Murphy, Murphy: And the Case of Serious Crisis by Keith Hirshland

Winner of Book Talk Radio Book Club - Best Book 2020 OK – there is grammar humor – what more could an editor possibly want? I’m also a huge fan of Jasper Fforde, and this book nicely follows behind (I could not help myself!) his style.  Detective Murphy Murphy, who works in the Department of … Continue reading Murphy, Murphy: And the Case of Serious Crisis by Keith Hirshland

THE SQUARE ROOT OF TEXAS: The First Calamity of QED Morningwood by Rob Witherspoon

      Genre: Satire / Humor / Absurdist Fiction Publisher: Independently Published Date of Publication: September 26, 2018 Number of Pages: 181 pages My husband gives this book 5 stars.  Technically he did not read it but had more of an Audible experience (meaning I read him a lot of it).  We spent an … Continue reading THE SQUARE ROOT OF TEXAS: The First Calamity of QED Morningwood by Rob Witherspoon

Power (The WP Trilogy Book 2) by Bharat Krishnan

Having enjoyed the first book in this Trilogy I was pleased to see the author was keeping to his quick schedule of releasing all 3 books in this Trilogy in 3 months. The author allows the reader to skillfully leap from Rakshan’s politically fueled world in D.C. to Sadiya’s personal life in India.  Continuing the … Continue reading Power (The WP Trilogy Book 2) by Bharat Krishnan

The Love Note by Joanna Davidson Politano

Genre: Christian / Historical Fiction / Romance Publisher: Revell Publication Date: October 20, 2020 Number of Pages: 400 Scroll down for the giveaway! A light touch is my best description of this book.  While there are several interesting strong characters in this book the real main character is a single piece of paper.  And the … Continue reading The Love Note by Joanna Davidson Politano

H2LiftShips Volumes 1 & 2: a tech manual for a future – Imagine a world, exactly like ours, but different by Bob Freeman

This a very different kind of book.  Think part tech manual, part science fiction, part alternative universe, and part I’m not sure what.  I can see someone who is a sci-fi or tech nerd totally enjoying this book.  It is well written and has a lot of good parts.  Unfortunately for me, it is not … Continue reading H2LiftShips Volumes 1 & 2: a tech manual for a future – Imagine a world, exactly like ours, but different by Bob Freeman