Book Reviews

One Lane Bridge

Book Review:  One Lane Bridge, by Don Reid. J.D. sets out for a simple drive in the country, needing some relaxation away from the problems at his restaurant and a struggling young adult daughter. He crosses a one lane bridge, and his car breaks down in front of an old farmhouse which contains a family… Continue reading One Lane Bridge

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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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Dr. Who

My daughter told me about this wild BBC show called Dr. Who, which has been airing since 1963 and has become the longest running and most successful Sci-Fi TV series ever.  So, one night we sat down and watched an episode.  We were hooked. Some of the aliens are pretty funky, but I like the… Continue reading Dr. Who

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Featuring Lisa Mangum

The end of August is upon us, and Utah Book Month is almost over.  But that won't stop all of us book lovers from reading.  Today I am happy and honored to spotlight another great author, Lisa Mangum. By day, Lisa is an Assistant Editor for Deseret Book/Shadow Mountain, but at night she writes YA… Continue reading Featuring Lisa Mangum

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Writing is like Time Travel

I've been writing like mad for the past week, working on my new novel -- a ghost story/ murder mystery that takes place in the same 'Gifted Ones' world as my previous book. When I finally got my head above water last night and took a deep breath, I realized I'd forgotten deadlines, skipped appointments,… Continue reading Writing is like Time Travel