Year In Reading (Book Reviews)

Stephen King’s Under the Dome

Chester’s Mill, a small town in Maine, is suddenly cut off from the outside world by an invisible barrier.  It is a barrier that will crash planes, cut a woodchuck in half and explode pacemakers.  To complicate the situation, a murderer is on the loose, and the townsfolk are running scared. Rusty Everette is a… Continue reading Stephen King’s Under the Dome

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Encounter with Hell

...Encounter with Hell is a real life account of Alexis McQuillan’s experiences with a demon on one of her ghost hunting adventures. Just like so many people, Alexis did not believe in demons until one day she came face-to-face with his demonic powers...

The Writer's Life

Frustrations with the Written Word

It is week 15, and I am eight books behind schedule. Lately, I have been stumbling on one bad book after another and frankly, it is getting frustrating...

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Lisey’s Story

Stephen King’s Lisey’s Story is about a widow whose celebratory husband passed away; leaving behind a studio full of papers, unpublished manuscripts, and clues leading her to his past. As Lisey Landon struggles to remember Scott’s troubling childhood, she is left to deal with the remnants of his psycho fans...

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Rabbit Heart

I like the occasional sultry romance, and Rabbit Heart, I thought, would be one of the many that I have enjoyed in the past. After all, an English love affair among London’s high society between the 1400’s to late 1800’s has been my targeted read for years, now...

Year In Reading (Book Reviews)

The Things We Do For Love

I think I found my new favorite author. Kristin Hannah made me laugh, and cry, and laugh some more. Amidst grief and suffering, her words connected fluidly allowing the reader to dive deep into the characters souls...

Year In Reading (Book Reviews)

The Weird Sisters

This book is a story about three sisters seeking redemption, responsibility, and love. Using their mother’s illness as the excuse they were looking for to return home, they find themselves in a small college town where they discover comfort in each other amidst their animosity toward the other