Wandering Man: The McCabes, Book 9

March 12, 2020

By Ken Farmer Brad Dennison never disappoints. As a western author myself, I’m really picky about historical realism, character development or arc, dialogue, period weapons and correct horsemanship. Brad Dennison is on my short list […]

Turn the Page: “A Conversation with Doc.”

January 23, 2020

Book Review by Ken Farmer I’m Ken Farmer. I have currently released 31 novels that I have written or co-written. One thing about writers, we’re all voracious readers. I read from two to three novels […]

Turn the Page with Crista Tompkins

July 11, 2019

The DreamersBy Karen Thompson Walker Santa Lora, Calif. is a small town like any other. It has neighborhoods like other towns. Parks and schools and stores too. Yes, Santa Lora is a town like any […]

Turn the Page

May 22, 2019

By Crista Tompkins November Road By Lou Berney Frank Guidry has a good thing going. He lives in a swanky apartment, follows orders from the New Orleans Mafia and generally lives well. The job looked […]

Turn the Page

March 5, 2019

By Crista Tompkins “The Woman Who Walked in Sunshine”By Alexander McCall Smith Ah, Botswana Land of acacia trees, cerulean blue skies and Mma Precious Ramotswe, founder of the number one ladies’ detective agency. In this […]

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