I love reading. As long as it grabs my attention I’m game, but I prefer certain genre categories over others. Reviews require a special skill to be done fairly and in a correct manner. In my reviews I tell you what I like as well as what I don’t like. If there are noticeable typos, grammar issues or spelling and punctuation issues that stand out I might mention that, too.
I prefer reviewing nonfiction books, especially memoirs. I will consider reviewing fiction with themes based on true stories, medical challenges, family sagas, or anything else that makes me want to read it.
Sorry, but I don’t read mysteries, thrillers, erotica, fantasy, of science fiction.
- Too Much Stuff by Kathryn Porter
- When Parents Hurt by Joshua Coleman PhD
- Lifeliner: the Judy Taylor Story by Shireen Jeejeebhoy
- Quo Vadis, Israel by H. Peter Neuhaus
- Micah’s Child by Lang Buchanan
- Pursuit of Light by Sandy Brewer
- Destruction of Innocence: a True Story of Child Abduction by Rosalie Hollingsworth
- Not Remembered, Never Forgotten by Robert Allan Hafetz
- Red Hot Internet Publicity: an insider’s guide to Internet marketing by Penny Sensevieri
- Mom’s Story: a Child Learns About MS by Mary Jo Nickum
- Norma Jean’s Sun by Kris Courtney
- The Violets Are Mine by Lester Morris
- The Mind of Thuse! by Linda Smarzik
- Warrior Mother: a Memoir by Sheila K. Collins, PhD
- The Way of the Mysterial Woman: Upgrading How You Live, Love, and Lead by Suzanne Anderson MA and Susan Canon PhD