June 30, 2022

Book Review: The Dark

Have you ever been afraid of the dark? You are not alone. Many people share this fear. Kate shares this fear. What an interesting way to face your Nemesis. To immerse yourself in the midst of a long winter’s night, and hope you survive to see the sun again.
June 13, 2022

Book Review: Murder Always Barks Twice

Not only are Emma and Oliver likable characters, but author Jennifer Hawkins offers such descriptions of the manor and Cornwall that you feel like you are right there with the dynamic duo.
June 6, 2022

Book Review: At Childhood’s End

I was not disappointed by the outcome. It was absolutely delightful. It felt like coming home, if home happens to be the TARDIS filled with friends old and new.
May 28, 2022

It Was a Good Plan…And Then The World Spun Upside Downby Mark Stevens

Mark’s first-person style writing connects us with the individual life stories while gently reminding us of our humanitarian responsibilities
May 27, 2022

Fly Girl by Ann Hood

Ann takes us through the highs and lows of training. She highlights the impact of the unions and deregulation of airlines. The life lessons learned.
April 27, 2022

Book Review: Slaver’s Bane

Slaver’s Bane had every element of fantasy I could hope for in a powerfully moving story. It was a grand tale that moved quickly making it hard to put down. I needed to know what happened on the next page.
April 26, 2022

Go Hex Yourself: A Book Review

This book kept me entertained and intrigued, from the giggle-inducing first page to the last, the fun twists on romantic tropes to vivid world-building and visceral settings. I loved every twist and turn, every silly, bizarre, and funny coincidence, and the oddity of the family in question.
April 17, 2022

Book Review: Three-Eight Charlie

Three-Eight Charlie was an exciting journey for me. I have never considered traveling extensively around the world, but this book is deeply moving. It has the ability to give one the desire to travel.
March 26, 2022

The Greatest True Crime Stories Ever Told Book Review

I am a true crime buff, so it was an exciting read, with a variety of shocking twists. Many of the stories were new to me as I tend to concentrate on crimes occurring from the 1950’s on, but I was fascinated by the detail each article entailed.
March 20, 2022

Drop Dead Daisy – Fiction Book Review

Daisy is amazing on the guitar, and a genius at songwriting. Kane is the same. Standing close to six feet tall, Daisy casts an imposing figure.
March 17, 2022

Three Girls From Bronzeville – A Book Review

Rita Mock-Pike Having lived in Greater Chicago and Chicago itself for many years now, I’d heard of Bronzeville on several occasions. However, I’d never particularly had […]
March 10, 2022

Book Review: A Touch Of Light: The Ashes Of Avarin: Book One

The characters, even the ancillary characters, came alive on the pages. It was beautiful, horrible, deadly, life affirming and didn’t shy away from asking tough questions.