Author Archive: saywhatsavannahmae

Book Review: ‘Abuse & Betrayal’ by Richard Joseph

Richard Joseph pours his heart and soul in this divorce driven memoir “Abuse & Betrayal.” Joseph brings to light a struggle that many go through that we don’t always hear about when facing divorce and custody battles while fighting inside the legal system that is suppose to protect the innocent. Many people are fully aware …

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Book Review: ‘Trends Waves Windows & Bubbles’ by Kenneth J. Thurber Ph.D.

“The wave moves onto shore as the pressure of consumer demand moves the wave to full height. The wave breaks when other manufacturers enter the market, and the prices disintegrate as the wave crashes onto the shore,” this is how Dr. Kenneth J. Thurber entices the average entrepreneur with his captivating business philosophies. “Trends Waves …

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Book Review: Sex Lies Murder by Allan McLeod

“Sex Lies Murder” by Allan McLeod is a novel etched through and covered all over with the flavor of intrigue, danger, and the doings of high powered people moving within large and strange worlds. Mr. McLeod opens his novel with explanations of people and atmosphere’s that spike the reader’s interest, setting a plate that gains …

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Book Review: The Universe-ity by Michael Samuels

First Place: Self-Help The cover had my attention because I am actively a college student, and I love to learn, and especially about spirituality. Michael Samuels clearly illustrates the most important education one can receive in life has nothing to do with graduate school, instead it’s called “The Universe-ity: A Spiritual Education Using The Law …

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Book Review: She Likes It Rough by GVR Corcillo

First Place: Humor/Satire First Place: Indie Where do I begin my review of “She Likes It Rough” by GVR Corcillo? Well, I am not quite sure how to deliver my thoughts because I move than loved this book, I can honestly say that I am IN LOVE with this book. I am so glad I …

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Book Review: Stillwell: A Haunting on Long Island by Michael Phillip Cash

Honorable Mention: General Fiction “Stillwell: A Haunting on Long Island” by Michael Phillip Cash is the story about Paul Russo and his struggle with maintaining after the recent loss of his wife. Paul has three surviving children and daily routines are proving to be harder and harder as the effects after Allison’s death. He must …

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Interview: Steven Long Mitchell & Craig W. Van Sickle, Authors of The Pretender Series

Steven Long Mitchell and Craig W. Van Sickle are the Emmy Award-nominated Writers and Executive Producers of Tin Man, the highest rated miniseries in the history of the Syfy Channel, and Co-Creator/Executive Producers of the hit cult classic TV show The Pretender. Along with their first two novels in the Pretender series, Rebirth and Saving …

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Book Review: Identical by Scott Turow

When did the phrase legal thriller originate? I believe it started when an unassuming, lawyer by name Scott Turow decided to write a novel about law and lawyers- which was not centered on courtroom histrionics or about a crusading heroic attorney caught in a David- Goliath battle. He wrote a hard-hitting murder mystery with law, …

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Book Review: Green-Eyed Lady by Chuck Greaves

Ever felt frustrated after wonderfully enjoying a book. Well, that’s the feeling I had when I finished reading lawyer chuck Greaves novel “Green-eyed Lady”. It’s a wickedly mischievously funny legal thriller…and the sad thing is that it’s the second in a series- the first of which (“Hush Money”) I have not yet read- and that …

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Book Review: A Voice To Be Heard by Dell Brand

This was one of those books where the concept was just a little too big to fit into one book. The author has a great skill for writing, which is the only reason my rating is three stars, but the details, thoughts and other points the author attempts to weave in to this story. We …

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