by the Reader’s Carnival team
Craig Lincoln writes about a recent read:
I just finished the the book One Wrong Move Can Kill by Elaine Fields Smith, this story is a very graphic account of being involved with the wrong people at the wrong time. It is also an expose on the 80’s drug era and the dramatic effects that drugs have over those people that are addicted to them. The story has been based on facts from the judicial trials of the main character and this drives home the strong message of the book. I recommend this book to all members of WC it is a rewarding though at times difficult read. More on this book including a cool trailer at: http://www.blazingstarbooks.com
Rebecca Braun also offers this gem:
I recently finished reading this book, The Mulligan by Nathan Jorgenson. For anyone who has or is experiencing a Life Change or who believes in second chances, this novel may be for you… I found it to be inspiring. The lead character, Joe Mix, gives up his successful career as a dentist and leaves his unhappy marriage to travel out west and discover his true purpose in life. Like the title, he is granted a “mulligan” or a “do over” time in his life. I could relate to all of his emotional and self-realizing moments, and found it to be a very good read. More at his website: http://www.nathanjorgenson.com
As well, Heather Little would like to announce her self-published novel, Chubber. It’s now available on Amazon. From the back of the book:
Meet Lucy, known as Chubber to her Dad and her Nana Poole, but plain old Lucy to herself and her friends. Follow her as she struggles with uncertainty and self-doubt at being the only chubby one of her friends, the excitement of discovering boys and the agony of approaching womanhood.