This story will have you lingering in a small cafe in France and in a Michigan as well.
The world will go on, so I should not waste time not enjoying the gift of each day. By doing so, I can choose kindness and kindness is always the way to go.
Tommy is an overly-sensitive person that feels the demands of putting duty over self. His wolf-self is the conflict of that.
I looked into what to price my ebook. Amazon recommended .99 cents for the most sales and $1.99 for the most profit (or was it 2.99).
I am simply impressed by this book. It makes a statement about living in Wisconsin, being a man, and being a Native American. I read Clark’s other books, really liked them and thought that he was done with memoir/chapbook. In this book he shows he has a lot more to say. I think Clark wants … Continue reading Rebel Poet By Louis V Clark III
Take Me Home to Woodstock If you are like me and wonder what it was like living in the early 1900s; if you see a photo from the early 20th century and wish you could be transported there, then this book is for you. It will transport you into the picture on … Continue reading Fictionalizing You Family’s History
Genealogy Fans will love this book If you are like me and wonder what it was like living in the early 1900s; if you see a photo from the early 20th century and wish you could be transported there, then this book is for you. It will transport you into the picture on the … Continue reading Book Review- Take Me Home to Woodstock
I bought Liam Callanan’s Paris by the Book simply because he leaves in Wisconsin and I want to support local authors. Friends of mine also recommended his works. I enjoyed this book a lot. It is the story of a Leah, who’s husband disappears and the only clue he leaves is plane tickets to Paris. Intending … Continue reading Book Review Paris by the Book
The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach I read this book because my wife bought it and it was sitting on the bookshelf. Even though I knew better I suspected it was sort of like the book The Catcher in the Wry by Bob Uecker. In other words, reading it was a random act. With … Continue reading Book Review- Harbach
Dead Sure? Took me on a mind-twisting romp to 1929 and back again. It was a story full of strong characters and plot twists that kept me guessing. I definitely felt for Tim, a man transported back to 1929 leaving his daughter to grow up without a parent. Especially when he has to face Charles, … Continue reading Dead Sure? A Book Review