Review of Twenty-One Trees by Linda Cousine

Savannah May Holladay wakes up confused and frightened in the hospital from a medical induced coma. It’s a lot for Savannah to take in all at once. Her parents look like they’ve aged over night, her best friend, Birdy, is… Read more

Review of This Side of Providence by Rachel M. Harper

Arcelia Perez flees Puerto Rico to escape an abusive husband. She takes her small daughter Luz, but leaves her son Cristo behind when she boards a plane to NYC. Somewhere along the way, she decides that taking drugs is the… Read more

Review of My Mother’s Wings by Sally Huss

With so many children going through the difficult experience of being separated from a parent who is serving in the military, this book certainly is timely. Author Sally Huss has provided a wonderful way to discuss these challenges with children… 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

The Grass Sweeper God by Doug Howery Virtual Book Tour Stop

  Paperback: 250 pages Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Date: October 23, 2014 ISBN-10: 1499783493 ASIN: B00JMVE036 SYNOPSIS: Being different in America has never been easy; being born different and in the wrong body in Solitude, Virginia in the 1950’s, is brutal. Smiley Hanlon… Read more

Review of Happy Monsters by Uncle Amon

  I was happily surprised when I found this book, via Book Likes. I love reading and reviewing children’s books and I certainly wasn’t disappointed with Happy Monsters by Uncle Amon. And, it was FREE! As a parent and grandparent,… Read more

On The Edge by T. S. Krupa Cover Reveal

About the Book: ON THE EDGE: A NOVEL – ON SALE JUNE 9, 2015!!! Andy Parker is a war widow raising her fifteen-year-old daughter on her own. Hayden Grace dreams of becoming a professional snowboarder, and Andy is doing everything… Read more

Review of Seek ‘N Find by Teresa McKinley

Red is an eleven-year-old girl who lives with her grandmother, Nonny, in the small town of Carlston Corners. Seek ‘N Find follows the lives of Red and her two cousins, KarlaMae and Davison one summer back in the early 1970s…. Read more

Review of Natural Born Charmer by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Natural Born Charmer is a delightful contemporary fictional story, filled with funny situations and witty dialog. The characters in this book will win your heart, stir your emotions, and make you laugh. Thirty-year-old Blue Bailey learned from a very young age… Read more

Review of What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty

It has often been said that hindsight is 20/20. What if you were given the opportunity to have a “do-over” of your last 10 years of life, with the only stipulation being a loss of memory for those years? Would you… Read more