The Baker’s Patio written by Ron Kinscherf and illustrated by Holly Brogaard

I am not sure if I have mentioned that I love children’s books and that I taught Preschool for years.  I still buy children’s books that I think are great and love sending them as gifts, so when I come across a children’s author, I think it is important to share!  Kinscherf is a grandfather … Continue reading The Baker’s Patio written by Ron Kinscherf and illustrated by Holly Brogaard

The Hydra Effect: Revelations and Betrayal in Mexico CIty by Ana Manwaring

In the most recent release by Manwaring, we find JadeAnne and Pepper hanging around Mexico, trying to do some processing after the death of her friend Lura.  Feeling compelled to attend the funeral, she runs into Anibal and reluctantly accepts his invitation to stay with him while in Mexico City.  It doesn’t take long for … Continue reading The Hydra Effect: Revelations and Betrayal in Mexico CIty by Ana Manwaring

Killian the Assassin: The Legends of Everclearing Book Oneby Wendy L Anderson

If you have followed my blog for very long you know that I am a huge fan of Wendy Anderson’s books.  The series she wrote on the Kingdom of Jior was my introduction to fantasy novels and I have been hooked ever since.  In her latest novel Killian the Assassin, Anderson continues to provide readers … Continue reading Killian the Assassin: The Legends of Everclearing Book Oneby Wendy L Anderson

Death at Dusbar College: A Story of Antyfas by Laura DiNovis Berry

This is a very fun fantasy chapter book for older elementary/middle school kids.  The story is about 11-year-old Cristiano who has been invited to visit his Aunt at Dusbar College.  Cristiano is so excited about the visit because he has been studying on his own for a long time and is ready to learn everything … Continue reading Death at Dusbar College: A Story of Antyfas by Laura DiNovis Berry

The Muse of Kill Devil Hills: A Historical Fantasy by Mary K Kaiser

What a delightful book!  Kaiser has taken the historical events of Wilbur and Orville Wright and infused them with mythology from Mount Olympus.  Before you stop reading this review, I want to point out that you do not know what or who inspired the Wright Brothers so cast aside your first reaction because this book … Continue reading The Muse of Kill Devil Hills: A Historical Fantasy by Mary K Kaiser

The Bones of Amoret by Arthur Herbert

THE BONES OF AMORET by ARTHUR HERBERT Genre: Mystery /Suspense Publisher: Stitched Smile Publications Date of Publication: April 1, 2022 Number of Pages: 323 pages  Scroll down for Giveaway! In this enigmatic follow up to his critically acclaimed debut novel The Cuts that Cure, Arthur Herbert returns to the Texas-Mexico border with this saga of … Continue reading The Bones of Amoret by Arthur Herbert

Plus Size: A Memoir of Pop Culture, Fatphobia, and Social Change by Mekdela

Memoirs chronicle a person’s truth and never more so than in this detailed book about what it is like to be plus-size in the United States.  Vulnerable, honest, and wholehearted Mekdela has written a very realistic look at the way our society shames the overweight.  Every bit of the book is absolute truth.  I applaud … Continue reading Plus Size: A Memoir of Pop Culture, Fatphobia, and Social Change by Mekdela