Audrey J. Cole is a registered nurse and a writer of thrillers set in Seattle. After living in Australia for the last five years, Audrey now resides in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two children.
My Bookclub’s Review – The Rooster Bar – by John Grisham
The book club I belong to at our local branch library has just finished reading The Rooster Bar by John Grisham. We discussed everything from the cover, the plot, characters and also compared it to his other books. I’ve posted our review along with questions you may want to ask at your own book club.
Interview and Book Review With Author Debralynn Fein – Author of Aaron and Me, Works in Progress
I had the pleasure of reading Fein’s latest novel. Below you will find my honest review and an interview with the author. The interview is entirely in the author’s own words.
About the Author
(Copied from the author’s page.) I’ve been writing professionally since 2002. My articles and stories have appeared in The Wee Ones Magazine, and Hackwriters.Com, run from Falmouth College of Arts. I also published a short story in the Greenwich Village Literary Review, entitled Family Pictures and articles in Early Childhood Examiner. I attended Stony Brook University in 1978 and 1979 with a major in English Literature, and, also earned a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from Queens College, City University of New York, in 1987. I have a fresh voice, readers will enjoy. Continue reading “Interview and Book Review With Author Debralynn Fein”→
Author’s Corner – Interview & Book Review with Author Debbie A. McClure
It was an absolute pleasure to read Debbie A. McClure’s book The King’s Consort – The Louise Rasmussen Story. Below you will find my honest review and the interview with Debbie which is entirely in her own words.
About the Author
Copied from Author’s page – Debbie McClure Lives in London. Ontario, Canada with her husband and is the author of paranormal romance and historical fiction novels. a contributor to several international non-fiction anthologies, a motivational speaker and writing workshop host/facilitator. In addition, she frequently interviews other writers from around the globe for a popular third-party blog. Continue reading “Interview & Book Review with Author Debbie A. McClure”→
Mabby the Squirrel’s Guide to Flying by Matthew Claybrook
Up for review, this week is Mabby the Squirrel’s Guide to Flying by Matthew Claybrook. After reading the book I had the pleasure of interviewing Matthew and writing an honest review. The entirety of the interview is in Matthew’s own words.
About the Author
(Copied from author’s page) Matthew Claybrook is proudly married way over his head. Matthew was a dedicated underachiever in school. After that, he joined the U.S Navy, traveled the world a little bit and worked as a volunteer minister. After the services, he worked briefly as a guitar maker and soon entered college to study theology. Then while in college and at the behest of his gorgeous girlfriend ( now wife), he finally turned to his childhood passion; writing. He self-published his first threat to the public, The Palmyra Chronicles in 2013. Now he maintains his blog matthewclaybrook.com
Matthew is working on several new projects to include, “The Voyage of Gethsarade” a prequel to Mabby. Currently, Matthew is undertaking his Master of Divinity at Oklahoma Graduate School of Theology. He can be found at facebook.com/mgclaybrooktwitter.com@mgclaybrook.
The Synopsis of Mabby the Squirrel’s Handbook to Flying
There are only a few books representing Aspergers and learning disabilities in young people, especially stories that illustrate Asperger’s symptoms. Mabby The Squirrel’s Guide to Flying is an inspiring and encouraging story about high functioning autism in the metaphor of a city of flying squirrels, for the high functioning autistic child and parent, by an Aspie who found a way. Because it’s about time.
Reality Wedding is the third book in a reality series by Laura Heffernan. I have not read book one – America’s Next Reality Star or book two Sweet Reality. However, after reading the last book in the series I plan on reading the others so I have a full scope of the story.
After reading the novel I had the pleasure of interviewing Laura Heffernan and write an honest review of her book. All her answers are in her own words.
About the Author
(Copied from author’s page) Laura Heffernan is living proof that watching too much TV can pay off. When not watching total strangers get married, drag racing queens, or cooking competitions, Laura enjoys board games, travel, board games, baking, and board games. She lives in the Northeast with her husband and two furry beasts.
Come Back is the debut novel of Sally Crosiar which I’ve had the pleasure of reading over the last couple of weeks and what a joy it has been. After reading the book I was able to interview Sally and write an honest review of her book which you will find at the end of this post. All answers are in her own words.
About the Author
( Copied from About Author page) Sally Crosiar lives in the Finger Lakes of New York State where she reads incessantly, enjoys time in and on the water, savors dark chocolate with red wine at every opportunity, and teaches about health and play for Empire State College. She is the author of Find the Love of Your Life, based on her own true story, My Uncle Dave, a children’s book with an adult message, and co-author with Dr. Sidney B. Simon of Love Builders Tools to Build Every Relationship. Come Back is her debut novel. Continue reading “Book Review and Interview with Sally Crosiar – Author of Come Back”→
I just finished reading the novel The Mystery of the Weeping Friar, written by DJ Parks-a husband and wife team also know as Doug Parker and Jan Parker. I had the pleasure of interviewing the pleasant couple and write an honest review. All answers are in their own words.
About the Authors
Copied from the back of the book – Doug and Jan Parker (Writing under the pen name DJ Park) enjoy outdoor activities, cooking, and music. They live in southwest Colorado.
The Synopsis of The Mystery of the Weeping Friar
All is not as it appears in the art world of New Mexico – mystery surrounds the art dealers, the buyers and even the pieces of art themselves, especially the legendary religious figurine known as the Weeping Friar. In this sequel to GoneAwary Colorado Bureau of Investigation agent David Harroswen and his wife Althia “Tee” get swept up in the mysteries while visiting Tee’s sister. As more and more deadly chaos erupts Continue reading “Interview and Review DJ Park Author – The Mystery of the Weeping Friar”→
For the past few weeks, I’ve enjoyed reading Hug Everyone You Know by Antoinette Truglio Martin and write an honest review. I also had the pleasure of interviewing Martin and talk about her works. Nothing has been altered in her answers, everything is in her own words.
About the Author
(Copied from Martin’s author’s page) Antoinette Truglio Martin is a speech therapist and special education teacher by training but really wants to be a writer when she grows up. She has been collecting writing and fashioning stories forever. Over the years, Antoinette had been a regular columnist in local periodicals and had several essays featured in newsletters and literary reviews. Her children’s picture book, Famous Seaweed Soup was published in 1993 (Albert Whitman Co.) She proudly holds an MFA in Creative Writing and Literature from Stony Brook/Southampton University (2016) Continue reading “Interview – Antoinette Truglio Martin – Author of Hug Everyone You Know”→
This week I had the pleasure of interviewing Michele I. Khoury – author of “Busted” and write my own personal review of the book.
I must state that I have been communicating with Michele for the past few months, sharing author to author tips and experiences. I consider her more than an acquaintance, to me she is a friend. I did not let our friendship reflect my honest reviews of her book. I remained transparent and taking into consideration, only the book. Continue reading “Interview With Michele I. Khoury – Author of “Busted””→