Musings Of Orientation

Kindle Scout is steadily turning out winning novels that are attracting favorable reviews from readers in all genres. Over the months, I’ve had the good fortune to read some of these books, and from time to time, I’ll post my sense of them. Here are five from Teresa Roman, Vincent Annunziato, M.R. Pritchard, Linda Sands, and Steve Gannon.


This is a beautiful story that explores the fragility and endurance of human connection. Two young people, damaged both physically and emotionally, must find the courage to move past their respective hurts and discover what it means to be vulnerable and trusting. Ms Roman reveals layers of depth in the characters of Jessica and Justin with a light, smooth touch that’s in tune with the tender and tentative blossoming of their relationship. An uplifting and inspirational read.



M.R. Pritchard has written a poignant contemporary…

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About M R Pritchard

M. R. Pritchard is a two-time Kindle Scout winning author and her short story "Glitch" has been featured in the 2017 winter edition of THE FIRST LINE literary journal. She holds degrees in Biochemistry and Nursing. She is a northern New Yorker transplanted to the Gulf Coast of Florida who enjoys coffee, mint chocolate, cloudy days, and reading on the lanai.
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