The Boy in the Well by Dan Clark is a suspenseful dark mystery. Introduction: Lately, I've been reading a lot of suspenseful novels to learn more about the craft of writing. Currently, my Jeff and I are co-writing a spooky novel based on true events. It will be the first novel that we have written… Continue reading Book Review and Blog Tour: The Boy in the Well by Dan Clark
This hard hitting memoir tackles issues such as mental illness, racism, and the strength of the human spirit. Synopsis: Memoirs of a Karate Fighter Novelist and former karate champion Ralph Robb recounts his experiences at one of Europe’s toughest dojos and provides an insight into the philosophy and training methods of a club which produced… Continue reading Memoirs of a Karate Fighter is a memoir that packs a powerful punch! (Book Review and Blog Tour)
52 Weeks of Writing Author Journal and Planner, Vol. II ‘With this book by your side, anything feels possible.’ Jacqueline Brown My Review After having completed three books, I can say for certain that the most challenging part for me has been sticking to a writing schedule. (By the way, I'm excited to announce that… Continue reading Book Review and Blog Blitz: 52 Week of Writing Author Journal and Planner, Vol. II by Marielle S. Smith
Dreamy Days and Random Naps by Mawson bear gave me a great deal of comfort during a long and sleepless night while I was in the hospital. @MawsonBear @BlackberryBookT #Mawson #MawsonBear #BlackberryBookTours #DreamyDays #CalmWorld #AWorldOfCalm #KidsBooks #ChildrensBooks #Books
Welcome to my first book review since my most recent eye surgery! I'm so happy that I can finally use a computer again. Stay tuned, because tomorrow I will be sharing a belated review about a beautiful book I read in the hospital, Dreamy Days and Random Naps by Mawson Bear. My Review of Eleven… Continue reading Eleven Days in June by R. P. Gibson Colley: My first book review since my eye surgery!
Growing up, "old school" fantasy was one of my favorite genres. Fans of classic "sword and sorcery" will find a lot to love about Rogerson's work. What is particularly delightful is that she manages to put a fresh spin on a classic genre. Her imaginative storytelling and creative world building combine to put a unique spin on the comfortingly familiar quest formula. I enjoyed getting lost in this immersive listening experience.
If you have ever looked at your cat and wondered, "Why do they do that? What are they thinking?" then this book is for you!
Within the pages of The Secret Landlord, we meet a woman who is entirely committed to her job and to doing her own small unique part to make the word a better place. A unique and engaging read that fans of memoir and nonfiction will be certain to find both educational and enjoyable.
With the assistance of J-Pop, Mack’s assistant and wannabe reality TV star, Jessie turns sleuth. But in a world where everybody’s watching, it’s hard to escape. Reputation is everything and some people will do anything to protect it.
In the novella The Summer of Madness, a young man begins a personal literary quest that just might help him to find the love he thought was lost — or discover a new love he never knew was there.