Review – If Only There Was Music … – Nonnie Jules and Giani Jordan

I downloaded this beautiful collection of love poems a while ago and have been reading and re-reading many of them. I love Nonnie Jules rhythmic and often rhyming style of putting thoughts together in a most satisfying way. I was also happy to read some of Gianni Jordan's work. Book Description This is a book … Continue reading Review – If Only There Was Music … – Nonnie Jules and Giani Jordan

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Review – With Angel’s Wings – Stephanie Collins

https://read.amazon.co.uk/kp/embed?asin=B01DL9AXAI&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_QKcgzb0AJC7WF   I have nothing more to add to my review, which follows here.  I enjoyed the memoir. What more can I say? True Love Endures All Life's Adversities ByMarethMBothaon May 14, 2017 Format: Paperback "This was by no means an easy read and I had a hard time coming to grips with the initial … Continue reading Review – With Angel’s Wings – Stephanie Collins

Review – She Dies at the End – by A.M. Manay

I got to know author, A.M.Manay a bit better a while ago when she was a guest ON WHOSE ON THE SHELF with Nonnie Jules. https://ravereviewsbynonniejules.wordpress.com/2016/10/13/a-m-manay-in-whos-on-the-shelf-with-nonnie-jules/ I liked her interview so much and reblogged it at: https://marethmbotha.wordpress.com/category/a-m-manay/  Reading author interviews as well as their blog posts certainly brings a reader closer to the voice in the … Continue reading Review – She Dies at the End – by A.M. Manay

Review – SOULS – by J.A. Hinsman

There are so many interesting, wonderful authors whose books I would like to read and in the process, get to know the authors themselves as well, but in my efforts to do so, I seem to gravitate towards those who have a special affinity for animals.  Jennifer Hinsman is such a person.  I loved reading … Continue reading Review – SOULS – by J.A. Hinsman

Review – A Personal Journey to the Heart of Teaching – John Fioravanti

"A Personal Journey to the Heart of Teaching" is the first book that I've read by author, John Fioravanti.  I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know the man be behind the story and I'm sure you'll agree when you read more about him.   https://www.amazon.co.uk/Personal-Journey-Heart-Teaching-ebook/dp/B00K9UXW2E/ Book Description This is a story about decency, family politics, family, … Continue reading Review – A Personal Journey to the Heart of Teaching – John Fioravanti

Review – The Valkyrie Series: The First Fleet – Books 1-3 by Karen Perkins

I have read a few books by Karen Perkins and The Valkyrie Series:  The First  Fleet did not disappoint.   Here follows my review. Of Swashbucklers, Slaves and Others I received The Valkyrie:  First Fleet Box Set containing “Look Sharpe!”, “Ill Wind” and “Dead Reckoning” as a gift in exchange for an honest review, after … Continue reading Review – The Valkyrie Series: The First Fleet – Books 1-3 by Karen Perkins

Review – DAVIDA … by Karen Ingalls

This book, researched and told by Karen Ingalls describes the poignant love story between Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907), an American sculptor of the Beaux-Arts generation who most embodied the ideals of the "American Renaissance", and Davida Clark Johnson, a young Swedish immigrant. Book Description Augustus Saint-Gaudens was the premier American sculptor from 1880-1920. Though married he fell in … Continue reading Review – DAVIDA … by Karen Ingalls

Review – The Elixir by Lori Soard

I'm  pleased to introduce The Elixir by Lori Soard on my blog, today.  She categorised it as Mystery>Thriller>Suspense>Medical.  So if you like this genre, I'm sure you'll enjoy reading this fast-paced thriller with a touch of romance! Book Description The dark parking garage with the dead body of his friend and mentor only begins Jake Walker’s … Continue reading Review – The Elixir by Lori Soard

Review – The Wedding Crasher by Kim Cox

I was so excited to receive The Wedding Crasher, book three of the Lana Malloy Paranormal Mystery Series written by Kim Cox, as a prize during the Rave Reviews Book Club's Virtual Conference earlier in December. So despite all the December activity I was glad to put my feet up and read something cosy and … Continue reading Review – The Wedding Crasher by Kim Cox

Review – AND THE WHIPPOORWILL SANG by Micki Peluso

December was a busy month for many of us.  It started with our Rave Reviews Book Club's first Virtual Book Conference, which gave me a wonderful opportunity to get to know many of the RRBC authors and their work better.  Had it not been for the extension which our President, Nonnie Jules and her team … Continue reading Review – AND THE WHIPPOORWILL SANG by Micki Peluso