Review: Diana’s Dreams by Joan Hanger

39807354Diana’s Dreams by Joan Hanger was published May 15th, 2018 by Austin Macauley Publishers LLC. Princess Diana was intrigued by the puzzling meanings of dreams! Little did Joan realize that Diana dreamt of her own funeral! Even Diana thought the dream was picturing the Queen Mother’s funeral because it was a ritual for the Queen Mother to ride along the path of her funeral so that she could inspect which flowers would be in bloom.

When Diana explained her dream, Joan thought it meant the ‘death’ of her marriage to Prince Charles, as the Royal Divorce had just been announced. Joan Hanger had the experience, and, indeed, the privilege of helping this most fascinating and wonderful lady analyze her dreams and nightmares! Continue reading

Review of Melissa and Kasho by Camilla Chance

Melissa and Kasho by Camilla Chance www.lovelyloveday.com lovely loveday blogMelissa and Kasho by Camilla Chance has an expected publication date of March 17th, 2018 by Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd. Melissa, a shy teenage girl, feels lost in a transnational high society world that drives her to the depths of despair. But her attraction to the very human Kasho, who has snippets of philosophy to impart, eventually enables her to develop her own strengths. But Kasho doesn’t dwell physically on Earth. Continue reading

Review of The Mountain by Makynzie Watkins

The MountainThe Mountain by Makynzie Watkins was published on January 31st 2018 by Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd and is a science fiction fantasy. The tale follows the story of the main character, Princess Lailee who resides in the Kingdom of Kortland. Although Lailee is royalty, she is rejected by her peers, as her unusually tall height frightens them and her long, luscious, locks are the envy of other girls. The only friend that Lailee finds solace in is her magical purple horse, Uki, who has pink hair and wings. This all changes one day when Lailee ventures to the other side of the forbidden mountain and discovers more than she could have ever imagined.

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