FREE FOR DOWNLOAD ON AMAZON NOW THROUGH MIDNIGHT SUNDAY! I love writing, and each of my books is dear to my heart. There’s something even more special about “Mirage” for me. It was my labor of love with characters who … Continue reading
I’ve been a busy bee these past few months and here’s what I’ve got to show for it! I’m the Boss of My Body! Using simple, empowering language, “I’m the Boss of My Body!” makes it a bit easier … Continue reading
This anthology, in my opinion, would be a great addition to any pre-teen or teen girl’s collection. It presents feminist ideologies in a way that is non-combative, yet it doesn’t shy away from the confrontation and boldness needed in the … Continue reading
Flipping through the book the author described as “Typewriter poems and the rattlings of a curious mind,” I first find that aesthetically, it’s quite pleasing. The vintage look of the typewritten pages and aged paper gives a wonderfully warm and … Continue reading
This title was released in August, 2016… Needless to say, I’m a bit behind on my reviews, but I promise, I’m catching up little by little — so, here we go! How can I say this? I. AM. DISTURBED. I … Continue reading
I received an Advanced Reader’s Copy of this title, and give this book three of five stars only because I adore the fact that the main character/narrator has a disability. He’s high functioning autistic, and as a former teacher and … Continue reading
A Family Tree Brought to Life… I received an Advanced Reading Copy of Salt Houses by Hala Alyan, and I must say that I haven’t been so emotionally affected by a book in quite some time. Alayan takes subject matter … Continue reading
“I know now that what is tragic isn’t the moment. It is the memory.” “The people passing beneath us all were beautiful in some way – beautifully thin, beautifully obese, beautifully Afroed, or cornrowed, or bald. Beautifully dressed in bright … Continue reading
I have become increasingly devastated by the way those in the LGBT Community are treated by people who consider themselves Christian.
It is my hope that this book will provide Christians with the Biblical tools to change wrong attitudes and learn to love and accept all people.
I further hope that LGBT individuals will be comforted in knowing that real Christians filled with the love of God can and will sow peace and tolerance rather than hate and judgment.
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“‘I wonder what it’s like to be alive,’ Sadira pondered in whimsical melancholy… She determined that living, really being alive was found in the kindliness that comes from reciprocal love… It was a sugary forehead kiss from mama while she … Continue reading