Decision time: Bookwinked will close

Books books books! Books have always been a part of my life, but yes, there is a big but coming. But I have decided to retire Bookwinked. There, I’ve said it. It is time. Reviewing has been a part of my life for the last ten years. First for other blogs and for the last
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Comic Review: Skylin - Old Remants

Skylin: Old Remnants is the first issue of a fantasy indie comic by authors Frederick Packard and Joshua Valliere and illustrator Adam Cozart. I was offered the comic by their imprint Charon Comics and was intrigued by the first glance at the cover, but a pretty cover does not a good comic make. Lucky for
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Book talk: Stygian by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Stygian is the latest in a long long long line of books in the Dark Hunter universe created by Sherrilyn Kenyon and it is the long awaited story of Urian. Urian is a character that has long fascinated me, but even more so when we found out he is Styxx’s son in Styxx. It was
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Author Articles: Interview with Josh Aterovis

Hi everyone! I hope you had a lovely weekend. We’re starting this Monday off right with a very special guest. In my interview you may have read that I’m a big fan of the Killian Kendall Mysteries and that I was very happy with the new release: A Change of Worlds. It got even better with when
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Review: Be Still my Heart by Charlie Cochet

Be Still my Heart is the second book in the self-published Four Kings Security books. The second book focussed on former Special Forces member Red and Cole’s friend Laz. We met both characters in the first book (review)  in the series and the series now continues in this romantic mystery with some funny, serious and
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Review: Pretty Man by Ryan Field

Pretty Man is a story written by a new to me author: Ryan Field. It has been previously published, but revised into a new edition with a new cover. The book is marketed as a parody / gay version of the movie “Pretty Woman” and coupled with the foreword by the author, it gives a
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