Some amazing authors!

I’ve been enjoying lately reading some of my fellow Black Rose Writing authors’ works. It has been a treat! If you are looking for your next good read, check out some of these titles (in no particular order):

“Fava” by John Hazen:

If you’re looking for an edge-of-your-seat thrill ride, check out “Fava”. New York TV reporter Francine Vega gets the scoop on the largest lottery winner, but the new winner seems to have an agenda filled with revenge. Before she knows it, she’s drawn into the terror this vendetta unleashes and knee-deep in an effort to prevent World War III with the help of only a small handful of friends. The characters are engaging and the book well-written and very clever. I couldn’t put it down, wanting to know where I was being led next.

Here’s the link if you’re interested:

“Why 319?” by Mark Love:

If you like Michael Connelly, you will like Mark Love. “Why 319?” is an edgy, captivating police drama. When it appears a serial killer is on the loose, the state police step in to find the killer, hopefully before another woman loses her life. But will they be able to unravel the clues in time? Love’s deft writing draws you in and never lets you go. Every discovery, every twist, every question makes you feel like part of the action. The characters are well drawn and interesting, the story fast-paced, and the writing excellent.

Here’s the link if you’re interested:

“The Pleasantville Junior Detective Agency” by Johnny Copper:

Perry Winkle is a 9-year-old detective, picking up clues like a junior Sherlock Holmes. Only, the reader is given the chance to figure out the clues for himself before turning the page to learn what Perry Winkle deduced. This is a fun, lighthearted children’s book that most any young reader of chapter books would enjoy. I highly recommend it.

Here’s the link if you’re interested:

“Laban’s Song” by JoAnn Gilbert Stover:

“Laban’s Song” tells the story of a young boy, Laban, and his journey from being abused to being loved and loving fully in return. Through the help of a surrogate father he begins to understand his own talents and gifts, freely given from a loving Creator. Laban’s gifts and his use of them to bless others is at the heart of this charming tale. I enjoyed getting to know these characters and felt them come to life on the pages of this book. A feel-good story to be sure.

Here’s the link if you’re interested:

Pick up a book and enjoy! (Because the worst day with a good book is always a good day!)

About Mary Ellen Bramwell

I am an author, wife and mother.
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