Folder by Raymond Bolton

by | Nov 6, 2020

Hard-Easy

Disclosure: I met Raymond Bolton at a conference, and he’s been a good friend ever since. But even if he weren’t, I would be grabbing up his books.

Raymond’s newest book, Folder, is an incredibly fun ride. Well, except for the car accident, of course. 🙂 

Eric Folder is a young man, getting ready to go to university. But a car accident throws everything off course. Soon, Eric discovers a new ability that a concussion unlocked in him. He finds himself jumping through parallel universes, with each universe increasingly different from his own. His family changes, his new girlfriend changes…he changes. Is there anyone who can give him answers and stop this crazy roller coaster ride?

As always, Raymond’s writing is exciting and keeps me coming back for more. Like most authors I love, I schedule a day that I don’t have other work to do, so that I can read the whole book in one sitting. Folder definitely didn’t disappoint. Go, get it today.

 

 

 

Disclaimer:

I only post reviews for books I am not connected with. If I beta read or edited the book, or work as a virtual assistant for the author, I do not post a review. However, authors occasionally send me books to review.

Projected* schedule for Book Reviews for 2018:

1st Monday: Fantasy or Sci-Fi (what I read the most)
2nd Monday: Random book (could be anything, but expect a lot of mysteries)
3rd Monday: Romance (might have sex, but will not be any relationship that is not MF)
4th Monday: Non-Fiction (inspirational, biographies, instructional)

*Due to LIFE being a factor in my life, this schedule might not actually happen.
Adriel Wiggins

Adriel Wiggins

Continuity Editor & Virtual Assistant

Hello! I’m Adriel Wiggins, wife, mother of three, fur mom, bibliophile, art geek, and all around student. I’ve been on a quest all of my life to learn as much as I possibly can about everything I possibly can. This has helped me tremendously in what eventually became my life’s purpose: to help other people become the best version of themselves. It is in that line that I became an assistant.

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