Tags » General Fiction

The Knock on Ransom Kegler by Tom Sheehan

First, the powers-to-be, as Ransom Kegler called city hall and its tight-fingered allies, the politicians and the developers, had squeezed a piece of land out of him and were going to make money on it. 2,751 more words

All Stories

Funnel Cloud Spotted Over Brookhaven, Mississippi

{“contentType”:”VIDEO”,”id”:{“value”:”36b122215dfb9e53a6b5613271370575″,”link”:”http:\/\/api.newsapi.com.au\/content\/v2\/36b122215dfb9e53a6b5613271370575″},”originId”:”5348771529001-5799073439001″,”origin”:”BRIGHTCOVE”,”title”:”Funnel Cloud Spotted Over Brookhaven, Mississippi”,”subtitle”:”Funnel Cloud Spotted Over Brookhaven, Mississippi”,”description”:”The National Weather Service Jackson Mississippi said it would investigate reports of a possible tornado in Brookhaven causing damage in the Lincoln County city on Monday, June 18. 1,353 more words

National

Review: Missing Pieces by Laura Pearson

Missing Pieces by Laura Pearson may seem like a departure from my go-to reads, namely general non-fiction or suspense novels. However, with no shame or embarrassment, I can say that in high school I was the biggest Jodi Picoult fan there ever was. 355 more words

Reviews

Fat Cat by Adam Kluger

The cat was fat.

It was a fat cat.

Enormous and relaxed like a giant Panda on Quaaludes. 1,923 more words

All Stories

"Funny Girl" by Nick Hornby Review

Funny Girl

Author:  Nick Hornby

Released:  2014

I never read the backs of books prior to reading them, but based on the title Funny Girl by Nick Hornby was not really what I was expecting. 407 more words

Review

New Release Book Review: The Kookaburra Creek Cafe by Sandie Docker

The Kookaburra Creek Cafe…

About the Book:

Welcome to the Kookaburra Creek Cafe.

THE PAST

For Hattie, the cafe has been her refuge for the last fifty years – her second chance at a happy ending after her dreams of being a star were shattered. 1,206 more words

Book Reviews

A Tale Of A Rough Diamond by P. J. Mann

There is a thing called free will and we all have it.  It is designed to give you the option to make decisions whether good or bad without someone else telling you what to do and how to do it.  267 more words

Book Reviews