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[Book Review] The Book of Two Ways by Jodi Picoult

By Jodi Picoult Dawn Edelstein life changes in a moment when an announcement on her flight is made to brace for impact. She survives the crash, and after being checked out by medical staff, is offered a flight to wherever she’d like to go. Home to Boston is the obvious choice. But her last thoughts […]

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[ARC Review] Butch: A Psychological Thriller, the Debut Novella by R. D. Weber

By R. D. Weber When a violent abduction rocks the small town of Chadwick, Detective Joseph Hinkler finds himself pursuing the investigation of his career. Nothing like this has ever happened in the quiet hamlet. But as the details begin to unfold, Hinkler finds himself dealing with something far more sinister than he could have […]

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[Book Review] Something in Madness by Ed Protzel – Book 3 in the Darkhorse Trilogy

By Ed Protzel Something in Madness is the third, and final, installment in the DarkHorse Trilogy. Set in post-Civil War Turkle, Mississippi, Durk Hurst and his companions find themselves in a South that is still fighting to hold on to it’s way. Durk opens a law practice while attempting to recover the rights to his […]

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[ARC Review] Forgiving Stephen Redmond by A.J. Sidransky

By A.J. Sidransky It’s a hot August day in New York when Detectives Tolya Kurchenko and Pete Gonzalvez are called to a Manhattan demolition site to investigate a strange discovery. Inside a wall on the third floor of a building, the construction crew has discovered a murder victim, fully dressed in a suit and hat. […]

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November Book Review Wrap Up

So many books, so little time! I am an avid reader and love to share recommendations with fellow readers. My choice in books tend to vary by my mood but some of my favorites are mystery, suspense, thriller, and humor. Get my reviews direct to your inbox every Wednesday and check back here for monthly […]

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[Book Review] Dream Dancer by S. J. Schwaidelson

By S. J. Schwaidelson Leah Fine is an Anthropology student from Minnesota, recording the rituals of an ancient civilization in Peru. A year studying their culture and rites carries a deeper meaning for Leah and, on returning home to Minnesota, to continue her studies, she finds she’s left something of herself behind. Tan, a member […]

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What to Blog About Before Your Book is Published

Congratulations on your new book! Maybe it’s complete, maybe it’s a work in progress. No matter what phase you’re in, you’re probably wondering what you should be sharing with potential readers to get them excited about reading it. Hopefully, by now, you’ve also established your writing platform. If not, what are you waiting for? An […]

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Book Club Questions for Nonfiction

Do you belong to a book club? If not, now is a great time to get your friends together for an hour or so to discuss your current reads. As it is currently, “Nonfiction November”, I’ve put together a list of questions, perfect for discussing nonfiction books. Download a printable copy for your next club […]

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Book Review- Hip Set by Michael Fertik

By Michael Fertik Oscar Orleans is a refugee, living in Israel, serving as a liaison to fellow African refugees, living in a slum of Tel Aviv. Orleans is called in by his friend, Inspector Kobi Sambinsky, of the Asylum unit with the Israeli police, to assist when a young man, from South Sudan, is found […]

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Book Review- Not Cool: Europe by Train in a Heatwave by Jules Brown

By: Jules Brown For my second Non-Fiction November selection, I joined Jules Brown on a 9 country in 9 days train trip across Europe…in the middle of a heatwave. This adventure travels through Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Bratislava, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Liechtenstein, Zürich, and Milan. This is the second work by Jules Brown I’ve read and it […]

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