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FOREVER HERSELF – A Son’s Memoir of a Remarkable Woman by Kerry L. Stevens with Berthella Stevens (Book Review #517)

This is a memoir about the author’s mother, Berthella. Stevens brings life memories of his beloved mother and how life used to be living under her care. The connection between the two, his mother’s life as a bright minded woman and everything she believed… Continue Reading “FOREVER HERSELF – A Son’s Memoir of a Remarkable Woman by Kerry L. Stevens with Berthella Stevens (Book Review #517)”

Happy Cyber Monday!

Happy Cyber Monday!   Don’t forget to buy that special book for someone. There are many to pick from so feel free to use any of the ones I have recommended.

Titles 1 – by Keith Julius

Titles 1 – by Keith Julius William Shakespeare wrote: “What is a name?  That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” We can also use this rationale when discussing titles of movies, plays, television shows – or books.

Deadmarsh Fey (Dwellers of Darkness, Children of Light #1) by Melika Dannese Lux (Book Review #515)

Deadmarsh Fey is a long dark fantasy novel written about Roger Knightley, a young boy who has heard many storied of Deadmarch but this time around, on his summertime vacation, he realizes that everything has changed. There are some family secrets that he never… Continue Reading “Deadmarsh Fey (Dwellers of Darkness, Children of Light #1) by Melika Dannese Lux (Book Review #515)”

Birth of a New Brain by Dyane Harwood (Book Review #513)

  Birth of a new brain is a self-help book telling the story of a mother trying to survive a rare form of bipolar disease, postpartum mood and anxiety disorder. The journey is hard and displayed the perseverance of a mother struggling in a true… Continue Reading “Birth of a New Brain by Dyane Harwood (Book Review #513)”

Freefall – A Divine Comedy by Lily Iona Mackenzie (Book Review #511)

Freefall is a fictional tale about Tillie, an aspiring artist. She decides to reunite with her friends and after an accident while hiking; they become closer and decide to travel to Italy in order to celebrate the millennium.

Fires of Lothia by Katherine Bryant (Book Review #510)

Fired of Lothia is a novella telling the story of Branna. Branna is a strong girl with high spirits who can ride a horse and fight along men using a sword. The story is short but quite eventful.

Berkley, A Nose Tale by David Hillman (Book Review #504)

Berkley, A Nose Tale is a funny story about a dog who is a little different. Berkley is always sticking his nose where it does not belong. He is a beagle and basset hound mix, possessing the biggest sniffer in the litter. His nose,… Continue Reading “Berkley, A Nose Tale by David Hillman (Book Review #504)”

The Messy Joys of Being Human by Helen Rosenau (Book Review #503)

The messy joys of being human is a self-help book about changing your life in the matter of creating an atmosphere which promotes a happier mood and a happier you.