Author Ann McElhinney admits on the first page that she did not trust or like pro-life activists. Yet, the following story will chillingly tell how she herself became submerged in a world where the performers of abortion reached such depths, it was impossible to ignore. At least, impossible for her and her husband, Frack Nation’s Phelim McAleer. Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer has already sparked controversy by not reaching the NYT Best Seller list even though it instantly sold out at Amazon and Barnes & Noble, despite very few media giving the book reviews or any kind of press. Think politics isn’t involved? Then read on to see just the first bit of the most shocking reveals in the book. Continue reading “Top 6 Most Shocking Reveals in the Gosnell Book”
With a reading list I’ll never finish because it grows faster than I read, I did not accomplish much this year. Most of my reading time was spent finishing the list in 2015, “educating” myself in the coming election, and I also got Netflix and Hulu on a regular basis. So…. yeah. But that shall not stop me from doing the exact same thing and expecting a different result. So with no further ado and in no particular order, here are my most wanted books I’d like to read in 2017: Continue reading “5 Books I Want to Read in 2017”
Hello all, and welcome to another blog post concerning all things book review. Recently, I’ve posted a review for the excellent “Amy Lynn” by Jack July, which can be found on The Noisy Room. I’ve also written a few guest posts, most recently my 5 Excuses Women Use Not to Write for Women on Writing.
And it all got me thinking, what makes book review good enough to turn me into a school girl? For me, I think it’s a dash of breakdown of what the story is about and intended audience, aka the easy part. However, when coming up with favorable or unfavorable book reviews, the task can get hairy. No matter whether you loved, hated, or found the book to be ho-hum, it can be difficult to relay without seeming to loving or hating. Continue reading “How to Write Book Review Rants & Raves”
Hello all! Time for another entry in our illustrious Book Review entry. Today’s entry is on “My Imaginary Friend Was Too Cool to Hang Out With Me” by Charles Freericks. It is an autobiography/personal memoir tale of his journey from childhood to semi-adult in and around the town of Paramus, New Jersey. Continue reading “Book Review: My Imaginary Friend Was Too Cool to Hang Out With Me”
Recently, I had the pleasure of reading and writing a book review on Marianne Sciucco’s “Blue Hydrangeas.” In short, it is the story of a fictional couple after the wife gets a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, a disease that takes the mind before it takes the life. There are treatments available but no cure. Continue reading “Book Review (Corrected): "Blue Hydrangeas" A Fictional Guide to Alzheimer’s”