“Perfectly Imperfect” by Darlene P. Winston

Gorgeous is the first word that fills my head when I sit down to write this review. I haven’t been into a book this much since I read “Waiting to Exhale” all the way back in 1992. Not because they share the same plot or storyline. It’s because that, like amazing author Terry McMillan did back then, this writer has created a book that’s fresh, dynamic, and awesome…to say the least. … More “Perfectly Imperfect” by Darlene P. Winston

An Interview with Linda Gould – Author of “Gilded Prisons”

Linda Gould is a career bureaucrat, now retired from the Department of Labor. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Western Maryland College and a masters degree in political science from American University in Washington, DC. Gilded Prisons is Linda’s sixth self-published novel. She previously published Secretarial Wars, The Rock Star’s Homecoming, Let’s Play Ball, Handmaidens of Rock, and Sycophants. … More An Interview with Linda Gould – Author of “Gilded Prisons”

“Nothing Simple or Easy” by Mark T. Sneed

“Nothing Simple or Easy” by Mark T. Sneed is a heartwarming story of how love can be found even in the least expected places and thrive against all odds. Jules Temple was raised by a single mother in the streets of Chicago. He lived in a rough neighborhood where people were killed for even the flimsiest reasons, and shootouts were common. Jules kept well out of crime despite having several friends who were members of gangs. … More “Nothing Simple or Easy” by Mark T. Sneed

“A Piece of the Moon” by Chris Fabry

“A Piece of the Moon” is a wholesome tale of the people and ways of West Virginia. Although the story is set in 1981, there are strong innuendos to life in the Fifties. The people of Emmaus honk the horn when they drive by, and everyone looks out for one another. All the latest news was heard from the local radio station. The town even gathers when a meeting is called. … More “A Piece of the Moon” by Chris Fabry

“Joyous Lies” by Margaret Ann Spence

“Joyous Lies,” by Margaret Ann Spence, is a compelling story of secrets and lies. Main character Maelle Woolley feels more comfortable around plants than she does people. And that’s for a reason that goes back to her childhood, when she learned at an early age the people you care about aren’t always around, and others can’t be trusted. … More “Joyous Lies” by Margaret Ann Spence