Category: Book review

Sunday Book Review – The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  This week’s Sunday Book Review, I’m sharing my review of The Tattooist of Auschwitz, a gripping telling of a true survivor story written by Heather Morris, told by Lale Sokalov of his imprisonment in Auschwitz and what he did to survive. This is a compelling story of the human spirit with a determination to […]

Sunday Book Review – New Reviews are in for Words We Carry #Memoir

Words We Carry

  It’s been awhile since I shared some new reviews for my book Words We Carry. Since I’m so bad with checking my reviews, I thought I’d do a random check and try to catch a few I hadn’t yet seen myself, and I was pleasantly surprised to find 3! And since I’m not finished my […]

Sunday Book Review – What Did I Do? – Chuck Jackson – #Memoir

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  My Sunday Book Review today is on Chuck Jackson’s – What Did I Do?  As a memoir writer, I was curious to read Chuck’s book, especially since he dangled weekly carrots on his blog by sharing chapters. Well, good strategy I say to Chuck, because we all know once we get hooked on a book, […]

#BookLaunch and Review – Tales from the Irish Garden by Sally Cronin – Sunday Special Feature

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Sunday Book Review and Bonus Special Feature   My today’s Sunday Book Review and something more! Today I’m featuring Sally Cronin from the Smorgasbord Invitation here to share in the news of her newest book launch – Tales from the Irish Garden.   Sally’s storybooks are known for her beautiful short stories and her always […]

Sunday Book Review – In the Shadow of Light by Elaine Orr -Political Family Drama

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  My Sunday Book Review for Elaine Orr’s – In the Shadow of Light. This book is a short but powerful read. The book is a fictional story based on actual events going in the U.S. with strict family separation immigration policies and gives us a look at two families caught in the turmoil. One family […]

Sunday Book Review – Heaven’s Rage – Leslie Tate

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  Today I’m reviewing Heaven’s Rage by Leslie Tate. This book is classified as an imaginative autobiography and I’d have to agree that’s an accurate description. Tate invites us in to his deepest thoughts and memories, giving us a ring side seat into fragments of his life.         Blurb:   HEAVEN’S RAGE […]

Sunday Book Review – The Lady’s Slipper – Reviewed by Colleen Chesebro

  For my today’s Sunday Book Review I’m doing something a little different. Because I’m behind on my reading and not nearly halfway through my current read, I’ve asked my good friend and Sister of the Fey, author Colleen Chesebro if she wouldn’t mind sharing one of her most recent reviews for a book she […]

Sunday Book Review – The Emissary by Marcia Meara

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  This Sunday’s Book Review is on Marcia Meara’s – The Emissary. This book is a novella spinoff of Marcia’s ‘Riverbend’ series, but it also makes a great standalone read. I’ve yet to read that series and now look even more forward to getting to those books. I found this the perfect read because I […]

Sunday Book Review – Midlife Cabernet by Elaine Ambrose

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  My Sunday Book Review is about Elaine Ambrose’s fun and spot on nonfiction and humorous take on midlife changes and how the author embraces them all in her book – Midlife Cabernet -Life, Love and Laughter after Fifty. I met Elaine on Twitter and we followed one another and bought one of each other’s […]

Sunday Book Review – Over My Dead Body: Murder at Eurovision by Christoph Fischer

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  Today’s book review is for Christoph Fischer’s – Over My Dead Body: Murder at Eurovision. Christoph is another of my favorite authors who took the plunge into writing cozy mysteries with Book 1 in this series, The Body in the Snow. Christoph is also a prolific historical fiction writer, one of my favorite genres to […]

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