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A Stitch in Time

April 2nd, 2008

Author: Allison Bottkewww.godallowsuturns.com Reviewed By: Georgia Richardson In this debut novel, the main character, Dee Decker has many decisions forced upon her and she knows these choices could alter her life forever. She\’s nonetheless determined to bring love, purpose and meaning back into her life. So on the heels of her husband\’s infidelity, Dee moves forward on her own, and does so with a vengeance; and a divorce in the making. She\’s takes on a new job, in a new state, and . . . in a new state of mind. Excited by her own boldness in reinventing her image with gastric... Read More

Outshining the Moon

March 31st, 2008

Author: Jerelyn CradenOutshining the Moon Reviewed By: Georgia Richardson I have to say I really enjoyed this book. A little bit of strong language in some spots, however, the story was a good one full of creativity and imagination. Vessie, the main character, is snowbound in her car and from the get-go, in danger of dying. What does one do in a situation like this? We reflect. This is what Vessie offers throughout the rest of the book as she waits in her car with nothing but her inner child for company. Taking you from one stage of her childhood as a psychic first, then a healer, to losing... Read More

Driving on the Wrong Side of the Road

March 31st, 2008

Author: Diana Estillhttp://dianaestill.com Reviewed By: Patti Hill Diana has the gift of seeing the stresses and strife of everyday life through the lens of humor. \’Driving\’ is laugh-out-loud hilarious. By opening the doors to her own family fun, crisis, accidents and chaos we are taken on a road trip through life. Crazy antics, life experiences and lessons of life are laced with humor. Laughing at her stories makes us chuckle at our own similar ones and allows us to realize they weren\’t as bad as we thought them to be. \’Driving\’ promises to bring cheer to... Read More

that ridiculous blue sky

March 31st, 2008

Author: Monica B. Morriswww.monicabmorris.com/ Reviewed By: Patti Hill “that ridiculous blue sky” was an absolute pleasure to read! It proved to hold my interest from its opening pages. I found myself thinking about the latest twist while at work; I had to discipline myself to finish my tasks before returning to the developing plot. I thought I knew where the story was going, but was pleasantly surprised when it didn\’t! For any woman who thinks she needs romance to live, for any woman trying to find her way in a new world, for any woman who needs to laugh at her own insecurities,... Read More

Trust in the Wind

March 31st, 2008

Author: Vicki M. TaylorTrust in the Wind Reviewed By: Georgia Richardson Trust in the Wind- Chosing single motherhood in her teens, Joanne lost everything, including the support and love of her family. Pregnant and alone, she makes the decision to go forth with her life. She trust no one and firmly locks the door of her heart. She vowed to become independent, trust only the wind, and to never let love break down the barriers surrounding her heart. That is . . . until she met Roy. I finished reading Trust in the Wind and realized that once again Ms Taylor convinced me to “latched on”... Read More

Life is Funny

February 25th, 2008

Author: Leigh Anne Jasheway-Bryant Reviewed By: Georgia Richardson Leigh Anne Jasheway-Bryant is called “The Accidentail Comic” but after you read her debut novel, Life is Funny, I\’m sure you\’ll agree that her humor writing is no accident. It\’s pure talent. Life, politics, secrets that become front page news, hairdressers who give new meaning to the word dysfunctional, and our main loveable, witty character, Judy; a hairdresser UN-extraordinaire, who dreams of one day becoming a stand-up comedian. Does she finally go for it? Uh huh. Sure does. Not only that,... Read More

One Little Secret

February 25th, 2008

Author: Allison Bottkewww.allisonbottke.com Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos Ursula wonders what will happen now. It is true that she will have some extra time on her hands: her husband is aggressively pursuing that partnership in the law firm and her children are off creating their futures and she is slightly less needed on the home front. She consoles herself that it isn\’t so bad; she has a vibrant life meeting with friends, spending time on Junior League activities and possibly giving piano lessons again. She is not at all worried about filling her newly acquired freedom and toys with the... Read More

Who, Me? Paranoid? Humor, Humor Everywhere

February 25th, 2008

Author: Erica Stuxwww.authorsden.com/ericastux Reviewed By: Georgia Richardson If you find you\’re short on time, but want something to read that\’s cute, lightly entertaining, and “relatable,” then you might want to test drive, Who, Me? Paranoid? by Erica Stux. It could be this short, humorous book full of daily observations is just the ticket for you. Her stories, such as husbands who think opening the freezer and staring is a sport, or another one where the author says she\’s “running a household with the deductive reasoning of Sherlock Holmes and the intuition... Read More