#FF My Review for Rhavensfyre’s ‘Switching Gears’

Hello Friends and welcome! Today I am sharing with you a book review for a story that I really enjoyed, ‘Switching Gears’ by Rhavensfyre. It is a bit…

#FF My Review for Rhavensfyre’s ‘Switching Gears’

My Review of Nico J. Genes ‘ADHD: Life is Beautiful

Excellent story! Excellent Review by Lynn Lawler

Lynn Lawler's Creative Artists' Blog

Good afternoon Friends and welcome. Thank you for visiting last week for Addison Conley‘s guest blog. If you haven’t read her book, ‘Falling For Love‘, I highly recommend it. Today I am presenting my review for Nico J. Genes‘ ‘ADHD: Life is Beautiful.’ This is a very rich story. It is based on how one woman with the help of her best friend raise her son who has ADHD.


This story is told from the third person and is from the author’s point of view. Eliza and her son Peter and friends of the author/narrator. The author/narrator writes about how Eliza and Peter’s friendship positively changed her life.

Eliza can be short-tempered and abrupt when she feels uncomfortable. She does off the wall things that no one can explain. At the same time, she has a great heart and is very dedicated and loving…

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Meet Author Nico J. Genes

Lynn Lawler's Creative Artists' Blog

Hello Everyone and welcome. It is great to see you. Thank you for stopping by last week for my review for Lyn Garner‘s ‘Choices.’ Today I am having author Nico J. Genes speak with us about her books and other things.

What inspires us?

What motivates us?

What is the reason behind everything we do?

I’m searching for answers constantly and the more I ask myself the more I need to dig dipper. Some things I know now, but others are still an enigma.

I am certain of two things though: I love to travel and I love to write. Are they complementary? YES.IMG_20180709_201330

I am often asked how did I come up with the idea for my first novel, Magnetic Reverie, the first book in  The Reverie series. It was years ago, I was traveling by train from Ljubljana to Zagreb, where I worked at…

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