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Book Recommendation: Smallville – Strange Vistors

So I’m doing things a little bit different here at R.I.U. HQ. In all the posts that I’ve done on my blog, I’ve never done a book recommendation. I have plenty of reviews but because of the new direction that we’re taking, I haven’t had the time to actually do a whole lot of reviews even though I’ve read a handful of books in the last couple of weeks. But what I wanted to do with this new beginning is to really add a little bit more value to the people who come to the website. So I am going to give book reviews when I can and book recommendations when I see that a book is really enjoyable to me and that I think will be enjoyable to my readers as well.

So this week in my weekly blog post, we have my first book recommendation which comes from writer that I very familiar with, Mr. Roger Sterns about a small town in Kansas.

Status: Gone Dark

There are a lot of things going on behind the scenes here at R.I.U. Central. Some things are big, some small, but they are all leading to something that I’m confident will build a better experience for my 3 1/2 readers (one day, I’ll have four. I just know I will). Changes means a lot of moving around and implementing which takes time. Slowly but surely, it’s coming together and this time I’m want you to come along with me. It’s not because I believe I’m not interesting. More so it’s because I want to be honest to those who have hung in there with me all of this time. I appreciate it. Now, you’re stuck with me for good and I’m not sure if that’s a good or bad thing but if you like to read the stories I write, then I suppose it’s a good thing.

I’m making changes all over the place, not just here at my website. In all things that are connected to my website as well. There are all of these small things that when you are first starting out, you may not spend as much time as you need to spend on because you’re anxious to get something out to the world. This go around, everything will get its proper attention. In order to do that, we have to pull back everything into the warehouse, re-inventory and reorganize as we formulate a new plan.