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Painting Juliana by Martha Louise Hunter

Painting Juliana by Martha Louise Hunter May 20, 2014 Goldminds Publishing, LLC Nashville, Tennessee 362 pages For a first book, Martha Louise Hunter has written an engaging story about family relationships, Alzheimer’s disease, agoraphobia, divorce, and letting go of the past. The story focuses on Juliana, an Austin, Texas housewife, who is served divorce papers…

Someone Else’s Love Story by Joshilyn Jackson

Someone Else’s Love Story by Joshilyn Jackson William Morrow November 19, 2013 320 pages Welcome to the last stop of TLC Books blog tour for Someone Else’s Love Story. The novel was my first book to read by Ms. Jackson, and I was very impressed with her writing and will definitely read more from this…

Book Review: The Bully of Order by Brian Hart

The Bully of Order by Brian Hart September 2, 2014 Harper, New York 400 pages     I am honored to write about The Bully of Order by Brian Hart today, publication day for this new novel. I cannot believe the book is 400 pages, as I was entranced with novel from beginning to end. This…

Junkette by Sarah Shotland

Junkette by Sarah Shotland June 28, 2014 White Gorilla Press, Belford, NJ 176 pages From the Urban Dictionary online: Junkette: A female who swoons over the junkie-type rock stars. Known to find attraction in boys who smoke, do drugs, are overly skinny, have stoner eyes, messy hair, are in bands, etc. Junkette: Check out that…

Book Review: Sinful Folk by Ned Hayes

Sinful Folk by Ned Hayes Campanile Books: New York January 13, 2014 Kindle edition Print length: 362 pages —Sinful Folk by Ned Hayes with a wonderful cover by Nikki McClure Sinful Folk by Ned Hayes was a much better book than I had expected. I remember choosing this book to review because the novel was…

Mrs. Hemingway by Naomi Wood

Mrs. Hemingway by Naomi Wood 336 pages Picador, UK ISBN-10: 1447226860 ISBN-13: 978-1447226864 February 13, 2014 I spent last weekend reading Mrs. Hemingway. I first read the Hadley (Richardson, wife one) section in one sitting, then I read the Fife (Pauline Pfeiffer, wife two) and Martha (Gellhorn, wife three) sections in another sitting, and finally,…