‘The Ada Decades’ by Paula Martinac

The Ada Decades is a skillfully written story, a tale to which the phrase “less is more” aptly applies. It reads like a combination of literary novel and memoir with precise writing, endearing characters, and an unforgettable journey through riveting times in history…. read more

‘The Winder Path’ by Lyn Dowland

Taking The Winder Path is an encouraging and restorative journey. Written with a definite British flavor and an aura of mystery, Lyn Dowland delivers a transporting story…. read more

'New Life' by Jan Gayle

New Life begs the question: what is the definition of family and motherhood? Will the disruption of two lives with a third mean survival of the relationship or its demise. New Life is a thought-provoking story with charming main characters who seem more real because of their struggles…. read more

‘Blind Side of the Moon’ by Blayne Cooper

Dreams haunt Samantha Blackwell. At seventeen, she carries a heavy emotional load. She has a deadbeat father who only shows up when he wants something and no memory of the mother who died when Samantha was a toddler. At least she’s had her loving grandparents, Leola and Thomas Christos, to care for her, but their… read more

‘Walk-in’ by T.L. Hart

If you like your mysteries filled with red herrings, twists, and turns, you’ll be thoroughly entertained by this book… read more