The Angry Woman Suite by Lee Fullbright

I don't believe my intent is ever to falsify memories, but somehow family and friends remind me, not so kindly at times, that I have "remembered" incorrectly. They, of course, remember the truth, as seen through their eyes. Perhaps the only memories I can really trust are the ones buried deepest, memories that aren't so … Continue reading The Angry Woman Suite by Lee Fullbright

Road to Tomorrow by Mary Metcalfe

“She already knew what she’d find. She walked into the still-steamy room, and there, in the bathtub, were all her best clothes – stewing in a pool of water the color of an angry bruise. Her cotton shirts, wool sweaters and pants, and silk blouses were ruined, their colors bleeding as the bleach-laden water sucked … Continue reading Road to Tomorrow by Mary Metcalfe

My summer of Zombies

Summer just seems like the best time to read for fun.Whether laying in the sun poolside, beach side or even on your back patio, with a tall cool drink in your hand, my summer reading list grows by the hour with all of the great recommendations. Ironically, two of the books I want to read … Continue reading My summer of Zombies

Guest Post by Brian Holers, author of Doxology

Currently I am reading a book by Brian Holers called, Doxology. His writing style is conversational, drawing you in immediately. The characters have depth, emotion and are easy to relate to. (Plus the author is easy on the eyes.) I do plan on reviewing it next week, but in the mean time, I am very … Continue reading Guest Post by Brian Holers, author of Doxology

Guest Post from Author Lauren Clark

Hopefully yesterday's excerpt from Lauren Clark's book Stay Tuned peaked your interest. I'm delighted to feature a guest post from the author and I encourage you to participate in today's blog tour event: Friday, special contest on the author’s site! Are you ready for some more fun? Take a picture of yourself with your copy … Continue reading Guest Post from Author Lauren Clark