I haven’t been reading books as quickly as I was a few months ago. I have several books in my pile, that I am slowly reading. I wish I had more time to read but things have been crazy around my house over the last few weeks. The kids will be heading back to school in less than a mouth and I hope that I can get back into my normal routine. I love having the older kids home with me during the day but they do make it harder for me to get my stuff done without being interrupted several times a day.
Reading is something that I think is very important. There are so many book choices available on the market that you and your family members should be able to find a great book that fits your reading style and the type of subjects that interest you. This year when I started reading more books, I have found that I love a great mystery book. I am a sucker for a book that has an awesome cover. *Hint Hint – to all of the authors out there* I think that I like the suspense and drama that keep me involved in the stories. Plus, some of the books that I have read touch on subjects that are often difficult to talk about. When I discovered S.K. Epperson’s book “Green Lake“, I contacted the author on twitter in hopes that there was a sequel to this book. There is currently no plans for a sequel for “Green Lake”. However, I was given the opportunity to read “Black Night” by S.J. Strayhorn, who is writing as S.K. Epperson.
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Disclosure: I received this book in exchange for a review. All opinions of this book are 100% my own and I would never recommend a book to my readers that I didn’t enjoy myself. This book is rated for adults due to its graphic nature.
Eugenia grew up at Fort Grant and returned to the area with her daughter one summer. She wanted to go back and confront her past. Eugenia knew that it was important to go back and lay the ghosts of her childhood behind so that she could move on with her life. Strange things happened at the fort when she was growing up. She wanted to know what happened at the fort while it was an orphanage for young children who were growing up without a family. Eugenia lived at the orphanage as a young child and wanted to know why things happened there that shouldn’t have happened. As she works through her fear, she gets up the nerve to tour the Fort and face the past.