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Wedding Day

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Thursday, October 15, 2015 Review by SoTB

WeddingDayBy:  Ron Vincent

Bryan Flynn loves to catch fish on the Yellow River in Florida’s Panhandle. He loves to drive couples to and from their weddings in his limo and he loves to stay out of people’s business until one day he receives a gift that turns his world inside out.

Bryan discovers that he knows something about every bride and groom he meets. Something that they desperately need to know. And he does not want to tell them.

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Mother’s Day

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Monday, September 8, 2014 Review by SoTB

Short on Time Books is proud to bring you the first release from an exciting new author!

MothersDayBy:  Ron Vincent

Phil Oglesby hasn’t spoken to his mother in years. And she doesn’t seem to care until he surprises her with a Mother’s Day visit that becomes the biggest mistake he’s ever made.

Williemaye, Phil’s mom, is not a Norman Rockwell mom. For many people the Sunday set aside to celebrate motherhood is often regarded as a celebration of the deepest ties, the warmest memories, and the best emotions.

Phil’s Mother’s Day is like being invited to a birthday party where the guests decide to hang you. Sometimes in life, it is often a much better idea to stay at home.

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Shot to Hell

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Tuesday, June 4, 2013 Review by SoTB

ShotToHellBy: Angela Falkowska

Sister Mary Christopher’s life as a nun wasn’t remarkable, but her death is about to make a big splash! After she dies accidentally, she goes straight to Hell, where she does her best to turn the Underworld upside down. His Satanic Magnificence sends the “Holy Terror” on a mission of revenge just because He’s BORED. She struggles through her eye-opening, and at times, sticky task, unaware it’s been rigged for her to fail. She’s also in danger of breaking the long-lost 11th Commandment. Satan’s sure to be pleased…at first…but there’s always Hell to pay!

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Retro Geeks

Book by Humor, Young Adult
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 Review by SoTB


By: Karen Mueller Bryson

Remember when it wasn’t cool to be a geek? That’s so yesterday! Retro Geeks, chronicles the (mis)adventures of two self-proclaimed geek girls, Molly and Ally, as they attempt to land super-hot dates for their senior prom. The 80s obsessed BFFs attempt a variety of date-finding schemes, including spying on the popular girls for the 411 on fitting in, in their quest for top-tier prom dates.

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One Last Class

Book by Humor, Young Adult
Monday, January 23, 2012 Review by SoTB


By: Karen Mueller Bryson

Thirty-two year old, Zak Spencer, is a washed-up teen idol, who decides to rebuild his life by returning to college in Arizona. Trouble ensues when Zak falls in love with the young professor, Amy Campbell, who teaches the one class he needs to complete his degree.

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Where is Wonderland Anyway?

Tuesday, October 14, 2003 Review by SoTB


By: Karen Mueller Bryson

In her sharp and sassy second novel, Karen Mueller Bryson tells the story of a young woman’s ascent from the trailer parks of central Florida to become one of Hollywood’s hottest celebrities. Where is Wonderland Anyway is an exciting tale inspired by the beloved Alice in Wonderland. Alice Sparrow grew up in the trailer parks of central Florida and lived with an abusive boyfriend in the margins of society. When an accident makes Alice the prime suspect in her boyfriend’s murder, she decides to go on the run. The young woman hitches a ride to California with a quirky magician named Lewis, who is on his way to a movie audition, and a tough runaway named Carol, who is searching for the mother who abandoned her. Through a series of unpredictable events, Alice finds herself the star of a major motion picture and one of America’s most wanted criminals.