#BookReview: The Art Of Remembering by Alison Ragsdale

Reviewer: Annie McDonnell Summary: Professional ballerina, Ailsa MacIntyre, is at the peak of her career when her world is shattered by a shocking diagnosis. Life-saving surgery leaves her with a fractured memory, little recollection of her husband, Evan, and none of her career as a principal dancer. While recuperating at home, Ailsa hears beautiful musicContinue reading “#BookReview: The Art Of Remembering by Alison Ragsdale”

#TheBookReview & #HolidayReads: Christmas in Vermont by Anita Hughes

Reviewer: Serena Soape Summary: Release Date: October 15th, 2019 A sweet holiday love story about the magic of synchronicity and fate set at a quaint Vermont inn during the week after Christmas. Emma can’t believe her luck when she finds an open pawn shop on Christmas Eve in Manhattan. She’s there to sell the beautifulContinue reading “#TheBookReview & #HolidayReads: Christmas in Vermont by Anita Hughes”

#BookReview: The Mourning Parade by Dawn Reno Langley

Reviewer: Annie Summary: Natalie DeAngelo lost everything the day her two young sons were killed in a school shooting. Desperate to find relief from her unspeakable loss, she volunteers as a veterinarian on an elephant sanctuary in Thailand, but soon realizes she may be in over her head. Battling the memories that torment her dayContinue reading “#BookReview: The Mourning Parade by Dawn Reno Langley”

#BookReview: Friends Of The Library by Susan Cushman

Reviewer: Serena Soape Summary: “. . . a beautifully wrought hymn of praise to readers and book-lovers in the most sacred of places, the libraries where we find both.” –Cassandra King, author of the best-selling novels The Sunday Wife WHEN ADELE COVINGTON becomes an author in her sixties, she goes on a book tour toContinue reading “#BookReview: Friends Of The Library by Susan Cushman”

#AuthorInterview: Carla Vergot author Of Lily Barlow: The Mystery of Jane Dough

Carla Vergot is a one cool chick!! She was easy to talk with and she opened up about some very personal things in her life during her interview. Her character Lily is very quirky and I had a lot of fun chatting about that with Carla! I loved everything that made Lily quirky, but I willContinue reading “#AuthorInterview: Carla Vergot author Of Lily Barlow: The Mystery of Jane Dough”

#AuthorInterview: Amulya Malladi author of “The Nearest Exit May Be Behind You”

Amulya Malladi and I had an excellent discussion about her book, “The Nearest Exit May be Behind You”, the Coaching Book that goes along with it and the seven other novels that she has written since 2003. Learn more about the “Lean In” culture and tricks that Amulya has learned to be a stronger You!Continue reading “#AuthorInterview: Amulya Malladi author of “The Nearest Exit May Be Behind You””

#BookReview: The Six: Scarlett by Samantha March

Reviewer: Serena Soape Summary: Scarlett Walsh is twenty-something, single, and lonely in Chicago. Still reeling from an unexpected breakup that left her broken hearted, Scarlett relies heavily on her group of girlfriends to help heal and move forward. But her friendship with BFF and long-time roommate Tinsley Thompson has turned toxic, and Scarlett is onContinue reading “#BookReview: The Six: Scarlett by Samantha March”

#CoverReveal & #BlurbReveal: The Six: Lauren by Samantha March

About The Six: Lauren Lauren Begay is twenty-something, engaged, and miserable in Chicago. With her wedding to high school sweetheart Ben just months away, Lauren knows in her heart she can’t walk down the aisle. A proud workaholic and interior design assistant, she is chasing a promotion that will elevate her design career, preferring toContinue reading “#CoverReveal & #BlurbReveal: The Six: Lauren by Samantha March”

#AuthorInterview: Samantha March author of “The Six: Scarlett”

Meeting with Samantha March was such an honor because I used to be one of her Associate Book Reviewers. What a fun reunion this was! This interview was informative about her books and very personal about Samantha’s relationship with her stories. It truly was beautiful! She is a joy to listen to! Watch the interviewContinue reading “#AuthorInterview: Samantha March author of “The Six: Scarlett””