Book Review of Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

Since I’m a little late to the Little Fires party, I wondered what I could possibly say about this book that hasn’t already been said. Yet, I still felt compelled to give my opinion anyway. For those who are unfamiliar… Read more

Book Review of A Talent for Murder by Andrew Wilson

  A Talent for Murder is a fictionalized account of the 1926 mysterious ten-day disappearance of author Agatha Christie. Christie never spoke about those ten days and the event remains a mystery to this day. Wilson weaves a tale of… Read more

Review of In the Spirit of Murder by Laura Belgrave

Detective Lieutenant Claudia Hershey has recently relocated with her thirteen-year-old daughter from Cleveland to a small Florida town. Claudia’s having some trouble fitting in, while dealing with her daughter’s anger over being uprooted. A gruesome murder throws Claudia quickly into… Read more

Review of Bertrand Court by Michelle Brafman

Betrand Court is a novel that revolves around the lives of several friends, family members and in-laws (most of them Jewish) living in the Washington DC area. The story spans over decades. If it seems as though I’m struggling to… Read more

Review of What Michael Wants by Michael Hebler

Rachel and David are still grieving over the death of their infant son Adam. They’re past the point of grieving are now in the anger stages of Adam’s death. Their marriage is falling apart and when they begin hearing Adam’s… Read more

The Mortifications by Derek Palacio

I was excited to receive this book and couldn’t wait to begin. Unfortunately, I had a very difficult time getting into it. As the daughter of immigrants myself, I was looking forward to reading the story of the Encarnacion family… Read more

Review of Spirits of the Bayou by Morgan Hannah MacDonald

  Nineteen-year-old Luc Boudreaux is adjusting to his paranormal abilities and getting used to being visited by spirits. When a young spirit named Charlotte visits him in his dreams to tell him he must “save the children” Luc uses his psychic… Read more

Review of Hag-Seed by Margaret Atwood

Felix Phillips is still mourning the death of his wife and three-year-old daughter. At least he still has his job as the Artistic Director at the Makeshiweg Theatre Festival. That is until he’s undermined and given the boot by a… Read more

Emotional Paramedics by Susan Barton FREE Promotion

Just a super quick post to let readers know that my new coming-of-age novel, Emotional Paramedics, is FREE this weekend! ABOUT EMOTIONAL PARAMEDICS: August Gallagher is a sweet and intelligent Brooklyn girl just trying to find her place in the… Read more

Review of The Mystery of Hurtleberry House by C. L. Ragsdale

Irene Waters is trying to recover after being fired from her former job. She’s devastated after being wrongly accused of engaging in an inappropriate relationship with a top executive, and has now moved on to a newer and much less… Read more