Tag Archives: humor

My Sister’s Books Review #78

HouseHusband

By: Ad Hudler

 

Linc Menner had grown frustrated with his landscaping business, when his wife, Jo, was offered her dream job. Happy to have a fresh start and support his wife, Linc packed up the house and their daughter, Violet, to move across the country. Now, in unfamiliar territory, Linc finds himself in the position of househusband. Slowly but surely he learns the new, necessary duties of making his house a loving home, while raising his precocious three-year-old. As Jo becomes more and more involved in her work, Linc sees her less often and as the responsibilities take over, Linc begins to lose himself. Will their marriage be at risk or is Linc the perfect HouseHusband?

Continue reading

Comments Off on My Sister’s Books Review #78

Filed under Fiction Books, My Sister's Books

My Sister’s Books Review #77

Home is Where My People Are

By: Sophie Hudson

 

The old saying states that the American Dream is a two story house with a nice, flat yard and a white picket fence. But what truly makes a house a home? Is it the building or is it the people? Do you have different homes throughout life, or is it just one single place that your soul belongs? These are just a few of the things that Sophie Hudson explores in her latest memoir Home is Where My People Are.

Continue reading

Comments Off on My Sister’s Books Review #77

Filed under Memoirs, My Sister's Books, Southern Lit

Sasee Review

Mayhem in Myrtle Beach

By: T. Lynn Ocean

Mayhem in Myrtle Beach mixes a newly single, fresh college graduate with forty-six young at heart senior citizens and places them all on a charted bus headed to Myrtle Beach. What could possibly go wrong? Sherwood accepts a week-long probationary offer at a retirement community, in hopes that the time in the sun will not only give her a new perspective on life, but also a paying job when she returns. However, when her old study partner turns out to be the driver, who is more handsome than she recalls, and the elderly group doesn’t welcome her with open arms, Sherwood begins to think she may be in over her head.

Continue reading

Comments Off on Sasee Review

Filed under Fiction Books, Romance Books

A Quote to Begin the Day…

“Accept who you are. Unless you’re a serial killer.

~Ellen Degeneres

Comments Off on A Quote to Begin the Day…

February 2, 2014 · 6:19 am