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Book Review: ‘Closed Doors’ by Lisa O’Donnell


Listening behind closed doors all types of secrets emerge. What happens when the listener is a child that doesn't understand the words? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Look Who’s Back’ by Timur Vermes

Book Review Look Who's Back by Timur Vermes

A hilarious, yet poignant look at today’s world through the eyes of one of its most horrific villains Read More »

Book Review: ‘Mimi Malloy At Last’ by Julia MacDonnell


A fascinating tale of loss and redemption, horror and love, and coming of age no matter how old you are. Read More »

Interview: J. Boyce Gleason, Author of ‘Anvil of God’

"Writing unearths emotions and ideas that are very hard to explain or justify."

"I originally thought about doing it as a science fiction fantasy, but the story was too good to mess with." Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Opposite of Everything’ by David Kalish


Unconventional and funny novel confronts a cancer diagnosis. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Zero Alternative’ by Luca Pesaro

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To know what is happening in the world before the markets open for the day would create a power that many would covet at all costs. Read More »

Interview: Kaira Rouda, Author of ‘In the Mirror’

What choices would you make if you knew you may die soon?

"My target is women. I know that sounds broad, but I truly believe all women can relate to and enjoy my books." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Stealing the Moon & Stars’ by Sally J. Smith and Jean Steffens

Stealing the Moon & Stars

Money often is the root of all evil, especially when those that suffer are the innocent and most in need. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dark Aemelia’ by Sally O’Reilly


This dark and riveting tale of love, witchcraft and passion brings the Elizabethan age to vivid life. 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 »