BLOG TOUR – Benevolent by Erin A. Jensen

I've never watched the TV series Supernatural, from which this book draws strong foundations. However, I've always liked the idea that we're all guided and protected by guardian angels of some sort, which is what attracted me to this book. Abigail is one of those teenagers who just doesn't fit in. She's an easy target... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – Escaping the Whale by Ruth Rotkowitz

For those who grew up with parents and/or other family members who were Holocaust survivors, they have lived their entire lives accompanied by the Holocaust as if it were an additional living, breathing family member; a shadow cousin perhaps, always lurking in the background, ready to pounce at any given moment. Ask me, I know... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – The Borrowed Boy by Deborah Klée

I found this book heartbreaking, and at times had to put it aside and find some light relief (thank you YouTube, and the ridiculous mind-numbing uploads that my children find to watch ... people cutting the grass; people using typewriters ... I ask you!!??). Angie Winkle receives devastating news that moves her to create her... Continue Reading →

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