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Introducing Documentary Reviews

C.J. Leger mainly reviews books in genres of her field, however, we will now be bringing you reviews on controversial and inspiring documentaries that reach our desk. As a writer, C.J. Leger was first a journalist before an author and this aspect of such a foundation to the writer is deserving of a role here on CJLeger.

Our first review will be on “The Search for Michael Rockefeller”, a story that has lived in a cloud of mystery, awe and disbelief around the world. After the launch of such riveting new facts and footage, it is astounding to find the Michael may have very well been alive 8 years after his disappearance in New Guinea. Our review and coverage will shed light on this forgotten tale of cannibalism, tragedy, and abandonment.

Stay tuned for our segment on this amazing topic and documentary.

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Author Brian Freeman liked Our Review on Immoral!

As I have always stated before, I do not like authors who do not connect with the readers. And this is exactly the reason why I love Brian Freeman as an author. So, one of our favorite books happens to be Immoral by Brian Freeman; it’s the first in the series collection of Detective Jonathan Stride.

We recently did a review on Immoral and posted it to our Twitter page, and that very same day Author Brian Freeman and his lovely wife read our review and liked our post. I was more than humbled when he took the time to retweeted it.

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We wanted to bring this to our readers and thank the author for engaging with me. I’m a firm believer in engaging with our readers and bringing you updates on everything that goes on with us, because in the end, reading is a time consuming activity, and those who choose to do this rather than watching TV (which would be easier) deserve to be a part of the stories they help bring to life. Without readers, there would be no one to write for. Thanks for being a part of my journey!