#Review Think and Grow Rich, by Napolean Hill #3stars

MY REVIEW 3 stars: This beautiful book has been at the top of the charts for years. It’s been recommended to me more times than I can count. One of my goals for 2022 is to read at least one non fiction every month. The last non fiction I read was a real deep heart…

#Review #3stars Apt Pupil, by Stephen King

MY REVIEW 3 stars: I’m actually reading the full Different Seasons set, but I feel like these ‘short stories’ aren’t really short at all, and that they need separate reviews of their own to compile once the set is finished -then average the rating. I struggled to decide on a rating for Apt Pupil. I…

#Review #4stars Flowers and Stone, by Jan Sikes

MY REVIEW: Jan Sikes is an extremely talented writer. With a slow build up to character building, she’s able to truly capture the essence of Darlina, the young girl with strong dedication and a sense of belonging with the one and only Luke Stone. Luke is a bit older than Darlina with a history of…

#Review Rose Madder, by Stephen King… 4 stars

MY REVIEW 4 stars: I’m a little confused… Lol, I just walked away from my computer for like an hour and came back to this one sentence that I’d written to start my review, but then got distracted. I’m a little confused… Wow, talk about the truth!!  Is it weird to say that most of…

#Review #4stars The Dark Half, by Stephen King #keepersofking

MY REVIEW 4 stars: Thad is a writer with a very unique story to tell about his odd and evil connection with the character who fills the bill of his pen name George Stark. Thad had written several best selling thrillers under the name of George Stark. The books were nasty, deadly sort of books…