Review: HER ALASKAN COWBOY by Belle Calhoune

You know how I feel about Alaskan Romance, right?  Because, well, that was the magic which made my large family.  Check it out-  How to Bag an Alaskan Man  And I’ve reviewed it for this author before.  So I knew I could count on her to deliver the goods and, of course, she did. Honor…

Review: PIPER’S PURSUIT by Melanie Dickerson

I’ve had a massive head-cold all week and have only begun to think half-straight.  Kinda.  My apology for a less-than-stellar review, because this novel deserves way better.  This is the sort of storytelling which prevents me from speed-reading, well-rounded characters, vivid setting, sound structure. Katerina has grown up in medieval Hamlin in Germany, during a…

Review: STAR WARS LEIA PRINCESS OF ALDERAAN by Claudia Gray

Writing a Star Wars Prequel is no small task, as George Lucas discovered.  Not only do you have to reverse-engineer a story and the characters involved, but you have to deal with the backstories the fans have created for themselves, to fill the void.  This is why, I believe, my generation hated The Phantom Menace,…

Winter Blog Roundup 2019

Suffice it to say, I haven’t accomplished everything I’d wanted to do by this point.  Nevertheless, I did accomplish and learn a lot. Biggest Lesson:   Professional Blogging is Hard Work! But, it’s also fun.  Whenever I think about quitting, I ask myself how’d feel to not have writing and promoting posts to look forward…

Review for Tour: THE END OF THE MAGI by Patrick W. Carr

The End of the Magi By Patrick W. Carr Christian Historical Fiction Hardcover, Paperback, Audiobook & ebook, 384 Pages November 5th 2019 by Bethany House Publishers Centuries before the magi arrived in Bethlehem, a prophecy sets a young magus on his path . . . Following his vision of the coming Messiah, the prophet Daniel…