A true friend ™

I think that God has a design for everything and everyone.  Who dares question God’s design for humanity?  Who are they that judge others because they are different and even want to hurt those that are different than the general run of the bunch.  Love is love and those that hate are simply just as God designed them, and for those that love all humanity, must endure their self-afflicted hate and help them to see the light of God.  God does not see color, race, beauty, mixed-genre, or affliction. He designs by reason alone. It is for us to learn acceptance of our differences and more, he wants us to love each other just as we are, warts and all.  That is what make us more like him in his image. Just love.

Originally posted on Purplerays: ? ? A true friend is not like the rain, which pours and goes away. A true friend is like the air, sometimes silent but always around you. ? ? ? ? Text & image credit: Cynthia Davies https://web.facebook.com/cynthiadavies1976

via A true friend . . . — The Militant Negro™

A Review: THE GENIE HUNT by author, M. C. Tuggle

A new novel, by M. C. Tuggle, The Genie Hunt, is so engaging that I could not put it down. I continued reading it until the end, without stopping.  It is not often that I want to reread a novel that I just finished reading. It is that good.  It is a rather unique story about a lawyer, a reformed law-breaker, a kidnapped Genie, and a crime. It is a story about a friendship under duress, life-threatening danger, and a who-done-it mystery. The writing is superb, smooth transitions through scenes, characters that are so real that I was sure I knew them. It was the great dialogue, however, that moved the story along, including, strong pacing and time elements, that rang true.

As the investigation drew closer and closer to the perpetrators of the crime, the action grew and so did the breath-taking danger. And, oh yes, there is a real Genie with a complex set of circumstances.  The main characters, Coot Pickard, and his lawyer friend, Buddy Vuncannon, have been friends since childhood. However, they are total opposites in personality and lifestyle. It is often said, that in relationships, opposites do attract and in this case, it adds to the interesting complexity of the characters. I found this story to also be about a well thought out ode to the wonder of friendship under great duress, because the evidence clearly points to Coot Pickard.  But, as is often said, “the devil is in the details” and in this story, it is certainly true.  The ending is very satisfying and since this novel is book 1, in a new series entitled, Spook Hunters, by author, M. C. Tuggle, I look forward with great anticipation to book 2 of the Spook Hunters. I highly recommend this intriguing story!  5 stars!