Reflections After Reading “The Rose”

This is the first non-fiction book that I have reviewed on this blog. When I received the review request and read the description, I realized that in many ways this would be a very challenging book for me to read and review. Not because of it's genre, but because of its contents. A few short years ago … Continue reading Reflections After Reading “The Rose”

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Book Review “A Bridge Apart” Joey Jones

A Bridge Apart is a remarkable love story that tests the limits of trust and forgiveness... In the quaint river town of New Bern, North Carolina, at 28 years of age the pieces of Andrew Callaway's life are all falling into place. His real estate firm is flourishing and he's engaged to be married in … Continue reading Book Review “A Bridge Apart” Joey Jones

Book Review “The Women of The Rose” Dorothy Gibbons

  For anyone who has ever thought about creating a nonprofit or wanted to make the world a little better place, The Women of The Rose, is the place to start. Written from an insider's point of view, the story of this Texas nonprofit serving uninsured women fighting breast during a time when most nonprofits … Continue reading Book Review “The Women of The Rose” Dorothy Gibbons

Book Review for “Irony : The Animal” by Robert Shroud

Summary from Goodreads: Detective Reginald Thomas Williams was on the fast track to promotional success. Now, subsequent to the shooting, he is a man barely holding on. His wife left him. He’s two steps away from being a full blown alcoholic, and there is a serial killer nicknamed The Animal loose on Bay City’s streets. … Continue reading Book Review for “Irony : The Animal” by Robert Shroud

Book Review – “Aerisia: Gateway To The Underworld” by Sarah Ashwood

This is the second book in "The Sunset Lands Beyond" trilogy. The first book "Aerisia - Land Beyond the Sunset" was reviewed by me on November 10th. To see the 5 star review, click the title.     Discovering she is another world’s prophesied heroine was not something Hannah Winters could have ever predicted. However, … Continue reading Book Review – “Aerisia: Gateway To The Underworld” by Sarah Ashwood