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My latest short story review is posted!-A private eye learns the truth about the love of his life!
I have about 25 books to read on my nightstand and probably a good 150 on my nook, yet when I took the kids to the library yesterday — I picked up three more. This is becoming a problem.
Last week we went to a fair — I picked up a book there at a book sale.
The week before, on a trip to Lancaster, PA we stopped at a vegetable stand, we didn't get any vegetables but I walked out with a book (the farmer had a garage sale… in a garage… don't ask!).
Am I the only one?
Tass Saada was an angry youth. A displaced Palestinian living in Qatar, he wondered when the Arab countries were going to make good on their promise. The promise that if the Palestinian families left Palestine, they would soon be able to return. After they defeated their enemies, Israel, that is. Well, the defeat never happened.
Tired of waiting Tass ran away from home to Palestine where he trained to become a member of Arafat's Fatah. By the age of seventeen he was carrying a high-powered Simonov rifle, was an elite PLO sniper and chauffeur for Arafat.
Once an Arafat Man is the incredible true story of how a young man filled with hate came to know the One who only had love for him.
A review of Hurt Machine: A More Prager Mystery by Reed Farrel Coleman (Tyrus Books) -
I just posted my take on the new J. K. Rowlings novel "The Casual Vacancy" Check it out at
I have also included a couple of questions to ponder,
Please stop by and let me know what you think.
Book Review: Poetry for the Heart By Christine Rice
Section 132 by Helga Steiner (Author Guest Post / Book Review / Contest Giveaway) Section 132 is the harrowing fictional but fact-based story of an extremist Fundamentalist Mormon (FLDS) sect's practice of a polygamist lifestyle.
Check out this guest post by author Terri Bruce and enter for your chance to win a copy of her book Hereafter
It's Book Blogger Appreciation Week! Today we're talking about book bloggers that we appreciate.
My review of "Mysterious Benedict Society” by Trenton Lee Stewart. It's a fun spy-ish/secret agent Middle Grade/Young Adult book!
Few authors can match Jane Toombs 90+ published books. Check out her interview and read an excerpt from her latest release, Taken In. http://tinyurl.com/8tpn8xs
Interview with Dakota Franklin on my blog. http://melcomley.blogspot.fr/