Brick ONeil Review: Facebook


Deleted from all my devices. Too big, too bulky, too constrictive, too slow. Facebook has gone from a fun, casual meeting place to an overlord who demands to know every single thing about your life, who you see, what you do, tells you what you can read, who you can talk to then shows you … Continue reading Brick ONeil Review: Facebook

Heads up! I’m on ‘Author Spotlight’ with Aurora Martinez


I'm this week's 'Author Spotlight' on Aurora Martinez's website, Crimson Flower Review, where she interviews authors and posts an excerpt from their novels. Spotlight on Brick O'Neil Crimson Flower Reviews would like to welcome Author Brick O'Neil.     I love dark roast coffee and scotch. Find me on Twitter, Facebook Fanpage,  LinkedIn, and Facebook.   Interview:  When … Continue reading Heads up! I’m on ‘Author Spotlight’ with Aurora Martinez

Monday Book Review: “Closer than Blood” by Gregg Olsen


http://www.amazon.com/Closer-Than-Blood-ebook/dp/B004IWR3EW/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1314033484&sr=8-3 It's true that Blood is thicker than Water but it's also true that you hurt the ones you love most.  Both are good sayings for "Closer than Blood". In this story, Gregg Olsen paints a picture of the epitome of a love/hate relationship between twins Tori and Kendall, one a little prettier than the … Continue reading Monday Book Review: “Closer than Blood” by Gregg Olsen

Monday Book Review: “J is for Judgement” by Sue Grafton


http://www.amazon.com/J-Judgment-ebook/dp/B003GY0KPW/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1312825585&sr=8-2 Sue Grafton's Kinsey Milhone is quirky, fun and a great detective.  The protagonist is a fully rounded person, with strengths and foibles just like a real person.  She's not perfect, which makes her perfect for detective work.  Personally, I would love to see Sue's file on Kinsey.  We learn a little bit about Kinsey … Continue reading Monday Book Review: “J is for Judgement” by Sue Grafton

Book Review: “Ghost Night” by Heather Graham


http://www.amazon.com/Ghost-Night-Island-Trilogy-ebook/dp/B003U89S7U/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1311021604&sr=8-2 Second in the "Bone Island" Trilogy, "Ghost Night" brings us another mystery, another set of murders with the Becketts of Key West, along with my personal favorite character of the series, Bartholomew the Ghostly Privateer (as he's always correcting others "I'm not a pirate..."). What I like about this series, apart from the brush … Continue reading Book Review: “Ghost Night” by Heather Graham