This article examines and describes the awards for children's literature and picture books. These awards are a helpful guide in choosing books for children.
A review of this very interesting new take on the Nativity story, written for Jews and Muslims, yet respectful of Christians.
A review of the book that takes you through the world of dance marathons, a nursing school with a holier-than-thou director, and so much more.
A review of this blockbuster psychological thriller with strong female characters.
Review of a book so well-written, you would never know it is the author’s first novel. This is the story of a translator at a German POW camp in Minnesota during World War II, that is eerily like today's world in many ways.
This article defines what sets the cozy mystery apart from other books of the mystery genre, and shares some of the author's favorites.
Diane Chamberlain's books always deal with important issues. This one is no different, and can't be published soon enough for today's generation.
Review of a poignant story of learning to live and love again after experiencing grief.
A page-turner if there ever was one. This compelling thriller tells the story of two men who accepted the challenge to decipher the words on the no-longer-missing Nixon tapes.
This is a review of an important and beautifully written work of historical fiction, not just for history lovers, but for all people. It should be required reading for history courses.
This RomCom entertains as well as examines the world of young girls’ gymnastics, and the pressures they endure.
This charming book of an unlikely group of friends will make you want to read all of Jane Austen's novels.
An intriguing story that addresses several ethical and social issues while being funny, sexy, and solving a murder mystery.
Books 2 and 3 of a series of historical romances and Christian fiction. Historically accurate, and heartwarming.
Rookie lawyer surreptitiously drawn into corruption at a large law firm. He befriends some homeless veterans who save his life, and help to expose the corruption.
This is a book you won't be able to close until the end. The main character will stay with you for a long time.
If you ever doubted we need a free press, you must read this book that describes a time in our history when journalists actually could be prosecuted for telling the truth, and exposing corruption.
Romantic comedy that combines cutting edge genetic research with romance and the life struggles of being a single mom.
Compelling story told in flashbacks, that explores PTSD and drug use among veterans, as well as alcoholism, child abuse and neglect, and teenage bullies.
An article to introduce The Grumpy Book Reviewer, and the let readers know what to expect from her.