“Comfort Zone” by Kimberly Fish

“Comfort Zone” by the award-winning author Kimberly Fish, is a highly entertaining and absorbing novel about Anna and Jack, who’s “running” eventually leads them smack into a brick wall that they, themselves, have built. But by letting a friendship grow, and working together with common interests, they find satisfaction in one another. … More “Comfort Zone” by Kimberly Fish

“The Sound of Wings” by Suzanne Simonetti

The amount of emotion this debut has is enthralling. Honestly, there are not many firsts that can deliver so much love, secrets, friendship, risks, pain, betrayals… and the list goes on, that hold your attention from beginning to end. The author wrote a tale that literally allowed me to move through time. She allowed me to cry, laugh, and feel the goosebumps grow as I read and waited for the next thing to be unveiled. … More “The Sound of Wings” by Suzanne Simonetti

“Beyond the Song” by Carol Selick

In Ms. Selick’s autobiographical novel, “Beyond the Song,” readers are introduced to the author’s alter ego as she carves her niche into the music industry during the sixties and seventies. We meet people she casually encounters and people that are truly her friends—all helping her try to carry out her dream of becoming a successful singer-songwriter. … More “Beyond the Song” by Carol Selick

“Where Are We Tomorrow?” by Tavi Taylor Black

Show Biz is a rough life to lead, and yet I cannot think of a better author to bring this industry to the page than Tavi Taylor Black. Black brings fourteen years of experience touring with rock bands to the pages of this book, lending an accuracy unique to her writing, and yet detailed enough to set the scene for even the most amateur concert goer. More powerful though is her feminine take on a stereotypically male industry. Bringing a woman’s most gutting and emotional experience, a miscarriage, to a chauvinistically masculine industry and weaving it into a story of loss, love, and finding one’s way. … More “Where Are We Tomorrow?” by Tavi Taylor Black