Juanita Davis-King

Biography

J Davis-King is a writer of both fiction and non-fiction with over 17 years experience as a writer. She holds an MS degree in English.

Books

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Smashwords book reviews by Juanita Davis-King

  • After... Chapter 1: Alone on Nov. 03, 2014

    An interesting story about apocalyptic America. Worth reading. It is very descriptive and therefore, places the reader into the thick of things following character(s) as they navigate and fight their way through this new world.
  • Mozart's Brain - Number 1 on Jan. 25, 2015

    Enjoyed reading this piece. The voice and tone of the writer is engaging, honest and interesting. The information will help creative writers understand the difficulty of transitioning from business, academic or formal non-fiction writing to creative writing. Oh, by the way, Baren's writing is really good!
  • Dreams in the Light of Islam on Jan. 25, 2015

    This is a translation into English, otherwise the content is enlightening and I learned something about dreams that I'd never considered before.
  • Srange Thoughts on Jan. 04, 2016

    Strange thoughts Poetry Book is filled with beautiful poems that touch and enlighten the soul and mind, at least for me they did. I couldn't stop until I read the entire book. Although, I loved them all, following are the poems that resonated with me most of all: Vibrate; Need (pg. 2) Preach; Brave (pg. 3) Truly (pg. 9) Cry (pg. 10) Friend; Drown; and Diluted (pg. 11) Retract; Beneath (pg. 12) Beneath (pg. 12) To Be; True (pg. 13) Past (pg. 14)
  • His Lucky Day on June 02, 2016

    Surprisingly good storytelling. Interesting protagonist, fast-paced, nice story-line. Couldn't stopped reading.
  • Fragments Of Me on June 02, 2016

    Wonderful, beautiful poems that illustrate great dept and sensitivity. For those who love poems, who seek hope, healing, understanding of some of life's ups and downs, read this excellent work of poetry.
  • Working on a Super Yacht on June 03, 2016

    Enjoyed reading "Working on a Super Yacht". I learned about the hard work of securing a position, living in small quarters, washing down the deck and making mistakes along the way. There is also the thoughts and musings of wildlife in the sea: dolphins, turtles, etc. What is most notable is that the author had the courage to completely change his life, which he briefly discusses. The writing style teaches the reader about securing a position and working on a super yacht. The writing is engaging, heart-warming and encouraging. No words wasted. A joy to read. This booklet is for anyone who wants an introduction to working on a super yacht, but it is also for those who are considering changing their life, and don't know how. (review of free book)
  • A Very Real Affair: A Clean Regency Romance Series 5 on Dec. 27, 2016

    The story was enjoyable and suspenseful with a satisfactory ending. The sex scenes were a bit jarring or inappropriate for what in essence is a sweet romance. After all, what woman would want to make love to another man (no matter how kind) after being severely beaten by a cruel and abusive husband. That isn't realistic. Overall, the sex scenes were distracting, because they seemed out of place in such a sweet romance. That being said, Sarah Smith is a good storyteller, which is why the 4 stars.
  • Read More Books in Less Time - Best Speed Reading Tips for Book Lovers on Dec. 27, 2016

    I learned exactly what it means to speed read and it wasn't what I thought, which was just fast reading. According to this book, I am one of those people that reads one word at a time, which is slow reading. I'm now going to practice reading in chunks instead of one word at a time. Very educational.
  • 25 Productivity Tips for Successful Business Owners on Dec. 27, 2016

    Interesting and useful tips on time management and time management software.
  • Psychic on Dec. 27, 2016

    An original story with an interesting twist.
  • Mozart's Brain, Too - Number 2.9 on Dec. 27, 2016

    Enjoyed this content, as I learned something new, helpful and original about how important the eyes are in character portrayal.
  • The Big Gamble on Dec. 28, 2016

    Really, really good storytelling. Loved it!
  • A Taste Of My Thoughts Black Lives Matter on Dec. 28, 2016

    A well thought out interesting poem.
  • A Christmas Prayer on Jan. 04, 2017

    This is an uplifting story about a married couple that refuses to give up when all seems lost. It is a sweet love story about hope, prayer, and healing. I enjoyed reading it.
  • How to Write and Publish Your First Book in Less Than 30 Days: A Beginner's Guide on Jan. 04, 2017

    The book is good for beginners and intermediate writers. The writing style is conversational and easy to read. In addition, there is solid ideas on writing, editing, proofreading and publishing self-help books.Enjoyed reading it.
  • Poetry on Dec. 01, 2017

    I like the poems, because they made me stop and think.