Third Book Review in the Mystery Thriller Week

The Semester of Discontent by Cynthia Kuhn Synopsis English professor Lila Maclean is so excited to be working  Stonedale University, that is until she finds one of her colleagues dead.   Lila—or someone she is protecting— is considered a person of interest.  So much so that anyone connected to her is a suspect.  As a … More Third Book Review in the Mystery Thriller Week

Second Book Review in the Mystery Thriller Week

Expired Listings by D.M. Barr Synopsis      The Realtors in Rock Canyon are being killed, the police and especially other Realtors aren’t really that upset about the situation.  After all, there is less completion for them and more commissions.Dana Black is the only one who cares that these people are being killed  especially since … More Second Book Review in the Mystery Thriller Week

The Middle

Most of the books that I read are mysteries, however I do like women’s fiction and historical novels.  The books do need to have a Christian slant, aka a moral compass.  I don’t really like reading books where the individuals are checking out each other’s body parts and then exploring them in the bedroom.  Not … More The Middle

Cynthia Kuhn

HI Everyone, Cynthia asked me to repost her interview, I hope you enjoy it? Michelle 1.    How old you when you wrote your first story? In elementary school, I wrote and illustrated many stories about friendly aliens. They wore bows on their heads and lived in hourglass-shaped houses on the Planet Eek. I had … More Cynthia Kuhn