Saturday, January 23, 2010

Dream Summore: 10% goes to Diamond Project

Are you dreaming for more? Dream Summore has penned her debut novel called "Mirror, Beware!" under GSH Publishing to break the book shelves and online retailers in March/April 2010.

Dream is also giving 10% to Diamond Project in Milwaukee, WI for teens ages 15-19 since we are losing our children to drug-abuse, STDs, AIDS, and even suicide. We want to reach the youth, teach the youth, and direct our youth to a future of hope.

Details about author and book entitled, "Mirror, Beware!" can be found on

We want to see our youth rise, not fall...can pre-order your copy of this book for $15 (shipping covered) to and shipping information once the book is released will be shipped immediately and 10% of book sales proceeds goes to Kay Norworthy's organization: Diamond Project.

Keep Dreaming,
Dream Summore

Mail to Dream 4 More Lit. Cons. Firm
c/o Dream Summore
PO BOX 240803
Milwaukee, WI 53224

You still have time...some are giving to Haiti or praying to pay bills and put food on the table...when God touches your heart to give, then move and you will be blessed. Thank you.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Desire at Will: Dream 4 More Reviews

This reviewer is always very skeptical of books that deal with religion because often times these books have a tone of being preachy and not informative. This was not the case with Desire at Will, Turner has masterfully created a cocoon around the reader that allows for whatever emotion that the reader feels yet provides reassurance that everything can and will be alright if you believe that the Supreme Being (no matter what you call him/her) will see you through. Congratulations to her for a welcome addition to the genre! I look forward to her future works that include biblical references and text.

Dream 4 More Reviews,
Tanya Bates
4 stars: Sweet Dreams!

With the diligence of a scholarly researcher, Adrienna Turner has hit the bulls-eye when it comes to targeting those who are seeking understanding of God’s will. Scripture by scripture, Turner breaks down what we must do as believers to condition ourselves for alignment with the perfect will of the Lord. “Desire at Will” takes a common sense approach, commanding that we examine our own motives, behavior and obedience to the Word of God as we seek His blessings and presence in our lives.

The constant scriptural references and extensive information may be a bit overwhelming for someone looking for an easy read. However, “Desire at Will” is a selection that should definitely be added to the library of those who would enjoy a comprehensive biblical analysis.

Dream 4 More Reviewer,

Adrienne Adams (3 stars: What a Dream!)


Thursday, January 21, 2010

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

2009 Compiled Dream 4 More Reviews List

2009 Books Reviewed by Dream 4 More Reviews:

5 stars (Wooed Me Dream or Wooed Us!):

1. Birthing from Obscurity to Promise by Pastors Michael and Carolyn Byrd
2. The Day Begins with Christ by Adrienna Dionna Turner
3. Hiding in the Shadows by Claudia Mosley Brown
4. Ace of Hearts by Jean Holloway
5. Your Definition of Wealth + Our Methodology by Mark A. Dulaney
6. Give Me Destiny! By James A. Jimason
7. God’s House: Returning to the Heart of Ministry by James A. Jimason
8. The Ministry of Motherhood by Cheryl Lacey Donovan
9. Rhythm Can’t Keep Time by Deondriea Cantrice
10. The Certain Ones by Vanessa Richardson
11. My Father, My Nazi by L. Milkweed Augustine
12. The 99 Males Who Make Your Life a Living Hell by Tanya White
13. Who Is He To You by Monique D. Mensah
14. Love Found Me by Vanessa Richardson
15. Divine Providence by Nicole Childress

4 stars (Sweet Dreams!):

1. Practicing What You Preach by Vanessa Davis Griggs
2. Keeper of Secrets by Anjuelle Floyd
3. Over and Over Again by Ni’Cola Mitchell
4. Postal Blues by Nikki Coe
5. The Chainsaw Man by L. Milkweed Augustine
6. Content…Right Where I Am
7. Secret Betrayals by Harriet Wilson

3 stars (What a Dream!):

1. A Reflection of Me an AAMBC Anthology by Tamika Newhouse
2. The Incredible Origins of the Onyx Sun
3. The Milkweed Prophesy: Epitaph of the Apocalypse by L. Milkweed Augustine
4. Desire at Will by Adrienna Dionna Turner

* Compiled between March 2009 – December 2009. Most reviews were done by Adrienna Turner until we built a steady crew of reviewers (4-5). We are only showcasing 3 stars to 5 stars. This includes even author requested reads, reviews, and ACR (advanced copy reads) with a few unbounded copies (galleries or pdf files). Since December 30, 2009, we no longer accept pdf files for review.

Monday, January 18, 2010

When payment has been rendered, you can be put in a drawing 2 win a copy of each speaker's book.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Vessel of God: Shalonda "Treasure" Williams

Shalonda "Treasure" Williams writes a much needed and anticipated book in a meditation-devotional style. The author poses questions that we all have wondered or asked at some time or place, where she gives Scriptures, examples, and clarification on how to view these posing questions addressed from God's perspective (Holy Bible--His Word).

This book is also a conversational read, as Shalonda delivers a down-to-earth way to minister to everyone what God sees for their lives. She shares the depths of her soul (experiences) too.

There are a couple areas that spoke to me in volumes in her devotional read. She expounds on where blessings come from, not materialistic things such as a home, car, and wealth to name a few. Our divine blessings come at God's appointed time--to fulfill God's plan and to meet our necessities, not wants. She also defines the term "blessed" with following Scriptures for review. How the family values are diminished and when we refer to what "mama say/said" instead of the voice of God. Last, I love the section on fear in which shows that we do not trust God, He does not reside in us, and to stand in our rightful place with boldness (confidence) not fear. Shalom (peace)!

She also has a Scripture review section after each question posed and passages in reference to the question to see what God's Word says to you. She adds at the end of the book, 'study questions' to expound on our viewpoints.

Dream 4 More Reviews,
Adrienna Turner
4 stars, Sweet Dreams!

The opinion of the reviewer does not reflect the views of Dream 4 More Lit. Cons. Firm. The author sent a copy of the book for a free of charge review from Dream 4 More Reviews.

N.S. Ugezene Review: Real Thoughts

Real Thoughts by N.S. Ugezene discusses some controversial, political, and social issues and topics.

Under the impression this book will tailor to teens with the exception of vulgar language in some parts of the ebook. Some of the topics that I took from the ebook was players learn about the pleasures of relationships; political and religion viewpoints from the urban characters in the storyline; battling with obesity; technological communication tools; and rapper legends.

However, it was difficult to read the first chapter where it sets up the scene of a threesome or intimate scene to Sex Talk Q&A of a magazine article on sexual relationships and crisis. This train of thought for the author and the reader loses the flow of the story, concept delivered, and sequence of story ideas. Next chapter, I feel touches on the struggle with weight loss such as erratic diets that are not successful for the person over 200 lbs. In the ending of this chapter, I was not sure if it was sarcasm or a joke in this passage, "Don't let food be Lucifer" when facing the temptation of food.

There were minor editing issues or usage of slang, narrative voice was not strong since I did not realize who was "I" until nearly third of the book to determine it was "Pascal" speaking in the narration.

Overall, N.S. Ugezene has taken the challenge to touch on these controversial issues in Real Thoughts, however, the delivery or his style of writing can confuse, loose his reading audience. I am not convinced he drawn out these 21st Century issues to keep the reader engaged.

Dream 4 More Reviews,
Adrienna Turner
1.5/2 stars: Okay Dream!

The opinion of the reviewer does not reflect the views of Dream 4 More Literary Consulting Firm. The author has provided an unbounded copy, e-book version for a free of charge review with Dream 4 More Reviews.

Lama Milkweed Review: Electric Chair

Lama Milkweed Augustine attributes consist of letters, journal writings and testimonials, drawings, actual photos of present and older models of electric chairs, poetry, letters to Senators (and House of Representatives on the Death-Crime Bill) in Massachusetts, and other philanthropist acts to provide arts for Florida prisoners before their execution dates arrives.

With the journal entries and testimonials, Milkweed provides accurate facts and descriptions of the actual acts of the electric chair. She also gives historical, social, and political evidence to these horrific death penalties and those on death row. Death row is someone waiting to die during their prison term. She tells us of the first dated prisoner who died by the electric chair, William Kelmer, in 1890 noted in the United States in New York city. She also elaborates on other unimaginable terrors and hideous acts throughout our U.S. history such as the brutal acts forced on innocent people who were considered as outcasts, did not abide to the English or American governments, and laws, witches, and slaves. Most of this was done by their own ignorance, prejudice, selfish motives, and rulership (whoever was in power).

Moreover, Lama has a heart for the condemned, those called to die and undergoing great pain. She can related due to her own medical condition, where she also shares these dreadful testimonies. She states that we can be prisoners without the steel bars due to our own isolations from society, people, and unholiness methods.

This book is resourceful in history, social-economic, literature, and criminal justice classes.

Dream 4 More Reviews,
Adrienna Turner
5 stars: Wooed Us!

*The opinions of the reviewer does not reflect the views of Dream 4 More Literary Consulting Firm. The author has sent a book to be reviewed free of charge.

Friday, January 15, 2010

1 Vote 2 email: Female Author, Reviewer & Literary Talk Host: Adrienna Turner. Win 2010!
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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

New Review is in: Beautiful by Kiexiza Rodriquez.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

The Dream Experience: January 31st

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Literary Moments: Book Reviews, Book Clubs, and Teleseminars

We would like you to join us about book clubs, book reviews, and teleseminars to share your thoughts if you are available for this upcoming show.

Time: Sunday, 5:00 p.m. Central Time
Date: January 17, 2010
Call in: 347-989-0702

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