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At an early age, Barbara experienced what she referred to as – supernatural phenomenon. As a teenager she kept a diary in which she documented several of her disturbing nightmares. Barbara ultimately incorporated her visions into several of her writings. In her writings, she loves to evoke a false sense of security and expectations - leading the reader into a world of the unknown.

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Friday, February 08, 2013

"Adjusting Journal Entries" - Review by Barbara Watkins

Author: Ashley Fontainne
Title: Adjusting Journal Entries
Genre: Thriller
Publisher: RMSW Press
Print ISBN# 0615721346

“To Revenge or Not to Revenge?”

Ever heard the phrase, “Something Wicked This Way Comes?” Author, Ashley Fontainne’s, novel ‘Adjusting Journal Entries’ is wickedly entertaining, thought provoking, and just all together thrilling!

As with all her books, Ms. Fontainne does her research – creates memorable characters, spot on dialogue, and always leaves her readers wanting more. Ms. Fontainne’s literary works remind me of another great author I adore, John Grisham.

 ‘Adjusting Journal Entries,’ the third book in the (Snake) series, wraps up this trilogy with a most thrilling conclusion. The reader follows, Audra Tanner, the heroine of the series, as she continues her flight for revenge. Who has not wanted revenge at one time or another in their life? As a reader, I long for plots with twist and turns – colorful characters, and scenarios that will ‘wow’ me. You will get all the above and more with, ‘Adjusting Journal Entries.’

Ashley Fontainne’s trilogy includes, ‘Accountable to None,’ ‘Zero Balance,’ and ‘Adjusting Journal Entries.’ I highly recommend adding all to your library!


Ashley Fontainne said...

Thank you Barbara for such a gear review!

Barbara said...

You're quite welcome, Ashley - it was a pleasure to read and review your work!