May 2016

Review: The Crown by Kiera Cass

This weekend, I was a mess. There is a reason I don’t read sad books. They affect me far too much emotionally and I am miserable while reading them. Or, in this case, listening to it. If it weren’t for the happy ending, I would have skipped this book entirely. 90% of it was just
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Free Audible Book by Larry Correia

I’ve been  wee bit busy lately, with the new website, The Catholic Underground, book cover design, my day job and all of the other stuff I do that I didn’t have time to write a post for tonight. So instead I’m passing on a free offer of a great story from one of my favorite
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Review: A Pius Stand

A Pius Stand was a great ending to an amazing trilogy. I’m rather sad to see it end, because after three books, it’s like the characters have become friends that you hate to see go. I have never cried so much over characters than I did with this book. There was no way that a
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I’ve been reading two very different books lately; one where every couple is perfect, the other where the couples are more realistic. The sappy romantic in me loves the perfect couples. Oh, how sweet it would be to be in love with and be loved by someone who never argues, never finds fault, is always
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YA/NA Catholic Friendly Fiction Site Coming Soon

On May 18th my latest project goes live at http://catholicunderground.dawnwitzke.com/ The Catholic Underground will feature Catholic information and books of interest to teens and young adults. And I’m sure there will be adults that will get use out of the site as well. It will be hosted by Aadi and Mischa who appear in my upcoming
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Review: A Pius Legacy

I finished A Pius Legacy Sunday morning after much-interrupted reading on Saturday. Seriously, people, when I have my nose in a book…leave me alone. Especially when I’m at a good part. This book is an amazing sequel to A Pius Man. I haven’t always had the best of luck with subsequent books being as good as
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