A Secret History of Witches by Louisa Morgan – Review

A Secret History of WitchesA Secret History of Witches by Louisa Morgan was published on September 5th, 2017 by Redhook. An ancient and dangerous power is being handed down from mother to daughter through some of the most consequential historic events of the last two centuries. After Grandmére Ursule gives her life to save her tribe, her magic seems to die with her. Even so, her family keeps the Old Faith, practicing the spells and rites that have been handed from mother to daughter for generations. Until one day, Ursule’s young granddaughter steps into the circle, and magic flows anew. Continue reading

She Is Free: Learning the Truth about the Lies That Hold You Captive by Andi Andrew – Review

She Is Free: Learning the Truth about the Lies That Hold You CaptiveShe Is Free: Learning the Truth about the Lies That Hold You Captive by Andi Andrew has an expected publication date of October 3rd, 2017 by Baker Books. We say we’re free in Christ, but many of us are still living in captivity–to fear, anger, shame, isolation, unforgiveness, and control. We’re good at faking it around others, but we’re exhausted by the ruse. Andi Andrew wants women to break free of their self-imposed prisons and live the lives that are rightly theirs in Christ. Continue reading

Wish You Were Here: A Novel by Renée Carlino – Book Review

cover112530-mediumWish You Were Here A Novel by Renée Carlino has an expected publication date of August 15th 2017 by Atria Books and is a women’s fiction novel. You know when you’re looking at someone and you can’t help but smile at how oblivious they are to their own charm? That’s what was happening to me, and it was making me feel…happy. Euphoric. Something indescribable. It was like we already knew each other, like we had met in a previous life. Memories that didn’t exist began exploding in my mind like fireworks. Charlotte has spent her twenties adrift, searching for a spark to jump-start her life and give her a sense of purpose. She’s had as many jobs as she’s had bad relationships, and now she’s feeling especially lost in her less-than-glamorous gig at a pie-and-fry joint in Los Angeles, where the uniforms are bad and the tips are even worse. Continue reading

Book Review of Gladstone’s by Miranda Manley

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Gladstone’s by Miranda Manley
Published by Olympia Publishers on May 25th, 2017

Synopsis: Buddy grows into a beautiful woman but no ordinary woman, as she is half human, half insect… a butterfly. Realising her destiny to become everyone’s saviour, she has to fight to take over the power of her three worlds. She is the feisty heroine to this novel. Buddy constantly battles not only with her own emotional journey but also to save her own kind and the human beings she has had to learn to grow and live with. Constantly soul searching to find herself but also on a quest to stop her three worlds colliding. Buddy must also fight the forces that could destroy all that she has finally learnt to love and within these realms finally has she found true love? Continue reading