Book Review: In unexpected ways more possibilities are available when one heals from grief through service to others, doors open that weren’t present before.

Cottage By The Sea By Debbie Macomber A tragedy befalls Annie Marlow. An all encompassing grief & survivors guilt threatens to send her into a deep spiral of depression. In her search to find a place where she can heal and dig herself out of the darkness, she returns to a beachside cottage where she … More Book Review: In unexpected ways more possibilities are available when one heals from grief through service to others, doors open that weren’t present before.

Book Review: A brilliant story of being buried by a PTSD avalanche of emotional mental turmoil and clawing a way out to light again.

Three Shoeboxes By Steven Manchester Mac Anderson isn’t & never has been in the military. Yet he suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. As Three Shoeboxes details beautifully, PTSD can affect anyone. Especially anyone who seemingly has it all. Three Shoeboxes is a story that breaks that misconception that only our military personnel suffer from … More Book Review: A brilliant story of being buried by a PTSD avalanche of emotional mental turmoil and clawing a way out to light again.

Book Review: Will they have the courage to delve into their past in order to have a future with each other?

Together Forever The Orphan Train series Book #2 By Jody Hedlund Jody Hedlund’s second installment of the Orphan Train series continues in it’s resplendence. After Elise Neumann and Thornton Quincy’s story in With You Always, we pick up with the next eldest Neumann sister, Marianne in 1858, New York. Feeling extreme guilt that she let … More Book Review: Will they have the courage to delve into their past in order to have a future with each other?

Book Review: Does love last? Can it be more than no strings attached? The answer is in The Forever Year.

The Forever Year The Hearts of Men series book 1 By Lou Aronica The Forever Year is a grand introduction as the first book of the The Hearts of Men Series. Author Lou Aronica masterfully intertwines the Story of Mickey and Gina to open Mickey’s son’s eyes to what real love is and should be. … More Book Review: Does love last? Can it be more than no strings attached? The answer is in The Forever Year.

Book Review: A Real Jewel in Jody Hedlund’s YA An Uncertain Choice Crown.

A Loyal Heart by Jody Hedlund Book 4 in her Young Adult An Uncertain Choice series Jody Hedlund writes another admirable novel sure to inspire readers. At the end, A Loyal Heart gives readers the embodiment of what an equally respected relationship should be. It is a remarkable portrayal of how real Love with integrity, … More Book Review: A Real Jewel in Jody Hedlund’s YA An Uncertain Choice Crown.

Book Review: Hauntingly Beautiful, a book you can’t put down until the end!

Redemption Song by Tanya Anne Crosby From the depths of this emotional well is a profound journey of healing. We follow Caia Paine through a complete arc of pain hoping she’ll be okay when she comes out the other side. This is so beautifully written as Crosby weaves the backstory in at just the right … More Book Review: Hauntingly Beautiful, a book you can’t put down until the end!

Book Review: This collection of Christmas inspired stories will surely put every reader into the spirit of the season.

The Thursday Night Club and other Stories of Christmas Spirit By Steven Manchester Author Steven Manchester dons the hat of Father Christmas to bring the world his messages of selfless giving; the true spirit of the Christmas season. The first of this collection is, The Thursday Night Club. A tale of honoring the memory of … More Book Review: This collection of Christmas inspired stories will surely put every reader into the spirit of the season.

Book Review: A New Novel series, The Women of the Orphan Trains in the late 1800’s. 

With You Always An Orphan Train novel By Jody Hedlund Starting the story with the free novella, An Awakened Heart, we learn of the hardships of Elise Neumann and her family. She is discovered living on the New York streets by socialite Christine Pendleton. Christine volunteers at the Centre Street Chapel trying to make a … More Book Review: A New Novel series, The Women of the Orphan Trains in the late 1800’s. 

Now you can have K.M. Weiland’s Outlining Your Novel Workbook in Computer Software!

  The Outlining Your Novel Workbook is a powerful brainstorming tool for writers designed to help you discover the brilliant possibilities in your ideas, so you can create a solid story that will both entertain and move your readers.  Writing a novel is a complex process that often leaves writers uncertain about where to begin … More Now you can have K.M. Weiland’s Outlining Your Novel Workbook in Computer Software!

Book Review: In the midst of tumultuous emotional chaos, you can’t help but laugh out loud. 

Crossing The Street  by Molly D. Campbell   Meet Beck (Rebecca) Throckmorton, in her 30’s and single; an Erotica Romance novelist who moonlights as a Starbucks Barista. One of her two best friends, Ella, lives across the street from her. What makes this even more dynamic is Ella is 80 years old. As familial chaos comes … More Book Review: In the midst of tumultuous emotional chaos, you can’t help but laugh out loud.