“Discerning Grace” by Emma Lombard

“Discerning Grace,” is the first novel in Emma Lombard’s, “White Sails” series. Young Grace Baxter is the daughter of Lord and Lady Flint. Without Grace’s consent, they have negotiated her engagement to the monstrous Lord Silverton. Grace knows her parents will not protect her against this loathsome and dangerous man, so she must escape. … More “Discerning Grace” by Emma Lombard

An Interview with Y.M. Masson – Author of The Demons of War Trilogy

As a young boy Y. M. Masson (Yves) struggled through four years of hardship under German occupation of Paris until he was liberated by the American Third Army. Twenty years later, after having served in the French army in North Africa during the French-Algerian war, he left France in 1965 for New York City and became a United States citizen in the early seventies. After working as a marketing executive in Corporate America, and then running his own consulting business, Yves turned to the arts. … More An Interview with Y.M. Masson – Author of The Demons of War Trilogy

“Red, White & Blue: Life of a Warrior” by Michael Dean Moomey

When it comes to “Red, White & Blue: Life of a Warrior” by Michael Dean Moomey, however, I not only received a whole lot of action; I was given wit, charm, and heart-wrenching moments all in one package. It basically stands apart because it’s a story that will resonate long after it’s over. … More “Red, White & Blue: Life of a Warrior” by Michael Dean Moomey

“Ghost Dancer” by Alan S. Kessler

There are two very clear and poignant issues this book deals with from the very beginning: racial injustice and bullying. Having to deal with the hatred that runs rampant in our world is difficult enough but doing it while also living a life where people put you down on a daily basis makes the heart break. When it comes to “Ghost Dancer,” however, author Alan S. Kessler not only shows the negative but is kind enough to show the power of inner strength; a way to stand up in a rotten world and find a way to love life. … More “Ghost Dancer” by Alan S. Kessler