Written by a
former sea captain, the novel begins with a philosophical message about the
journey to Homer’s Ithaca, profound; the recurring theme uniquely becomes a
parallel to the eccentric characters’ lives in this epic story.
"Authors have written of the darkness since chisel was first taken to stone, and all have carried a single theme; Darkening Danger. Poe said it best; "Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, and dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before."
With Darkening Danger, Sammy Sutton takes it one step further and gives us a darkness that brings dreams no mortal ever wanted before. The world has undergone a drastic change; the sun is gone, the moon is gone, the stars are gone, and soon all electrical power fails; what do people do when there's nothing to light the way?
Her main character Michael Levine leaves me wondering if he is a light in the darkness or perhaps a part of the darkness. In subsequent books I hope to find the answer. I can't wait! Chaos has just begun and we are only in the first day of what might prove to be the end of the world as we know it.
On today's show: OCD and the Family Part II
The book, "Brain Lock", by Jeffrey Schwartz MD.
Using compulsions to control.
Looking for love.
OCD is a family-shared sickness.
Understanding a person with OCD, but not pampering nor enabling.
Forgiving OCD altogether as a family.
Don't push, don't rush.
The OCD dog?
On today's show: OCD and the Family Part II The book, "Brain Lock", by Jeffrey Schwartz MD. Using compulsions to control. Looking for love. OCD is a family-shared sickness. Understanding a person with OCD, but not pampering nor enabling. Forgiving OCD altogether as a family. Don't push, don't rush. The OCD dog?
Daring couple entertains in fast-paced archaeological adventure series
The quirky controversial “King Solomon’s Journey” by Sammy Sutton presents one duo’s quest to save the human race! In “King Solomon’s Journey”, Sammy Sutton tackles those issues your mother warned you never to discuss: faith, politics, and sex. The novel is the first in the series featuring anthropologist Antonio Dominguez and spiritualist Amanda Messenger, who, together, tackle a host of adventures, including the discovery of ancient scrolls.
When Antonio and Amanda find the 3,000-year-old scrolls King Solomon sent up the Rio Grande in 939 B.C., they unlock the key to saving humanity from a possible catastrophe. With this newfound possession, however, the couple faces an enemy faction called Opera, a group who will stop at nothing to steal the ancient scrolls from Antonio and Amanda.
Readers will follow the 40-something duo—each just as lively as any 20-year-old—as they weave through this high-speed labyrinth of wisd…