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Women Who Roar

by Cheryl M. Hibbard

While occasionally somewhat familiar, Annabelle Wilson’s women lack the roar that her title suggests. Wilson has fictionalized the life stories of seven real women, chosen for their ability to “serve as an inspiration to the rest of... Read More

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A Life Worth Dreaming About

by Cheryl M. Hibbard

In "A Life Worth Dreaming About", Nicholas Dettmann sets forth an appealing, if not unfamiliar, scenario. Through some sort of “divine intervention,” a man is allowed to go back in time and “fix” some of the mistakes he has made,... Read More

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Amberella in the City

by Cheryl M. Hibbard

"Amberella in the City" is the first of what author Rosemarie Kaupp promises will be a series of stories about a delightful pup named Amberella that is geared toward the younger set of chapter-book readers. The initial installment of The... Read More

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Almost a Senior

by Cheryl M. Hibbard

Teacher and award-winning playwright Brenda Faye Collie introduces feisty high-school junior Loresha in Almost A Senior, the first volume of a planned trilogy. As the newly elected student-body president at fictional Major Horris High... Read More

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Wayfaring Stranger

by Cheryl M. Hibbard

Nancy Lyn Sullivan firmly establishes a place for herself within the genre of magical realism in her novel "Wayfaring Stranger". Readers will be delighted with this well-written offering and will enjoy traveling with its likable main... Read More

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The Archangel's Gift

by Cheryl M. Hibbard

For those who don’t mind a bit of irreverence in their Christmas stories, Dick Morgan’s The Archangel’s Gift offers one of the most endearing holiday tales to come along in quite a while. Morgan’s story is not just for kids.... Read More

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