What A Remarkable Book!!! A Must Read!

What A Remarkable Book!!! A Must Read!

Dying To Forget (The Station) [Kindle Edition]

Sometimes the day you die is only the beginning of a new job.

Piper Willow dies the summer after her high school graduation and finds herself in a spiritual terminal called the Station. She’s given only two choices: Move on to the unknown where she’ll be forced to spend an eternity in her own personal hell or be trained as a Volunteer and return to Earth as the subconscious for a person in need of outside assistance. Does Piper have what it takes to save a life, to be the nagging voice inside another person’s head? Or will she fail and end up lost and tormented…forever?

“Excuse me, Niles…I mean, Mr. Abbott. But, where are we?”
“I’ll explain everything to you dear, just as soon as we reach the Station.”
“What station? We aren’t in the hospital? Where’s my Dad?”
“No Piper, this isn’t the hospital, and your father is at home…he’s fine. Please, follow me.”
He turns away and continues on through the light. I hang my head, staring at my bare feet as we walk. Even though my cuts are gone, I keep rubbing my arm. It’s soothing. I almost bump into Niles when he stops abruptly.
“We’re here,” he says softly.

A Review from K.S. Haigwood – “Truly one of the best novels I’ve read in a long time. I can’t say enough about this book, but spoilers are not my thing, so I will just say as much as I can without over doing it. Don’t want to spoil it for anyone, but I do want to encourage you to read it.

I can only imagine how many people think about commiting suicide in this cruel world every day. Whether it’s work, family, lifestyle or something tragic that has happened that one believes they can’t possibly go on living with anymore, ‘The Station’ gives those that have given up another option besides Hell(although that is totally still an option). Being a volunteer is not an easy task, nor is it something that should be chosen lightly. Ride with Piper on her journey in the after-life. I promise you will be picking up ‘Dying To Remember’ as soon as you finish the last page. I highly recommend this novel to anyone between the ages of 14 – 100.”

A Prayer on a Shining Star – By Joshua Sylcox 3/2/2014


I look up to the sky.

I take a breath.

The air is cold and un-wanting.

Fingers and toes are numb.

I have no places of my own to call home.

I have no place to go no place to stay.

No places to call my own.

My only companion is the biter cold and the shoulders of the people that I thought loved me.

But all I feel is the bitter cold that comes from their shoulders as they turn and walked away.

Their love turns to some thing strange and un-wanting.

I fight to show my love for them but I get nothing back in return.

Along with the hurt and loneliness’, comes the cold, bitter cold that consumes all other emotion and eats at ones soul and my heart consumed by it.

I get lost in despair as I look at the world I once wanted to hold and embrace with open arms’ know want to see burn.

I sit on a park bench.

I look up to the sky and I ask God why, why is all of this happening why.

I wish I had some one to love.

Someone that saw me for who I am and understood me.

Please god there has to be someone that can love me.

In the sky I see a star its bright but fading like me.

It looks likes it has sorrow with it of its own.

I put my hands up to it grab it and hold it.

It’s so warm but even with its sorrows and troubles I welcome it with open arms.

I look down at the now fading star and its growing brighter and brighter and now I’m not cold any more. Then I felt something I hadn’t in a long time.

It felt familiar.

I look again I see a face, a face that I liked.

Looking at a face that brought me joy and happiness.

I feel my soul begin to light up.

I feel this over whelming sense of joy that I can hardly contain.

All of a sudden the star has arms and it uses them to hold me.

I put my arms around her and it says to me I feel safe with you.

My heart stirs and I feel tears come to my eyes they are tears of overwhelming joy that I had never felt before.

My body is now warm and the coldness as left.

I feel what I haven’t in a long time.

Could this be?

Could this be what I’ve been seeking for so long?

She looks at me and those eyes told me every thing I wanted to know.

Answered all of my questions.

They feed me.

Feed my soul and my heart her words and laughter gave me joy.

Then I asked her a question.

I asked if I could kiss her and she said yes.

So we did.

It was as if it was my very first kiss.

I didn’t ever want anther kiss from another because that kiss did something that nobody else’s had ever done.

It awakened my soul made me shine so bright that you could see my happiness.

Then she took me by the hand and we shot up to the havens and became two stars shinning side by side. Never to leave each other and I wasn’t alone ever again now I had a home.

I found my place of my own.

I finally found some places that I belonged and I finally found that person that I belonged with and finally loved me for me.

Lizards, squirming slim, and talking cars…ok I’m hooked, Gotta Read it!

Lizards, squirming slim, and talking cars...ok I'm hooked, Gotta Read it!

Nucor: Seasons of the Moons [Kindle Edition]

Thomas Harwick has problems – He cannot remember his involvement in the scant wars. Scratchy memories with feelings of dread link him to a past he wants to forget. A nightmare hangs over him, casting an evil shadow. Thrums invade the planet threatening to murder all its inhabitants whose hatred for each other dates back centuries. Thomas must unite them in order for the planet to survive. A battle for possession, conquest and survival ensues.
Nucor – Season of the Moons Who Will Survive

Don’t Look Into His Eyes If You Have Something To Hide…Love This Book!

Don't Look Into His Eyes If You Have Something To Hide...Love This Book!

Private Eye: Cameron Caldwell Mystery [Kindle Edition]

Ex-cop Cameron Caldwell swears he’ll never work for a police department again. But, after getting a DUI in his police cruiser it isn’t really an issue. The real issue now is staying alive. Cameron knows secrets that could cost him his life and flees to what he hopes is a quiet mountain retreat. Launching a detective agency in the town of Miner’s Bluff, he unknowingly stumbles into a world of murder, moonshine, shifty characters, and even deeper secrets.

But the biggest secret belongs to him. It’s the cornerstone of all his troubles. Cam can look into another’s eyes and see their darkest sin—their most evil act. And it’s beginning to take a toll on his sanity.

The murder investigations of his past and present collide as Cam tries to keep his life from unraveling and his eyes from tearing him apart.

Featured Author of the week, Jason Deas

Featured Author of the week, Jason Deas

Jason Deas has taught art in elementary schools for over a decade. He is a songwriter, sculptor, and makes a mean pot of chili. Most of his writing used to take place at Georgia campgrounds, inside a three-man tent or sitting at an uncomfortable concrete picnic table. He wouldn’t have had it any other way until he one day found a 70’s-model camper where he now writes in luxury. After writing Birdsongs, a mystery for adults, his nieces asked him to write a book for kids. He granted their wish and wrote Camp Timber View. He had so much fun writing it he wrote another middle grade novel titled The Big Stinky City. Jason also has two other books in the Benny James mystery series titled Pushed and Brushed Away. Jason currently finished a book in his new detective series titled Private Eye.

Survival means doing what you must…WOW!!! Must Read!

Survival means doing what you must...WOW!!! Must Read!

Lucky Thirteen (The Raiford Chronicles) [Kindle Edition]

Twelve women are dead, and a thirteenth is missing. Detective Ray Reynolds races time to catch a killer. Nothing ties the victims together, except the way in which they died. What Ray discovers blows him away as the battle takes on a supernatural element. There’s just one small catch — evidence points to Ray as the murderer.

From a small town in Mississippi, Larkin Sloan is a dynamic young teacher in the equally small town of Eau Bouease, Louisiana. Abducted, she foregoes common sense and rational behavior in order to stay alive and not become the thirteenth victim of a serial killer.