Showing posts from June, 2020

Bird a Novel by Kim E. Wilson Book Review

ABOUT THE BOOK  Ellen Williams journeys to a place she’s never been, hoping to find answers. Why did a deceased stranger leave her a multi-million dollar estate? She has inherited the Caldwell Estate, a Georgia property so breathtakingly beautiful that a gift of this magnitude is beyond her understanding. This fortuitous event has come at a time when Ellen is struggling with her own direction in life; getting out of Louisville for a while is just what she needs. Mrs. Caldwell was a mystery to many who knew her. With each step closer to untangling the mystery, painful childhood memories begin to emerge of her sister Jenny, a horrifying night in the past, and of Bird. Finding the truth has a price. Buy Bird now to solve the mystery. Do you really want to know the truth? BOOK REVIEW Readers are taken into Ellen Williams's, a mother and wife, investigation into receiving an estate from a stranger, Del, who has a family of her own. As the investigation goes on we are taken

Wars For Humanity - The Wrath of Black Scar by A. R. Lerwill Book Review

ABOUT THE BOOK War for Humanity: The Wrath of Black Scar (War for Humanity #1)  The fight for survival is not our only destiny Our fallen world is ravaged by a climactic struggle. A rival species — the centauri — has risen to claim superiority. Humanity’s salvation is foreseen in a prophecy. Caught in the middle is a young human warrior named Aldber. He is given the almost impossible task of hunting down the opposition’s formidable leader, Black Scar. A perilous quest that will reveal more than Aldber could have ever imagined… War for Humanity: The Wrath of Black Scar is vibrant and multi-layered, with compelling commentary about pressing issues of our times. And a disturbing foreshadowing of what could become. It is a story of compassion, understanding and evolution. MY BOOK REVIEW I am still wondering what I just read. It was a fun adventure.  It sort of reminded me of Hungar Games and Lord of the Rings. The reader is taken into Aldber's journey around the passage of the

Grand Rapids Is A Great City - Riots turn to Art

All of the businesses that were boarded up from the riots and looting have turned to beauty. A bunch of people turned to Art to get their message and feelings out. Art is powerful. These are beautiful. if you don't feel something from these then keep looking at them because these are powerful pieces. Black Lives do Matter.  My prayers go out to all families who have been wronged by the police.  Rest in Peace George Floyd This is a tough time. If you are struggling with emotions and thoughts don't hesitate to call or text the suicide hotline to talk to someone.  Here are some of the photos I felt a lot of emotions from:

Grand Rapids Black Lives Matter Peaceful Turns To Riot

I was having a hard time deciding to post this or not, but I thought I should. On Saturday, May 29 at 6:00 pm a peaceful Black Lives Matter protest started in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Around 8:00 pm it quickly turned from peaceful to a violent riot and looting. It wasn't just African Americans who were involved in the riot, it had all colors involved. These people damaged over 100 businesses downtown Grand Rapids. Michigan businesses have been closed since March 13th due to COVID-19 and were already struggling financially from the shutdown and now this.  I understand buildings can be rebuilt and lives can't be, but that is no excuse.  These business owners put their heart and soul into their business and the community by damaging their property you are damaging their souls. If a person's soul gets hit too many times it ends up bad aka suicide.  Plus, these businesses provide people shelter, food, and health care, without them, there will be people who don't hav