Archives for the month of: June, 2019

#TuesdayBookBlog THE PERFECT DATE by by Evelyn Lozada (@EvelynLozada) and Holly Lorincz (@StMartinsPress An American-Latina Cinderella story and a whirlwind soap opera – Hi all: Today I’m taking part in a Blog Tour, and, let me tell you, it is not without its controversy…. The Perfect Date by Evelyn Lozada and Holly Lorincz An American-Latina Cinderella story and a whirlwind soap opera When a single mom ends up playing an unwilling fake girlfriend to a charming play…

#Bookreview THE NEVER GAME (A COLTER SHAW NOVEL BOOK 1) by Jeffery Deaver (@JefferyDeaver) (@HarperCollinsUK). Twists, turns, a fascinating backdrop and a new hero – Hi all: Today I bring you the latest novel by a very well-know author. The Never Game (A Colter Shaw Novel Book 1) by Jeffery Deaver From the bestselling and award-winning master of suspense, the first novel in a thrilling new series, introducing Colter Shaw. “You have been abandoned.” A young woman has…

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Saturday, June 22, 2019

Collage featuring hymnal by Dan Antion. Tomfoolery by TeaganCollage featuring hymnal by Dan Antion. Tomfoolery by Teagan

Welcome back to the crossroads.    

I think this is an upbeat chapter.  You could say it has a good gospel beat.  (Winks.)  However, the characters experience some uncertainty.  Hence the melody in this introduction.

In Chapter 7 — A Lament,  Birdie Devovo was reluctant to go to the revival service, even though Dough Armstrong asked her to be there for moral support.  When they arrived, we saw Birdie had good reason for not wanting to go.  This time Doug has to struggle with something. 

Those struggles put me in mind of one of my favorite songs, Hallelujah, written by Leonard Cohen.  The song is not about religion, and neither is this story.  Even though the song is from a later era, it felt like a perfect fit.  I love hearing Cohen sing…

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Thanks to Sally Cronin for choosing one of my reviews (Legacy, Project Renova 4 by Terry Tyler) as part of her series of posts from bloggers’ archives, #potluck. A fantastic series!

#TuesdayBookBlog WILL RISE FROM ASHES by Jean M. Grant (@JeanGrant05). An ambitious road-novel about a woman who finds herself among the chaos #RBRT – Hi all: Today I bring you one of my reviews for Rosie’s Book Review Team. I think many of you will enjoy this book. Will Rise from Ashes by Jean M. Grant Living is more than mere survival. Young widow AJ Sinclair has persevered through much heartache. Has she met her match when the Yellowstone

#Book review BARNSLEY AT WAR 1939–45 (YOUR TOWNS & CITIES IN WORLD WAR TWO) by Mark Green (@penswordbooks). #WWII – Hi all: I bring you another non-fiction book from one of Pen & Sword collections that I think will interest many:   Barnsley at War 1939–45 (Your Towns & Cities in World War Two) by Mark Green. A wonderful chronicle for anybody interested in local history The ‘eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the

Thanks to Sally Cronin for sharing this post in her #PotLuck #Post from your archives. I’m lucky to have been reviewing Pen & Sword books for a while and keep discovering new gems.

#TuesdayBookBlog #Bookreview THE THIRTEENTH GUARDIAN by KM Lewis (@kmlewisbooks) Dystopia, mythology, apocalypse, and conspiracy theories – Hi all: This is the beginning of a series full of possibilities, although I’m not sure it’s for me. The Thirteenth Guardian by KM Lewis Da Vinci’s secret pales. Michelangelo concealed an explosive truth in his famous Creation of Man fresco in the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican. Everything we have been taught about Eve

#Bookreview SUFFRAGETTES (IMAGES OF THE THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES) by Lauren Willmott (@penswordbooks). Fabulous images and an excellent introduction to the topic #womenshistory – Hi all: I bring you another book by Pen & Sword, and one that I feel remains very relevant. Re-reading the history of the UK suffragettes and the movement to get votes for women, I could not help but notice similarities with the current situation. The struggle is far from over, but we must alw…

Thanks to Sally Cronin for sharing one of my posts, about my cousin, Joan, as part of her #PotLuck series from bloggers’ archives. Unfortunately, he has since passed away, so it is good a great way to remember him and the important work he did.



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