Win a Paperback of Vacations With Buster by London Lake Pickett

“Vacations with Buster” is the second book in a series about guide dogs and blindness. London Lake Pickett shares experiences she has had with her guide dog named Buster. Although it is a children’s book, the story will entertain and educate all readers. a Rafflecopter giveawayRead More

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Latest Book Reviews

Young Moon (Water Worlds) by St. Ours, H. S. - Review

Geared towards young teenager girls. This fast paced easy flowing book will sweep you up. This dystopian book is told through the eyes of a young Chinese/Korean girl. Who could change the outcome of the World. Even though it is told from Young Moons perspective looking back. I felt she was too wise for her […]Read More

Welcome Home: A Short Story by William Hage - Review

This book blew my mind! It was way to short and I pouted.  I loved the plot and writting style.  Its a horror based storyline that grabs your spine and holds on. If you like quick crazy stories this is for you What Does Momma H Think? Welcome Home: A Short Story by William Hage 5 […]Read More

Winter's End by Clarissa Cartharn - Review

I am not too sure how to rate this one. I’m torn between3*/4*. The beginning of the book was very back and forth. It jumped between the past and the present. However, as the book moved forward I became more intrigued. I enjoyed the overall book and cast of characters. The romance was filled with […]Read More

Waiting for Dusk by Nancy Pennick - Review

Waiting for Dusk was a pretty good read for me. The pacing of the plot was good and I felt the transitions between the two times were solid. I really enjoyed the dream world. It’s set in the past. I found the characters delightful and the description beautiful. The time spent in the dream world […]Read More

Dominic (Slater Brothers) by L.A. Casey - Review

I struggled with my rating on this book. There are parts I really loved and parts I didn’t like. L.A. Casey’s debut novel Dominic is about letting go of pain and learning to trust yourself. What I loved. The passion between the 2 main characters. Bronagh is a lonely depressed firsthand Irish girl. She has […]Read More

We the Separate Together by Jaye Viner - Review

 This is a deep thought provoking short story. This is a fantasy based novella about segregation.  The authors did a fantastic job of building each race. The dominate race was rather disturbing and violent, much like our history.  The book stopped rather abruptly(though complete) I think it would benefit from being turned into a longer […]Read More

Heart of the Witch by Judy Goodwin - Review

The Promise of the Child is an interesting book that if you are picking it up blind, it is hard to decide which genre it falls into. There are times when it seems to be historical, modern, fantastical and sci-fi all at the same time. The author’s note falling at the end of the book […]Read More

Heart of the Witch by Judy Goodwin - Review

This is a good coming of age story. The young man has to leave home in fear of being accused of witchcraft. He is a well developed character with some interesting shall we say flaws. The book has a great plot but felt drawn out in a few places. Not enough to deter me from […]Read More

Bright Horizons by Wilson Harp - Review

This is a pretty good short story. The story had a good flow with lots of bursts of action. The story is heavily sci-fi with some quirky aliens in it. I think the story could have benifoted from more depth as in longer and more detailed charaters. Its one that reminds me of old black […]Read More

Buried Secrets by Brandi Salazar - Review

I really enjoyed this story. It plays with your mind and sweeps you in from page one.This book deals with the mind and its power of protection. Even though the storyline was a bit predictable. You never truly know what is going to happen or how. It is a shorter story and moved along quickly. […]Read More

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Latest Author Interviews

Interview with Lynne Constantine

I have the pleasure of hosting Lynne Constantine on Blog Tour! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! M: What is the working title of your book? LC: Circle Dance M: Where did the idea come from for your book? LC: My sister and I have always enjoyed reading books about families […]Read More

The Birr Elixir (The Legend of the Gamesment) (Volume 1) by Jo Sparkes - Interview

M: After having read The Birr Elixir I’m thoroughly impressed. This can’t be your “first time at the rodeo.” Have you written any other fiction? JS: Oooh – thank you. This is indeed my first published fiction book. M: If yes where can we get, because you’ve made a fan of me. If no, have […]Read More

Interview with Anne Marie Stoddard

I’ve recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Anne Marie Stoddard at a wonderful Italian restaurant! We talked about everything under the sun including her MUST read Cozy Mystery Murder at Castle Rock! M: I know that you were inspired by some of your teachers, can you tell us what about those teachers really […]Read More

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Momma's Favorite Mommas

In the spirit of Mother’s Day I wanted to talk about some of Momma’s Favorite Mommas who are also authors! These ladies write books that I love to read. I have had the chance to talk with a few of them and I have to say that they are so genuinely sweet! They really are […]Read More

Patrick Rothfuss Author Review

Patrick Rothfuss, the author of The Name of the Wind, The Wise Man’s Fear and another little known book The Adventures of the Princess and Mr. Whiffle, is a quirky witty fellow with a big heart. Rothfuss’ writing style is one that should be revered; he has found the sweet spot in the middle of […]Read More

Sarra Cannon Author Review

Sarra Cannon is the author of The Peachville High Demon Series. Momma loves Harper & Jackson with their crazy dynamic that takes a very interesting turn! If you are into Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, Young Adult books Momma Says “READ this series”. With Cannon’s gripping writing style you feel completely immersed in Harper Madison’s world. […]Read More

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