Monthly Archives: November 2016
Crushing Mediocrity: 10 Ways to Rise Above the Status Quo by Rene Banglesdorf and Lisa Copeland – BOOK SPOTLIGHT
Crushing Mediocrity: 10 Ways to Rise Above The Status QuoBy Rene Banglesdorf & Lisa Copeland Genre: non-fiction, women in business Book Description Are you surrounded by people who are stuck in the “status quo” or satisfied with participation trophies? … Continue reading
How Lenin and Stalin Brainwashed Russians By Larisa Vetrova Genre: Non-Fiction Historical Ever wished to explore the atrocious murder frenzy of the Soviet Bolsheviks? Each of sixteen book chapters peels off, layer after layer, how the Bolsheviks mercilessly … Continue reading
Overview Patience Callahan is twenty-five and fast becoming an old maid. But she’s spent most of her life dreaming over romantic European literature and wants a dashing d’Artagnan, not a bookish Bob Cratchit. Alas, the Colorado town of Gilman’s chock-full … Continue reading
Seed of ControlBy Lawrence Verigin Genre: Thriller Nick Barnes is back, setting off a chain of events that uncovers a conspiracy beyond moral comprehension against Earth’s entire population; save a chosen few. The scheme has taken generations to develop … Continue reading
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Overview It’s 1996, and Reacher is still in the army. In the morning they give him a medal, and in the afternoon they send him back to school. That night he’s off the grid. Out of sight, out of mind.Two … Continue reading
Here is my Christmas card design for 2016. All the stamps and die cuts come from Heartfelt Creations. Thanks for stopping by!
Overview New York Times bestselling author Laura Griffin “delivers the goods” (Publishers Weekly) again with the eleventh title in the gritty, heart-pounding Tracers series. When a lakeside tryst ends in a double murder, police detective Daniele Harper arrives on the … Continue reading
Gated 3By Matt Drabble Genre: Thriller, Horror It’s time for the multi award winning trilogy to come to an end, but will anyone be left standing. It was the chance of a lifetime for Avery Grant, the opportunity … Continue reading
GUEST POST My two books of short stories, “The Old Turk and Other Tales” and “Through the Mirror”, examine that tricky balance between experience and the Otherworld. Short stories should stimulate thinking—they are always true. So many of them lose … Continue reading