Guidelines for our Review Team
1.) Candidates interested in serving on the PRG Review Committee, must become a member of the PRG. No exceptions.
2.) Candidates interested in serving on the PRG Review Committee may be affiliated with other organizations so long as each review completed for the PRG states “Review completed by (name of Reviewer), PRG Reviewer, for The Paranormal Romance Guild. All rights reserved”.
3.) Reviewers may NOT be published Authors (with the exception of an occasional guest reviewer)
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Below you will find a great group of avid readers who are always delighted to discover new offerings from up and coming authors. They give their honest and insightful opinions, to introduce these new titles to our PRG members.
PRG Dual Reviewer
My name is Penelope Adams; I am a proud mother of, without a doubt, the best son in the world. I work in a 9 to 5 job as an office administrator to make money to support my reading habit.
According to my mother, I have been reading since before I could actually walk. That might be an exaggeration but since I can't remember a time I didn't love to read, I'm going with it. I don't have a favorite genre or author, all books are good to me. I'm fascinated with history and love to travel and have been fortunate enough to get to combine the two interests and see many places around the world. My other interests include, exploring the ocean, photography (both above and below the water) and anything that takes me outdoors.
A geeky guy with a passion for politics, history, and science fiction, Bruce Denney has been involved in science fiction and fantasy fandom since his college days back at University of Oklahoma in the late 1970s. A chemist by degree, a systems analyst by experience, Bruce has been known as a “computer whisperer” by people who have watched him work. His reading passions include David Weber’s “Honor Harrington” series, the C.S. Forrester “Hornblower” series, and Kim Harrison’s “Hollows” series. He’s also into Firefly, Dr. Who, Supernatural, and True Blood. He married Charlayne Elizabeth Denney after a whirlwind six-month romance in 1993 and they combined their vast libraries, which now take up three rooms of their Houston-area house.
I am just a lover of books. I read all kinds of genre's but PNR is my current obsession. Reading has allowed me to expand my point of view, think outside the box and laugh out loud. I look forward to discovering new worlds in print.
As most of you know, I'm not a writer...I'm a reader, so I feel privileged to be included in this group.
Senior PRG Reviewer,
Review Chairperson and Premium Member
I am Gloria Lakritz/ aka grammy, and I am the Chairperson and Senior Reviewer for the The Paranormal Romance Guild. I am a reader of all genres and I love everything written. My excitement a few years ago, in meeting a group of Small Published and Indie writers on Amazon, had put me on a course to have them form a group for the benefit of their field. Here we are today, a little over 1 yr old and 50 strong. I am proud of them, and I think that we can grow and help all who dare to dream!!!
In my spare time, I am the President of a Financial Services Company, ENG Financial Corp, with 3 full service brokers. I have lived and worked in New Port Richey, Fl since 1989 and am the Proud Mother of two daughters and Prouder Grandmother of 4 grandchildren.
I am a Member of West Pasco Chamber of Commerce, A Woman in Philanthrophy for Morton Plant Hospitals, a Board Member for the PTA of Cypress Elementary School, Chair Captain for the Cancer Relay of New Port Richey's Relay for Life, and Treasurer for the Paranormal Romance Guild.
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I am a married mother of four with two dogs and a mouse named Rolo. Obviously, I need to read to hide away from real life when I can. :-) I am a freelance writer and web designer and I specialize in content building to increase website traffic. I have been a huge reader from the day I read my first book. I read anything I can get my hands on but romance has always been a favorite and when I found paranormal romance, I was hooked. My public library can't keep up with me. I am the only one in my family that has such a huge interest in reading so I turn to the internet to share my enthusiasm for the written word and the books I read. I love to share a good book with someone and I hope I can help other people find the joy and peace that reading has brought to my life.
Well, after spending a lifetime working in or with the military, I finally had made enough money to sit back and do as much (or as little) as I wanted to, and since I had always been an avid reader, the jump to making it one of my major pastimes was easy.
I have traveled all over the world, been to the top of the Eiffel Tower and to the Devil’s Anvil in Saudi Arabia, been on top of the highest mountain in the Middle East and the lowest in the USA. No complaints here.
I have read many different genres over the years but stumbled into Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy after many years of reading mostly books in the Fantasy genre. Found out I liked books that did not spend pages and chapters telling the color of grass and the feel of a rock, I wanted a good story about people of action and passion that did not always end up in some tragedy. I have been married (somehow) for 30+ years and have 3 daughters and one son (presently in the Mideast working for the military…runs in the family).
To be honest, other than reading and doing those myriad tasks that come with owning a home, I spend a bit of time honing my weapon skills. I always felt that people should be able to defend themselves, but people that did not take the time to get skilled in weapons were a danger to people around them. I go to the range and take my daughters most of the time (and my son if he is in country) so they do not fall into that category of victims who did not know how to defend themselves.
I am an avid reader the mother of 3 sons and grandmother to seven grandchildren. Since retiring I have been doing more reading while volunteering as a CASA worker. CASA is an organization that works with the family court system to ensure that children are in the best living situation. There are way too many children that get overlooked in the foster care system and I visit homes and make visits to the parents. I was born and raised in New York and my husband of 50 years and I live in Upstate New York.
I am 50, the Director of Finance for a Nonprofit agency in Atlanta, and a voracious reader. Being one of the ten native Atlantans still here, I grew up in the northern burbs and am still a Southern Gentleman .
I read almost anything, and in the past year have discovered m/m romance, and have gotten into many of the fine authors that write in that genre. I alread read tons and tons of scifi/fantasy/horror and paranormal books of all types.
In my spare time, I am a good country cook, listen to almost any kind of music, and spend way too much time on Facebook tormenting writers.
I am a mother of one very busy 11 year old boy and have been married to my high school sweetheart for 15 years. I work at Arizona State University doing budget, finance and HR for the Natural Sciences. I manage my sons youth hockey team and am also the Director of Team Operations and the equipment manager for the hockey club.
I love reading romance novels to escape my busy world. When I was in high school I was a huge Danielle Steele fan and have branched out to erotic romance in my adult years. I enjoy almost anything in the romance genre YA/Indie/romantic comedy/etc. I love to share the books I read with friends and have been writing book reviews over the past year and posting to Facebook. Whenever friends go on vacation I am the first person they call for book recommendations.
PRG Guest Reviewer
PRG Premium Membership Author
My name is Sandy Wolters. I am an author and blogger. My genre of choice is contemporary romance and romance/suspense/thriller, both with a ghostly paranormal twist. Nothing beats a good romance, especially when those you love and have lost come back to assist you in unexpected ways when you need them most.
I host a blog called Sandy's Spotlight that I introduce fabulous authors to avid readers every other Friday. I provide information about the author and a book review for the featured book. Starting mid December 2011, I will host a book discussion to run simultaneously with the author and book that is appearing on Sandy's Spotlight for readers to interact with the featured author. No invitation needed! Everyone is welcome to join in.
Sandy's Spotlight blog: http://sandywolters.weebly.com/sandys-spotlight.html