Rich in historical detail and fantastical landscapes, "Daughter of Destiny" takes a brilliant twist on the historical perception of Queen Guinevere: she has magical powers. Will her gift be enough to save her people?
By Leona Rinaldi|2016-05-21T18:41:49+00:00May 21st, 2016|
Make no mistake this is not a children's tale, but a gritty and riveting story of strong female warriors who are fighting for survival of their people.
By P. Socks|2016-05-26T15:24:40+00:00May 21st, 2016|
Filled with twists and turns that grab readers and hold them, this is a riveting take on the zombie apocalypse genre. An engaging and action-packed novel told in the first person with complex characters who are determined to survive in a dystopian world.
By M. McWithey|2016-05-20T16:58:04+00:00May 20th, 2016|
An inspiring read that pulls at your heartstrings that sets the dreams of a young girl to the time of the English Civil War. If your middle grade reader loves "The Little House on the Prairie" series by Laura Ingalls Wilder, then she will love reading "I, Mary."
By J O'Reilly|2016-05-18T18:51:24+00:00May 18th, 2016|
A practical guide to help us discover our passions and develop a personal plan to help those less fortunate and help breathe hope into the global family.
By J O'Reilly|2016-05-18T17:18:40+00:00May 18th, 2016|
By weaving humorous metaphors, Dr. Malhotra, psychiatrist, blesses us with ways to confront fear, worry, addiction, lack of self-worth, sleeplessness, and unhealthy eating.
By Angie Mangino|2016-05-16T16:36:49+00:00May 12th, 2016|
If you enjoyed reading "The Divine Secrets of the YaYa Sisterhood" by Rebecca Wells, you will enjoy reading "The Oys & Joys," a heartwarming tale of four women of a "certain age."
By Leona Rinaldi|2016-05-12T09:54:06+00:00May 12th, 2016|
With a fast-paced story line and a rich cast of characters, this award-winning winning novel offers a uniquely hilarious, but scary, perspective on the how the businesses of public relations and marketing can take technology to its precipice to take advantage of a media addicted public.
By P. Socks|2016-05-12T09:34:39+00:00May 12th, 2016|
A gripping tome of historical fiction that follows two Irish families who immigrated to the U.S. after Ireland's Great Famine. Well-researched and well-told story of the social, economic, and political currents of the late 1800s.
By Lacey M|2016-05-12T09:20:11+00:00May 12th, 2016|
Filled with warm, sweet characters and an optimistic outlook, Sheryl Hershey’s children’s book Lila and the Dandelion helps children explore the important message of self-acceptance along with acceptance of others--even if they are different.