Originals aren’t born, they are made, or perhaps better stated, they make themselves. They are not always dynamic, take-it-to-the-mat personalities. Originals learn the skills necessary to carry their invention, idea or concept from coulda, shoulda, woulda, to a revolutionary product, inspirational message, or life-altering concept.
Prairie Madness – Conspiracy at Fort UnionAuthor: Edwina RomeroPublisher: Random Horse PressCost: Paperback $18.81, Kindle e-book, $3.99Available at: Amazon Edwina Romero is the author of three books about Las Vegas, N.M. history. Prairie Madness – Conspiracy at Fort Union is her first novel. For… Continue Reading “Prairie Madness”
Haunted Santa Fe It’s that time of year when ghosties, goblins and ghouls come out of the woodwork. Literally according to Haunted Santa Fe, a historical overview of legends and lore born of real people living real lives, and then in the afterlife returning… Continue Reading “Book Review”
The Undiscovered Country by Mike Nemeth Take a man who has just gotten out of prison, serving time for a crime he did not commit, and present him with life and death decisions for his ailing mother who arguably has not been getting the… Continue Reading “Book Review”
I enjoyed School for Psychics, by K.C. Archer. It moves right along and has an intriguing premise. Having said that, despite references to the ages of the characters as being twenty-somethings, it reads more like the adventures of middle grade teens. Yes, one character… Continue Reading “School for Psychics”