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Smashwords book reviews by ClintB

  • The Golden Hall on July 22, 2016

    Enjoyed this book of poems, felt like I was in the great hall with norsemen drinking mead with the wenches after battle.
  • Bloody Rain - Murder, Madness & the Monsoon on July 22, 2016

    It doesn't get much better than a good sea story with a psycho captain stuck at sea in a storm.
  • Lost Sunshine on July 22, 2016

    Dark with nary a spot of redemption. If you are goth, you'll probably like it.
  • Sixty-Four Days, A Sea Story on July 22, 2016

    A tough old guy deals with a horrible fire on a steel ship way out on the middle of the ocean. What he really wants is to go camping with his girl. Excellent read.
  • The City Smells Like Death on July 22, 2016

    I liked the way the author just straight up told the tale. Horrible things are happening and the author is just matter-of-fact about it. The tone made it even more scary. The formatting needs to be fixed.
  • Little John Lou and the Mariner's Bow on Sep. 02, 2016

    Well written with many wonderful allusions to classic literature esp Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner.
  • Smashwords Style Guide on Sep. 02, 2016

    If your are computer savvy or not, you need this book to publish on Smashwords. It contains the step by step instructions you must follow in detail to format your book manuscript. The good news is that even though it's totally complicated, it is step by step and fairly easy to follow. I think that in 2016 you should be able to upload a PDF though, don't you?
  • Smashwords Book Marketing Guide on Sep. 02, 2016

    This book is much more interesting that the author's other one about how to format your ebook. I'm the type of person who will much rather do the marketing of the book, than formatting the fonts and margins.
  • Undead Underway (Undead in Blue #1) on Sep. 02, 2016

    Saw my friend post about this book in a US Navy group on FB, so decided to give it a try. I was satisfied with the overall plot, especially the intense conflict with comic relief. Still wondering how this author did the research about subs and esp about how sailors interact with each other. Looking for the next. Thank you, Clint
  • "Ghost On the High Seas" on Sep. 02, 2016

    As you can see from other books I review I do tend to like stories with a paranormal twist and if they involve the sea and ships then so much the better.
  • The Beast Of Renshaw on Oct. 19, 2016

    About half way through I sort of knew what was going to happen but I could not stop reading. And then in the end it was way worse than what I thought. I could not stop reading this one after I started. Warning - it's kinda gory.