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Interview: Dina Al-Hidiq Zebib, Author of ‘Crossroads’

Dina Al-Hidiq Zebib

Author Dina Al-Hidiq Zebib recently took the time to speak with Blogcritics about her first book, Crossroads. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Glass Gauntlet, The Blood Guard Book 2′ by Carter Roy


The Glass Gauntlet takes you into the lives of a group of young adults who find the will and the nerve to challenge the evil overtaking their world. Read More »

Interview: Randall Reneau, Author of ‘South Of Good’

Randall Renau

I once got some very good advice from a writer buddy of mine. He told me to give the characters some “rein” and I’d be surprised where they’d take me. Read More »

Interview: Marc Zirogiannis, Author of ‘The Suffering of Innocents’

Marc Zirogiannis

Interview with Marc Zirogiannis, author of "The Suffering of Innocents" and "Pannino is Dead" Read More »

Interview: Sophia Bar-Lev, Author of ‘The Silver Locket’

The Silver Locket taps into the deepest feelings of motherhood.

"To me, a successful writer is the person who is able to enrich his/her reader in some area of their life, whether emotional, mental, spiritual or practical." Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Invasion of the Tearling,’ An Epic Novel by Erika Johansen


In the continuing saga of The Queen of the Tearling, Johansen keeps us captivated with her characters by altering past and present to create mystery and intrigue. Read More »

Interview: Marylee MacDonald, Author of ‘Montpelier Tomorrow’

Marylee MacDonald

Author Marylee MacDonald talks about her most recent work, "Montpelier Tomorrow", ALS and her soon to be published collection of short stories "Bonds of Love & Blood". Read More »

Interview: Jonathan Raab, Author of ‘Flight of the Blue Falcon’

"I want it to be the benefit of the veteran community at large. I want to tell our stories honestly."

Interview with veteran and author Jonathan Rabb, author of "Flight of the Blue Falcon". Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Fraternity of the Soul Eater,’ A Samuel Roberts Thriller by Scott A. Lerner


Lerner gives us characters that are full of fun, bluster and charm, yet have that energy that you feel is trustworthy. Read More »

Books: Luz Thompson, Science Fiction’s Hot New Act

Beyond the Standard Model

Authors this good don't spring up too often. They flex the courage to publish in the "new model," entering the experimental world we are creating around us. Read More »