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Final Grains of Sand by David Harder

Final Grains of Sand  by David Harder (Ambassador International 2018)

We all end up judging others based on what we know: but do we really know a person? Do we really know a person's life? We only glimpse that which is shown to us. And Final Grains of Sand takes the reader along a journey in learning more about James and who he was: friend, son, brother, father, and husband.
This is one of those books that will definitely stick with the reader. 

While reading, there were instances where I did not like the technique of writing used, but the story trumped technique. And that is the most important thing: can the author tell a great story. And for me, David Harder does just that. 
He told a wonderful story with a great message. Not many authors can successfully execute the omniscient point of view and keep the transitions smooth and flowing. Final Grains of Sand does exactly that: smooth and flowing writing that pulls the reader into the story.

The characters were fully developed and comple…

Author Hightlight: Joanie Bruce

Today's guest on Rebel Book Reviews is Ambassador International author, Joanie Bruce. She has written three suspense novels: Alana Candler, Marked for Murder, A Memory Worth Dying For, and Murder for the Time Being; plus, she has illustrated a children's book authored by Carrie Daws: A New Home for Allie.

Read below to learn more about Joanie Bruce and where you can connect with her.

RBR: If you had to break out of your comfort zone to write a novel, what genre would it be? Why would it be different from your normal style?
JB: I LOVE historical novels, so if I were to veer away from the suspense genre, I would try a book set in the old, old west. It would take a lot of research, but I'm sure it would be fun. I would still like to add a touch of suspense to the story. What can I say? Suspenseful stories are my favorite.
RBR: Readers enjoy to read about different locales. What would be the one place you would love to have as a setting for one of your novels? What makes that plac…