Category: Reviews

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 – 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 […]

Sunday Book Review – Essential Manners for the Modern Author

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

Sunday Book Review     I read a good recommend for this book from an author friend – The Little Blue Book for Authors – Essential Manners for the Modern Author by Gisela Hausmann. It’s a short read with some good information about how to garner reviews and share our work and books with readers to garner […]

Sunday Book Review – Hearts Unbroken by Lisa Thomson

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  Today’s Sunday Book Review is for Lisa Thompson’s engaging book of short stories Hearts Unbroken. This book is aptly titled by Lisa, a fellow Canadian and friend who writes on the topic of help and healing on the topic of divorce on her blog LisaThompsonLive . In this book Lisa moves from nonfiction to fiction, […]

Sunday Book Review – Watching the Daisies by Brigid Gallagher

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  Today’s Sunday Book Review is for Watching The Daisies – Life Lessons on the Importance of Slow by Brigid Gallagher. A beautiful autobiographical journey of life, challenges and a journey to healing.     Blurb: If you enjoyed “Eat, Pray, Love-You will love this travel memoir!” Millions of people around the world suffer from […]

New Reviews – Books by D.G. Kaye – Twenty Years: After “I Do”, Have Bags, Will Travel

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New Reviews Are In: I’m delighted to share two reviews I recently received for two of my books – Have Bags, Will Travel and Twenty Years: After “I Do”.  Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Sally’s Book Reviews – Twenty Years After ‘I Do’ by D.G. Kaye Posted on May 12, 2018 by Smorgasbord – Variety is the Spice of Life. […]

Sunday Book Review – Fire and Fury by Michael Wolff

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  Today’s review is on Michael Wolff’s politically intriguing and informative book – Fire and Fury. This is a personal accounting of what he witnessed while having ease of access and being privy to the shenanigans that is currently ongoing in the Whitehouse.   Since the day Trump ran for president I’ve been fascinated with […]

Sunday Book Review – Writing Hard Stories by Melanie Brooks

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

Sunday Book Review   Today’s book review is on memoir writer, Melanie Brooks’ book – Writing Hard Stories. I always try to read a book on my craft in between reading other genres I enjoy too. I was drawn to this book, not only for its whimsical cover (covers do attract), but for the content […]

Sunday Book Review – A House Without Windows by Stevie Turner

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

Sunday Book Review   Today’s book review is on author Stevie Turner’s book- A House Without Windows. This book captivated me from the get-go. The story drew me in immediately as the protagonist, Beth, took us right into a nightmare of captivity. I don’t wish to give any spoiler alerts but suffice it to say, the […]

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