Only Uni

Book 2 in the Sushi Series
by Camy Tang

Trish Sakai has upset Grandma. Not a bad thing for the average person, but in the Sakai family, no one upsets Grandma. Trish had all the right reasons for putting her life on the so-called line–she’s just not ready to marry yet. Or is she?

Having kissed dating good-bye and asking the Lord’s guidance in leading her to the chosen man, Trish finds herself in humorous peril more often than not. Stalked by a gorgeous ex-boyfriend, supported by loving cousins who complain they’re always there to pick up the pieces of Trish’s life only to have her mess it all up again, and ramrod-ed by a Grandma who has sleuthy ways to persuade her granddaughter to see things in proper fashion, this book is a laugh from page one. To top it all off, her partner on a project at work is a man too good-looking for his own good, yet she must resist this temptation, she promised the Lord. . .right?

Ahh, what’s a flirtatious, senior biologist, California girl to do? Pray hard and meet the world head-on!!

As the second book in the Sushi Series, Only Uni is a wonderful, fast paced book that will make you laugh time and again. Life in the single lane as a Christian lady ain’t easy to begin with; Trish Sakai demonstrates how to overcome expectations with style! I can’t wait for the third book to come out!!

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Sushi For One?

Sushi For One?
Camy Tang

Bold. Gutsy. Unique.

This debut book by Ms. Tang is certain to open your eyes to a new culture alive and well and flourishing in gorgeous California. Bringing to life Asian customs, the characters never let you forget you’re in the United States, yet the mouth watering descriptions of Oriental foods and the fine examples of dedication to time honored traditions encourage the reader to consider looking up the closest sushi bar in town.

Lex Sakai is perfectly happy with her life. Grandma is not. Lex has high aspirations for her life, many of which seem to be falling just within reach. Grandma wants Lex married and pulls all stops to get what she wants. Who will win?

With a delightful cast of characters, Ms. Tang introduces us to the worlds of volleyball and physical therapy. Goals, ethics and dreams. Lex is thrown together with strangers, friends and relatives alike in a bizarre competition where the prize appears to satisfy only Grandma. Drawing on her Christian faith, Lex juggles the obstacles thrown in her way and just when we think she is down for the count, Lex discovers miracles really do happen when you let go and let God.

Excellent read. I look forward to next book in the series.

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Review: Waiting For Summer’s Return

Looking for an emotional read? Try this.

Kim Vogel Sawyer has created a stunning debut book. Strong emotions, coupled with gentle and humble souls, make Waiting For Summer’s Return a story loaded with turmoil and poignancy.

After losing her husband and children to Typhoid, Summer Steadman feels no desire to continue living. She has lost everything dear to her, including her faith in God. To widower Peter Ollenburger, who is raising his son with the help of his mother-in-law, faith in God is everything.

The Mennonite townspeople of Gaeddert, Kansas are suspicious of the woman stranded in their midst. Peter seeks a teacher for his injured son and turns to Summer for help, despite the displeasure of the tight-knit community. Through his patience and unshakeable devotion to God, Peter risks his reputation to befriend this despondant woman from Boston. He teaches Summer and the community the joy found in following the examples of Christ.

As Summer becomes comfortable with her new situation, she not only teaches academics to young Thomas, she also softens Peter’s heart to love, brings joy back to Grossmuter’s life, and eases the town’s fears of strangers.

Both Peter and Summer have loved and lost which makes this touching journey of discovery all the more sweeter.

Kim Sawyer has taken the frightened, desolute prairie of Kansas and turned it into a place to call home. She portrays Summer’s struggles in the Mennonite community with heart and depth of insight. She crafts a story of people filled with suspicion and fear who learn that trust in God relieves unnecessary burdens.

This is a must read book.

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Where To Begin?

Staring at a blank page is a bit daunting. . .especially when you’ve chosen this arena of expression all on your own. Why blog? Many use their blogs to express day to day thoughts (mine aren’t all that exciting) or welcome interactive participation (I’d never get anything done if I chatted all day) or announce any type of industry news (I count on others to provide for me) and the list goes on. Let’s experiment and see just where my niche may be. . ..

I’m a fiction novelist, how difficult can writing a few words be? I can begin with snippets of historical facts that I’ve come across during the research of my historical series, Lost Causes. Gypsies have always fascinated me. From the time my mother threatened to sell me to the gypsies if I was bad, to the vivid memories of colorful characters on the big screen, their mysterious, carefree life has become the stereotype for gypsies throughout time.

Want something more current? How about cowboys? My contemporary series, The Circle D Ranch, tackles problems home on the ranch, out on the riding circuit, and even in the world of high finance for those cowboys who make it big and maybe begin to forget their roots.

I’ll also be offering reviews of new books and plenty more.

Interested? I hope so!

Visit often!

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