Once again, from what I have observed reviews don't affect sales much unless it is one written by a reviewer with the New York Times, or is put on the Oprah book list. However, having said that, I offer the following reviews:
Fragments: Stories of Another Time
Wilma Daugherty (author)
This book is a collection of short stories from a woman who has lived life to the fullest. Some of these stories bring laughter, some bring tears, but all are poignant. Wilma, now in her ninth decade of life and still writing, is a storyteller and anyone who remembers a simpler time, and would like to recall that time would love this book. From "Stuff Gramma taught me" to the lives of her sisters and brothers, her life is infused with humor and joy.
Rob Smith (author)
Could it happen? You betcha...this novel is an exciting read of just what might happen in the event that an asteroid were to hit the earth. A flotilla of sailors is led by a man whose dreams are leading them away from danger into a new world of volcanic winter and without technology. Shrader Marks, the protagonist, is both a sailor and anthropologist. Cathy Pearson is a wife and mother who emerges as the leader of the group who are willing to follow Shrader's and Cathy's common dreams. For those who are sailors, the sailing is right on the mark. For those who like adventure and action, it starts on page one and continues until the end.
Causes Nancy Smith Supports
Doctors without Borders
American Diabetes Association