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Book Review: ‘Awoken, The Lucidites: Book One,’ A Young Adult Fantasy by Sarah Noffke

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Every night Roya dreams she is drowning, and has strange premonitions. And always there is that burning question offered during her sleep by strangers she does not know. Who is she? Read More »

Interview: Donna Galanti, Author of ‘A Hidden Element’

"Let go – of your ego that is. Accept constructive criticism and be open to improving your writing."

"To succeed you cannot think your writing is perfect or that first draft is perfect or that your story can’t change." Read More »

Profile: Donna Galanti, Author of ‘The Human Element’

“I slay my own demons through my writing – and I highly recommend it!” says Galanti.

"I am drawn to writing the hero’s journey – more so the tormented hero, and tormented villain." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Martyr’s Moon’ by J.E.Lowder

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The true whisperer finally breaks the bonds, reminding Elebea of her true self. Only she can spin the stories to save their world. Read More »

Book Review: Black Throne Conspriacy by K.M. Johnson-Weider

Could you allow the life of a loved one to be taken, to get what you want in life? Read More »

Book Review: The Secret History of the Reptilians: The Pervasive Presence of the Serpent in Human History, Religion, and Alien Mythos by Scott Alan Roberts

The Secret History of the Reptilians traces sin and evil from the Garden of Eden forward many centuries. Read More »

Book Review: Shadow Man by Mark Murphy

Can the perfect life be real or is it able to draw evil into your life? Read More »

Book Review: The Guardians of the Temple by Michael Shevlane

A lost ancient book. A mysterious temple. An exiled king. A rising evil. Read More »

Why The Wizard of Oz Should be Rated NC-17

This beloved film depicts a moral cesspool of lying and hypocrisy – and the worst offenders are the "good" characters. Read More »

Book Review: A Satan Carol by Alan Steven Kessler

A Satan Carol combines elements of the macabre and parody/satire to explore the concepts of free will and evil. Read More »