By:: Shewanda Pugh
Publisher:: Razors Edge
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By:: Judy Serrano
Publisher:: CreateSpace Independent Publishing
About the Book::
Moving to Sedona was the only way Ivy could think of to start over. She would meet her high school sweetheart and work on making things right between them. Her psychic abilities were gradually becoming a curse and she needed a new start. Little does she know that when she applies for a waitressing job at a local, upscale French bistro, she will come in contact with the dark and mysterious Eli Dubois. What she doesn’t realize is she has just walked into the middle of the Vortex Murders, which involve a great deal of paranormal activity. Elijah’s army of seers are being murdered, one by one, which seems to be magnifying Ivy’s special abilities.
When Ivy moves to Sedona, Ivy Reconnects with her old high school sweetheart. Ivy decides that it would be good to mend their old relationship. Ivy moved to Sedona to start over her life. As she is starting over in Sedona, She finds a job at a French Bistro and meets a mysterious man name Eli Dubois. Judy is a book full of mysterious adventure and with Ivys abilities growing will they grow to a dangers strength. How will Ivy be able to work everything work out? What mystery's does Eli hold that he wants to keep?
You will be able to read this book in a few hours and it is a joy to read.
FTC:: This post was written for CMBook Tours, who provided the complimentary product in exchange for my honest review.
Monday, February 17, 2014
Thursday, February 6, 2014
The Weight of a Feather
By:: Judy Croome
Type:: Short Story Anthology
About the Book::
“The promise implicit in an anthology is that it aspires to present something different, unexpected” Joyce Carol Oates (Introduction to The Oxford Book of American Short Stories)
From the classical form of ‘The Weight of a Feather’, first published by The Huffington Post (2013), to the suggestive allegory of ‘The Leopard and The Lizard’, this collection of short stories by South African author Judy Croome is an ideal mix of the familiar and the startling.
These vibrant slices of life testify to the mysterious and luminous resources of the human spirit. Whether feeling the harrowing emotion in ‘The Last Sacrifice’ or the jauntiness of ‘Jannie Vermaak’s New Bicycle’, the reader will delight in a plethora of stories that cross boundaries to both challenge and entertain with their variety.My Thoughts::
If you have ever read a short stories book, you will know that it is a collection of short stories that are normally a really quick read. In the Weight of a Feather and other Stories, it is a quick story book that has forty-five different collective stories that are a very fast read. With the stories being an average of five pages each it is easy to get done reading a few stories, waiting in a doctors office. I normally do not read short stories, since I do like reading novels and seeing the character develop.
Judy has created wonderful stories and I enjoyed all the stories that she has create. The character are developed well and are the stories are easy to read. I hope that her other books are this enjoyable.
FTC:: This post was written for CMBook Tour, who provided the complimentary product in exchange for my honest review.