Joanne Mazzotta

"Joanne Mazzotta"
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 78% (51 of 65)
Location: West Warwick, Rhode Island
In My Own Words:
"There's no tragedy in life like the death of a child. Things never get back to the way they were." Echoing these words by the former president Dwight D. Eisenhower, author Joanne Mazzotta writes Why Whisper?, a motherís gripping account of her journey alongside grief after her 32-year-old son Danny took his own life.

Why Whisper? faces the more arduous task of living with oneís self as suicide … Read more

Interests
Piano, reading, sewing, oil painting, cooking, travel, caring for children, being a mother and the matriarch of a great family. Mostly, being a mother.
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 62,025 - Total Helpful Votes: 51 of 65
Echoes Of Madness by Roy Stolworthy
Echoes Of Madness by Roy Stolworthy
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stolworthy Does it Again, 6 April 2014
In his usual style Stolworthy introduces us to a live scenario with distinguishing measures of vivid images.
He launches the reader to Finch, the soldier who reckons with war in his own special way after being primed by war itself. In his customary way Stolworthy gives a character portrait of each player in the story, and creates a recognizable group of participants as the story unfolds and discloses the path to the heart of it all. On the way to that path I felt more and more curious as to the outcome of the lives of those characters. My main attraction to this author is the way he draws pictures with words. The way he describes impending doom, war, fear and death itself, is often a… Read more
Hidden In Plain View by Roy E Stolworthy
Hidden In Plain View by Roy E Stolworthy
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Roy Stolworthy did it again with HIDDEN IN PLAIN VIEW.
His art speaks volumes to the craft of writing, as in all of his works. Again I wasnít disappointed by his bleeding pen. Stolworthy has a way of taking a reader to the rain, the dark of night and the sensation in each verbal landscape, without a hitch. Though this novel is fiction, I couldnít look away. On the first page he tells us how Amanda Prentiss died while Alex Catchpole, minister of defense had his hand under her skirt in the backseat of a taxi.

Gabriel Horn materializes and brings us to his murderous profession by way of Stolworthyís talent for word placement. Horn is made up and yet so real in his strong… Read more
The AL-EX Project (Alternative Existence): Testing&hellip by C.M. Donaldson
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dreams Speak Loudly, 30 April 2013
The AL-EX Project (Alternative Existence) Testing the Limits of Dream Control

If you have ever been curious about the power of the subconscious mind, how it works and how it plays a part in our dreams, this is the book for you.

CM Donaldson is the author of a new way of seeing the existence of an alternate world in this story of a man who made his life's work an investigation of the meanings of dreams and how they can serve him, no matter how weird or impossible his visions became while in a dream state.

Alex, the main character along with his cohort the "Scientist" dug deep for answers in the center of their mission, The AL-EX project, to record and… Read more

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