Recreance by H. G. Chambers (Book Review #198)

This review was kindly requested by H. G. Chambers. Recreance is the first fantasy novel of its series, written about a 17-year-old boy named Oren. His parents are killed by the Ministry Breakers. He flees his home and says goodbye to his best friend, Clementine. Oren’s life is never the same again. Oren befriends a mentor named, Khalil, and learns the truth about the Ministry. He is seeking revenge but above all, his destiny is now in his own hands. As he []

Author Interview – Polio and Me by Ken Dalton

The year is 1943. A five-year-old boy wakes up. He cannot stand or hold an apple in his hand. The boy is rushed to his family doctor, diagnosed with polio, and taken from his mother’s arms to the contagion ward at the county hospital. Thus begins his eleven-year journey of surgeries, rehabilitation, and therapy so that one day, he can walk, unaided, across a stage and receive his high school diploma. While the boy struggles through his childhood, and in spite decades []

The Billionaire’s Virgin (Always) by Lara Love (Book Review #199)

This review was kindly requested by Lara Love The Billionaire’s Virgin is a romance novel written about Charlotte and Pierce. The story alternates between the two narrators. Charlotte is a head designer for a fashion label. Pierce is a millionaire playboy hunk. They met when they were teenagers and hook up. Charlotte loses her virginity to him. Eleven years later, their paths cross again but this time around, things are different. Charlotte is not one to forgive as Pierce abandoned her after []

Wasted Time or Wasted Lime?

I absolutely love this quote because there are many times where I feel like needing a break, but then feel guilty for doing so. Now I can remember this quote and smile! If you would like a book review click here If you would like your book edited click here Need help getting your book published? Contact Me.


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