Category: Book Reviews

Midwest Book Review

“The injection of a mystery, complex relationships buffeted by the winds of war and change, and a series of choices that cement the worlds of future generations are all wonderfully written, presented in a manner that will attract both historical fiction and general-interest readers… Continue Reading “Midwest Book Review”

The BookLife Prize Review

“The book is historically very well-researched and is artfully crafted to withhold crucial plot points from the reader until the moment of revelation is right. The story reads like a mystery, and there are enough plot twists and turns to surprise the reader, who… Continue Reading “The BookLife Prize Review”

The Other Mrs. Samson: A Book Review – Kameo Monson

Discover untold stories of those who loved Josef Samson beyond both World War I and World War II in the Other Mrs. Samson. http://kameomonson.com/the-other-mrs-samson-a-book-review/

Advice for Authors

Far be it for me to offer advice, but I was asked and here is my answer… Passion, persistence, perfection, perseverance, and patience in any order you choose. There are no shortcuts, only hard work, much self-flagellation, and always uncertainty. Writing can be a… Continue Reading “Advice for Authors”

What Genre Are Your Books?

Recently I was asked “What genre are my books and what drew me to that genre?” I think readers who will enjoy my latest book will be those who enjoy twentieth century historical fiction, 1850’s through World War II. The Other Mrs. Samson is certainly not… Continue Reading “What Genre Are Your Books?”

Goodreads Giveaway

Goodreads giveaway for 100 Kindle Advance copies of new book by 2016 Reader’s Choice Awards Nominee Ralph Webster! To be released February 15 – Kindle, Softcover, and Audible Versions

It is time to unveil the cover!

It is time to unveil the cover.  The writing is done.  The editing is complete.  Interior design is underway.  Won’t be long now before One More Moon is available! Learn more at One More Moon

Thank You IndieView!

Thank You IndieView for publishing the interview this week!

The Rise of Nazi Germany

“These were difficult times.  The old order was quickly changing.  The Nazis were constantly issuing new orders to diminish the role of German Jews in daily German life. It was a slow, grinding process.  Each day, there was something new we were forced to… Continue Reading “The Rise of Nazi Germany”

A Smile in One Eye: a Tear in the Other

“Life does find a way to create a balance somewhere between smiles and tears. And, like a pendulum’s swing, life seldom stays in one place. Life keeps on moving until, one day, it stops.”— Ralph Webster Goodreads Quotes

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