Ms. Brenda Perlin’s book the ‟Home Wrecker I”
has under gone a whole new look inside and out.
I won a free copy in a give away on release day. Writing can be therapeutic when under stress. I found ‟Home Wrecker” to be a combination of therapy and a strong desire to share her story.
Brenda’s writing is crisp and clear. With her no-holds-barred approach you will feel some of the emotional turmoil as it entered her life, and you'll recognize some of it as your own.
If you have a history of how life’s deals with people, under your belt, you will appreciate the truth of those familiar words, ‘Never say never.” I know I did, and she did too.
There are two reasons to get yourself a copy. One to understand just how hard it is for some people to understand why it’s an impossible image as they strive to be the best they can be. The second is to learn through other people’s struggles to give love and be loved in return is the best it will get for any of us.
If ‘home is where the heart is’ then I do believe that Ms. Perlin has found hers. And since this Is Home Wrecker I...We can look forward for more from Brenda.
Over the weekend I read, ‟ 12 Long stem Roses ‟ by Bruce Goldwell. I wasn’t sure what to feel for awhile. I will now admit I skipped over a few scenes. Not because they were bad, mind you, but because they weren’t.
His writing makes you feel like your in the room observing, like the proverbially ‘Fly on the wall.’ Since, this is an expression of events, and at time graphic, dealing with the love of his life I felt I was intruding on personal moments. Weird, I know, but he’s the one that did his job as a writer that well.
‟12 Long Stem Roses’ will if you have suffered from the pangs of real life will reinforce the fact that life does go on. His experiences show that we do heal for setbacks and many times it’s another person that gives us the strength to see the future from a better self-assured angle.
Bruce Goldwell story will remind us that men have feelings too. Strong feeling that at times they don’t show due to fear of rejection.
The story isn’t too long, so takes a few minutes from your day to read and rediscover the emotions you feel when you discovered what is was like to realize the real first time you loved someone.
A very interesting read. If you like to read snappy fast witted books, then I got one for you or rather Philip Whiteland does. I found I like these type of stories if done correctly and Mr. Whiteland proves he has the skill to pull it off.
Jambalaya is a fast pace read to take you away from the humdrum day. You have to like to move from characters to narrator and back with ease to follow some of his great puns.
I would have titled the book- The misadventures of Miss Celany Garden. But, no matter she gets her man in the end on the story. So if your into her heaving bosoms or his tight firm.... Ain’t no spoilers here.
Whether you on the side of the North or South..
"Jambalaya” by Philip Whitehead just might be the quirky fun read you’ve been looking for.
Purchase link...Check it out for a surprise. http://www.amazon.com/Jambalaya-ebook/dp/B0093JOMPI/ref=la_B004SBQSHG_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1368744724&sr=1-2
Philip is a 58 year old university lecturer in Human Resource Management. He doesn't tend to tell too many people about this as he is acutely aware of their eyes glazing over as he speaks.He has occasionally been accused of humour. "Steady Past Your Granny's" was Philip's first, self-published, collection of 'nostalgedy' stories. Closely followed by 'Crutches for Ducks' which continued the memoirs. Has just published his first foray into full-length humorous fiction, 'Jambalaya'.