people over at Orbit were awesome enough to send me a copy of this fantastic book! Thanks Orbit! I can’t wait to read and review!

An Echo of Things to Come

by James Islington

IS DUE OUT August 22, 2017!

So go get your copy!





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by James Islington

The second book in the acclaimed Licanius Trilogy by James Islington.
“Love The Wheel of Time? This is about to become your new favorite series.” – B&N SF & Fantasy Blog
“Fans of Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson will find much to admire.” – Guardian
In the wake of a devastating attack, an amnesty has been declared for all Augurs-finally allowing them to emerge from hiding and openly oppose the dark forces massing against the land of Andarra. As the Augur Davian and his new allies hurry north toward the ever-weakening Boundary, however…

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Brainrush Series by Richard Bard

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Genre: Action/Adventure Thriller, Romantic Suspense

An “international thriller with soul.” Features a broad cast of characters with kids playing significant roles. Ideal reading for fans of Michael Crichton, Clive Cussler, James Rollins, Brad Thor, Dan Brown, Matthew Reilly, Tom Clancy, Robert Ludlum, and Vince Flynn.

Brainrush is a story about second chances, and embracing every day of your life as though it’s your last. Called “a terrifically entertaining thriller” by Publishers Weekly, Book-1 of the series was named The Wall Street Journal #1 Bestselling Action/Adventure in their Guide to Self-Published Big Sellers, while Book-2 was on the Top-10 Amazon Mystery/Thriller Top Rated list for 53-straight weeks. This set the stage for the blockbuster release of the third book in the series, which was heralded by Suspense Magazine as “part science fiction, part thriller, part suspense, part love story, and part mystery. It’s got it all and that’s what makes this…

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Mythology, the Moon, and the 2017 Solar Eclipse

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Winter Moon Raven, by F.T. McKinstry

Winter Moon Raven

If you live in the US, particularly in the swath along the width of the country from the northwest to the southeast, you will get a rare and special treat on August 21st: a total eclipse of the sun. In northern Vermont, where I live, we’ll get to see about 60% of it and, miracles of miracles, it’s actually going to be sunny (don’t get me started). I’m ready. I made my own camera obscura, and tried it out. It doesn’t look like much, but it’s cool af; it projects this ghostly mirror image of the sky, trees and sun, like an Otherworld portal or something.

A solar eclipse happens on a new moon, when the moon moves between the earth and the sun and the side turned toward the earth is dark. Needless to say, there’s a wealth of bizarre tales in world mythology explaining a…

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E-ARC Haul: Broadswords and Blasters Issue 2

E-ARC Haul: Broadswords and Blasters Issue 2

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The wonderful people over at Broadswords and Blasters were awesome enough to send me this E-Arc review copy! I have heard nothing but great things about this magazine. Been wanting to read this one for a while now. Thanks Broadswords and Blasters!

Broadswords and Blasters Issue 2


Broadswords and Blasters Issue 1


So go grab your copies!

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Welcome to Issue 2 of Broadswords and Blasters! In this issue, you will find stories from our new favorite authors. You’ll read about a Hawaiian hero fighting off sea demons, a hard-case detective and his sassy artificial intelligence friend, a stone-builder with serious ethical conundrums, an alien farmer and his strange crop, and the conclusion to Island of Skulls, the story of siblings in-over-their-heads that started in Issue 1. You’ll also meet the retired, grizzled war veterans you see on the cover, a…

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