The LADY and the MINSTREL by Joyce DiPastena, a medieval romance

A rich story of two star-crossed lovers that immerses the reader in the culture, the politics, and the language of thirteenth century England.

An Editorial Review of “I, James” by Mike Hartner

Hartner takes us on the journey of James and Rosalind who are from these very different walks of life at the time of who rules the sea rules the world. Their lives and stories become entwined as they struggle with pirates, slaves and slavers, cruel masters, and just down-right evil bad guys as they each find their way with the help of compassionate friends, determination, hard work, and quick thinking. It is a book that will transport you back to the time of your childhood daydreams of faraway places and distant times.

An Editorial Review of “Double or Nothing” by Meg Mims

The mystery is set during the rough and tumble California mining days of 1869. Meg Mims vividly brings these times to life with her accurate historical research and her clear and striking imagery of bustling towns, dangerous quicksilver mines, and rugged landscapes. An entertaining Western mystery read with just the right amount of romance.