Book Review: On the Canvas of My Soul – She came in like a wrecking ball

I look up. A man is staring at me. Slowly he kneels. I reach out. He’s no illusion. I can touch him and he doesn’t disappear. I study his face – a foreign face, smiling and frowning at the same time, as if he is about to cry. He sees something in me. Is it... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: Vic Boyo, Doofus Detective – A Dame, Two Murders & Several Idiots

He held his black fedora in his hands and twitched his mouth nervously. He wasn't tall at all and wore a narrow, false-looking mustache. His thinning hair was oily and combed back from his wide brow. I couldn't help but notice a bulge in his suit, but he wasn't happy to see me. - Vic... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Whippoorwill – A Southern Belle and her Northern Soldier

At Gettysburg, she’d held him in her arms, briefly. She wanted him so badly that there were occasions when she thought she saw him standing in front of her. A lone Union officer, in the midst of a Confederate camp. - Whippoorwill (Page 247) The Plot From Amazon: Barely fourteen, Ceci Prejean is a tomboy... Continue Reading →

Coming Soon: Book Review – Game Changer: Hold That Thought

From Amazon: I am a woman living with Cerebral Palsy (CP) since birth. This book is a compilation of my personal journals while I was going to school for Public Affairs and Policy Management at Carleton University in Ottawa Ontario Canada . When I was prepping for graduation and finishing my final Honours essay for... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Big Mistake – And Big Decisions

"Before he could stop himself, the wish that she had wanted to see him, and not just for sex, slipped out. Silently, he shook his head. He had no right to need that. He already had their forbidden months together. Imagining that her feelings for him might be as strong as what he felt for... Continue Reading →

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