Reviewer Spotlight: Interview with Gavin Kendall

Well, 2020 is not shaping up at all as I thought it would be. I’m sure you can agree this year has been filled with unusual circumstances and lots of stress. In times like these, I find that leaning on friendships make the toughest days better. Last year I was fortunate enough to be added... Continue Reading →

Guest Book Review: The Only Child, reviewed by Jennifer Sullivan

This month Steve Stred is celebrating the amazing Andrew Pyper with a series of posts called PYPER-MAY-NIA!

Being a huge Pyper fan myself, just reading these posts wasn’t enough, so I contributed my review of ‘The Only Child.’ It’s an excellent novel weaving together the vile creatures of Frankenstein’s monster, Mr. Hyde, and Dracula. So check it out!


the only child cover

Title: The Only Child

Author: Andrew Pyper


I’m pleased to also offer up a guest review from my friend Jennifer Sullivan of Andrew’s fantastic book ‘The Only Child.’ Jen is a fantastic friend, fellow reviewer from Kendall Reviews and one of the few people in the book world I’ve actually met!

(I’m super jealous because Jen has actually met Andrew!)

Take it away Jen!


Years ago, my critique buddy, Larry Brown, convinced me to attend a book reading from an author I hadn’t heard of at the Brantford Public Library.

“He writes spooky things. You’ll like it,” Larry said, knowing my weakness for anything horror related.

The author was Andrew Pyper, the book ‘The Damned.’ Walking out of that live reading I became a Pyper fan. Not just because ‘The Damned’ sounded like something I needed to read (which it was), but because of the…

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My Book Memories

[Photo: Some of my Indie & Signed book collection]   I’ve loved reading for as long as I can remember, but I’ve never really thought much about why until a recent interview I did with S. P. Oldham. She asked tough and interesting questions which took me on a stroll down my book memory lane.... Continue Reading →

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