The Last Straw by Ed Duncan

The Last Straw Review: We are thrown back into hell after the father of a teenage girl is killed right in front of her. She saw something she shouldn’t have and now someone wants her dead.  It turns out the bullet was actually meant for her and not her father.  It is up to a family friend and attorney to figure out who is after her and why, but as the mystery keeps unraveling, there is a lot more at stake this time.  The friend crosses paths with a guy from his past and together they must put their differences … Continue reading The Last Straw by Ed Duncan

Love without Borders by Virginia Martin

Love without Borders Review: Poetry is always special because there’s no limitation to the words written.  It’s hard sometimes to really describe to people what you’re feeling at the moment and with poetry, the words flow easier.  It’s easier to hold a conversation through poetry when it comes to speaking, at least for me.  In this collection, Virginia Martin, shares her fears, her desires and her creativity within each poem.  You really feel the intensity of pain when she’s been wronged, but you also feel that joy when she has felt that love.  Some poems make you self-reflect like the … Continue reading Love without Borders by Virginia Martin

In My Thoughts by Virginia Martin

In My Thoughts Review: It’s a simple, yet powerful, quotes book filled with inspirational words that fill the pages.  They serve as little reminders of how we can see ourselves and others in a more positive light.  Some quotes inspire us to be more adapting to our environment.  Other quotes ask us to seek strength from within (and from God) to face life challenges.  There are even quotes that encourage us to see the good in a bad day.  Some might make you laugh, while others might make you cry.  This quote book is perfect if you are looking for … Continue reading In My Thoughts by Virginia Martin