Swept into the Darkness by Lataeya Lane Sydney London is no ordinary twenty-four year old. Ever since she was a child she has had unique out of this world abilities. Suffering from a near death experience and surviving a deadly car crash Sydney is no stranger to death and loss. Cut off from the world around her she encounters an Angel and eventually falls for him inspired by deceitful magic. Her one true love awaits in the shadows attempting to guard and protect her by risking his immortality. Read more [...]
The Execution is a love story–a gripping thriller, soft history set in the fourteenth century. It has strong elements of romance, and intrigue. This book will propel you along in ways you’ve never experienced as you follow two parallel stories that come crashing together in a stunning finale. Award winning author, Sharon Cramer, will break your heart beautifully as she compels you to recall what true hate and perfect love truly feel like. When the young priest, D’ata, faces the killer to be Read more [...]
Recently we took a day trip to the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh. I had an interview set up for another post idea and thought why not make a day of it in Raleigh by going to the Museum of Art. We arrived at the museum a little after 12 and greeted by wonderful volunteers who staff the information desk. We have gone to the museum before and I was little upset that my favorite piece of art work the Mona Lisa made out of spools was no longer on display. I will have to say that this museum Read more [...]
This is so true. Have you ever noticed at funerals people never seem to say anything bad about a person but in when they were alive all they wanted to do is tear somebody down.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy for the sole purpose of this review. No other compensation was provided. All opinions expressed are 100% mine. You know there are some books that as you reading you become immersed in the story that you feel like you are one of the characters. That is how I felt when I was reading Adela Arthur and The Creator's Clock. Here is a brief letter written by Adela to future readers of her story. To Who Ever This May Concern; I wish I could tell Read more [...]