Category Archives: Reviews of exceptional books

Shadow of the Storm: a Review

If you love Biblical Historicals, you will love Connilyn Cossette’s Shadow of the Storm. This is the second of her Out From Egypt series, a book I won from Bethany House in a Goodreads giveaway. I intend to read the entire … Continue reading

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Merchandise for Authors

Merchandise for Authors is a game changing book of hints, tips, ideas, resources—all centered around developing product lines that compliment our novels. I got excited reading this. I already developed a coloring book for the Circle Bar Ranch series, but … Continue reading

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Waking Beauty: Totally Enchanting

His princess was dusty. Arpien should have expected that. Anything lying undisturbed for a hundred years would gather dust. He’d crossed the ocean to find the right sword for this venture, but neglected to pack a feather duster. Such is … Continue reading

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Flora’s Wish: a Review

Flora’s Wish is book 1 of The Secret Lives of Will Tucker Series, so let me tell you about Will Tucker. Wait—I can’t. I know very little about him, and much of what I do know would be a spoiler. Sorry … Continue reading

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Carlotta’s Legacy

Rebecca Lewis moves from a rich lifestyle in the USA to a rich lifestyle on an Italian villa—what can be more glamorous? Well, considering the reason she moved from one lifestyle to another, just about anything. Carlotta’s Legacy, by Betty Thomason … Continue reading

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Review of Storming, by K.M. Weiland

Uh-oh, punkers, steam isn’t the power-source anymore. Make room for diesel! Have you ever had a reading experience in which you could just tell the author had a blast writing it for you? Where, when you put the book down for … Continue reading

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Review: 50 Days of Hay

I met this author and his wife at the Gathering of Authors in Texarkana not long ago. He’s not really a fiction writer; he’s an expert in human resources, leadership, management–things like that. And I have to admit, you can … Continue reading

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A Review: Night Side of Dark

I met Caleb Pirtle III at the ETBU Conference in Marshall, TX, this year, and what a treasure that was! He has written numerous books and three teleplays for network TV, including “Gambler 5: Playing for Keeps,” the fifth in … Continue reading

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Review: All’s Fair in Love and Cupcakes

What a fun little romance! Betsy St Amant’s characters, Kat Varland and Lucas Brannen, are best friends who are afraid to admit they love each other for fear of ruining their friendship. High school football coach Lucas decides to take charge and … Continue reading

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Mardan’s Mark: a review

Kathrese McKee wrote a doozy of a YA epic adventure, full of action, danger, and daring. Srilani, oldest daughter of the king and trained in all kingly ways, and her sisters and brother, heir to the throne, are captured by … Continue reading

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