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Book Review: ‘Swing Set,’ Erotica by Joanna Kadish


An erotic look at one couple's step into the swinger's lifestyle. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Bedrock’ by Britney King

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This is one of the best romantic suspense books I have read from an indie author. Read More »

Interview: Peter Palmieri, Author of ‘The Art of Forgetting’


"Often, creativity stems from blending two seemingly unrelated subjects together to come up with a new idea." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Cherished Memories’ by Sylvia Rouss


Cherished Memories by Sylvia Rouss is a story about seeing the beauty in something old and stained. Amy asked her Grandma if she could select fabric to assist her with making a gown for a play that she would be in. Turns out, the fabric looks just like the fabric on the old, worn kitchen chairs in her Grandma’s house. ... Read More »

eBook Review: ‘Pleasure Palace’ by Obsession


A downright dirty girl read that lovers of erotica will enjoy, but only if you are not looking for cheesy storylines. Read More »

Interview: Sarah Elle Emm, Author of ‘Prismatic’


The main message in this series is that is doesn’t matter what we look like on the outside, we’re all just humans. The story deals head on with racism in a futuristic segregated dystopian society. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Saving Faith’ by Patrick M. Garry


A story for those who do not take themselves too seriously and those who can appreciate the quirks that make this world go round. Read More »

Interview: Carole P. Roman, Author of The ‘Captain No Beard’ Series


"If we understand other people and the reasons others do things, perhaps there will be more tolerance in the world." Read More »

Interview: Steven Long Mitchell & Craig W. Van Sickle, Authors of ‘The Pretender’ Series


"Knowing a story that came from your heart had an effect on the heart of another is very humanizing . . ." Read More »

Interview: Glen R. Stott, Author of ‘The Neandertals’ Series


"Basically, when I am motivated to write a story, I look for the best genre to tell it. . ." Read More »