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Book Review: ‘The Death House’ – A YA Novel by Sarah Pinborough

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The Death House is a strong YA dystopian novel about quarantined children: a celebration of hope in the direst of worlds Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Art of the Nudge’ by John Geraci & Christine Miles

The Art of the Nudge by John Geraci & Christine Miles

New book, 'The Art of the Nudge: Unlocking Your Hidden Potential,' advocates use of story to nudge us to greatness in business and in life. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Until Shiloh Comes’ by Karl A. Bacon


The story takes place during the Civil War, at the Battle of Shiloh, where two young soldiers lie wounded and dying. Aaron, a Confederate, is mere miles from home, but for the Yankee Stanley, home is a world away. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Sussex Downs Murder’ by John Bude

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Another gem from the wealth of classic British crime novels. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Legend of the Future’ – Cuban Sci-Fi by Agustin de Rojas


"A Legend of the Future" is a strong blend of hard science and psychological fiction by a master of Cuban sci-fi. Read More »

Book Review: ’10:04′ by Ben Lerner


'10:04' is the kind of book that needs to be savored slowly. Read More »

Interview with Mike Hartner, author of ‘I, Mary’

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I still have struggles while writing. But, in most cases, those struggles mean that I have to look in more detail at the situations, the characters and the settings. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The 3RD Woman,’ A Political Thriller by Jonathan Freedland


In 'The 3RD Woman,' Freedland takes us on a chilling ride that creates many of the challenges and dangers that we often worry about. He takes a harrowing possibility and makes it fact, then drags in the dangers of collusion and hidden agendas. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Benjamin Franklin, Huge Pain In My …’ by Adam Mansbach and Alan Zweibel


'Benjamin Franklin, Huge Pain in my ---' is a zany, funny look at time travel of sorts, as it relates to communication. You will find yourself entranced in the antics of Ike as he seeks advice from his historical mentor. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Wiccan Witch of the Midwest,’ A Samuel Roberts Thriller by Scott A. Lerner

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In 'The Wiccan Witch of the Midwest,' Lerner gives us another fun and dangerous romp with his returning character Samuel Roberts. Read More »