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A Sweet Read (Review of The Sweet Spot by Joan Livingston)

Edie Sweet’s disposition is identical to her last name. She is sweet and lovable, the type of woman who never meets a stranger. She’s sweet in spite of losing her husband, Gil, to the Vietnam War. But maybe she’s a … 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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Dark Genesis by AD Koboah (Book Review)

DARK GENESIS is a phenomenal novel! I don’t know if I can properly put into words how greatly I enjoyed it. I stopped mid-read and in-boxed the author, AD Koboah, to tell her how outstanding the story was. How the … Continue reading

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A Grown Folks Novel

  Chance Michaels’ husband leaves her for another woman, in quite an embarrassing fashion. Then Aiden Scott enters the picture and immediately throws his hat in the ring. I do mean immediately. The novel starts out hot and heavy and … Continue reading

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The Kingdom: Eloquently Rediscovered

Enter the Kingdom. Seek first the Kingdom. Several parables about the Kingdom. The Kingdom of God is at hand. All  of these phrases are emphasized in scripture and Myles Monroe’s REDISCOVERING THE KINGDOM is just a reminder of the message … Continue reading

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“Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley (The Real Frankenstein Monster)

Back in the day, on Halloween, kids only had a few masks to choose from to go out into the cold fall night in the hopes of candy and conquest: those were the wolf-man, Dracula, and Frankenstein. Well, we called … Continue reading

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One Day Read

This novel is so fast paced I read it in one day. No dry spots. Lots of relatable issues. Also, I loved the way the characters (or Eric Jerome Dickey) hipped me to new books and authors, like Paulo Coelho’s … Continue reading

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