Author Interview ~ Jamie Foley

What started you off writing? I've always had stories and characters and worlds bouncing around in my head. I won the 'Storyteller' award in second grade. Although I'm not sure if that was for creativity or creative lying. Which writer do you feel inspired you the most to yourself become an author? Frank Peretti probably... Continue Reading →

The Soul’s Expression ~ Book Review

This historical romance opens with an air of worry and uncertainty, Katherine Forrester waiting to be seen by a doctor - a forced requirement by her pushy mother in law. An impatient husband is behind the visit as well - adding betrayal to embarrassment as she is forced to share the intimate details of her... Continue Reading →

Curses of Scale ~ Book Review

From the first page with its crisp, colourful descriptions I was immediately drawn into this tale. The visual setup was immediate and without any effort I wanted to know more, the pages almost turned themselves. Coming of age book for young adults and fantasy lovers alike. Niena, a sixteen year old girl yearns to follow... Continue Reading →

Author Highlight ~ Weslie Jensen

We are meeting Weslie Jensen, who is a bubbly, short, seemingly naïve Librarian Assistant who harbors a peculiar attraction towards the “Dark Side.” During childhood, Weslie found herself addicted to writing fiction where you love the villains and no character escapes unscathed. Encouraged by her newfound interest, Weslie pursued the writing career while attending Writing... Continue Reading →

Hers to Bear ~ Book Review

This is an erotic romance and paranormal novel that will please any lover of this genre. For those who want to get swept up into a shape-shifter romance with adventure and steamy scenes - this is for you. Jenna arrives in the small but charming town of Honey Corners as a schoolteacher for the little... Continue Reading →

The Carousel ~ Book Review

The Carousel and Other Short Stories is a collection of four such tales capturing a range of situations and emotions. As always, short stories are often in some way difficult to read, they demand you to think of something else, think beyond the ordinary or dig beneath the surface. These stories capture the sometimes rocky... Continue Reading →

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