7Seven Things to Say About “The Accidental Guardian”

Mary Connealy writes great western trilogies, and this is a great beginning of her next series (High Sierra Sweethearts). Deborah Harkness and her sister Gwen are on a wagon train west as caregivers to two children.  They were hired by the young boys parents, who going out west to take their niece to her father,…

7Seven Things to Say About Author Kristy Cambron

As an avid reader, I read books written by authors at different levels in their career.  Writing is a creative outlet that allows the artist to create a world on paper we the reader get to visit, some create simple worlds that we love going to, and others create worlds filled with mazes and puzzles…

7Seven Things to Say About “Unwritten”

Young Reader book “Unwritten” by Tara Gilboy Gracie suffers from glimmers (memories) from a life she isn’t living.  The glimmers are from what would have been if her Mom hadn’t saved her from an Evil Queen in the storybook world they are from. Gracie and her Mother are not the only people from this fictional…

7Seven Things to Say About “The Heart Between Us”

  “The Heart Between Us” by: Lindsay Harrel is the best Contemporary Fiction I have read in awhile, I look forward to Lindsay Harrel’s future work.  I would compare Lindsay Harrel’s writing to Katherine Reay, and I would compare “The Heart Between Us” with my favorite Katherine Reay book “Lizzy & Jane” The main characters…

7seven Things About “Believe Boldly”

As I was reading this book I was mentally listing people I thought would get a lot out of it, until I hit a page about a third of the way in that knocked me down. In the first chapter Erica talks about Normal-rational realists and Supers- the super spiritual, Erica identified as a “Normal”,…

11eleven Courageous Women of the Bible!

Almost two months ago I walked into the job I have had for 3.5 years with a company I have worked for, for almost 8 years and was told your position has been eliminated.  I knew it was coming, and I wasn’t alone, hundreds of people were walking in to their jobs being told the…