AUTHOR: TRISTAN B. TAYLOR GENRE: FANTASY,SCIENCE FICTION TYPE: E-BOOK AVAILABILITY: $2.95 OR FREE WITH KINDLE MEMBERSHIP RATING: 5-STARS REVIEW: THREAD, A BROTHERS’ KEEPER STORY, BY TRISTAN B. TAYLOR AVAILABLE ON AMAZON, THREAD, A BROTHERS’ KEEPER,…
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Three friendships torn apart by one chance meeting. By autumn 1984 Sharon and Pip are in their final years of school and on the verge of adulthood. Best friends for as long as they can remember, the two young women befriend their badly bullied schoolmate, Gavin. Their futures are bright until a chance meeting leads to a path of corruption, anger and malicious betrayal. Sometimes, when we can’t rely on those we love, our only hope is in the kindness of strangers. All three teens are driven from their homes to follow very different paths. They face dark times of heartbreak and new temptations. But there may be ways out and better futures, if they are willing to take risks. What will they choose, and will they ever see each other again? The Wild Roses is a coming-of-age drama for all ages that speaks honestly of love, loss, jealousy, coercion and self-discovery.
AUTHOR: Shirley Mandel Satterfield GENRE: Poetry BOOK REVIEW: Shirley Mandel Satterfield has surprised us again with her unlimited talent. “Pet Peeves and Whimsical Poems”, is a deviation from her usual and methodical thoughts…