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 Boo! A Chilling Tale of Too-Too #MeToo
Boo! A Chilling Tale of Too-Too #MeTooBy: Simon PlasterPublisher: Mossik PressPublication Date: September 2018ISBN: 978-0-9994-1851-2Reviewed by: Amy LignorLet us begin with the fact that if you're a fan of Halloween, this is one cover you are absolutely going to love. And that's only the half of it, considering the story is fun, suspenseful, and stars a cast that many readers have already had the good fortune to meet and fall in love with.Her name is Henrietta. She's a journalist who works for...
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 BOO! A Chilling Tale of Too-Too #MeToo by Simon Plaster
Reviewed by Douglas R. CobbBOO! by Simon Plaster, featuring a cast of some of the most idiosyncratic and humorously twisted characters this side of Oklahoma City, along with his memorable female protagonist, small town reporter turned big, Henrietta, just might be one of the author's most entertaining and LOL novels yet. In BOO!, Plaster's latest novel, the author takes satirical jabs at a variety of subjects, including sexual mores and the "Me Too" movement. It's a book that will delight...
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 Brokla: The Tale of Things Falling Apart by Simon Plaster
Brokla: A Tale of Things Falling Apart is the newest satirical, LOL book in author Simon Plaster's series of novels featuring a small-town Oklahoman reporter known as Henrietta. As with other books in the series written by Plaster, he pulls no punches and he uses the actions and comments of his humorous, larger-than life characters to target several controversial topics that have been in the news in recent months and since the election of President Donald Trump. No topic is sacred or immune...
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 Brokla: A Tale of Things Falling Apart
BROKLA: A Tale of Things Falling ApartBy: Simon PlasterPublisher: Mossik PressPublication Date: March 2019ISBN: 978-0-9994-1852-9Reviewed by: Amy LignorWe begin with the ever-vigilant-and slightly angered by the establishment when it comes to granting her a story that will win her the Pulitzer-reporter by the name of Henrietta. For those who have been reading this series, leap for joy that this amazing female protagonist is back and better than ever. For those not following Henrietta, the heck...
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 GREEZERS
Okay...I’ve said it before, I will say it again. If you have not become a fan of this author by now, you have either been locked in a closet for a really long time with no access to books, or you simply haven’t been listening to me. If it’s the first reason, I’m highly sorry for your plight and I hope you find freedom soon. If it’s the latter, then you simply make bad choices.Yet again, Simon Plaster has penned a book that is a recipe of fantastic plot, great characters, wit, charm,...
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 Looking fort a Weegie to Love
Looking For A Weegie To Love: One Man, One App, One GoalBy: Simon SmithPublication Date: December 2021ISBN: 979-8-7846-3466-5Reviewed By: Amy LignorThere are more than a few things a man and woman have in common. And when you’re talking about a lonely man and woman, those commonalities skyrocket in number. In other words, lonely is the bottom of the barrel. It’s annoying, it’s painful at times, and it’s a state of mind that makes you seriously angry when one of your own siblings is all...
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 Reprise
Reprise: A Memorious Tale of Things PresentBy: Simon PlasterPublisher: Mossik PressPublication Date: October 2021ISBN: 978-0-999-4185-8-1Reviewed By: Amy LignorReview Date: November 3, 2021 For additional information about best uk replica breitling watches: read more. Buy perfect aaa replica watches uk wholesale shop.Talk about early Christmas presents. On a personal level: I enjoy the heck out of music and the famous lines that were created by awesome songwriters; I would quite...
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 The Woke Iliad
The Woke IliadBy: George BoreasPublication Date: February 2022ASIN: B09MSC981WReviewed By: Barbara Bamberger ScottReview Date: January 27, 2022Drawing from Greek mythology and the latest socio/political trends in the US and elsewhere, author George Boreas has created a new epic, centered on a modern Helen of Troy - in this case, "the least agreeable woman in America...the Ambassador of Woke."Noted not for her beauty, for that would be contrary to her principles, the overly large Helen's...
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 Tracks: A Curious Tale of Who's Her Daddy? by Simon Plaster
Who is Henrietta Hebert’s biological father? An answer to the question is a conundrum that could be illuminated when Henrietta’s mother finds DNA evidence that supposedly belongs to the mystery man, and this is the impetus behind Tracks: A Curious Tale of Who’s Her Daddy? Henrietta’s mother hires a private detective, Max Morgan, to find out the truth. Max is not only an admirer of hard-boiled detective tv shows and crime novels but also an avid listener to The Fat Man, a popular...
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 TRACKS: A Curious Case of Who's Her Daddy
TRACKS: A Curious Tale of Who's Her Daddy?By: Simon PlasterPublisher: Mossik PressPublication Date: March 2020ISBN: 978-0-9994185-4-3Reviewed by: Amy LignorReview Date: May 6, 2020I don’t know about you, but I miss Henrietta from small-town Henryetta, Oklahoma, when I haven’t seen her in a while. I have a fondness for not only this journalist whose ambition was once to win a Pulitzer Prize, but also for the town, itself. I was lucky enough to stay the night in Henryetta way back when and...
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