New sci-fi thriller Return of the Fathers

New Sci-Fi Thriller: Return of the Fathers Ghana, Africa- Author Trevor Watson releases his new sci-fi novel after ten years in development, Return of the Fathers Dandalus is the saviour of earth 57 and the most famous man on the planet. However, when he is abducted aboard a spacecraft he finds that not everyone is […]

Book Review Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas by Natasha Yim

“Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas” written by Natasha Yim and illustrated by Grace Zong I love this picture book! Natasha Yim introduces the Chinese New Year to young readers by retelling a classic for children “Goldilocks and the Three Bears”. This is a MUST HAVE for teachers,  teaching readers about Chinese New Year, and […]

Book Review Just As Special by 3Evoke

Powerful Message, Great Book that give good life lessons and can even make you realize that your Just As Special. Boy is sad because his dad is not around, asking his mom “Why don’t I have a dad to play with like Nathaniel does?”  His mom helps him understand that he has great people watch […]

The Legend of Bob Wire by Sam Skinner – Book Review

Texas history, Oil Field Hijinks, Mystery and Hearsay… This is such a fun picture book, it’s a must have for every Texas home, and every oil field / oil rig roughnecks.  Your kids will love the story and the illustrations, they will go on an adventure taming the oil field, solving problems by riding a […]

Starring Shapes! by Tania Howells Book Review

This is a must have educational book for kids on shapes. A few things that I loved about this book was the name of the Elementary School and the name of the play Hansel and Gretel. From a teaching stand point I LOVED how the author showed the shape and then showed the shape in […]

Worms by Bernard Friot

This is a quick and funny story about a little boy up to no good. This mischievous boy decided to mix thing up and add some flavor to his father’s fancy dinner party. This book will be one to easily entertain children, it will become a repeat read and you just might want to check […]

Bug in a Vacuum by Melanie Watt

Bug in a Vacuum by Melanie Watt I loved this story, what a great way to explain grief to a child.  Using the perspective of a fly (bug) and a dog, each dealing with process of grieving with the five stages of grief (the Kübler-Ross model) The illustrations were amazing such and attention to detail, […]

Book Review Visions in Death by JD Robb

First let me say I love JD Robb she is an AMAZING author! Visions In Death: 19 might be my favorite so far. I hit every emotion, granted I stayed up all night to listen to the book but when (Spoiler Alert) Peabody went down the water works turned on. Book Review Visions in Death […]

Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers

Book Review for Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers Strange how some books just pop out at you, STIFF jumped out to me as if it had come alive. I normally do not enjoy reading about the dead and death, I’m more of a murder and find the criminal type reader. However the cover […]

New Author Interviews – We have interviews from Jane Bernard, Wendy Slater and Rose Mula

Author Interviews & Biographies A collection of interviews with debut and established authors and writers. These authors discuss finding their literary agents and getting debuts published. Biographies and interviews for authors and illustrators. Interview with Jane Bernard author of Am I Really Hungry?, Knock Your Block Off!, Fine Tuning: Connecting with Your Inner Power and […]

The Last Long Night by Ginny Dye – Book Review

The Last Long Night Author – Ginny Dye Publisher – A Voice In The World Publishing Copyright – 2013 ISBN – 1507886225 Paperback – 532 Pages Genre – Historical Novel Ginny Dye, author of The Last Long Night, is the developer and builder of A Voice In The World Organization. The organization was founded in […]

Golden Choices by Dionne Bell – Book Review

Golden Choices by Dionne Bell – Book Review Book Review Coming soon… Regina had spent much of her life searching for love and acceptance. Her search ended when she met and married Kevin Golden. Kevin’s passion for his work at the Golden Choices center for troubled youth was initially admired by Regina, but that admiration […]

Confessions of a Domestically-Challenged Homemaker & Other Tall Tales Book Review

Since reluctantly accepting the fact that she’s not getting any younger, Rose Mula has been trying to put a positive spin on aging. When a radio interviewer diplomatically described her as “seasoned” instead of old, she retorted, “You mean hot and spicy, right?” Her eclectic career included stints as an executive assistant to the president […]

Personal Management with Purpose & Wisdom – Book Review

Personal Management with Purpose & Wisdom is a way of thinking for self-management and personal fulfillment. It explores basic and intuitive concepts which can be applied to all aspects of a person’s life. Through the study and application of the book’s “core concepts”, you can become able to address the barriers that block you from […]

Book Review The Legend of Bob Wire

The Legend of Bob Wire The beginning…who is this guy? What makes him a legend? What’s the deal with the thunderbolt? What’s with the hands? I don’t get it!! Review coming soon   Read Sam Skinners Author Interview

A Winter Wonderland – Book Review

A Winter Wonderland Authors – Fern Michaels, Holly Chamberlin, Leslie Meier, and Kristina McMorris Publisher – Kensington Publishing Corp. Copyright – 2012 ISBN – 978-1-62090-510-4 Hardback – 471 Pages Fern Michaels is a US today and New York Times bestselling author. Holly Chamberlin is also the author of Living Single and Last Summer. Leslie Meier […]

Ireland -By Frank Delaney Book Review

Ireland Author – Frank Delaney Publisher – Harper Copyright – 2005 ISBN – 0-06-056348-6  Paperback – 559 Pages Frank Delaney, author of Ireland, had a long career at BBC Broadcasting. He currently is a full time writer. Some of the other novels Delaney has written are James Joyce’s Odyssey, A Walk […]