Tag: writing

The Man On The Roof  by Michael Stephenson (Book Review #453)

The Man On The Roof is a psychological mystery-suspense thriller story with multi-layers of stories combined into one book. A murder occurs during the holidays, and everyone wants to find out who did it. Some odd characters surrounded the neighborhood, and the dynamics of…

This Does Not Leave This House by Julie Coons (Book Review #452)

This Does Not Leave This House is an autobiography of an innocent child who endures every possible abuse and is asked to keep it all quiet. Julie understands the abuse but finds it hard to set her self-free until she finally breaks through and…

Cress by Marissa Meyer (Book Review #4)

Cress is a retell on our very own “Rapunzel” fairy tale. There are of course some differences in where she is trapped and what she ends up doing, however, her personality is pretty much like what we know from Rapunzel.

Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

Saint George: Rusty Knight and Monster Tamer by John Powell (Book Review #19)

  This review is written for Online Book Club. “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” Welcome to the world where the King of England has crown off weeks, goat milk is his favorite beverage and cannot read to save his own…

Stumbling on Happiness by Daniel Gilbert (Book Review #13)

  “Why are lovers quicker to forgive their partners for infidelity than for leaving dirty dishes in the sink? • Why will sighted people pay more to avoid going blind than blind people will pay to regain their sight? • Why do dining companions…

The Arrangement by Sarah Dunn (Book Review #289)

The Arrangement is a contemporary fictional story about Lucy and Owen. A dinner invitation to a friend’s house, who happens to have an open marriage, instigates a thought in the couple’s mind. What if they too relinquish all commitments to each other and trial…

Where I Find Inspiration for My Writing By Michael Okon

    Where I Find Inspiration for My Writing By Michael Okon I write full time. It’s my job. It pays the bills. Like any job, I have to bring my A game if I want to succeed. This means constantly coming up with…

The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires (Book Review #31)

A little girl sets off to create this magnificent thing. Her cute dog follows along and is suppose to be her assistant. She has a plan and has an idea of how it is all going to look like, but as she starts to…