Month: June 2018


Character Interview with Luke from Destitutio Quod Remissio

Character Interview with Luke from Destitutio Quod Remissio

I’m delighted to have Luke with me today. He is one of the characters from Brett Armstrong’s Destitutio Quod Remissio and might just be my favorite. The illustrations here were drawn by Brett.  Aren’t they great? atr: How old are you? Luke: I’m twelve years old, soon I’ll be thirteen. Though my […]


Falling for the Cowgirl by Tina Radcliffe – Book Review, Preview

Falling for the Cowgirl by Tina Radcliffe – Book Review, Preview

I have worked in a male-dominated industry for the past couple of decades. It has always been a little obvious at the office but attending conferences made it abundantly clear that I was in the minority. I can remember one where there were a few thousand attendees, and I could […]


Lightning & Lawmen by Shanna Hatfield – Release Day

Lightning & Lawmen by Shanna Hatfield – Release Day

Shanna Hatfield’s Lightning & Lawmen is releasing today. Here is a sneak peak to tide you over until I can get my review out next Tuesday. Excerpt Afternoon sunshine illuminating the clear blue sky made her tip back her head to soak up the glorious rays spilling through a missing […]


A Daring Venture by Elizabeth Camden – Book Review, Preview

A Daring Venture by Elizabeth Camden – Book Review, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
June 28, 2018
Book Reviews

Water, water, every where, And all the boards did shrink; Water, water every where, Nor any drop to drink Thus cries the sailor in “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Water that consists simply of two hydrogen atoms and one of oxygen is life giving. But add […]



Just Let Go by Courtney Walsh – Book Review, Preview

Just Let Go by Courtney Walsh – Book Review, Preview

Fear began to clamp its icy grip around my heart. “Mommy, where are you?” my little voice warbled out as I plodded towards the stairs to search the upper floor again. The feet that had cheerfully descended only minutes ago to greet the day now trudged back up and led […]