Thanks again to K. Lowrey Moore! Our novel Noteworthy Tribute can now be purchased on Amazon.com! Don’t forget to post a SELFIE of you and your copy with #NoteworthyTribute. Follow us on social media and rate and review the book when you’re finished on Amazon.
Above all else, we hope you enjoy the book!
Mark & Josiah
We are pleased to announce Noteworthy Tribute: Running With the Mustangz at Little Island Pier is available for sale on Amazon right NOW! We encourage all readers to have fun with us and link #NoteworthyTribute with a picture of you with your purchased copy online. Also, we would greatly appreciate an Amazon, CreateSpace and/or Good Reads book review after you’ve finished the book.
Lastly, we want to thank God, and all of our friends and family for supporting us and for your continued support as we share and market the released novel!
This is only the beginning, so stay tuned!
Cory Lynn Faber finds himself in Virginia Beach three thousand miles away from home after the death of his best friend and bandmate. While on the path to re-discovery he meets a local aspiring music producer, Evan Spencer. Evan, a young DJ, has his own struggles with his family’s desire for him to pursue college and a “normal” life versus starting a band and traveling. All of this unfolds against the backdrop of family secrets. Noteworthy Tribute is a coming-of-age story where characters young and old learn the importance of relationships and that sacrifice is the bridge to their destiny. – Amazon synopsis.
Mark & Josiah
By Carol Hoenig
Book Review: Without Grace
Author: Carol Hoenig
Length: 231 pages
Language: Small amount/limited
In a nutshell: A teenage girl and a small town attempt to stand against the infiltration of big business suffocating their lake-side oasis. There is family struggle; young love; tragedy and plot twists.
Why I read the book: The author self-published. She has been very successful with this book which is her first novel. I wanted to see what Indie quality looked like.
How I found out about the book: I stumbled upon this book while researching self-published authors on the Internet. Apparently, Carol Hoenig was upgraded by IUniverse.
Keepers: There is a major surprise in the story and that plot twist is a jewel. The book actually has a scene which is somewhat frightening – it is well written and pulled-off nicely.
Recycle Bin: Some of the story was dragging just a wee little bit.
Final Thoughts: Wonderfully developed characters. This is what polished looks like.