Write My Name Across The Sky by Barbara O’Neal | Book Review

Why do the people who are closest to you hurt you? Write My Name Across The Sky is a riveting story about three women who are grieving losses and making decisions they think will protect from future hurt – whether that is lashing out to keep people at bay or burying themselves in new experiences….

No Names To Be Given by Julia Brewer Daily | Book Review

No Names To Be Given fictionalizes the mixed bag of adoption in the 1960s, as experienced by three unwed teenaged mothers from different backgrounds, who meet at a maternity center in New Orleans. There’s Faith, the daughter of a evangelist whose dreams of music ministry are cut short when she is raped. There’s Sandy who…