TMW Review – Taos Winter

by Dr. Elizabeth Hairston-McBurrows “Taos Winter” by Dr. Elizabeth Hairston-McBurrows is a heartwarming novel that intricately weaves the themes of love, cultural identity, and self-discovery. The story unfolds in the enchanting town of Taos, New Mexico, where Mia, a successful Navajo executive, finds herself entangled in a deep and unexpected romance with Corey Hartman, a …

Review – Paradise Disrupted

by Patricia Jensen Paradise Disrupted by Patricia Jensen is a richly woven narrative exploring the complexities of human emotions and relationships set against the backdrop of a thoroughbred breeding facility in Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego. The story revolves around Becky, a widow grappling with the legacy of her late husband Jack and the management …

The Point of Life

by Scott Jameson Sanders In “The Point of Life” by Scott Jameson Sanders, readers are invited into a story that connects elements of family, love, faith, and personal growth—following the life of Endy Mason, whose experiences shape his views on what truly matters in life. The first part takes us through his early days in …

Hero Of Her Heart

by Michele Wallace Campanelli While typically associated with extraordinary bravery or valor, “Hero Of Her Heart” redefines “hero” to encompass a broader concept. Here, a hero is not solely defined by physical strength or superhuman abilities but by the depth of character, capacity for selflessness, and ability to inspire and positively impact the lives of …