A review of the Thick of Things

As i grow older and wiser in love and life, i really like my leading romance ladies to be so much more than looking for Prince charming. In the Thick of Things, Khalila does not disappoint. She’s independent, she’s sexy and passionate about her life and others. We know that with or without Douglas she will survive, but i was routing for Douglas.

Douglas, also very much an independent man is driven to prove himself to be worthy of a chance, so he thinks before he acts and reacts to Khalila.  Which is all a man really has to figure out how to do to succeed with the woman he loves.

This story is a wonderful read, it’s sexy but sweet. It addresses deep issues of sorrow but gives hope and the reader is quickly taken up with the lives of each character. The best stories are those where you wonder about the love-story of the other characters because they’ve made such an impression on you and i hope to be reading about Corinne and even Trent at another time.

JL Campbell has woven a charming tale of love, and second chances and i am pleased to be able to review and now recommended it to others.

Keep Writing JL.

http://www.caribbeanbooks.org/books/the-thick-of-things/

 

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Out of Mind

Today, like many times before i was asked a question. What do you think about a certain person? Instead of not commenting or commenting i simply replied, i don’t think about that person. 

Simple, truthful yet powerful to me.

I am not sure what the other person got out of it but i felt liberated and satisfied that in that moment i calmly put a person that i may have grumbled about in the past where they belonged – out of mind. 

So many bad situations are fueled in life by us thinking about it too much. So today, I ask you to take the time to clear your mind and give things that love you a priority.

Things like writing!

Have you written lately? Let’s build that muscle in 2018. 

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Book of the Day resumes in 2017

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Caribbean Books Foundation’s Book of the Day promotional book feature resumes in 2017. It will run from the 1st January to 30 November 2017. 

Books from the online catalog are chosen randomly and by genre to fill this feature and are usually set a month in advance.

Authors who join the online catalog at http://www.caribbeanbooks.org are also welcomed to request a date to be featured if the date correspondence with a book launch or book giveaway.

Caribbean Books Foundation is an international platform that connects the Caribbean Community and its Diaspora through its literature.