Author: Amy Fellner Dominy


Dec 12
Bite-Sized Reviews: Hello?, Aftermath, and Die for You

Bite-Sized Reviews: Hello?, Aftermath, and Die for You

Reviews 25 ★★★★

I won all three of these books from Liza Wiemer in her I Hope You Forgive Me* giveaway and I couldn’t resist reading them all right away. Liza apparently wanted to rip my heart out and stomp on it in all the best ways with her book selections. LOVED them all!! Hopefully these bite-sized reviews will be enough to feed your fiction addiction! *(If you haven’t checked out the I Hope You Forgive me website, you should. It’s a place for people to anonymously ask forgiveness for something they did in their teen years.) Hello? by Liza Wiemer Published by Spencer Hill Press on 11/10/15 Genres: Young Adult, Contemporary Pages: 417 Source: Won It! My content rating: Somewhat mature YA (Characters have sex, Issues such as suicide and abuse dealt with) My rating: One HELLO can change a life. One HELLO can save a life. Tricia: A girl struggling to find her way after her beloved grandma’s… Read more »


May 07
A Matter of Heart by Amy Fellner Dominy – Review & Giveaway

A Matter of Heart by Amy Fellner Dominy – Review & Giveaway

Giveaways (Ended), Reviews 9 ★★★½

When I signed up for this tour, I was told to write about something sporty. I thought for a moment that this might be impossible, because I am one of the least sporty people in the universe. Unless you count marathon reading as a sport, I’m pretty much lost. But, then I realized I DO have something to write about. I may not be athletically inclined, but my daughter and husband both are – at least in certain things. My daughter is a gymnast. She trains nine hours per week (soon to go up to twelve), and she works hard. I am always amazed at this girl’s intensity and focus. And, here’s the thing – athleticism doesn’t come naturally to her. She didn’t miraculously get genes for grace and strength out of nowhere. She isn’t one of those athletes who seemed to be born with natural ability coming out of her ears. But what she did… Read more »