Review of Workman’s Complication by Rich Leder

Workman’s Complication is a must read murder mystery! From the first word to the last I was truly entertained! I immediately fell in love with the main character, Kate McCall. Kate dedicated herself to acting when she was just in the… Read more

Review of Evidence of Insanity by Carol Piner

Derrick Jensen once said, “Writing is really very easy. Tap a vein and bleed onto the page.” Carol Piner has taken this concept and run with it in her memoir, “Evidence of Insanity”. Right from the beginning of the book,… Read more

Review of Without a Net by Jill Blake

When Eva’s husband, Roger, dies of brain cancer, she suddenly becomes a struggling single mom to their son, Ben. Mourning the loss of Roger was complicated by the fact that he waited until he was on his deathbed to tell… Read more

Review of Charlotte’s Restrained by Celia Kennedy

Charlotte is an attractive twenty-something, with a promising career and several glamorous, wealthy friends of various nationalities. She’s had a crush on Hollywood heartthrob, Des Bannerman, for some time before a “chance” encounter at a French casino brings the two… Read more

Review of One Chance, One Moment by Judith Kohnen

Famous celebrity singer, Garry Danzlo, is distraught over his father’s suicide. His attempt to clear his head by going for a drive results in a devastating car crash that leaves him maimed and bedridden. His sister, Melissa, soon realizes Garry’s… Read more

Review of Lila’s Choice by Laura Brown

Lila’s Choice is about that time in your life when you are approaching 30 and suddenly your whole world becomes complicated. Who do you turn to? Your besties of course! True friends will stop at nothing to help one another… Read more

Review of Eleven On Top by Janet Evanovich

This is the eleventh book in Janet Evanovich’s hysterically funny Stephanie Plum mystery series. The book begins with New Jersey’s famous ditzy bounty hunter, Stephanie Plum, turning in her badge. She’s fed up with being stalked, and shot at. Stephanie’s… Read more

Review of A Mug’s Game by C. D. Swanson

Jimmie Barlow is a seventeen-year-old extreme video gamer, living with his sister, Beth, and her young daughter, Suzie. Jimmie and Beth lost their parents in a deadly car accident caused by a drunk driver. It’s clear that Jimmie has some… Read more

Review of A Land More Kind than Home by Wiley Cash

The fictional debut novel, A Land More Kind than Home by Wiley Cash, depicts the grievous tragedies that flooded the parishioners of The River Road Church of Christ in the 1980s.  Carlson Chablis, a self-proclaimed prophet, showed up in Marshall, North Carolina carrying a crate of snakes… Read more

5 Simple Branding Techniques for Authors by Susan Barton

Most of us have heard the term branding. Simply put, branding means marketing your business, product, or yourself. Obviously, for an author the product is a book. Positioning yourself as an authority on a subject (writing, the subject of your book, etc.) lends credibility… Read more