My Review of Operation Atonement by Talia Hibbert

I just finished reading Operation Atonement by Talia Hibbert. It was royally entertaining and I enjoyed her no-holds-barred, in-your-face style of writing, with a liberal dose of, dare I say, mischievousness thrown in. That was the author, for sure. The main character, Dionne (and I did not recall the author mentioning her last name but … Continue reading "My Review of Operation Atonement by Talia Hibbert"

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Step Out of Your Comfort Zone by Pamela D. Beverly

I have to say that I’ve always been interested in boxing. I used to watch it a lot on TV and in the early 2000s, Sylvester Stallone had a reality show, The Contender, that I loved. I also wanted a punching bag that I could hang somewhere in my house (that’s the part I could … Continue reading "Step Out of Your Comfort Zone by Pamela D. Beverly"

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My Adventures at the Discovery Lane Book Fair by Pamela D. Beverly

I, along with a number of other authors, participated in a book fair at the Discovery Lane Preschool on Saturday and I enjoyed it very much. As I spoke with the children and their parents, I felt a part of an important endeavor. Being that we’re in the technological age, video games and electronic tablets … Continue reading "My Adventures at the Discovery Lane Book Fair by Pamela D. Beverly"

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I Am One of the “Non-Essential” by Pamela D. Beverly

I Am One of the “Non-Essential” It is ridiculous. A government shutdown. What does it accomplish? Nothing. It’s like this picture here. A blank wall. A picture of nothing. Uninformed people like to say that ‘non-essential federal government employees should be let go permanently’. They don’t know what they’re talking about. Picture a war scenario. … Continue reading "I Am One of the “Non-Essential” by Pamela D. Beverly"

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New Release: What if an Octopus Followed Me Home? by Pamela D. Beverly

Well, I did it. Today’s the release of my new children’s picture book, What if an Octopus Followed Me Home? I’ve never been interested in penning a children’s book but this one came to me in a dream and refused to be dismissed. Julius Jackson is a typical eight year-old, only one day home from … Continue reading "New Release: What if an Octopus Followed Me Home? by Pamela D. Beverly"

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My Review of the Book, Step Beast (Military Bad Boy BDSM Billionaire Stepbrother Romance) by Selena Kitt

This story revolves around Matilda “Tilly” Beeston, whose a strait-laced, twenty-two year old, Olivia “Liv”, her controlling but ailing mother and Tilly’s stepbrother, Conrad Raleigh Beeston, III. But don’t let the hoity-toity moniker fool you–he is simply known as Beast. He’s a pretty mysterious man, just returning from a second tour of duty in Afghanistan, … Continue reading "My Review of the Book, Step Beast (Military Bad Boy BDSM Billionaire Stepbrother Romance) by Selena Kitt"

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