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. 

Book Review: Does Fear Keep You From Your Writing Dreams? 

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? 

Book Review: Taming a wild fire, firefighter that is, can be challenging but oh, oh so rewarding.

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.

Book Review: You can physically run away but the problems you’re running from will follow.

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.

Book Review: When death mends broken bridges, family wounds will heal. 

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. 

Book Review: Do the Dead Actually Die in This Dystopian Society?

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?