Archive for July, 2012

“Don’t Write What You Know” by guess author Jennifer Griffith

Saturday, July 28th, 2012

Thank you for letting me be your guest blogger today! It’s an honor.

Do you remember those skits by Monty Python, “And Now for Something Completely Different?” You probably wanted something completely different on this blog today, so here’s a post about sumo wrestling!

Sumo. It’s gross, right? Flabby, mostly-naked guys slamming into each other at full speed? (more…)

The HawkenEye by Clayton M. Craft a review

Saturday, July 21st, 2012

Review for readersfavorite.com

The Hawken Eye is a delightful book that reads kind of like a Harry Potter, though the tale has nothing to do with the famous wizard. The character of Kimora, one of the threesome that are the main characters in this tale, is very much like that of Hermione in the popular books. In spite of the similarities, (more…)

“The Miracle Mixer” by Theresa Nash a review

Saturday, July 14th, 2012

A readersfavorite.com review.

The Miracle Mixer is a really interesting, refreshing tale. It is well written and interestingly done. It has at least three different situations going on at the same time, but not in an intrusive way. The author did a great job keeping the reader interested in everything going on. I like the way the story is told and the role the character Reeshanna plays in it. She is lovable, naïve and in a great danger. (more…)

The Alias by Mandi Slack

Saturday, July 7th, 2012

a readersfavorite.com review

This is an awesome story that is very well written about spouse and partner abuse. It is written quite tastefully, yet powerfully, with a hint of romance to make it all better. This is a hard subject for any woman that has been in an abusive relationship, (more…)