#BookReview: Right Handed Lefty by Ryan Coughlin @RyanWCoughlin #CHBBPublishing

Book cover of Right Handed Lefty

As long as Ellis Sayre could remember, he wanted to know his real parents. He was Native American and had the brown skin to prove it. Which exact tribe was a mystery; he didn’t have the luxury of that information. It was hard for him to gauge why he was the way he was. Awkward. … Continue reading #BookReview: Right Handed Lefty by Ryan Coughlin @RyanWCoughlin #CHBBPublishing

Book review: Full Body Burden by Kristen Iversen (9780307955647) E-book

“Rocky Flats bills itself as one of the safest government facilities in the country…,  but “signs can lie”.   Kristen Iverson grew up in Arvarda, Colorado, near the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant, operated by Dow Chemical, which made plutonium “triggers” for nuclear bombs.  She had grown up hearing about deformed animals and people dying of … Continue reading Book review: Full Body Burden by Kristen Iversen (9780307955647) E-book

Guest Post, Review and Giveaway: Dancing Naked in Dixie by Lauren Clark

Welcome to my a blog!  I'm excited to present Lauren Clark, author of Dancing Naked in Dixie. Biography: Lauren Clark writes contemporary novels set in the Deep South; stories sprinkled with sunshine, suspense, and secrets. A former TV news anchor, Lauren adores flavored coffee, local book stores, and anywhere she can stick her toes in … Continue reading Guest Post, Review and Giveaway: Dancing Naked in Dixie by Lauren Clark

Book review: The True and Outstanding Adventures of the Hunt Sisters by Elisabeth Robinson (0316159360)

This book is an epistolary novel which means it is written in letters.  The interesting part is that the letters are written by one person only.  You would think this would make it difficult to follow how the other characters are feeling, but Ms. Robinson does an excellent job of letting the reader know. The … Continue reading Book review: The True and Outstanding Adventures of the Hunt Sisters by Elisabeth Robinson (0316159360)

Book review: Momentary Mother by Lisa De Niscia (0615510221) Kindle book

This is an emotional story about a daughter that cannot do enough to please her neurotic mother. It's a story about two sisters from two different worlds. It's a story about a dysfunctional family. I have read many stories about dysfunctional families, but I found this one to be lacking character development and a slow … Continue reading Book review: Momentary Mother by Lisa De Niscia (0615510221) Kindle book

Book review: Finding Frances by Janice M. Van Dyck (9780982614006)

Frances Baldwin is resigned to die.  She has been diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and congestive heart failure and her quality of life is diminishing, but convincing her family to let her go is an uphill battle.  Her husband Bill is angry and in denial, her youngest son Randy doesn't want any part … Continue reading Book review: Finding Frances by Janice M. Van Dyck (9780982614006)

Book review: Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakthrough by Ruth Pennebaker (9780425238561)

“Hell was three generations of women living under the same roof.” Joanie “Roxanne” Pilcher is a divorcee who has found out that her ex is going to be a daddy with the young woman he is living with and her new boss, Zoe, thinks she is a charity case.  From Joanie:  “What was worst of … Continue reading Book review: Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakthrough by Ruth Pennebaker (9780425238561)

Book Review: Who Do You Think You Are? by Alyse Myers (9781416543060)

Alyse Myers’s memoir is very personal, brave and honest. This memoir was mainly about Alyse Myers’ rocky relationship with her mother. The eldest of three girls, Alyse adored her father, but hated her mother. Alyse was her father’s favorite, but her mother’s jealousy and anger at the attention he paid to Alyse was something that … Continue reading Book Review: Who Do You Think You Are? by Alyse Myers (9781416543060)