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Interview Donna McDine – Author of ‘Dee and Deb Off They Go Kindergarten First Day Jitters’


Interview with Donna M McDine, author of "Dee and Deb Off They Go - Kindergarten First Day Jitters": "Instilling the love of reading at a young age helps a child across the curriculum as they advance in school". Read More »

Book Review: ‘Killing Juggernaut’ by Jared Bernard


"Killing Juggernaut" by Jared Bernard is important reading. Even though it is a fictional story, it is incredibly realistic. Read More »

Interview with Cheryl C. Malandrinos, Author of ‘Little Shepherd’

"If I am happy with my writing, I call that success."

If I am happy with my writing, I call that success. I don’t need to be Jane Yolen, Shel Silverstein, or Dr. Seuss. Read More »

Book Review: ‘He Killed Them All’ by Judge Jeanine Pirro

He Killed Them All by Judge Jeanine Pirro

"He Killed Them All" by Jeanine Pirro is a gripping firsthand account of building the case against Robert Durst. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Barcelona Shadows’ by Marc Pastor

Enriqueta Marti

This gothic tale, set in anarchist-haunted, war-drained, superstitious Barcelona just prior to World War I, is a fictionalized account of the notorious real-life career of Enriqueta Martí, a serial child-killer and pimp. Read More »

Interview: Dr. Gabrielle Francis, Author of ‘The Rockstar Remedy’

The Rockstar Remedy

Interview with Dr. Gabrielle Francis author of "The Rockstar Remedy". Read More »

Comic Review: ‘Step Aside, Pops’ by Kate Beaton


In "Step Aside Pops" Kate Beaton takes readers on a whirlwind tour of history, comic books, and crazy modern tropes. Read More »

Book Tour: Ted Koppel’s ‘Lights Out: A Cyberattack, A Nation Unprepared, Surviving the Aftermath’

Ted Koppel

Ted Koppel, on tour promoting his new book "Lights Out", warned that cyberattacks will hit the power grid next, a dire situation that the U.S. won't be able to handle. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Art In The Blood, A Sherlock Holmes Adventure,’ by Bonnie Macbird


In "Art in the Blood, A Sherlock Holmes Adventure" Bonnie Macbird has given us back the Sherlock Holmes of old, one whose flaws are a constant battle who yet maintains a sense of panache that creates trust in those who rely on him. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Whistling Women’ by Kelly Romo


In Kelly Romo's novel, we are introduced to the lengths that people will go to when in trouble or need. Read More »