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Discussion: The Myths of Trashy Books and Women's Fiction

I have thoughts I need to share. 

Recently, I’ve been reading a lot of Romance novels and I’ve always been a reader of the so-called Women’s Fiction and there’s a lot of stuff that gets attached to these genres. 701 more words

Book Blogging

The Book of Essie by Meghan MacLean Weir

4/5 stars

From the Publisher:

A debut novel of family, fame, and religion that tells the emotionally stirring, wildly captivating story of the seventeen-year-old daughter of an evangelical preacher, star of the family’s hit reality show, and the secret pregnancy that threatens to blow their entire world apart. 489 more words

Contemporary Fiction

Book Review: In unexpected ways more possibilities are available when one heals from grief through service to others, doors open that weren’t present before.

Cottage By The Sea

By Debbie Macomber

A tragedy befalls Annie Marlow. An all encompassing grief & survivors guilt threatens to send her into a deep spiral of depression. 277 more words

Book Reviews

Available now for pre-order

I’m very happy to announce The Virgin’s Gamble is available now on Amazon for pre-order in print and on Kindle.

A huge thank you to The Wild Rose Press, especially Roseann for her amazing patience and unbelievable editing skills, and Diana, who did the gorgeous cover!


The Family Tabor by Cherise Wolas

1 Stars

Publisher: Flatiron Books

Date of publication: July 17, 2018

Genre: General Fiction, Women’s Fiction

Where you can find The Family Tabor: Amazon… 900 more words

Book Review

The Husband Hour by Jamie Brenner

My Rating:  4 Stars

The Husband Hour was not only enjoyable to read  (I actually was able to read this one within 24 hours – but I also am on vacation which helps), but it also shed light on the horrible dangers incurred when athletes get concussions. 280 more words


Cottage by the Sea by Debbie MaComber

Pages: 352 (eBook)

Publisher: Random House Publishing

Published: July 17, 2018

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Annie is learning to adjust to life without her entire family. 158 more words