Monthly Archives: December 2014

My Favorite Photos From 2014

My niece takes wonderful pictures. Here’s a sample from her new blog!

Jean Marie's Photography

I’ve been seeing a lot of other photographers post their favorite photos from this year so I thought I would share my favorites too. They’ll be a mixture of portraits and other things. 🙂

 

Young Red-tailed Hawk Young Red-tailed Hawk

Monarch Butterfly Monarch Butterfly

Erin Erin

Erin

Erin

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Allison & Megan Allison & Megan

Sarah & Alex Sarah & Alex

Sarah & Alex

Sarah

Sarah & Alex

Baby Jude

Sarah

Sarah & Alex

Sarah

I hope you’ve all enjoyed my favorite photos from 2014. Can’t wait to see what next year brings! 🙂

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A Review of Tex and the God Squad by Author Stuart West

Tex and the God Squad By Stuart West

Tex and the God Squad By Stuart  R. West

The third book of Tex, the Witch Boy series begins with the suicide of a classmate. Everyone at school is shocked and fearful, unable to understand why Bittany, a pretty, popular cheerleader would suddenly kill herself.

In spite of the fact that Tex had never spoken to her, he suspects there is more to her death than what anyone believes and begins asking questions that makes him and his friends, very unpopular and targets for whoever is hiding the truth.

Tex’s intentions when he shows up at the girl’s family home after the funeral, is to show his support and respect to her family. But soon after arriving, the questions that have bothered him from the beginning, become too much for Tex to ignore and he does a little investigation of his own.

He discovers something in her room that could prove if the girl had committed suicide, she was driven to do it by someone else. Now the big question is who would do such a thing and why? But finding the answers to these questions would ultimately lead to Brittany’s killer and a very disturbing truth about a sinister church.

I found this well written tale of murder and deceit hard to put down. I’ve also read the first two stand alone books of this series and loved them both and just like Tex, the Witch Boy and Tex, and the Gangs of Suburbia, Stuart R. West’s third book does not disappoint. The characters of Tex, Olivia and their friends are well rounded and highly developed characters, making the book very entertaining and real. I highly recommend it!

Many of Stuart’s books can be found at MuseItUp Publishing’s website, Amazon , Barnes and Noble and many other places books can be found. If interested in learning more about Stuart R. West and his books, please visit his blog.