I'm pretty sure that most of us in the US have heard at least something about the segregation issues we have with our public school systems. I remember my step-father telling me about it when I was a kid. My mother in law was in school in Pine Bluff, Arkansas when they desegregated. She told … Continue reading “Teach Us All” – You Should Watch It.
This was a great sequel to "Cry Of The Sea". Juniper has found herself entangled with yet another mythical creature/spirit. The woods come alive (literally) in this novel. This thousand year old tree has a mind of it's own and has decided it likes Juniper and plans to keep her.
When I first heard of this ridiculous Starbucks cup controversy I thought to myself "who the heck cares"? Apparently, a lot of people. First off, lets all calm the crap down and remember it's a damn cup. A CUP! All this rigmarole over a cup. A stinking cup people. Secondly, no matter what Starbucks did it was bound … Continue reading The Starbucks Cup Fiasco
D.G. Driver is the incredible writer of two books I have reviewed. "Passing Notes" and "Cry of the Sea". Click the titles to see my reviews. She has the amazing gift of writing from a teenagers perspective with such accuracy it will transport you back to your own teen years. Her stories are perfect for … Continue reading Indie Author Spotlight- D.G. Driver
This is a story of a future America. Moving between the government bureaucracy of Washington and a farming town called Vexton, MANUFRACTURED tells the story of a politically divided country in search of the true meaning of life, twenty-five years after a civil war. When a mysterious illness infects the country's youth, nationwide panic erupts, adding pressure to an already unstable government as it fights to find the cause and cure. Amidst environmental turmoil, a series of high profile murders suggests a conspiracy that could put America’s entire future in jeopardy.
Juliet Carlsen is grieving the loss of her mother. Six weeks after the funeral she is about to arrive in a tiny village in northern Italy. The village, Baiardo, is home to an art school where she is to spend a month as a volunteer. Her best friend had convinced her that a change of scene would do her good but, as she nears her destination, she is not so sure: was it really necessary to travel so far out of her comfort zone?
I'll let you in on a little secret about me.....I LOVE MERMAIDS! I hope beyond all hope that some where out there they really do exist. I will straight up devour any story about mermaids. So, naturally the realistic descriptions of the mermaids in this book had me foaming at the mouth.