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Book Review: ‘Contract: Snatch’ – A Sei Assassin Thriller by Ty Hutchinson


In "Contract: Snatch", mystery, action and fiery characters come together in a compelling and exciting story . Read More »

Book Review: ‘Sugar’ by Deirdre Riordan Hall


Can Sugar become the girl that Even sees beyond the mirror? She must decide soon or sink into the mire that has become her role in the family. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Counterstrike’ by John Groh


How does a family survive when money is at the root of their existance. What happens when an outsider only adds further to their distrust, fanning the flames of greed? Read More »

How Righteous Anger Keeps You Up the Tree (And How to Get Down)


Often people become angry because they’re not getting what they want or they’re not receiving the recognition they believe they deserve. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Far Shore,’ Book Three of the After Series by Traci L. Slatton


Can the darkness invading a damaged world be set right? Can love conquer all? Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Foiled Knight’ by John C. Stipa


Can a strong lifelong friendship between a man and woman turn into love? Read More »

Book Review: I Hate You, Kelly Donahue by Mark Svartz

You too can overcome your rage after a lady dumps you. Read More »

Book Review: The Help by Kathryn Stockett

An interesting and historical look at Jackson, Mississippi and family interactions in the turbulent '60s. Read More »

Angry Liberals

Rather than apologize, the left needs more angry loudmouths like Teamsters chief Jim Hoffa. Read More »

Book Review: As Happy as Ling by Carlos Aleman

A story of joy in the aftermath of depression, As Happy as Ling looks at the dark side of life. Read More »