“The Plot to Save America” by Avraham Azrieli

“The Plot to Save America,” is a fast-paced cautionary tale, a bit of a satire and a wildly imaginative alternative history. It is springtime, 2024 – the January 6, 2021insurrection succeeded – the rioters broke through, captured and killed Vice President Pence, set the Capitol on fire, where half of congress died, and the other half, (mostly Republican) were put in detention. By using Hollywood effects, and lots of repetitive perjury, the riot was blamed on BLM and Antifa, and martial law has been in place ever since. … More “The Plot to Save America” by Avraham Azrieli

“Half In: A Coming-of-Age Memoir of Forbidden Love” by Felice Cohen

“Half In” introduces readers to another side of author, Felice Cohen. Already known for her book, “What Papa Told Me” about her grandfather surviving the Holocaust, this is a more intimate side of Felice and the story of her romantic life. Many people struggle to figure out who they are and who they want to be with-whether straight, gay, bi, etc. Felice is no different. What makes her different is the internal struggle that she dealt with in who she is and who she wanted to be with. … More “Half In: A Coming-of-Age Memoir of Forbidden Love” by Felice Cohen

“Rue’s Butterfly” by Donna McCartWelser

Are you that person who makes huge promises to yourself to do that thing, whatever it is, before you die and then doesn’t give it a second thought? Or maybe you are so immersed in the everyday grind that having a silly list has never entered your realm of thinking. Donna McCart Welser wants readers to not only think about this list but start actively pursuing it. … More “Rue’s Butterfly” by Donna McCartWelser

“Who Will Accompany You?” by Meg Stafford

“Who Will Accompany You?” by Meg Stafford is a reflective take on the author’s “Mother-Daughter Journeys Far from Home and Close to the Heart.” Broken up into three sections, Meg (the mother), reflects on her journeys to foreign lands with her daughters, Kate and Gale, with the respective sections including the daughter’s point of view as well. … More “Who Will Accompany You?” by Meg Stafford

“When You Leave Me” by Susan Wingate

Susan Wingate is a gifted writer. With her powerful prose and storytelling prowess, “When You Leave Me,” captured my attention as soon as I started reading. I instantly felt a connection to this place and the people. I really enjoyed getting caught up in both the vibrant descriptions of the island and the cast of quirky characters. … More “When You Leave Me” by Susan Wingate