Month: September 2014

Tragedy, True Romance, And Tiffany

A Book Review of Til Death Do Us Part, by Stephanie Ayers (Buy it here on Amazon. Buy it here on Kobo. See the author’s website.) This action-packed, engrossing novella follows the journey of that most coveted and notorious emblems of everlasting love—the Tiffany diamond engagement ring. The ring was offered, refused, disposed of, scrounged, smuggled, re-gifted, stolen…

My Envious Alarm Clock

A Book Review of When Everyone Shines But You, by Kelly Martin (Buy it here on Amazon. See the author’s website.) What an arresting title. When everyone shines but you. The bald honesty in that horrible statement, the humility inherent in shouting that to the world—that takes guts. Can’t we all admit to feeling that way at some…

A Change You Can’t Ignore

A Book Review of Sea-Change by P.W. Fox (Buy it here on Amazon. See the author’s website.) This novella is an epic tale, with evil aristocrats, witchcraft, warring clans, sword fights, and even a red wedding, condensed within a quick two-hour read. You’re probably thinking that would be a classic case of information overload, like when you read…