BECOME A FEARLESS WRITER: HOW TO STOP PROCRASTINATING, BREAK FREE OF SELF-DOUBT, AND BUILD A PROFITABLE CAREER by Nina Harrington NIna Harrington is a prolific writer of romance, an instructor of entrepreneurship, craft writing and self publishing. She knows what she’s talking about, drawing on her experience from the science field where she previously worked … More Book Review: Does Fear Keep You From Your Writing Dreams?
Fighting for Love (Boston Love #2) by Kelly Elliott We revisit the Boston firehouse from Searching for Harmony (Boston Love #1) focusing on firefighter Finn Ward. Finn has a reputation of dating every woman that flirts with him much to the dismay of his fellow firefighters including his boss. They want him to mature enough … More Book Review: Taming a wild fire, firefighter that is, can be challenging but oh, oh so rewarding.
If Not For You By Debbie Macomber In the third installment of the New Beginnings Series, Debbie Macomber continues with her “Inspiring series of stories about friendship, reinvention, and hope. These stories affirm the ability of every woman to forge a new path, believe in love, and fearlessly find happiness.” If Not For You is … More Book Review: You can physically run away but the problems you’re running from will follow.
Ashes By Steven Manchester Brothers Jason and Tom Prendergast have been estranged for most of their adult lives. Judgement and betrayal, perceived that is, kept them apart until the death of their father forces them into a room again. They hated their father only slightly more than each other. The only way he knew how to … More Book Review: When death mends broken bridges, family wounds will heal.
TERMINAL REGRESSION By Mallory Hill In Mallory Hill’s AuthorsFirst contest winning novel, TERMINAL REGRESSION, she creates a dystopian world within a Utopian existence. Meet Laura Bailey, a young adult trying to find her place in society, trying but failing. She’s grown up in the artist’s community. Both of her parents are highly gifted and well … More Book Review: Do the Dead Actually Die in This Dystopian Society?
Omission The Darby Shaw Chronicles #4 By Liberty Speidel In this 4th Installment of the Darby Shaw Chronicles, we see how having the power to bring back the murdered is so much more than it seems. Detective Darby Shaw is a superhuman that can not only bring back the murdered, but inflict justice on the … More Book Review: Taking Superpowers to a grave new level!
Never Forget Beacons of Hope #5 By Jody Hedlund In the final installment, author Jody Hedlund, rounds out this series with beautifully crafted characters and a story of grace and love. When Abigal, “Abbie”, Watson is forced by desperation to lie in order to save her Grandfather, she gets herself into more trouble than she … More Book Review: Series Finale of the Beacons of Hope Series
The Judas Game by Ethan Cross A Shepherd Novel Ethan Cross reunites his readers with federal investigator Marcus Williams and his serial killer brother, Francis Ackerman, in the fourth installment of the series. This time it takes a psychopath to find a psychopath. Flawed doesn’t even begin to describe how broken these villains are as … More Book Review: Using a flawed mouse to catch another flawed mouse makes for a thrilling cat chase!
By K.M Weiland There is a debate among writers and readers alike, if the success of a story is determined by plot or characters. You’ll often hear the phrases character-driven or plot-driven to describe a story. However, if one of these is more apparent in a story than the other, then the story isn’t balanced. … More Book Review: Creating Character Arcs: The Masterful Author’s Guide to Uniting Story Structure, Plot, and Character Development.
Twelve Days of Christmas By Debbie Macomber Could you treat someone with kindness even after they wronged you? Especially during the Christmas holidays? Julia Padden lives across the hall from Cain Maddox, however neighborly would be a stretch to define their relationship. Julia is that chipper “good morning” person, whereas Cain doesn’t want to speak … More Book Review: The mood outside is delightful…let’s be kind, let’s be kind, let’s be kind.