Friday, March 26, 2010

Book Review for 'Terminal Neglect' by Michael Rushnak

Terminal Neglect was published in 2008 by Publishing Works, Inc. and is available through
Commissioner of Health, Dr. Jonathan Rogers is in line for Surgeon General of the United States. But his inability to play the political games in Washington and a visit from a man named Peter Chambers, stating that Rogers' own oncologist should be jailed for medical malpractice and murder, sets Rogers on a path that takes him through a life-threatening series of kidnappings, murders and treachery that will shake his world and make him wonder who is really calling the shots in the US Health Care System today.
Michael Rushnak writes from the heart and brings us up close with what can really happen when drug companies will do anything for a profit and our government and elected officials let it happen. The characters in Terminal Neglect are straight forward and intriguing and the story unfolds with the speed and force of a freight train. Terminal Neglect will keep you on the edge and make you wonder if you can really trust the health care system in this country. Terminal Neglect is a great page-turner with continuous action and will have you wanting more from this first-time author. I am giving this action-packed novel a 4-spider rating. Bravo to Dr. Rushnak and Terminal Neglect.
DJ Weaver

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Follow Us To 'Heaven Falls' Contest

We are having a contest. Wouldn't you love to win a signed copy of Winslow Eliot's newest novel Heaven Falls? You bet you would. All you have to do is scroll down this page till you see the 'Followers' section on the right. Click on 'Follow' and then go to Twitter and tweet: I am going to #HeavenFalls with @winsloweliot. That's it! Even if you're already following, you can still go tweet for a chance to win. The contest will run for 2 weeks and Winslow will pick the winner from everyone who tweets. Go to to see Winslow's blog and read all about her other novels and what she's up to.

About Heaven Falls by Winslow Eliot
People flock to Heaven Falls to be pampered and rejuvenated. But they also come for romantic interludes with strangers - no strings attached. 'You can buy love,' says the brochure. Unemployed Tess is thrilled when she's promised a job and a home there. Before long, she too falls in love. But Heaven Falls is not heaven, and her world begins to crumble. She has no one to turn to for help except for the man who betrayed her.