Book Reviews

Letters Across Time

Book Review: Letters Across Time - by Anna Zogg When Lindsey Hayden’s husband dies, she secludes herself in a cottage on the Oregon coast and tries to live through her grief. Four years later, Lindsey is running along the highway in the rain when she hears a car coming too fast down the hairpin turns… Continue reading Letters Across Time

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Book Reviews

Celia and the Wolf

Book Review:  Celia and the Wolf, by Donna Maloy. Celia’s father has warned her repeatedly that her true nature as a shapeshifter is to be kept hidden. But normal life in 1806 England is so boring. A fourteen-year old young lady is supposed to sit still, be pretty, embroider, and act refined. Celia dreams of… Continue reading Celia and the Wolf

Double Play

Double Play Review

A Book Review for Double Play by JMSloan: "This book is amazing. It should be up there with the greats, which for me means The Scorpio Races, Hunger Games, Maze Runner, etc. (as different as this book is from those). Double Play is a fun, yet at times dark and emotional, story of magic in… Continue reading Double Play Review

Book Reviews

Back By Sunrise

Book Review:  Back by Sunrise, by Justin Sloan When Brooke’s dad is deployed and later killed in action, she and her family must deal with their grief. Brooke can’t understand why her dad had to leave. But then she finds a magic necklace that her dad left her. When she puts on the necklace, Brooke… Continue reading Back By Sunrise

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Writers are Everywhere

Last month I was in LaVerkin, a very small town in southern Uah -- not a place you would expect to meet fellow writers.  My husband and I went to our friends' house to visit, and to my surprise, a writers' group meeting was about to take place at their house.  Our friends' daughter and… Continue reading Writers are Everywhere