I saw this book at a book festival. I walked by it but something about the cover called me back. I picked it up and met the author (used to be teacher now librarian – ok that alone sold me!) and he told me how many times his poor niece had to run back and … Continue reading The Vacant Space by Jaime Perez
It has been a while since I felt that a book might have a decent story but was not for me. This is a long and involved book. It is not helped by the fact that the main character changes names and those she deals with have proper names that are similar and nicknames that … Continue reading Midnight to Morning by H. Glogau-Morgan
I have enjoyed everything I read from this author. Her books are light and fun and contain Happy Endings! They are the perfect beach read, Sunday afternoon read or just when I need an escape read. This story is a sequel to The Cottage at Hope Cove that I thoroughly enjoyed. The story concentrates on … Continue reading Escape to Oakbrook Farm by Hannah Ellis Being Released TODAY – August 8
This just appeared today on Aaron's Site. It totally cracked me up as I have been living at the edge of the Indie Author world for almost two years now. I could have used this guidance many times! Enjoy! https://www.aaronsgallagher.com/single-post/2018/08/06/The-Care-and-Feeding-of-an-Indie-Author The Care and Feeding of an Indie Author August 6, 2018 Congratulations on your acquisition … Continue reading Reblog from Aaron S Gallagher
Spoiler Alert – I am not an author. But I am a huge fan of their work. I read and review mostly Indie Authors. I work with a few of them here in Austin, Texas and I have found that I enjoy the variety of their stories. I was starting to feel like everything coming … Continue reading Top 5 (ok it’s really 6) Indie Books I have read this year – and 2 others!
This is the 3rd book in this series and I have read them all. I was pulled into the first one by the two main characters Toni & Harry. Each living on the edge of their worlds but finding some peace with each other. In this book, the characters have really come into their own. … Continue reading The Mercer Street Murders: A Bennett & DeMarko Mystery by Aaron S Gallagher
This book brought back all the angst of being a teen or when my children were teens. The frustration of dealing as a “grown” kid but not having reached the maturity to match their adult size was well presented in this book. This is a true to life coming of age story. Mike is the … Continue reading Salvageable by Jean Baxter