This is definitely not an exhaustive list and I'm sharing a few now as this year (unravels?) to a close. 😐 I'm thankful for books and so much more. 🙂 The reviews are in no particular order. As time allows, I plan on adding more books I have completed, once I have written a review, … Continue reading Books I Have Read and Reviewed (Thus Far) in 2020
Tag: Book Reviews
Arnold Lobel’s Picture Book, FABLES, Has Aged Well
Arnold Lobel’s illustrations have always been charming and the stories centered on anthropomorphic animal characters consistently possessed a quirky kind of wonderful. In 1980, his book FABLES, had won the Caldecott Medal as the best illustrated book. As a child, I was a voracious reader and a Master Bedtime Story Demander (thanks, Mom!) that I … Continue reading Arnold Lobel’s Picture Book, FABLES, Has Aged Well
Quotes to Write By – Day 5
The following review is from one of my readers. It's a fabulous feeling when someone other than your family has read and reviewed one of your books -- especially if you're an Indie author. I love reading and lately I've come across of books that aren't traditionally published. Some are of the highest quality. Some … Continue reading Quotes to Write By – Day 5
Moonstruck, Book 1 Gets a 5-Star Review!
Thank you, Kwadzana for your review that validated my job as a writer -- to entertain you! May you dream beautiful dreams and control your nightmares! Readers of this blog, if you've read any of my books please consider posting positive reviews on Amazon or Goodreads for them. Why? Because writing and posting reviews does … Continue reading Moonstruck, Book 1 Gets a 5-Star Review!
Book Review for Camela Thompson’s Blood, Spirit, and Bone
Book Review for Camela Thompson’s Blood, Spirit, and Bone Abandon all hope of suspense, ye who read on, for there shall be . . . major SPOILERS! Spoiler alert! Spoiler alert! Bee-doh! Bee-doh! Beeee-doh! Oui, oui, spoilers broken down into troi parts, as charmingly broken as my French. The Good: The characters (especially the main … Continue reading Book Review for Camela Thompson’s Blood, Spirit, and Bone
Goodreads One Star Junkie
Confessions. Yes, I sometimes watch and sing along to Jem and the Holograms on Youtube. Yes, I sometimes selfishly eat cookies while watching Netflix late at night while the rest of my family sleeps. Yes, I often dance in the car to Japanese pop rock or Reggaeton (red lights mostly). In high school, my music … Continue reading Goodreads One Star Junkie