Update: Life and Books (Oct 2019)

Still no good news about health stuff. Head problem isn't any better, and the neurologist doesn't have a clue. None of my other problems are any better either, but that's no surprise. And as if I didn't already have enough problems and injuries my body can't heal, I hurt my foot the other day. So what have I been doing to keep myself occupied since I still can't read or really used...
 

[Audio]Book Review: Evolved by N.R. Walker

Lloyd, a 41-year-old professor, has struggled to maintain a relationship---because of his OCD and misophonia, he can't deal with the messiness and noisiness of other people---so he decides to try getting an android companion named Shaun. But Shaun starts to develop an unusual amount of sentience and emotion, and unless they can keep it hidden from the company who made him, Shaun, and their...
 

Book Review: Three Days Till Dawn (Antiquity’s Gate Book 1) by R.F. Hurteau

Long after an apocalyptic event, the last remaining humans on Earth are living in a domed society in Antarctica with the elves who stayed behind to help them. When best friends Felix and Ripley learn that Felix's wife is having twins but will have to have one removed because of the one child policy, they have to find a way out or a place to hide before that...
 

[Audio]Book Review: Caged (Baal’s Heart Book 1) by Bey Deckard

With no friends and only his unloving step-father as family, Jon's life is boring and miserable, so when he gets kidnapped and offered a job aboard Baltsaro's pirate ship, he accepts. But when he unexpectedly develops feelings for the cruel captain, and the captain takes a liking to him in return, it creates a riff between captain and first mate, and all three of them will have to sort out...
 

Update: Life and Books (Sep 2019)

I'll start this post by getting the bad news out of the way. My face muscle/headache problem is still not better. I'm still waiting for a neurology appointment, but they're probably not going to find anything. So I don't know what's going to happen with my problem, and I don't know what's going to happen with my...
 

[Audio]Book Review: Daughter of the Pirate King (Daughter of the Pirate King Book 1) by Tricia Levenseller

Alosa purposely gets herself kidnapped by another ship on a mission for her father in order to find a piece of map she knows they must have, but, although she can escape any time she wants, finding the map proves harder than she thought. She also wasn't expecting to develop feelings for the first mate, but the more time she spends around him, the more she's drawn to...