I just completed reading “The Master Cook and the Maiden”. The story was full of adventure and happenstance that led to romance and hope. I hope you take some time to learn of Alfwen and Swain as they meet and explore the purpose for their time on earth with all the beauty and danger that comes with living.
I recommend reading Lindsay Townsend’s books. The reader travels back in time to a place full of magic and love.
I’ve been listening to JD Robb’s latest In Death Book too, “Connections In Death”. Very well written & narrated by Susan Erickson. This series is about developing family connections beyond those related to you. It’s a community of characters helping one another out while doing their jobs. I recommend this series to all that enjoy crime drama & finding connections worth holding onto.
What sets “The Ornament” by Zeke Changuris apart making it a must read novel for all ages? This is the journey of a young photojournalist striving to be the best when the woman of his dreams starts working at the same TV news station. The courtship of Amy and Sam is full of all the detail of what goes into being a good news anchor and photojournalist along with all the personal struggles these two face living life.
Zeke shows us how a single frame of video captures the emotions of a moment out of time. He brings to sharp focus all that goes into being human from dating, marriage and finding the courage to say what’s in you heart to a woman you’ve loved all your life.
“The Ornament” allows us to see inside the TV news profession in a whole new way. Zeke details the ups and downs in a news anchor’s and photojournalist’s personal as well as professional life. The journey takes us to Hagerstown, Maryland to Operation Freedom in Iraq and back to Washington, DC.
Zeke Changuris writes from the heart about a profession he loves and how hard it is to find and keep true love. Zeke’s characters are easy to imagine as well as the places they inhabit. Vivid descriptions as only a photographer can capture are brought to life in Zeke’s dialog and narrative. Beautifully and poignantly written.
Reading to me is finding something new about the human condition that is both inspiring and helps me see myself a little more clearly. “The Ornament” does this and more. It pulls the emotions out of me. I feel for Sam and I have a better understanding of what a man experiences as he travels through life.
Thank you, Zeke Changuris for sharing these beautiful characters with me and all readers that enjoy a story that celebrates living life to the fullest. Keep on writing from the heart, Zeke, you have a gift to not only bring characters to life off the page but to also share the complex emotions that make up each and everyone of us.
From Turn the Page Bookstore Cafe at a Nora Roberts sponsored book signing event. I hope you all take a few minutes to check out this book and order from TTPBooks.com a safe and secure way to get books quickly and in great condition all over the world.
“The Ornament” is a must read book for our time for all ages. My book reviews are my own. I only strive to help readers find books that I’ve enjoyed and found some new insights into the human condition. Comments are welcomed.
I found this book on Twitter when Sheryl Seal (@sherylseal) tweeted the cover art. It is amazingly beautiful. When I found out it is the cover art of a book I knew I had to read it.
What’s so special about “Beyond Bridalveil Fall (Dwellers of Ahwahnee)”? It takes us on journey into the spiritual part of our being. Into that part of us that makes us part of the universe. Sheryl also introduces us to the consequences of unharnessed emotion and the price we all pay when we fail to control our thoughts and feelings.
“Beyond Bridalveil Fall (Dwellers of Ahwahnee)” shows us why it is so important that we get to know our inner selves. Sheryl delves into what makes us human and unique. She demonstrates how important it is to be straight with ourselves and others.
Any young adult to senior citizen (rated G for wholesome family reading) will find “Beyond Bridalveil Fall (Dwellers of Ahwahnee)” engaging and inspiring. Sheryl writes from the heart and pens imagery like the cover art that moves us to try and capture all the beauty that is around us.
“Beyond Bridalveil Fall (Dwellers of Ahwahnee)” is fantasy that has roots in reality. All that experience life will find moments from Oria journey to womanhood that connect with their soul. Keep on writing Sheryl Seal you have a gift that speaks to the heart.
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