REVIEW: Heart’s Song by Aaron Gansky and Kaye Morrison

by Molly Jo Realy @RealMojo68

Okay. If y’all missed the podcast last night, or any online banter between myself and the faux bro, I’m here to tell ya,


Okay, not him, really. This story. This modern-day rock romance between Geoff Morris and Emily Amhearst that’s played out via emails and text messages and phone transcripts and journal entries. What an amazing way to tell a story. What an amazing story to tell!

Written by Aaron Gansky and Kaye Morrison (Cindy Sproles), this is edge-of-your-seat action and emotion.

Now, full disclosure, I haven’t read the … read the rest. . .

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What Makes a Good Book?

by Molly Jo Realy @RealMojo68

Do you enjoy the written word in all its forms? Do you get distracted with closed captioning on your TV? What can I say: Join. The. Club.

As y’all have probably noticed, part of the blog redoux is book reviews. I’m trying to read one book each week. It’s a challenge, but so far, so good. At least for the past month. [It doesn’t hurt that the books I’ve read and reviewed are shorter than an average length novel. But hey, a girl’s gotta start somewhere.]

I know what I look for in a good … read the rest. . .

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Facebook Book Launch Party: Heart’s Song

by Molly Jo Realy @RealMojo68

So much about this cover that I love. The authors, the publishers, the endorsements. I love them all. I know them all! How exciting.

Aaron Gansky and Kay Morrison (Cindy Sproles) wrote Heart’s Song several years ago and it found its home at Elk Lake Publishing.

So, this Monday, June 31, is the big release; you know, the it’s-finally-published event. The yeah-they-did-it party.

In case y’all can’t read the back copy, here it is:

Faced with the impending death of his best friend, Geoff Morris wonders if there is life beyond rock and

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INVITATION: Harbingers, Cycle One, Book One

by Molly Jo Realy @RealMojo68

One of the perks of knowing the people I know, is every so often, I get asked to read books. For no other reason than to read them. And, you know, tell others [that would be you] what I think.

So, some time ago I was given a copy of the aforementioned book by podcast cohost, Alton Gansky. Being the ridiculously slow reader that I am, I didn’t pick the book up until a few weeks later. But once I got into it, I really got into it.

I actually pack it in read the rest. . .

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Hand of Adonai Launch Party

It’s a bit surreal to announce, but Tuesday, Aaron D. Gansky’s newest book, Hand of Adonai: The Book of Things To Come is finally available.

The first in a series, Hand of Adonai is a Young Adult Fantasy novel that starts in North Chester, Minnesota and ends in Alrujah, a video game kingdom created by best friends Lauren Knowles and Oliver Shaw.

Don’t be fooled by the genre. This book has been read and enjoyed by all ages.

Being Aaron’s social media manager has its perks. I was also one of his beta readers. That just means a few pre-release … read the rest. . .

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