The hardest thing for me as a grandmother writing about love, was to cut away all that is incidental and keep only that which remains as the nobility and science of ecstasy. As a writer and woman whose loved and lost, I feel like it is impossible to build good relationships until we’ve burned away […]
Joyce White has wonderful insight into the essential core of the human spirit. In her latest work, Love, Rhyme & Reason, starting from her summation
STINGER: Operation Cyclone is an excellent Cold-War Historical Fiction, tells the story of Charlie Wilson’s War from the GRUNT level. Well, I really like this Book 2 in the Rick Fontain series by Bill Fortin. Bill Fortin is a US Army veteran himself and has chosen to write some excellent “cold war” fiction, describing the […]
For the majority of my adult life, I had been into reading mystery/suspense thrillers. My favorite author at the time was Mary Higgins Clarke. I read so many of her books since I was a teenager in addition to other authors that wrote mysteries. Then I grew tired of that genre and switched to chick-lit […]
When? Where? Why?: A History of the Wars and Conflicts We Have Fought. This is the seventh book pertaining to life’s worries and problems we must face. By turning back the clock one hundred years, we start with World War I. World War I dictated the world anticipating a savage fight not knowing what the […]
My husband surprised me with this choice of book. He usually makes his selection from award-winning sites and bestseller lists; he often picks books that won Pulitzer prizes. His choice of author, Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love, however, surprised me. Well, I hadn’t heard about her new book which is an enthralling story combining history, […]
There are so many layers to the plot within this book as all of the characters find themselves more than just against the ropes and in situations that will endanger the West Family and themselves.
Toward the end of my academic studies I began to obediently panic about my future
I’m passionate about protecting impressionable teens that are between the ages of thirteen and sixteen
Joyce White describes herself as a curious child playing in the garden between the two houses of God and Science. Picking flowers from both.