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Book Review: ‘The Memory Painter’ by Gwendolyn Womack

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Variety is both strength and weakness of "The Memory Painter." Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Fox’s Love: Part I of the American Kitsune Series’ by Brandon Varnell

A Fox's Love, Varnell

Fans of shonen manga will most likely enjoy this novel. Read More »

Book Review: ‘City Times and Other Poems’ by Vihang A. Naik

City Times and Other Poems

A book for intellectuals and students of poetry at every level. Read More »

Book Review: ‘South of Good,’ A Thriller by Randall Reneau

South of Good

A five star read that will be enjoyed for all fiction crime story fans who like unique characters. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Understanding Patients’ Sexual Problems’ by Grace Blodgett, Ph.D., MSN

Understanding Patients’ Sexual Problems by Grace Blodgett, Ph.D., MSN

There’s no denial that we are all sexual beings with sexual thoughts and feelings, and to deny or ignore that fact is simply inhumane. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Wife of the Deceased’ by Dawn M. Bell

wife of the deceased Dawn M. Bell

Grieving readers will be able to recognize that they are not alone and will appreciate the validation of their feelings in Dawn M. Bell's book, "Wife of the Deceased." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Pannino is Dead’ by Marc Zirogiannis

PaninnoIsDead

Pannino is Dead by Marc Zirogiannis begins one morning with John Sebastian who, while following his regular morning routine, listens to the local news and finds out that an unidentified body of a Rikers Island correctional officer was found. By the end of the day Sebastian hears in the news that the body was identified as Robert Pannino. John had met ... Read More »

Book Review: ‘Learning C++ by Creating Games with UE4′ by William Sherif

Learning C++ by Creating Games with UE4, book, William Sherif

This book is focused primarily on C++ coding and not on learning Unreal Engine 4. While coding is an essential component of game development, newcomers might benefit from a little more instruction on the editor itself. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Agapé: Heaven & Earth’ by Bob MacKenzie – Celebrating Fifty Years Of Poetry

Cover Agape Heaven & Earth

Fifty years of innovative, creative and inspired poetry Read More »

Interview: Dr. Jim Bailey, Author of ‘The End of Healing’

"The End of Healing is about a heroic young physician’s quest to follow the money into the dark underworld of a corrupt healthcare industry."

"You have to write about something that you care about -– something that you care about a lot — or it will never resonate and you will never be able to finish." Read More »