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Book Review: ‘The Dress Shop of Dreams,’ Magical Realism by Menna van Praag

Dress Shop

The magic Etta’s needle weaves just might inspire readers to weave a little (real) magic of their own, born out of faith and perseverance. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Book of Zev’ by Marilyn Horowitz

the book of zev

Even though the author relies on amazing coincidences more than I like, the plot moved quickly and the book is very well written and entertaining. It is certainly a commendable effort and worthy of book club discussions about human existence and our relationship to G-d. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Phoenix Blade: Project Justice,’ a Vigilante Justice Thriller by Andrew Hess

The Phoenix Blade, Hess

Despite various problems, this was a decent read, with twists at the conclusion. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Forest of Fortune’ by Jim Ruland

forest of fortune

Jim Ruland can write; all he needs is some fine tuning. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Ghost Heart’ by Ripley Patton

Ghost Heart

A slower paced but just as good third installment of the PSS Chronicles. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Heart Does Not Grow Back’ by Fred Venturini

the heart does not grow back

A realistic, almost conventional story of teenage angst takes an explosive turn into the realm of magical speculative fiction. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Guardian and the Rogue Shadow’ by S L Lewis

The Guardian and the Rogue Shadow, S. L. Lewis

The second book in Lewis' "Guardian" series proves as engrossing as the first. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Reality TV’ by Frank Bukowski

reality tv bukowski

I recently ‘met’ author Frank Bukowski, online via Twitter. That’s one of technology’s great benefits: the ability to converse with people who live half a world away. Anyway, Frank was interested to know if I’d be willing to read his newest literary compilation: Reality TV. I did a teeny, tiny bit of research about him; read the synopsis of Reality TV ... Read More »

Interview: John Fusco, Author of ‘Dog Beach’

dog

"... if you are driven by your story and characters you do whatever it takes. Like a cabinet maker, 8-10 hours a day." Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Prank List’ by Anna Staniszewski

The Prank List

'The Prank List' offers a fun, enjoyable, and realistic view of what could happen when one's mother's business is threatened. Read More »