Book Review. Dating an Alien Pop Star. Kendra L. Saunders.

Only the evil seek pleasure in taking advantage of weakness.

I love this book.

The pacing is well timed, the humour works, the characters are great and even the sci-fi elements feel realistic. There is also a few alien sex scenes to David Bowie songs.

Now available Engaged to an Alien PopStar 

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or direct from Crimson Tree Publishing 

Author Bio 

Kendra L. Saunders is a time-and-space traveling fashionista author who writes books about magical, dark-haired men, interviews famous people, and suggests way too many bands to you via whatever social media platform she can get her hands on. She writes with good humor because humor is the best weapon for a girl who can’t learn karate (or ballroom dancing). She’s the author of the Alien Pop Star series, The Unlove Spell, magic realism novel Inanimate Objects, the dark comedy Death and Mr. Right, and the poetry collection Geminis and Past Lives. Find her online at, on Twitter at @kendrybird, and on Instagram at @kendralsaunders

Month in Review. 

Published this month 

Packingtown Review published my poem Scrap in Volume 8

Foxglove Journal published my poems Picture this, the Blank Page, and Exam Conditions Human Shield Flash Fiction Ride 

Inbetween Hangovers, a poem called Censor 

Published this time last year

Poem 5 Inch Cock on the Pinklitter blog

Published this time the year before last

An untitled poem in the Spring 2015 issue of After the Pause magazine.

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Book Review. The Blood on My Hands.  Shannon O’Leary.  

This is an absolutely horrific book. 

Shannon O’ Leary grew up in Australia during the 1960’s. She lived with her mum, brothers and dad. Patrick O’ Leary has a split personality disorder, is abusive towards his family and a killer. Shannon O’ Leary watched him kill women on more than one occasion. 

I truly admire her mother, for eventually leaving her husband and also forever trying to protect her children, give them a normal childhood and stay working too. 

The Blood on My Hands is an excellent memoir. You have to wonder how these events were allowed to happen and why Patrick O’ Leary was never arrested. 

The resilience of this family is astounding.