Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Book Review: The Goddess of Death: The Selanian Chronicles: Volume 3 by Peter Krausche




It's the spring of 1997 in Bend, Oregon, and Theresa has grown into a bright but treacherously beautiful young woman. But she would gladly sacrifice her long, golden locks and dark blue eyes to get rid of her ghastly premonitions. Things get worse when her latest vision of a double homicide comes true right in the town where she lives. As the bodies start piling up, she and her friends must figure out why this cross-state serial killer is mutilating their victims in the most horrific way and try to stop them before more people are killed.

On Chyoradan, the High Priestess Tamenisa Larutas must comfort her friend Tura, whose husband was murdered when he tried to secure information that could help them expose the sinister machinations of the elders of the Advisory Council. Tamenisa believes she can only save the situation by donning the guise of the Nightwraith, a mythical figure from the time of the Piralian Civil War 4,500 years ago. Through her nightly escapades, she hopes to gather enough evidence to stop their enemies and save herself and her friends.

Meanwhile, 4,500 years earlier on Piral, the Selanian Conference in Tolares is over after only one day, making it clear that the leaders of the Western Alliance were never interested in constructive participation but had always planned to sabotage the proceedings. Now Nova must warn the population that an army of roughly 50,000 troops will march upon their city within a week and they don't even remotely have the amount of resources they need to stand against them.
But because of what happened to her twenty years ago, Nova feels broken and doesn't know how to cope with her feelings for the young Lord Tolares, making it difficult for her to concentrate on the immense task at hand. When she hears of a sinister figure, who their enemies call the Nightwraith and who has been killing off members of the Black Guard to avenge the atrocities they committed, Nova knows that the Goddess of Death has already been awakened, and the time when her wrath will be unleashed is swiftly approaching.


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REVIEW

The Selanian Chronicles plunges down the dark rabbit hole in The Goddess of Death. Both tales also start to slowly leak into each other keeping you craving the crescendo that will bring it all together. Note you need to read the first two book in order to grasp the effects in The Goddess of Death. The prologue stories from the previous two books continue on in The Willow. We start to finally see how these prologue stories start to relate to our main title Goddess of Death.


In The Goddess of Death secrets, tragedy and tensions explode wide open as a hit is put out on the Catyana’s family. The Faren’s though are special. Catyana and her siblings are prophecy incarnate. To make things worse After the failed conference in Tolares the Western Alliance and their army is marching towards Nova her crew in to seize control.

When tragedy strikes the Goddess of Death is unleashed with the mythical Nightwraith by her side. Villiam’s true identity is revealed (still what is he? So many questions still!), yet what is his connection to the Nightwraith? Who the Nightwraith is will blow your mind! This is only the tip of the action that happens in The Goddess of Death

The best book in the series so far. Krausche indeed comes into his writing in this book holding no punches with his stubble undertone of the evil elements of civil war shrouding it in sci-fi fantasy action. His characters are written real and frustratingly complex. You love them. You hate them. Want to slap some sense into them. It makes them really real and true to their setting and environment. I eagerly await to see the fates that await us in the following volumes. The Goddess of Death has merely begun.






ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Peter Krausche was born in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, to an enlisted officer of the US Air Force and grew up in Kettering, Ohio. After his parents divorced, his German mother remarried a Swiss citizen, and they moved to Switzerland when he was 13.
 He has always enjoyed reading and watching science fiction and fantasy, although he doesn't mind a good romance, some drama or mystery, or even a thriller. The influence of authors such as C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Frank Herbert, Isaac Asimov, Stephen Lawhead, and Karl May are still noticeable in his work. The first drafts of The Rose and The Alley (the preludes to The Emissary and The High Priestess) were actually written in 1991 when he returned to Switzerland after a stay in Central Oregon. 
But life happens, and he turned aside from his attempts at serious writing for more than a decade. In the fall of 2003, he dug up his old manuscripts and started working on the Selanian Chronicles, a labor of love that has continued off and on to the present day. As with the creations of other visionary artists, it's his desire to bring light into the darkness and to suggest more uplifting and spiritual possibilities of life by placing the eternal values of love, hope, and faith at the center of his message. His personal experience has been that transcendence to higher ideals is often accompanied by the refining pain inherent to the process of transformation, and he attempts to incorporate these experiences into his writing. Last but not least, he considers himself a hopeless romantic who doesn't mind losing himself in the beauty of a flaming sunset. This personality trait naturally colors everything he writes, but he believes it enriches rather than diminishes his stories, and he hopes his readers agree.

Thursday, May 21, 2020

BookSpotlight: Our Hearts are Blind by Hedi Sprouse



Today we are happy to be a part of R&R's Book Blog Tour once again! 

Helping them spotlight. Our Hearts are Blind by Hedi Sprouse.



Publication Date: May 5, 2020

Genre: Historical Fiction/ Romance

Heidi Sprouse does it again !! Our Hearts Are Blind will capture the readers attention immediately and continue holding you tight until you read the last word…..

In Our Hearts are Blind as the world is divided and in the midst of the Civil War, one family is also at war amongst themselves. Thomas Cooke is the youngest son to a rich and powerful plantation owner. Thomas and his older brother Beau have a great life….they have indoor plumbing, their house is beautiful, their closets are overflowing with beautiful clothing, they attend parties and they are loved and cherished by their parents and each other. Even though they have everything they could possibly want, Thomas cannot help but feel empty and confused.

His family is surrounded by workers, workers in the fields and around the house, maintaining the land. These workers have been a part of Thomas’s life forever but he cannot help but feel it is wrong because these workers are actually slaves…..and one of them, Caroline, has captured his heart. Thomas fell in love with Caroline when they were young and her mother would watch the two of them as she carried on her duties in the house. To the world, this feeling of love between Thomas and Caroline is wrong because Thomas is white and Caroline is black.

Thomas will do whatever it takes to be with Caroline….even leave the home and family he loves. Thomas knows that he cannot live this life anymore, it is a lie and it is tearing him up inside, he needs to do the right thing and help free the slaves even if it disappoints his family and he can never go back to his entitled life.

Follow Thomas on the hardest journey he will ever face. It will surprise the reader to see where it goes and who goes with him….. We can only HOPE Thomas gets his happily ever after.

“Our Hearts are Blind is not only a love story, but it is also a story about devotion and commitment, it is a story about conflict, it is a story about relationships and the bond between family.”

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Excerpt
At the sound of approaching footsteps, Beau signaled to him to be quiet. A willowy, statuesque woman in a dress the color of the heavy cream in Thomas’ morning coffee joined them, carrying a tray of chilled drinks. Her dark hair was braided around her head like a crown, one of Mama’s pink roses tucked behind her ear. Her skin, rich mahogany, glistened in the morning light. She set his heart to pounding and stole his breath away. She carefully placed a mint julep on the table at his brother’s side with a slight bow of her head, grace embodied in the form of a woman.

“Thank you, Caroline,” Beau told her politely.

Even her name was lovely, taken from their paternal grandmother. Her mother, Amelia, was named after their maternal grandmother. They were both favorites in a long line of help that dated back at least a century.

She slowly approached Thomas, giving him one glance of her creek-water eyes before dipping her head demurely. As she placed his drink in his hand, her finger grazed his skin. It was as if someone set him on fire. He wanted to latch on. Pull her into his arms. Set her on his lap and see if she would fit. He knew that she would. A blush seeped into her cheeks. She gave him a nervous smile and slipped away.

Beau’s eyes snapped as he set his drink down so hard it nearly shattered, “Is she what this is all about, why you are so upset? Brother, you need to stop this right now!”

Thomas shot up from his chair and made for the stairs when his mother stepped onto the veranda. Alicia Cooke somehow always managed to look cool and put together, not a hair out of place, her thick strands tucked neatly in a twist at the back of her head. Her day gown in a pale rose complemented her dark complexion perfectly. She was adept at putting out fires and unruffling feathers. Like a rudder silently at work beneath the surface of the water, she could steer her family in the right direction. She had an uncanny sense of when something was wrong. With her household, her husband, or her sons. Her forehead creased in the middle as she stopped her youngest and placed her hand under his chin. “Whatever is the matter?”

She usually had the power to soothe him. With her quiet ways, he often thought his mother understood him best. Right now, nothing would put him at ease. He pushed the air between his teeth and dipped in to give her a peck on the cheek. “I just need to go for a walk, Mama. The heat is getting to me and has put me in a foul mood.”






ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Heidi Sprouse is a resident of historic Johnstown in upstate NY and went to college at St. Rose in Albany.

Heidi started her journey to becoming an author when she was just a child. She would practice creative writing with her friends and continued to write on through college. It wasn’t until her early thirties, after her father passed away, that she began seriously penning words with the intent to write books. As an author, Heidi opens a window into her worlds of sweet romances, historical fiction, and suspense thrillers. She’s always in search of the finding the extraordinary within the ordinary; writing about strong men with old-fashioned values and the women who pick them up when they fall.

When she isn’t writing, she adores spending time with her husband Jim, her son Patrick and her furry canine kids. She also has a rewarding career as a Pre-K teacher.

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Monday, May 4, 2020

Book Review: The High Priestess: The Selanian Chronicles Volume 2 by Peter Krausche






Three years have passed since the events portrayed in The Rose in the first volume of the Selanian Chronicles. Melina's sister, the former High Priestess, has vanished, and Melina's husband Talas is riddled with guilt because he believes he's to blame for her disappearance. Together, he and Melina decide to travel to the Forbidden Planet in the hope of finding her. Melina's friend, the High Priestess Tamenisa Larutas, has a bad feeling about the trip and tries to dissuade Melina from going. But Tamenisa is also hoping to gain Melina's help in her battle against the sinister forces at work in the Advisory Council. She knows her own troubled past is an overwhelming obstacle in this struggle, and if she can't find some answers and get herself under control, she fears all might be lost.
After the tragic events of The Emissary on the planet Piral, Nova, Catyana, and Vilam are on their way to Tolares to participate in the upcoming conference. The main goal of the conference is to defuse the increasing tensions between the eastern and western provinces before the situation escalates into a full-fledged war. But most people are attending because the conference is also the debut of the mysterious new High Priestess, who was chosen after the assassination of the former High Priestess and whose identity has been kept secret to protect her and her loved ones from a similar fate as her predecessor.
But Catyana's seemingly innocent actions two days ago, in which she transformed a large artifact from corten steel to pink granite, have had unforeseen consequences. Because of her rapidly evolving powers, someone believes Catyana poses a threat and has contracted an assassin from the Order of the Novantan to kill her. The problem is that the only way to cancel the contract is to figure out who the assassin is and eliminate them, permanently. What with the constant impressions of impending doom that have been hanging over her like a dark cloud for weeks, and the additional shock of having been torn away from her family and therefore the only familiar environment she has ever known, Catyana is close to despair and seems to be unraveling. Nova wants to help Catyana, but she doesn't know what's wrong with her or why her friend has been so anxious these past weeks. How can Nova prepare for the upcoming conference, protect Catyana, and find and eliminate the assassin, while she's so confused about her own emotions after seeing the young Lord Tolares again? Find out by reading the second volume of the Selanian Chronicles, The High Priestess



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REVIEW



Continuing from The Emissary: Volume 1 of the Selanian Chronicles both tales continue in The High Priestess as we see slowly how these two stories are slowly intertwining into one. Krausche promises it will all make sense in the completion. In volume 2 there is The Alley, a continuation from The Rose in the first book. We subsequently continue on from the events of The Emissary as days draw ever close to the Conference of Tolares. It is here the news of who the new High Priestess is ultimately revealed. Vilam Nova, Catyana, and crew barley arrive as an assassination arrow hits their carriage marked for Catyana. It was just a warning shot thought to alert the crew the assassin is coming. The trouble is when will they strike? Holding Catyana closer to them they move on to the Conference.


At the Conference, the new High Priestess is revealed to the masses as the already existing tension between the east and west Provinces and Selanian Order explodes. This widens the theory that Vilam may undoubtedly be the Emissary, and that Catyana may be their golden goddess of hope or their doom.

The High Priestess is a book you grudgingly can’t put down. Krausche does not produce one section where you are not intrigued. Though I did wonder if certain parts were necessary as the flow of the book is very drug out. It wasn’t until I was 70% in that, the book truly kicked into gear and hit its mark. It was totally worth it, though.  Krausche delivers a delicious climax that is a feast for your eyes. The next installment is called The Goddess of Death. Giddy up folks.






ABOUT THE AUTHOR





Peter Krausche was born in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, to an enlisted officer of the US Air Force and grew up in Kettering, Ohio. After his parents divorced, his German mother remarried a Swiss citizen, and they moved to Switzerland when he was 13. He has always enjoyed reading and watching science fiction and fantasy, although he doesn't mind a good romance, some drama or mystery, or even a thriller. The influence of authors such as C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Frank Herbert, Isaac Asimov, Stephen Lawhead, and Karl May are still noticeable in his work. The first drafts of The Rose and The Alley (the preludes to The Emissary and The High Priestess) were actually written in 1991 when he returned to Switzerland after a stay in Central Oregon. But life happens, and he turned aside from his attempts at serious writing for more than a decade. In the fall of 2003, he dug up his old manuscripts and started working on the Selanian Chronicles, a labor of love that has continued off and on to the present day.

As with the creations of other visionary artists, it's his desire to bring light into the darkness and to suggest more uplifting and spiritual possibilities of life by placing the eternal values of love, hope, and faith at the center of his message. His personal experience has been that transcendence to higher ideals is often accompanied by the refining pain inherent to the process of transformation, and he attempts to incorporate these experiences into his writing.

Last but not least, he considers himself a hopeless romantic who doesn't mind losing himself in the beauty of a flaming sunset. This personality trait naturally colors everything he writes, but he believes it enriches rather than diminishes his stories, and he hopes his readers agree.



Thursday, April 23, 2020

Blog Tour Stop: Summer Thunder by A.B. Gibson

The Book Tour Bus Stops Here! We are happy to be a part of R&R Book Tours for Summer Thunder by A.B. Gibson.

Today the bus stops here at Indie's Review! Book Spot Light, please!





 Looking for a dreamy romance to escape into, check out Summer Thunder by A.B. Gibson!


 Summer Thunder

Publication Date: October 15th, 2019

Genre: Contemporary Romance

A Modern-Day Fairy Tale That Will Have Readers Swooning

Lily is headstrong, independent, and stuck in a loop of bad luck. She makes fairy figurines that customers buy to bring them good luck, but her merchandise doesn’t seem do the same for her. Maybe it’s because she doesn’t believe in them.

Theos is handsome and charismatic, a kite-surfing superstar who travels the world. So why is he drawn to Lily and the store on a California beach she struggles to keep afloat? And could she be the one to trigger the awakening of his unusual destiny?

“Summer Thunder is one of the most anticipated romance novel debuts this year.” — Kendra Goldsborough, Four Seasons Books



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 Here is a stunning EXCERPT


 “The wind and water are perfect,” he announced. “Come out here, and I’ll help you on.”

 Lily waded in, experiencing the weird first-time feeling of water against a wetsuit. A wave broke and splashed in her face. While she was wiping her eyes, a larger wave crashed on top of her, throwing her into the surf. She staggered to her feet, but a third wave pounded her under water again. “I’m done!” She pushed her matted hair from her eyes and spit out sand. “I told you I couldn’t do it.”
“Don’t be silly. It’s impossible to stay dry in this sport, even for me. Be glad you got that part over. Here, grab my arm.”

The way his hands glided over the rigging gave her confidence, and she was glad not to have to worry which clips attached to what pieces of hardware.

“Ready?” He gave her that mischievous look again.

“Are you insane? What am I supposed to do now? I’m terrified!”

“Ha-ha. Nothing. You didn’t think I’d let you go up alone, did you? You’ll be with me the whole time. We’re going tandem.”

He held the bar with one hand as he leaned her back against his chest and positioned her feet on the board. His slick wetsuit felt strangely soft against hers, and she pressed closer to him. Then he wrapped his other arm around her and grabbed the bar for lift off. In seconds, they were up and speeding over the waves. He squeezed her slightly before he made the board make its first jump. She screamed in delight, and they jumped again. When he suddenly whipped the board around and reversed their direction, her body rolled into his strong arms, and she felt safe.

“Put your arms on top of mine.” She gripped each of his hands, and when she lowered her arms over his, it was as though a circuit had been closed. A massive jolt of energy raced through her body and from that moment she registered every twitch of his muscles as he pushed and pulled on the bar making subtle changes in direction and speed.

He put his mouth close to her ear, and she could feel his breath when he shouted, “Get ready to pop!”

They lifted off the surface, and Lily watched their magic carpet fly higher and higher into the sky and farther from the shoreline. So, this is what they mean by hang time, she thought and wondered how long they could float. His left hand released its grip, and she felt his arm tighten around her waist.

“Here we go!” The double somersault on the return down was more thrilling than any amusement park ride, and she held him tight long after they landed back on the water.

 “Want to go back in?”

She was having the time of her life. “No. Keep going. I love this!”

They were far from the shore when he took the bar again with both hands, turned the board around and screamed toward shore.

 “Hold on!”

 He pulled the board up to jump, and when he brought it down, she looked back to see they were speeding across a giant wave like the ones she’d seen in videos. In his fitted suit, hair spraying straight behind him, Theos looked every bit a god. They rode the crest all the way in, and the board came to a stop at precisely where they started.

He let her drop into the water. It was over her head, and she bounced on her toes. He let her cling to him, and she couldn’t stop laughing from relief and joy all at once. He leaned into the sway of the ocean and intuitively adjusted his weight to suit the jerking made by the crosscurrents. Suddenly, he wrapped his arms around her middle and pulled her into a quick embrace.

She pressed her hands against his chest to maintain some space, but she found the rapid thump of her heart entirely pleasant.

“What are you doing?”

“I’m trying to kiss you, silly. Isn’t it obvious?”

 Then it came to her. Theos had just helped her overcome one of her greatest fears. Helping her with another made perfect sense, and she had no problem reciprocating.








ABOUT THE AUTHOR





 With over four decades in the advertising business, Alan has written and produced television, radio, print and digital commercials and built his reputation as one of the most creative players in entertainment advertising. Not content with writing in thirty and sixty-second formats, he took to novel writing in 2015 and published three best-selling mystery/thrillers, under the pen name of A.B. Gibson. High Voltage is published by Story Merchant Books.

Alan’s first book, The Dead of Winter, is the inspiration for The Seeding, a feature film he is producing with Ken Atchity Productions. Gibson also is an Executive Producer of The Book of Leah, a feature film due for release in 2020.
He serves as Co-founder and Chairman of OneClick.chat, a video social engagement platform startup that often competes for time with his writing.

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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Book Review: Sundance (The Council of Twelve Series Book 2) by A. J. Alexander






Sundance is a promising young Warrior Angel, the first in centuries to join the Divine Army. With the help of one of the most powerful Archangels, her skill and talent develop, allowing her to master some of the most difficult tasks that face her kind.
Sundance, under the supervision of the ‘Council of Twelve’ seeks to prove that she deserves her unusual gifts in the eternal fight between good and evil. Follow her adventures as she discovers love fights the good fight and finds herself in the heat of battle trying to keep her wings from being singed.









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REVIEW


Sundance (The Council of Twelve Series Book 2) has renewed my love of fantasy/paranormal romance. I can honestly say no book has ever done that.
In book 2 we encounter 7-year-old Cara. Her parents tell her she is literally a gift from God...on a loan so to speak. You see her parents prayed for a child and God granted their wish, but she has to be returned after 7 years. When Cara suddenly falls ill with a mysterious illness, she awakens to find herself in heaven? Well sort of. She actually is told she is in sort of an angel army school to make sure if she is the right fit for the angelic army of God. Cara passes with flying colors and gains the new name of Sundance as she officially becomes a warrior angel in training. She excels at her position showcasing skills that have not been seen in an angel in a long time. This captures the attention of the Council of Twelve. Under their supervision, Sundance is exposed to her maximum potential with extraordinary powers. When evil strikes will Sundance be powerful enough to win against them? Or has her growing closeness and love with a human warrior she has fought beside hinder her? Got to read to find out!

A. J. Alexander has created a wonderful world here. Her writing is soft and poetic fantasy personified. Sundance herself is written with wit, innocence and kickass skills. Alexander's craft of writing action scenes is skilled. Alexander will have your attention at every page turn!

While this is book two in the series you really don’t have to of had to read book 1. Though it is recommended for there are cameo appearances from two of the leading characters from book 1. A delighted joy for me from having read book 1. Looking forward to the expansion of this series.

You can refer to my review of book 1 here 
    Soul Taker (The Council of Twelve Series Book 1)









ABOUT THE AUTHOR


A. J. Alexander is a fantasy author working on her first paranormal romance series. 'The Council of Twelve' series. The first book ‘Soul Taker’ was published December 15, 2018. She has written short stories and poetry in the past. Some of her poems can be seen on her popular blog 'Writer's Treasure Chest. In her rare free time, she is spending time extreme reading, excessive pool swimming and playing monster-monopoly. Her strongest support system is her sister, most of her family, her friends and her beautiful three cats.


To learn more about A. J. visit her website http://www.aurorajeanalexander.com/
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Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Book Review: Andro, A Knight of Tenby: A Romance Novella by Ronnda Eileen Henry




Andro was born in a small village in the mountains of the Kingdom of Tenby. At the age of eight, he's orphaned by an accident and goes to live with his grandparents in a small village near the seacoast called Andro's Nook. When he comes of age he begins training as a man-at-arms with the dream of becoming a knight and then knight commander. He achieves his goal and enters the service of a foreign king as captain of his personal guard. Little would he know that on his first day of service he would meet a young woman who would touch his heart, a widow with a small son. The problem was, she was the king's daughter and he only the son of a goatherder. In addition, rumor has it that she was promised to a nobleman of another kingdom. But danger would stalk the king, his daughter, and her son. Would Andro's courageous actions in defense of the monarch and his family be enough to win her heart and the approval of the king?



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                                                         REVIEW


 Henry’s best tale to date! It is actually the third book in her Knightly tales’ collection. The other two being Dunstan, A Knight of Crozby, and Edmund, A Knight of Selby. Andro, A Knight of Tenby tells the tale of Andro Erhard a young goat herder by trade. When tragedy strikes, he gets taken in by his grandparents and taken into the town of Andro’s Nook where he meets his best friend for life Devyn Archer. Both dreaming of their future Andro reveals he’s wanted to become a Knight of the King (his grandparent once served the king too.) Andro makes his dream come true soon rising to knight commander and Captain of his own troops. Sent to the kingdom of Uswick to assist the King there Andro meets the woman he would like to spend the rest of his days with. She happens to be the King's daughter, though. Andro though catches her attention by saving her son’s life. Danger soon erupts through endangering the would-be romance. The true danger though relies on the King. Will he allow their love to thrive?

I absolutely enjoyed this book! Presently I have read Henry’s works before, and this one stands out as number one in my opinion. The romance is flirtatious sweet and Henry goes completely dark in this tale is all I will state. I was altogether surprised by the turn of events. Typically, she is bright and happy with mediocre danger. Being that this tale is about a knight Henry I evaluate she could venture into that darker dangerous world of noble knights.

Henry will compel you to be engrossed with every word. I was utterly shocked and appalled as the characters were let me tell you! I do not want to give too much away, so I enthusiastically recommend Andro, Knight of Tenby.
On a bonus side, this novella is in connection to another tale she wrote “The Innkeepers Daughter." It’s the story behind in how Andro’s Nook was founded and how the Inn that is the center of Ando’s Nook was founded.









ABOUT THE AUTHOR



Ronnda Eileen Henry is originally from Michigan and was raised in California and Virginia. She read a lot of history, biography, science fiction, and regency romances when she was young, and her two favorite authors are Jane Austen and Aleksandra Layland. She has the heart of a romantic and believes romance is for people of any age. Sweet romance is her favorite, whether it's for a teenager or a person in middle age.
Retired now, she lives in Florida.




Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Book Review: Taking Action for a Better Tomorrow by Jeremy P. Boggess





In our world today there are monumental and exponential changes occurring. These changes are happening not just in the local, international, and global arenas, but even within ourselves. Looking at ourselves, our governments, our societies, humanity, and the world in general, many questions and concerns may come to mind. Let us explore these, and discuss our responsibilities and the necessary actions that will help guide us into our future. It is important to look beyond isolationism or globalization. There are many different contributing factors to our immediate surroundings, the cultures we live in, and the changing situations that all humanity shares. And there are also many different forms of cause and effect at work. We must examine all of humanity, from the various cultures and sub-cultures that exist to our individual selves. The purpose of this book is to have you ask a variety of engaging questions, both of yourself and about the world around you. I want to help you explore these deep questions so you can find answers that will ultimately help you survive the intense upheavals of today.




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REVIEW

Have you ever thought about this planet? Our future as a human being? Jeremy P. Boggess has contemplated it all within his book. He grips us, the world as we are presently, then subsequently discusses what will happen if we continue down this path we are taking. Will it end in our destruction? Do we entertain hope? Boggess advises us, hence, the title of his book that we can by “Taking Action for a Better Tomorrow.” Boggess captures our world and dissects it piece by piece splicing in the actions we can take to correct our social and global concerns. We can BE better. Not purely for ourselves but for society wise too. Boggess hints that a better world can start with just one person doing the right thing. Taking that against all odds stand.

Boggess writes with thought-provoking ease, yet letting us know this is purely his overall view. Yet his insight produces you think. This book is a highly recommended read especially if global socialism and world politics are your passions of interest.






ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ever since Jeremy Boggess was a small child, he has felt that there would be a chain of events set in motion and that his task would be to help us all through those changes.

He was born in 1971 in the United States of America, and in 2016 moved to Europe. In the 2000s he ran for the Idaho Senate several times as an independent with a desire to make a positive contribution to the lives of people. In 2008, while running for office, he self-published his first book of philosophical observations, Thoughts & Responsibilities. He graduated from Boise State University and Lewis-Clark State College with business degrees. Additionally, since childhood, he has studied philosophy and sociology because of his concern for the future of humankind.