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Comment by Harvee Lau on Tuesday

TAHOE BLUE FIRE by Owen McKenna, a thriller set in Lake Tahoe and Florence, Italy. Reviewed...Click on title for the review.

Comment by Diane Coto on Tuesday

#BookBlast #Excerpt #Giveaway: TROPICAL DEPRESSION (Billy Knight Thrillers Book 1) by Jeff Lindsay -

Comment by Mary Collins on Tuesday

Marvelous Mondays for Free Books
Learn to be a happy wife, find hope in every moment, and uplifting Christian fiction in this group of free Christian books.


Comment by Olivia Roach on Tuesday
Enter my US/Canada giveaway to win a hardcover of Neil Gaiman's collection of short stories, Trigger Warning!

Comment by Jerome Brooke on Tuesday

No Taboos Press  - Free and $0.99 Amazon promos Every Day August September – pen names Jerome Brooke – Jada Jackson – Sarah Cohen –   -----   and Giveaways – City of the Mirage / Jerome Brooke – paperbacks – ebooks  - PDRs  - review any books by Jerome Brooke – Juliet Baranne – Joan Barron – send us the link – full rules from

Comment by Diane Coto on Monday

Comment by Book Buzz on Sunday

Drama/Fiction Novel For Review

Falling on the Bright Side
By Michael Gray
Publisher: ABQ Press
ISBN: 978-0991604630
Pages: 325
Genre: Fiction (mainstream)

Larry works in an Albuquerque nursing home and like many of its residents he is not thrilled to be at this last-stop warehouse for old folks.  Trained as a counselor, he hardly notices the human spirit flowing around him until he meets Bill Foster.  Bill, a successful clinical psychologist, is lying comatose after a left hemisphere stroke, as Philip Cook, one of his oldest patients, leans over the hospital bed listening intently to his inarticulate attempts to speak.

Through Philip’s uncanny understanding of Bill’s incoherent mutterings, an unlikely collaboration begins, linking the unconfident Larry with the experienced but speech-damaged Dr. Bill.  That summer, with Larry’s wife and son out of town, Bill’s counseling practice helps renew Larry confidence as a therapist and--at the nursing home—he starts to see residents, families, and fellow staff as fellow human beings.

But old traumas (the drowning death of his brother and his misplaced blame of his father) run deep: each step seems to open the door for further falls from grace.

This is a novel about disability and the human depth that is left behind after the loss of physical and cognitive faculties.  It is also a book about the power of forgiveness.

For review copies contact:

Michael Gray

Comment by BookGirlR on Sunday
New discussion post!  Join The Novels of the Change Readalong  with BookGirlR at BookGirl's BookNook Blog.

Comment by Diane Coto on Sunday

#Review: DOWNSTREAM (Witherston Murder Mystery #1) by Betty Jean Craige | #BookReview -

Comment by Diane Coto on August 22, 2015 at 2:21pm

#Spotlight #Giveaway: WABANAKI BLUES (Book 1 of The Wabanaki Trilogy) by Melissa Zobel -


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