Book Reviews From Blogging Authors


Thanks to Jacqui Murray for the review of Frankly Speaking

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My writing PLN (professional Learning Network) pretty much revolves around blogs and the authors who share their insights and advice through the online blogs. When I have a question, I often go there first, before digging through my shelves of self-help writing books. Along the way, I’ve read many of their books. Here, I want to share those that I’ve particularly enjoyed and think you might too:

  • The Bug Buys is a humorous view of what happens when two boys unexpectedly get the super powers of insects.
  • The Gift of Guylaine Claire delves into how a family recovers when a critical person dies.
  • Frankly Speaking relays the story of a detective-turned-PI, hiding from his past, who becomes caught up in a murder mystery

The Bug BoysThe Bug Boys

by Stewart Hoffman

My rating: 4/5 stars

This story follows two entirely normal South Yorkshire lads who eat the wrong food at the wrong time…

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4 thoughts on “Book Reviews From Blogging Authors

  1. “Frankly Speaking” was an easy read with surprises along the way. I couldn’t believe that it was a “first” book, written just to fill time on travels etc. Don has an incredible imagination. The two characters he “invented” feel like real people. While reading, I often thought that they could become famous detectives and this book could lead to a series and then I learned that it has happened. I admired the incredible knowledge Don has about law and order and especially the computer, also of people in high places. No, it wasn’t him – it was all the work of the two detectives but it was easy to forget that Don was the architect and not one of the detectives. The story itself tackles a sensitive problem and I was really relieved when it turned out alright, at least for a few girls. Thank you, Don – I am happy to “know” you!

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