“My Generation: A Memoir of the Baby Boom” by Nowick Gray

Nowick Gray has written a memoir that only a special generation can appreciate. He has entitled the book “My Generation,” which is fitting. He was born into what today we call the baby boom. This was the time after WWII when all the men came home, and a population increase was underway. The world had changed, and the baby boomers became a generation that embraced a life starkly different than what their parents had imagined.  … More “My Generation: A Memoir of the Baby Boom” by Nowick Gray

“Somebody’s Watching You” by Robin D’Amato

“Somebody’s Watching You” is a highly engaging, gripping fictional thriller that follows the lives of Melody, a married woman who works as a designer, and her husband Jeff. Jeff falls into depression, something that is difficult for Melody to deal with. She engages a therapist to help her navigate through her new life of living with Jeff. Soon after, Jeff joins a cult-like church that begins indoctrinating him. … More “Somebody’s Watching You” by Robin D’Amato

“Spooky Action at a Distance” by Felicia Watson

I liked the story because this one occurred mostly in space and revolved around space travel and issues relating to space travel. The science is light, but that is acceptable. The hardest part of “Spooky Action at a Distance” is the concept of space travel and wrapping my head around what space travel will look like in the future. … More “Spooky Action at a Distance” by Felicia Watson

“The Conscious Marketer” by Jim Joseph

onscious Marketer” by Jim Joseph is every business person’s guide to enhancing their advertising practices in today’s world. Mr. Joseph leverages his expert knowledge and experience to teach you the tips and tricks most successful marketing companies are using today to help you decide whether or not these techniques are something you should start implementing in your business. … More “The Conscious Marketer” by Jim Joseph

“Requiem for Geraldine Gerbil” by J. Stewart Willis

“Requiem for Geraldine Gerbil” by J. Stewart Willis is a mystery and crime novel with plenty of suspects, questions, and intrigue. Daphne O’Hanlon is a successful children’s book author of the Geraldine Gerbil series. When she is discovered murdered just inside her front door, detectives Metzinger and Givens have to narrow down a long list of suspects. Daphne wasn’t really liked by anyone, making the detectives’ jobs that much more difficult. Can these hardworking law officers balance their chaotic home lives while solving a seemingly unsolvable murder? … More “Requiem for Geraldine Gerbil” by J. Stewart Willis