Tag: memoir

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 Reviews -New Reviews are in for Books by D.G. Kaye

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  Surprise! Today’s book reviews are not by me, rather there are three new reviews I’m thrilled to share here for my own books. I thought it was an appropriate place to fill in my Sunday reviews because I haven’t yet finished my latest read so I’m sharing these new ones I recently received for […]

Introducing #Booklaunch – Twenty Years: After “I Do” Just Published!!!

Twenty Years by D.G. Kaye

Introducing Twenty Years: After “I Do” Hello people! I’m being a little forward here today by taking up my own space but today I’m thrilled to announce, after this long and laborious past year, I’ve JUST PUBLISHED my newest labor of love, Twenty Years: After “I Do”, and want to share my news here with […]

Sunday Book Review – Words We Carry by D.G. Kaye – Reviewed by Sally Cronin

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

Today I’m doing something different on my Sunday book review. Instead of me reviewing a book, I’m reblogging Sally Cronin’s most wonderful and in-depth review of my book, Words We Carry.   I was elated to learn that Sally had gotten to my book on her mighty big TBR list, and even more excited when […]

Book Review – Words We Carry by D.G. Kaye – Reviewed by Madelyn Griffith-Haynie

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Book Review – Words We Carry I love it when a reader has read my book and took so much from it. After reading ADD Coach, Madelyn Griffith-Haynie’s recent review of my book Words We Carry, I was touched by her review and felt compelled to share it here today.   Get this book on Amazon […]

Guest Author with a New Book – Lynette Davis – Even Rain is Just Water – Memoir

New book feature

  Today I’m delighted to feature fellow memoir writer and friend, Lynette Davis here with her debut book, her memoir, Even Rain is Just Water – A Memoir of redemption, rejection and revelation.  I endorsed Lynette’s book and I can tell you that it is a heart-wrenching read. Lynette’s story about growing up with an emotionally […]

Guest Featured Author – John Maberry – The Fountain

Featured author of the week

  Today I’m thrilled to have over a dear friend and prolific writer, blogger, and author John Maberry, to talk about his writing and his newest book – The Fountain – Karma Can be Painful. Seven short stories in fantasy and Sci-Fi genres to captivate your imagination.     John is also the author of […]

#BookReview – P.S. I Forgive You – A Broken Legacy by D.G. Kaye #Memoir #Narcissism | deborahjay

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I was pleasantly surprised to find that friend and author Deborah Jay had read my latest book, P.S. I Forgive You. But I was more touched by the heartfelt review she wrote for the book.   Deb’s review taught me that my story not only resonates with readers who have and are living similar situations […]

Sunday Book Review – The Art of Memoir by Mary Karr

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

I recently read Mary Karr’s – The Art of Memoir and today I’m sharing my review on the book from my perspective as a memoir writer. Although it wasn’t one of my favorite reads on the topic it certainly has its merits.     Blurb: Credited with sparking the current memoir explosion, Mary Karr’s The Liars’ […]

Sunday Book Review – Waiting in the Wings – Stevie Turner

Waiting in the Wings by Stevie Turner

  Today’s book review is on friend and author Stevie Turner’s book – Waiting in the Wings, a memoir. I’ve read a few books of Stevie’s now and I’m am quite fond of her writing style. Stevie doesn’t hold back with her thoughts and as a memoir writer myself, I couldn’t wait to sink my […]

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