Category Archive: Fiction

Review: WE ARE UNPREPARED by Meg Little Reilly

In We Are Unprepared by Meg Little Reilly, Ash and Pia, two hipsters from Brooklyn, New York have recently moved to the small town of Isole, Vermont. There they purchased a beautiful farm house and plan to live a more slower paced life. All of those plans are ruined when the government issues a warning …

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Review: LIFE AFTER PERFECT by Nancy Naigle

What a book. I downloaded Life After Perfect by Nancy Naigle back when it came out in May. I started it. Then stopped. I started it again and stopped. Why? Because it has a LOT of emotion in it. Emotion I wasn’t ready for. I typically read books that sweep me up in the romance or the suspense …

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Review: THE PROFESSIONAL FREELANCER by Rory Scherer

What do you do when you are down on your luck and unemployed?  Well, you take the advice of your best buddy and become a “professional freelancer” by doing whatever odd jobs people will hire you for. Unfortunately,  those odd jobs can lead to a lot of trouble if you aren’t careful. When I saw …

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Review: THE MIGHT HAVE BEEN by Joseph M. Schuster

In The Might Have Been by Joseph M. Schuster, Edward Everett Yates is having a horrible year. His wife has left him, he’s still stuck managing a single A ball club in No Where, Iowa, and he’s pretty sure he’s going to be fired at the end of the season. At 60, Edward isn’t sure …

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Review: AN IMAGINARY HOUSE BY THE SEA by Cecily Gates

In An Imaginary House by the Sea by Cecily Gates, Dawn Campbell had it all: the high profile job, the swanky apartment,  and the hot boyfriend.  In a blink of an eye, it’s all gone and Dawn retreats from the city to her parents home to lick her wounds. When she gets back home,  she …

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