Growl (Elaine Pierson)

By Judy A. Kessinger
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The character Lacey in this story feels different from everyone because she has the ability to move things when she is angered, hurt, etc. She doesn’t know how she can do this, just that she can and she uses this ability to get others attention when she feels out of control in her life. Her mother doesn’t seem to have any sympathy for her and her real father has not been in the picture for a long time. So Lacey has to deal with her mother and stepfather in the best way she knows how when they confront her about things that happen because she uses her ability.

As a result of her stepfather wanting to send her back to the hospital where Lacey does not want to go because they try anything to find out how and why she can do what she does, Lacey finally….Read More

Angel River Falls (Thomas A. Morgan)

By Judy A. Kessinger
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This book portrays the feelings that come once you leave your hometown and want to return once again after a number of years and hope that all is the same as it was when you left it. Or hope against hope that it has grown, improved, etc. for the better.

When Trey finally does come home again, he faces people who have been living there since he left. He knows he is going to face his past and will even have to answer for the unintentional tragedy he caused before he left….Read More

Lottery Quick Guide (Ann Collier)

By Laura Campagna
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Ann Collier, in her piece, Lottery Quick Guide: Increase Your Odds 99%, Ms. Collier explains how one can increase their odds for winning the lottery. Ms.Collier does suggest for one to look at websites with lottery information. But, that is not necessary. Her method greatly increases your winning odds, and here are some of her insights:

When one is playing a five or six lottery, there are certain pieces of information to review, states Collier. For example, when playing…Read More

When The Storm Passes (Julie Jett)

By Judy A. Kessinger
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This book was easy to read and get familiar with the characters especially the young girl with all the emotions she goes through in a very trying time. Their day starts out like many do, having breakfast, talking about the day, etc. and the next thing you know the unthinkable happens without any time to prepare or even know what the next moment will bring.

Miss Jett has given a young girl many feelings to deal with, work through and knows how to project those feelings in a way that you can feel…Read More