Skyler’s Sophomore Soundtrack by Michael C. Barrett

Michael C. Barrett’s “Skyler’s Sophomore Soundtrack” is the second installment in the Little Bram Series. Skyler is facing her sophomore year of high school, but there are still more changes coming her way. Her arch enemy half-sister is now her best friend and confidant. She has entered into and suffered through deciding to end her first romantic relationship. Most importantly, Skyler learns to accept herself, her desires, and her family as the blessings they are and how to not crumble under the forces of peer pressure.

“Collision Course” by Frank Lowe

COLLISION COURSE Frank LoweOutskirts Press (2019)ISBN 9781977204264Reviewed by Carol Hoyer for Reader Views (7/19) “Collision Course” by author Frank Lowe is fast-paced thriller, full of twists and turns. It will keep you guessing until the very end, while also making you curious about secrets we all keep. The story follows Scott Dennis and Bentley Thornton,... Continue Reading →

“Going to Wings” by Sandra Worsham

GOING TO WINGS Sandra Worsham Third Lung Press (2017) ISBN 9781548828103 Reviewed by Kimberly Luyckx for Reader Views (1/18) “Going to Wings” is the story of a young woman who struggles to fit herself into the mold of a wife from the Deep South in the 1970’s. In her memoir, Sandra Worsham is uncomfortable with who she... Continue Reading →

“His Grandfather’s House” by Ron Fritsch

HIS GRANDFATHER'S HOUSE Ron Fritsch Asymmetric Worlds (2017) ISBN 9780997882933 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (01/18) I have been a fan of Ron Fritsch's work for some time now, so I jumped at the opportunity to read his latest novel, “His Grandfather’s House.” The Reinhart family is not too well liked in their little town... Continue Reading →

“Swearing Off Stars” by Danielle M. Wong

SWEARING OFF STARS Danielle M. Wong She Writes Press (2017) ISBN 9781631522840 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (1/18) “Swearing Off Stars” by Danielle M. Wong tells the spellbinding tale of secret love and gender equality. When Lia leaves her strict family home in Brooklyn to be a student at Oxford University, she has no clue... Continue Reading →

“She’s My Dad” by Iolanthe Woulff

SHE’S MY DAD Iolanthe Woulff Outskirts Press (2009) ISBN 9781432743772 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer for Reader Views (10/17) Author Iolanthe Woulff has once again written about issues that impact all of us. She hits every point head on without sugar-coating anything. In this book, “She’s My Dad,” the author addresses hate, specifically blind prejudice and how each... Continue Reading →

“A Passing Phase” by J. Paul Devlin

A PASSING PHASE J. Paul Devlin CreateSpace (2015) ISBN 9781484834343 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer for Reader Views (6/16) In “A Passing Phase” by J. Paul Devlin, protagonist Nate is a high school senior who is trying to come to grips with his sexual orientation. Nate has had several sexual encounters with guys, has tried relationships... Continue Reading →

“Elizabeth Daleiden on Trial” by Ron Fritsch

ELIZABETH DALEIDEN ON TRIAL Ron Fritsch Ron Fritsch (2016) ISBN 9780997882919 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (10/16) The drama of “Elizabeth Daleiden on Trial” by Ron Fritsch takes off with a state attorney dredging up the past by charging Elizabeth Daleiden, a local widowed farmer, with three deaths that occurred over twenty years... Continue Reading →

“Kept” by Jim Arnold

KEPT Jim Arnold Eureka Street Press (2016) ISBN 9780996938006 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (09/16) I love the whole Palm Springs area. An adventurous day for me is having a star sighting or being able to park my RAV4 between a Bentley and a Maserati at Costco. In “Kept” by Jim Arnold, the... Continue Reading →

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