Dark Eyes, by Nina Romano – A Review!

Dark Eyes, by Nina Romano – A Review!

Nina Romano has written a historical thriller full of sensuous detail. Love, danger, and mystery follow Anya, a former ballerina, through 1950’s Russia, during the constraints and brutalities of the Soviet regime. Anya is a jobless, single mother of a child with...
That Pinson Girl by Gerry Wilson- A Review!

That Pinson Girl by Gerry Wilson- A Review!

This is a beautiful, intriguing, and heartbreaking novel. I would give it ten stars and more if it was possible. I found myself glued to the pages of this tragic and stunning story. In the harrowing moments of childbirth, Leona Pinson prays that Luther Biggs, a former...
A Dog Made Me Cry

A Dog Made Me Cry

A sweet message came through the veil, across the ethers to me. Sammy, my husky, passed away two years ago. Before she died, she spent fifteen years wandering Montana trails and climbing mountains with me. We had a good adventurous life together, and I am grateful for...
The Myth of Unworthiness

The Myth of Unworthiness

A Feeling of Being Deeply Flawed: I’m not worthy vs I’m not ready Recently a client told me that she was unworthy. It wasn’t specific to any event, desire, or dream. It was just a general feeling, like a blanket thrown over her, that something was wrong with her. She...
New Release! Shed Girl: A Juliet French Mystery

New Release! Shed Girl: A Juliet French Mystery

Annie’s court has a runaway problem. Runaways arrive and then they disappear. I am very excited to announce that Shed Girl: A Juliet French Mystery has been released into the wild! It is the first book in a series of mysteries where Juliet French encounters crime and...

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