About the Book, Ghostly Bugles Genre: Historical Fiction / Texas History Publisher: Wild Lark Books Date of Publication: February 23, 2023 Number of Pages: 210 pages Scroll down for Giveaway Do the souls of the dead reach out from beyond the grave? Do echoes of the past resound through the ages? Are such insights […]
I’ve often found that the New Adult / Young Adult genre includes some of the most thought-provoking work in contemporary fiction, and Lori Ann Stephens’s latest novel, a dystopian thriller set in a near-future (or alternate reality – the distinction is unclear), frighteningly plausible version of Texas. Blue Running is so well crafted, it’s nearly unputdownable.
About the book, “So Sorry for Your Loss” Genre: Grief & Bereavement / Love & Loss / Parenting & Relationships Publisher: Union Square & Co. Page Count: 240 pages Publication Date: April 11, 2023 Scroll down for a giveaway! A heartfelt exploration about what it means to process grief, by a bestselling author and […]
About the book, The Cruise Publisher : One More Chapter (April 20, 2023) Publication date : April 20, 2023 Language : English Three women. One widowed. One unmarried. One almost divorced. All aged 63, but not ready to give up on life! Leaving behind the heartache, guilt and […]
About the book, Confessions of a Knight-Errant Genre: Humorous Fiction Publisher: Cune Press Page Count: 240 pages Publication Date: October 18, 2022 Scroll down for Giveaway! Confessions of a Knight Errant is a comedic, picaresque novel in the tradition of Don Quixote with a flamboyant cast of characters. Dr. Gary Watson is the picaro, a […]
So, Ray — Biopic, so it isn’t going to be a horribly profound script or story, outside the confines of Ray Charles’ own life. A little too long, but not enough to warrant thumbs down. Jamie Foxx, though — absolutely incredible. Honestly, I was most impressed that his portrayal of Ray was so seamless. Combine that with the musical elements that 1. looked and sounded as if Jamie Foxx were singing (and he wasn’t — it was all Ray), and whomever they filmed was really playing the piano (instead of faking horribly — which I HATE) made this a very good film.
Thank you for the link to it. : )