Sunday, March 25, 2012

A New Beginning (A River City Novel)

By E. Ayers

A New Beginning is a mainstream involving the characters Patrick Makowllen and Dallas Nixon, once neighbors until Patrick’s parents moved away and he went to college.

There is an eleven-year difference in age, with Patrick being the older of the two.

Fast forward to the time when Patrick, who most people call him Rick, is twenty-nine and Dallas is eighteen, she knocks on his Townhouse door looking like something like a drowned and freezing cat asks him to take her in, because she has nowhere else.

Knowing that his life would be upend his life and complicate things, calls her parents. After the barrage of negative comments and her mother saying she doesn’t want her, Rick capitulates and she can stay, but that he only has one bed and he isn’t giving it up.

She says that they can sleep in the same bed and nothing more, period. Rick agrees and says he will not touch her.

He needs to take her shopping, because she showed up sans a jacket and little else except for the punk clothes on her back. Patrick has a job as an investment advisor and just getting by on his salary.

Now that he has a houseguest, he is going to have to cut back on things to make ends meet.

Patrick says see can stay but will have to help with the chores around the Townhouse. Dallas takes on the role as cook and housekeeper. Little does Patrick, a meat and potatoes man, know that Dallas is a Vegetarian, and cannot stand to touch or smell meat while it is cooking, and his diet is about to change.

Thus, began a strange symbiotic relationship that is strictly platonic.

Dallas is a gifted student; Patrick helps her get to school and finds out about her other talent as an artist, and photographer. She wants to finish school, graduate, and go to college, but how can she and Patrick afford the cost?

Dallas and Patrick find out some great information after Dallas’ photos end up in a magazine thanks to one of Patrick’s friend that works for the magazine. As others find out about this, things will never be the same for either of them.

To throw a bit of glue into the works, Dallas’ mother files a law suit against Patrick for kidnapping.

Readers will have to read A New Beginning to find out how things work out for Patrick and Dallas.

This reviewer awards four out of five stars to A New Beginning.

Robert Medak

Freelance Writer, Blogger, Editor, Reviewer, Marketer

Wanting (A River City Novel)

By E. Ayers

Wanting is a mainstream romance novel featuring Mac McGuire and Mandy (Amanda) in an emotional charged and engaging novel about building a loving relationship, and second chances.

While Mac is eating at a greasy spoon cafĂ©, he sees Mandy, and he’s intrigued by her beauty, and wanting to know more about her. Mandy has secrets and in the beginning afraid of her own shadow, with low self-esteem.

Mac tries to strike up a conversation with Mandy, but Mandy wants no part of Mac or anyone else.

Amanda quit school to keep her family together; she is busing tables to care for her siblings and herself. Because of her life situation and her mother, she wants nothing to do with men. Mac is a man and someone with money.

Mac is enthralled with Mandy, he sees a beautiful woman. Although, Mac has been a bachelor; and has many women friends, there is something special about Mandy that has Mac thinking about her becoming a part of his life in River City.

Mac wants to learn more about Mandy, and wants to take her out; Mandy is reluctant to go out with any man, especially one that comes to a restaurant where she is busing tables.

Will these two get together? This reviewer isn’t going to tell you. Readers will have to find out for themselves by reading Wanting.

This reviewer awards four out of five stars to the River City Novel Wanting.

Robert Medak

Freelance Writer, Blogger, Editor, Reviewer, Marketer

Go Mobile

By Leanne Hopkins and Jamie Turner

Go Mobile is the only book you will need to take your business-branding mobile.

In Go Mobile, you will learn about those funny looking stamps you see on sites and more called QR (Quick Response Codes), and using them to your advance your business branding. Branding is getting your business remembered.

Using QR codes allows you to place the information you desire so when someone scans it, they see the information or are taken to a website, blog, or special offer; it’s up to you. In Go Mobile, you will find links to scanning software and more about how to create QR codes.

You will also find a plethora of details about marketing your business on the mobile channel as only a part of the bigger picture of marketing. One should never put all of their eggs in just one basket in today’s smart devices. There are smart phones, tablets, and more that have the capability to access the internet and do more for more than just business people, but also your customers as well as businesses searching for local businesses, why not yours?

Today, more people rely on being mobile and finding a local business as the travel for both business, and pleasure in many towns and cities. Having a QR code they can scan, or find out more information by using proper search optimization, you might just be the one they find to help them out with just the product or service they need to solve their need.

Go Mobile is the book for anyone selling a product or service. Do yourself a favor and purchase a copy of Go Mobile, take the time to read it and use it as your reference for taking your product or service mobile.

Go Mobile receives the highest recommendation as a book to be read, and receives five out of five stars from this reviewer.

Robert Medak

Freelance Writer/Editor/Reviewer/Marketer

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