Book Reviews, Reviews

Robin Adair – The second Carlingford Chronicles is finally out!

Whitney L. Schwartz’s third book is finally out! I’ve been waiting for a long time to be able to read this! I will admit, I read this book several times before I got the chance to review, but it was worth it. 😀 Robin Adair, a minor character in Mona Lisa, now has her very own book!

Robin’s never had an easy life, and now is no different. Her Ma is still dying, and her Da is still drinking. To top it all of, Niall Ahern and Shane O’Reilly are chasing her.

She’s always been a bit sweet on Shane since childhood. But he’s fallen from godly ways. Robin thinks he can change though. All he needs is a little persuasion.

Things at home get worse, till she can’t stand staying there anymore. Shane has problems… problems Robin knows she can fix if he marries her. And so… they strike up an… arrangement. A marriage of convenience.

But Niall…. is angry at the arrangement, to say the least.

Will Shane ever change? Will they ever find true love? Will Niall suck up his loss… or is tragedy about to hit the new marriage?

Ireland comes to life with Whitney’s writing, as does Robin, Shane and the Mona and Brogan’s new little bundle. 😀

Definitely check it out on Amazon if you get a chance. Click here for the link.

Happy reading, all! I hope you enjoy!

Thoughts about Writing

Thursday 360

Hey all you writing fans!!

I found a cool writing contest called Thursday 360!! Come check it out!! Even if you don’t like to write, there will be plenty of stories to read!!

The description given by Whitney:

Welcome to Thursday 360!

Are you a Christian writer? Think you can write a mind-blowing short story in 360 words or less? Let’s see what you’ve got!

Here’s How it Works

New posts will publish here on Thursdays. Write a 360-word (or less) flash fiction story based on the photo prompt and post it in the comments section below. The results will be posted the following Thursday along with the new prompt. Winner will get the opportunity to display the Champion’s Badge on their website.

Rules and What-not

The rules are pretty simple. All entries must be posted by midnight EST the following Monday. They must be original, unpublished stories inspired by the photo prompt and they must have no more than 360 words (title doesn’t count). Stories don’t have to be Christian in subject matter, but cannot contain foul language, erotic, anti-Christian content, etc… (Let’s try to keep it G-rated, folks.) By posting, you attest that your entry conforms to these rules; I am in no way liable if it doesn’t. I reserve the right to reject/delete anything that does not follow the rules.

All entries remain the property of their authors.

Be sure to check it out!!!

Book Reviews, Reviews

Mona Lisa by Whitney L. Schwartz


Mona Lisa, by Whitney L. Schwartz, is a good rainy-afternoon book. The way she describes everything will make you feel like you are actually in Ireland, running with Mona over the hills.

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