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I review all genres and I post them in 23 spots. Check out previous posts and I'm sure you'll find several books to catch your interest. I am a published reviewer and an award winning one. I am one of the best reviewers around.

Friday, September 30, 2016

Superhighway (Superhighway #1) by Alex Fayman

     The richest man in the world isn't who you'd expect. He didn't come by his wealth by hard work. Alex was raised in an orphanage.  He is also an extremely intelligent and sweet eighteen year old. His approach to live might be different from yours, but he tries to do the right thing. Now let's see where that takes him.

     Action packed and fast paced, this book will take you on the ride of a lifetime. It's something you've never experience before. Definitely worth the read. Well plotted and characters who touch your heart is what you can expect here. You're gonna love this one. It's so amazing and beyond the norm. You'll want this one in your TBR pile. 

     I did find issues. The last four chapters or so information is crammed into the ending. Some of the information would have been helpful in the earlier chapters. It's definitely easier to spread it out than try to fit it into the end. 

     I gave this book 3 cheers out of 5 for the reasons listed above.

Man Up Stepbrother by Danielle Sibarium

      Jagger is NOT interested in being warm and fuzzy. He's a Marine and a typical bad boy. There's only one woman on his mind and he needs help with her asap.
     Allie can't believe the phone call she just got. How could anyone be so lame? She'd help, but only because she felt sorry for the woman.

     What a clever opening! Love it!  This page-turning story will have you zipping through this read. Well written, well plotted and the characters are superbly defined.  One of the sweetest and most adult books I've read in awhile. Sparks are flying all over the place. It's gritty and real. Intense! This book has some of the best one liners I've ever read. You'll laugh, you'll be on the edge of your seat and you'll smile at the end. Don't the the title dissuade you from purchasing this book. If you do, you're missing some of Danielle Sibarium's best work to date.   GET YOUR COPY!!

      I found no issues. Nothing!

     I gave this book 5 cheers out of 5 because it really is Danielle Sibarium's best work.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Looking for God Within the Kingdom of Religious Confusion by A.W. Schade

     Jacob's nine year old daughter died. Jacob was devastated. Now he has questions about God. Is He real? Why does he allow such horrendous events to happen? Jacob needs answers and he talks with many people. Will he ever find peace?

      Interesting and in depth, this book is worth the purchase. The author approaches the topic head on. We are encouraged to delve deeper into our own religious background. It encompasses questions many have had, have, or will have. As with all things humans can't see, touch, smell or hear, there are doubts. I liked the fact the author talks about other religions. It's not just centered on one religion.  You will have questions long after you finish this book. 

     I didn't find any issues.

     I gave this one 4 cheers out of 5 because it's almost too much information. 

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Kissing Frogs by Rich Amooi

     Sarah Lawson had just moved into her new townhouse. It's summer break and she just wants to get some rest. Strange noises are coming from her neighbors house. How rude could they be? Didn't they know not everyone gets up so early in the day? Sarah is about to meet her new neighbor.

     Fast paced, tight plot and spectacular characters are what you'll find here. I love the banter that takes place throughout the book. It keeps the story light and moving. Mr. Amooi has a great talent as a story teller. I'd love to see this as a television show. I'm sure the ratings would be high.  You need to take this journey with Sarah.

     I didn't find any issues.

     I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it's really a one of a kind book.

5 Layers of Happiness: A System to Conquer Your Life by Paul Johnson

      Have you wondered why some people seem happy with their life and others don't? It falls into five areas. People who put this book to work will achieve happiness. You can share it with others and life will be better for all.

     While the young author expresses his opinion quite well, many more issues go into making you happy. It's not as simple as do it or don't do it. This book is a starting point. You will learn more about yourself as you read through this book. 

     I did find issues. The book is very repetitive. The author points out all the negative but doesn't balance it with positive comments.  I was unimpressed with this book.

     I gave this one 3 cheers out of 5.

How to Make and Publish a Children's Picture Book: How I created and promoted my picture book series by Werner Stejskal

     You have a great idea for a children's book and it's all written out. Now what do you do? 

     This author gives some great tips on how to move from the written story to the published book. It's easy to understand and broken down into sections. I found this book to be a great help to me. Programs I'd never tried and how to navigate the world of Indie publishing. If you are a new writer, this is the perfect book for you. If you an established writer, this book is for you. This book is a wonderful tool to add to your collection. 

     I found no issues.

     I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it's so well written.