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 →

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Book Review: The Soul’s Expression – A Study in Hysteria

‘Your fear of sexual intimacy is a problem,’ he eventually says, his tone gentle. ‘And it is one, I think, I can help you with.’ ‘By removing my reproductive organs?’ I ask, flicking my head towards the diagrams on his wall. - The Soul's Expression (Locations 101-103) The Plot Katherine did what was expected of... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Heir – All dialogue, all day!

Darius asks, “How many kingdoms are there?” King Leo responds, “There are eight: Pythus, Noil, Boris, Agle, Pirus, Nordia, Zavier, and Corvella. Pythus is ruled by the Endelson family, Agle is ruled by the Hanson family, Boris is ruled by the Dumont family, Pirus is ruled by the Phyro family, Zavier is ruled by the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Red Tent – One woman, Four mothers, Twelve brothers

I first read this book when I was about 16, and it has stayed with me ever since. I have re-read it countless times and recommended it to scores of friends. This is an historical fiction novel, a genre that does not usually tickle my fancy. I only really started paying attention to the genre... Continue Reading →

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