Monthly Archives: March 2017

Excerpt from Heart of Stone (The Stephen Stone Trilogy, Book One)

Winter attacked Shalom, South Carolina with several inches of snow. In a city that boasted of pale beaches usually beaten with sweltering heat year round, temperatures now dipped to record lows. Patches of ice found solace on dark waters of … Continue reading

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Reflections on Friendship – Review of LeTara Moore’s Reflections in the Music

I enjoy reading stories about friendship as a friend is truly a precious commodity. The group Whodini recorded a song called Friends and the chorus sings, “How many of us have them?” If you are blessed to have a friend, … Continue reading

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Coming of Age – but Gracefully (Book Review of “Not Without Laughter” by Langston Hughes

This is the first Langston Hughes novel I’ve read and for a hero of mine, poetically, he didn’t disappoint with prose. NOT WITHOUT LAUGHTER is a coming of age novel about a boy named Sandy and the colorful cast of … Continue reading

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