Tuesday, October 28, 2008

NOW READING....... as of Oct/28

THE SUN SINGER By Author Malcolm R. Campbell UP NEXT IN REVIEW! Thank you for your Patience!


By Author James Fletcher More than one murder has been committed, all with the same underlying clues, and dead bodies leave a trail for investigation. A contract is out to kill a man, but the wrong man is murdered, leaving former Austin police sergeant Chase Alexander as the primary target. While desperately attempting to save his own life, Chase takes matters into his own hands. He begins his mission by searching for his missing father, then goes back into the past, and digs up years of family secrets. Throughout his journey into the unknown to answer the mysterious questions leading to the murders, Chase finds more-and-more lies. Time was running out, and answers needed to be found to crucial questions in order to solve the case. Why did the criminals want to kill Chase? Who was the contract really for? Where was Chase's father? What lies, and secrets did Chase find? Who were the two hitmen, and who hired them? Why were other people murdered, and where did the names of the deceased lead to? I recommend "Threads Of Deception" to all mystery lovers. The characters in this riveting thriller electrify the pages that are covered in conspiracy, and betrayal. James Fletcher chose a title that fits this head-snapping novel like the perfect glove to fit his hand. This book is filled with nonstop twists as good as a reader would find in the series "Murder She Wrote." The clever author introduces nail-biting suspense page-after-page, then leaves the ending with a great surprise. "Threads Of Deception" is clearly a steady engrossing thriller that leaves you on the edge of your seat. The reader could feel the same escalating tension as if viewing one of Alfred Hitchcock's finest. Before the final closing of the curtains, drama soaks the pages in this gripping thriller that gives the reader the same creepy chills as if viewing "Death Wish." Geraldine Ahearn, A.I.O.M. Author of 6 books Founding Member ABI Women's Review Board

Friday, October 24, 2008

What Am I Reading Now?

I Am Now Reading the Following 3 books, which will be Reviewed in the Order I List them! 1. Threads Of Deception- By Author James Fletcher (Interviewed) 2. The Sun Singer- By Author Malcolm R. Campbell (Interviewed) 3. The Naked Author- By Author Katherine "Kat" Smith (Interviewed) Thank you Kindly for your Patience!

Sunday, October 19, 2008

****REVIEW ~How To Keep God In Your Life~

By Dominique L. Watson "How To Keep God In Your Life" is written with enthusiasm, and creativity by Dominique L. Watson. The author clearly steps out from "Inspire Me Young" into "How To Keep God In Your Life" as an additional contribution to society, offering peaceful and healing solutions through religious, and spiritual direction to God's Kingdom. I recommend this book to teens and adults who wish to seek guidance and comfort in the spiritual sense, and as a motivational, healthy benefit to our psychological well-being. "How To Keep God In Your Life" is as refreshing as "Acts Of Kindness." Inspiration and compassion flow from the pages, and the reader is left with comfort, and peace from within! Geraldine Ahearn, A.I.O.M. Hon.DG IBC Author of 6 books Founding Member ABI Women's Review Board


By Sarah Abdulaziz Sarah Abdulaziz pens a unique, inspirational, and thought-provoking collection of poetry titled "Crying Rose." The young author created a Masterpiece from life's experiences, and voices her opinion of pity and sadness that covers the world we live in, like a blanket, visualized through poetic eyes. What better place to begin taking notes, and jot observation is there, other than the Big Apple, better known as the greatest city in the world? Born in Brooklyn and residing in New York for forty-five years, I can witness the reality and truth in Sarah's life painting which is based on current events, politics, and humanity. From the poem "The Night I Got Up To Pray" tugs at the reader's heart, and sorrow covers the page. "When a poor, innocent child runs to hide, the child ends up dying, taken from the poem "Unfaithful." The author clearly speaks of war, and it's tragic effects on the innocent, and how much suffering exists in the world. From the passage "lost Her True Love" defines loss of a loved one, and the pain left behind. "Hold your head up high" from the poem "Be Strong" fills the page with inspiration, pride, and a new found hope. I recommend "Crying Rose" to teens, adults, and all poetry lovers. The work of Sarah Abdulaziz is as heartfelt, and as compassionate as that of Susan Polis Schutz. Geraldine Ahearn, A.I.O.M. Hon.DG IBC Author of 6 books, CCRN Founding Member ABI Women's Review Board


By Katherine Warwick Katherine Warwick is an author who certainly has had expertise in dance-romance novels, now surprises the reading audience with her psychological, spine-tingling thriller, "An Open Vein." As a health professional for thirty years, a graduate from a psychiatric school of Nursing, and a born-and-bred New Yorker were the reasons that drew me into Warwick's cleverly written plot, immediately with overwhelming interest. The main character, John Banks is a high school graduate at age sixteen, and is accepted into pre-med. Everyone knows that John is a genius, but they don't know that he lives in a strange, confusing world. Although his IQ may be high, he lacks common sense, not to mention self-esteem. He decides to spend time in New York with Kane, a life-long friend. Kane taught John how to read people, and get into their heads, but the ultimate question that prevails is one which makes this novel a page turner. Can John read Kane? John's life becomes threatened, according to Kane, but how can we believe in Kane? The more you read about Kane, the more psychotic he becomes, and John becomes a prisoner of abuse. The reader is forced to ponder on two essential questions. Why did John allow Kane to hold him hostage, like an animal in a cage? How is it possible that someone who suffers from a mental illness is usually not investigated until after damage has been done to himself, and society? The author paints a realistic New York setting, the plot is as superb as the psychological thriller, "Psycho." I recommend this novel to teens, adults, and all mystery lovers. "An Open Vein" is as chilling as "WHAT LIES BENEATH" with Harrison Ford, and Michelle Pfeiffer! Geraldine Ahearn, A.I.O.M. Hon.DG IBC Author of 6 books/CCRN Founding Member ABI Women's Review Board

*****REVIEW ~Visionary From The Stars~

BY Virginia Lori Jennings In her second science fiction novel, Virginia Lori Jennings takes the reader through another incredible galactic journey as the Platonians plan to sabotage the Star Traveler's crew, and a lone scientist is faced with intergalactic controversy. Can Jean McClain save humanity? Is the Galactic Bible ever found? Will the ancient quest continue its saga into the land of the unknown? What happens in the mission from Ganymede to Exandra? I recommend this book to teens, young adults, and all science fiction lovers. "Missionary From The Stars" is action-packed, and is as mysterious as "The Alien Mind." The clever author manages to fill the pages with breathtaking black magic, while entertaining the reader with the ultimate alien encounter as good as Steven Spielberg's Masterpiece, "E.T." Geraldine Ahearn, A.I.O.M. Hon.DG IBC Author of 6 books/CCRN ABI Women's Review Board-founding member


"The Prisoner" is the second book in MJ Allaire's fictional, fantasy series that is indeed another Great Adventure! The reader is taken once again through another fascinating journey as the lost children desperately search for each other through the dark, land of the unknown. The girls can't find the boys, new creatures blossom like flowers, and the children are challenged to dip into their past as they confront an unexplained mystery. Will all the children reunite again? What do they find in the castle? Can the new world be changed? I recommend "The Prisoner" to teens, adults, and all fantasy lovers. The author adds sparks to this novel, like the Fourth-Of-July, fulfilling the reader's curiosity, after diving into the exquisite "Dragon's Blood." The ending of "The Prisoner" makes the reader crave for "Dragon's Tear." "The Prisoner" is cleverly written, captures the world's imagination, and the whirlwind adventure continues as the creatures come to life! This novel is as action-packed as "Men In Black." "The Prisoner" fills the reader's heart with memorable moments that strikes a chord in everyone, and is as breathtaking as Walt Disney's "Swiss Family Robinson." Geraldine Ahearn, A.I.O.M. Hon.DG IBC Author of 6 books, CCRN Author Geri Ahearn, INC. Founding Member ABI Women's Review Board