Review of The Field Guide to Sports Metaphors by Josh Chetwynd

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I chose this book. The title was compelling and, being a sports enthusiast, I knew I’d find it interesting. This handy, convenient-sized book didn’t disappoint me. The author includes common and not so… Read more

Hard Court by Robert Germaux Book Tour Stop, Book Review and GIVEAWAY

  File Size: 638 KB Print Length: 253 pages Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited Publisher: Robert T. Germaux (April 6, 2016) Publication Date: April 6, 2016 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English ASIN: B01DX54ZFO   ABOUT HARD COURT: Miles Bradshaw, the dot-com billionaire owner of Pittsburgh’s first… Read more

Review of On The Edge by T. S. Krupa

Unfortunately, children do not come with a set of instructions. Parents want the best for their children under any circumstance. Children are a woven creation from both of their parents. The love a parent has for their child is unconditional…. Read more

Review of On His Turf by Jennifer Watts

About On His Turf: Carmelina Dahl is used to taking care of herself. Growing up on the poor side of Austin with a drunk for a mother gave her little other choice. But she’s worked hard to get ahead and… Read more

Review of Coaching Dad by Fred Phillips

About the Book: In ‘Coaching Dad,’ readers get to reconsider the contention: “You can never go home again.” If you were given the chance to do it, even at the risk of screwing up the space-time continuum, would you go?… Read more

Review of The Cortlandt Boys by Laura Vanderkam

Cortlandt, a quaint Northeast Pennsylvania town, sat nestled in the mountains. In 1994, the atmosphere was filled with the thrill of victory, love and mystery. The high school basketball team, The Cortlandt Cavaliers, had won the state championship that year…. Read more