Tag: book bloggers

Three Paradoxes Resolved by Writing Novels

My first suspense novel, Shrink Rapt, took me eight years to complete, an arduous and gratifying accomplishment.  As a psychologist, I value life lessons, especially when they come in the form of paradox.  Slogging through to the finish taught me three vital things. 

A Happy Ghost by Karl Kristian Flores

Somewhere in Kentucky Today I breathe in a town I don’t know,
 Whose warm weather is wet and thundering, Whose streetlights droop from wires sinking low, Whose milky life pace keeps me wondering.
 To where I went I did not care—I turned.
 I saw… Continue Reading “A Happy Ghost by Karl Kristian Flores”

Book Porn By Auriane de Rudder

You guys, I think I’ve developed…a problem. It started out, as these things often do, innocently. I was young, in middle school, and didn’t fit in. My hormones were surging and my awkward stage was in full swing. I watched other girls socialize at… Continue Reading “Book Porn By Auriane de Rudder”

Promise. A Book Of Death by David Applebury (Book Review #983)

Promise is a young adult action-adventure story. The story’s premise begins with a man dying and entering a fantasy world where he works with Death. The tasks given to him are tedious, and he has to deal with Angels, demons, heroes, and villains. The… Continue Reading “Promise. A Book Of Death by David Applebury (Book Review #983)”

Book trailers by Dennis Scheel.

The vast world of advertising can be intimidating to an independent author. When you self-publish your book, you’ll need to find a way to tackle the challenge of advertising. Book tours and author interviews can get your name and book titles out there by telling sources… Continue Reading “Book trailers by Dennis Scheel.”

Let’s Ask Billy Johnson

You ask, “Billy Johnson, whatever possessed an old guy like you to write THE CASSEROLE LADIES?” Reasonable question. I mean after all it’s about five unmarried older Southern women looking for postmortem romance. That topic doesn’t even come close to appealing to the coveted… Continue Reading “Let’s Ask Billy Johnson”

Sentences That Contain Every Letter of the Alphabet

Did you know that English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and is now the global lingua franca?

One Place at a Time, One at a Time by Jeyran Main

Life is not a destination. It is a journey, and with that, there are times where you have to make essential choices. Many things get thrown at you, forcing you to multi-task. In fact, you are praised for doing so. You brag about it,… Continue Reading “One Place at a Time, One at a Time by Jeyran Main”

How to make time to read?

How to make time to read? I have been asked numerous amount of times regarding my reading habits and how I get to read so many books and still manage to juggle everything else in my life.