One Writer’s Flights of Fancy (scenes from my daydreams) by Author Robert Germaux

Today we present three short vignettes, written from the quirky mind of author Robert Germaux. As a multi-genre author and retired English teacher, Germaux recently showcased his sense of humor in his essay collection Grammar Sex and Other Stuff. Readers… Read more

Grammar Sex and Other Stuff by Robert Germaux Book Tour Spotlight

  Publisher:Robert T. Germaux (February 19, 2017) Publication Date:February 19, 2017 Sold by:Amazon Digital Services LLC Language:English ASIN:B06WD84F1N   ABOUT THE BOOK: Grammar Sex (And Other Stuff) is one man’s take on life’s little moments, minor annoyances and unexpected delights…. Read more

Review of The Cat Who Went Bump in the Night by Angela Pepper

Eli Carter is a thirty-year old guy with a boring delivery job and a demanding, controlling girlfriend. After picking up a package at Khan’s appliance repair shop, Eli experiences a night of terror at the hands of an unexplained creature…. Read more

Review of Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler

Vinegar Girl is a retelling of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. In this version, we meet Kate Battista, who is in her late twenties, never married and taking care of her unappreciative widowed father and teenage sister. She’s discouraged… Read more

Review of Things I’ve Said To My Children by Nathan Ripperger with Book Giveaway

For most people, the phrase, “He’s your brother, not a pull toy,” will probably never be uttered. Once you become a parent, you start saying things you never imagined would leave your mouth. That’s the idea behind Nathan Ripperger’s book,… Read more

Review of Strangers Have the Best Candy by Margaret Meps Schulte

Everyone has heard the warning about taking candy from strangers: Don’t do it. Strangers can be weird, devious and even downright dangerous. But is that true for all strangers? Of course not. After all, a person is only a stranger… Read more

Review of To Catch Her Death by Boone Brux

What does a widow with three children, living in Alaska, do when she needs a job? She becomes a grim reaper, of course. Lisa Carron’s husband dies in a car accident and leaves very little money for his family to… Read more

Review of The Pharaoh’s Cat by Maria Luisa Lang

Wrappa-Hamen lives an interesting life. He spends his days hanging out with the Pharaoh, being tickled by pretty servant girls, stuffing his face with delicious delicacies and licking his private parts. Wrappa-Hamen is a cat and he’s the only one… Read more

Review of See Bride Run by Charlotte Hughes

I absolutely loved See Bride Run. The characters are endearing and the author, Charlotte Hughes, portrays them in such a lovely way. There’s so much character detail that I could picture each of them in my imagination. At times, I… Read more

Review of Daniel the Camp-er by S. J. Henderson

I’d like to preface this review with an admission – I love reading and reviewing children’s books. To me, reading should be a part of every child’s life and any book that encourages this is fantastic in my view. Daniel… Read more