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Book Review: ‘Cello’s Tears’ by Geza Tatrallyay

CellosTears

Reading 'Cello’s Tears' will take you to all the different places the author lived and was inspired. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Author, or The Characters’ Short Living Story’ by Facundo Raganato

TheAuthor

A thought provoking, genius five-star piece of literature for any reader who is not is not afraid to become part of the story and embark on the adventure and challenge ‘The Author’ will present to them. Read More »

Book Review: ‘All We Have Is Today’ by Michelle Wulfestieg

AllWeHaveIsToday

'All We Have Is Today' is a must-read and an absolute necessary addition to your library shelf, your heart and soul, and your personal growth. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Crossroads’ by Dina Al-Hidiq Zebib

Crossroads

Crossroads combines true life characters with realistic situations to make for an engrossing narrative. Read More »

Book Review: ‘While God Slept: A Memoir’ by Emily Kemp

WhileGodSlept

The real-life memoir of a woman in the sex trade proves deep, heart wrenching, yet sometimes humorous. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Excuse Me,’ A Memoir by Norris Kenney Allen Sr.

ExcuseMe

My first impression of Excuse Me by Norris Kenney Allen Sr. was that it would be just another narrative memoir of the author. Don’t get me wrong I love memoirs, but this one is not just a memoir. In the beginning of the book the author shares a little of his background as the reader learns that his great grandfather, a ... Read More »

Interview: Jack Eadon, Author of ‘Got to Make It!’

Eadon2015

"Keep on goin’ works. Read More »

Book Review : ”Sweet Crude’ Odyssey,’ A Thriller by Alex Sochi

SweetCrudeOdyssey

‘Sweet Crude’ Odyssey by Alex Sochi begins when Bruce is approached by an individual who calls himself Steve, while hanging out with his girlfriend at a bar in Bonny Island, Nigeria. Steve knows that Bruce Abel Telema had been fired from his job at an oil engineering firm, and tells him that if he keeps on the drinking path he ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dot Money,’ Financial Analysis by Eric Majors

DotMoney

Dot Money by Eric Majors is a refreshing view at macroeconomics. Spending a year as an intern in the systems and procedures department of a bank in Venezuela while completing my BA in Political Sciences and Business Administration back in the late 80’s; I had been interested in the process of money creation and circulation in the world. Opportunity took me ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘Parisian Promises,’ Romantic Fiction by Cecilia Velastegui

ParisianPromises

A historical fiction novel with intrigue, suspense, fairy tale dreams and the perfect touch of heat that sparks the naughty mind. Read More »