Showing posts from September, 2023

BOOK REVIEW - Dead By Proxy by Manning Wolfe

  Dead By Proxy by Manning Wolfe September 18 - October 13, 2023 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: In this lawyer on the run action suspense, attorney Quinton Bell loses the trial of his career, and possibly his life. Dead By Proxy takes you on a heart-pounding journey through the life of a criminal defense attorney, whose world is wiped out. When Quinton loses a career-defining case, he finds himself being hunted by the very client he tried to save. As Quinton navigates the treacherous path of survival, he is running from a powerful and relentless adversary who will stop at nothing to see him silenced. Finally landing in Houston, he hides in plain sight while re-inventing his new life as a trial lawyer. When he’s forced to take on a high-profile murder case, he exposes himself and those he loves to danger. With each passing moment, the noose tightens, and he must draw on every ounce of wit to outsmart those who still want him dead. Will Quinton Bell find a way out, or w

BOOK REVIEW - A Beautiful Story: Jesus & St. Nick by Sarah French

    Book Details: Book Title :   A Beautiful Story: Jesus & St. Nick by Sarah French Category :  Children's Non-Fiction (ages 3 to 8), 32 pages Genre :  Children's Book Publisher :  Sarah French Release date:    Sep 2023 Content Rating :  G.  Suitable for everyone. Book Description: The Christmas season is here, and you once again have to juggle the story of Jesus with good Ole St. Nick… …but what if you didn’t have to? This beautifully illustrated bedtime story teaches children the story behind St. Nick and how he was a follower of Jesus too! Children will learn about the birth of Jesus, the importance of giving, and the reason for many of our holiday traditions. A Beautiful Story: Jesus & St. Nick  will quickly become a family favorite. Parents love the values it teaches, and kids love the way it brings the real Christmas story to life! Make this book a Christmas tradition in your household so your kids will grow up understanding why we celebrate Christmas with certai

BOOK REVIEW - Starla by Terrilynn Moore and Quade B. Smith

    Book Details: Book Title : Starla by Terrilynn Moore and Quade B. Smith Category :  YA Fiction (Ages 13-17), 434 pages Genre :  Urban Fantasy Publisher :   Laurel Elite Books Release date:    May 2023 Content Rating :   PG + M: Mild profanity and the lead character lives in a mental and verbally abusive household. The theme of living in an unhealthy household and getting help is a theme in the book.   Book Description: High school is stressful enough without having to save your town from evil incarnate. But Starla never really had a choice in the matter. Starla, an aspiring artist, lives an uneasy life with her mom after the sudden loss of her dad. She seeks refuge at the home of her grandmother, Ma Mère, where she feels safe. As a teenager, Starla begins to demonstrate magical abilities. Among them, she discovers her hands glow with purple light and she can understand the squeaks of her pets. Her new abilities are no surprise to Ma Mère, who reveals a long-hidden family secret of

BOOK REVIEW - What I See is Love by Gabriella Fiorletta

    Book Details: Book Title :   What I See is Love   by Gabriella Fiorletta Category :  Children's Fiction (ages 3 to 7), 38 pages Genre :  Children's Book Publisher :   Mascot Books Release date:   August 8, 2023 Content Rating :  G.   This children's book is for everyone. Book Description: In the daily rush to get to school and work, check the alerts on our phones, worry about scary monsters (AAAHHHH!), and keep up with our favorite shows, it can be easy to lose sight of the most important thing in life―love. But from kindly crossing guards to thoughtful neighbors to our closest friends and family, love is everywhere. It’s in the smell of Mom’s freshly baked croissants. It’s in the wag of a dog’s tail. It’s in a teacher’s warm greeting at the schoolhouse. And it’s in a goodbye kiss from Dad as he makes his way to work. When the world sometimes feels uncertain and the sky feels gray, just look around and notice how love can melt your worries away. I received an advance re

BOOK REVIEW - 25 to Life by John Lansing

  25 to Life by John Lansing August 21 - September 15, 2023 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: 25 to Life is the fifth and latest installment in the Jack Bertolino series, written by John Lansing in the propulsive, cinematic, page-turning style he has become known for. Gloria Millhouse, a beautiful African American law student, is working with the Project for the Innocent. She has done extensive research on inmate Carl Forbes, who she believes was wrongfully arrested, convicted and incarcerated for a crime he didn't commit, the sexual assault and brutal murder of a teenage girl in Los Angeles twenty-three years ago. Gloria dies in a car crash on Malibu Canyon Road after questioning powerful, politically-connected men who were witnesses at Carl's trial and knew the victim personally. Private investigator Jack Bertolino is brought on to discover the truth behind Gloria's death. Was her crash simply a random accident or a conspiracy to prevent the courts from reope