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review 2017-06-04 12:57
Review: New Beginnings: Abel's Journey by Nicky James
New Beginnings: Abel's Journey by Nicky James - Nicky James


This was so beautiful.!! Abel's journey to happiness was so painful. His grief was unbearable and it was slowly killing him.

How happy I was for him that he found a friend in Kieran. Kieran who understood him and stood by him in his grief. And to see them develop feelings for each other, it would've pleased Landon so much...

"I’ll never be far from you. Just close your eyes and put a hand on your heart. That is where I will live eternally. You gave me more than I ever could have hoped for. You stood by my side through all of it. I love you, Abel. Please take care of yourself."

*wipes tears away


Although this book can be read as a standalone, I wouldn't recommend it. To really experience what Abel went through, you have to read his story with Landon first



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review 2017-06-01 19:28
New Attitude (A New Beginnings Book 2) - Kathryn R. Biel

For a star rating and full review please visit InD'tale magazine online, June 2017 issue. http://indtale.com/reviews/contempora...

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review 2016-03-05 02:14
Apparently I like scripts
Verity Xuereb-Smith - Steven Hugh

It wasn't until I reached this last book in the series, Verity Xuereb-Smith, that I figured out the reoccurring theme of all three books. (I was helped along a bit by the title of the trilogy, Beginning Again, which I had forgotten until looking back at my initial email from Steven (sorry!).) All of these title characters are looking for a fresh start. They're turning away from the people that they were and discovering who they always wanted to be. Barbara wanted solitude and respite. This was natural as she had already suffered so much turmoil (spoilers!). Ian was tired of his boring job and the drab scenery of Leicester (fool!). He wanted to be in charge of his own life and he fell in love with Spain. Now there's Verity who is an aging actress who has definitely seen her fair share of drama (ha ha ha I am hilarious). I found this one to be the most enjoyable of the three and I think a lot of that had to do with the structure. The moving plot device is that Verity is being interviewed while on a plane ride from Spain to London. The chapters flip flop between interview style question and answers about Verity's career and snippets of her scripts. Apparently I really enjoy reading scripts. I felt the ending was rather abrupt but overall quite good.


I wanted to give an overall summary of my thoughts on this trilogy but I find myself indecisive. On the one hand, I found them quite slow moving at times and not exactly action packed. On the other hand, I found them to be interesting character studies and now that the theme is obvious to me I think they're rather charmingly optimistic. If you're looking for something easygoing that won't take terribly long to get through (I read each book in a couple of hours) then this trilogy is for you.

Source: readingfortheheckofit.blogspot.com
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Cybersp@ce - Jeff W. Horton
Frontiers (Cybersp@ce Series Book 2) - Jeff W. Horton
New Beginnings (Cybersp@ce Series, Book Three) - Jeff W. Horton
The CYBERSP@CE SERIES by Jeff W. Horton


Another Exciting, Family-Friendly, Sci-Fi Series from

The Horton Library and author JEFF W. HORTON

FB Author Page: https://www.facebook.com/Author.Jeff.Horton?ref=hl


While establishing a foothold for humanity on an alien planet, Nicole Reynolds and the other colonists find themselves caught in the middle of an interstellar war that dates back 5000 years.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zx3JZRLZGN4&feature=youtu.be
Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/oydjm5z

"This book kept me reading well into the night. I love fantasy and sci-fi books and this was one that I really liked!"


Earth's first starship named Frontier is built on alien technology. When Hank Reynolds is stranded in the Alpha Centauri system on a test flight, the Earth Space Alliance races to save him in the midst of a terrorist attack.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ko771QBYMUE
Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/lcpf7ga

“An exciting science-fiction adventure about man's quest to reach the stars.”


A cyber-terrorist attack in the United States triggers a nuclear meltdown that kills over a hundred thousand people. Cyber Command analyst Nick Reynolds must discover who is behind the attack and stop an even greater threat if he’s going to prevent a global nuclear war.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADXSSlo_6XY
Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/mbdxbrq

“Horton does another marvelous job of tapping [into] people's current subconscious fears to weave an action-packed yarn...The story is gripping, the action fast-paced" -Readers Favorite-

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