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Book Review: ‘The Eye-Dancers’ – A Uniquely Premised YA Fantasy by Michael S. Fedison

The Eye Dancers, Fedison

'The Eye-Dancers' has quite the unique premise, and will certainly be a fun read for all YA fantasy readers. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Revenant’ by Michael Punke – Coming Soon to the Big Screen Starring DiCaprio

the revenant

The Revenant is an epic tale of mythic proportions, a testament to one man’s courage and indomitable will, and much of it is based on fact. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Ponzi Scheme,’ A Legal Thriller by Howard B. Prossnitz


A must read legal thriller that will take the reader on an awesome ride through a snowball scheme. Read More »

Book Review: Matt Sumell Debuts With ‘Making Nice’ – A Novel In Stories


Readers willing to meet Sumell half way will find the trip worth their while. Read More »

Book Review: Tracy Manaster Debuts With ‘You Could Be Home By Now,’ Novel About a Retirement Community

you could be home

Tracy Manaster’s debut novel is an interconnected set of bittersweet etudes on the theme of loss. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Things Half In Shadow’ A Ghostly 19th Century Thriller by Alan Finn

Things Half in Shadow, Finn

'Things Half in Shadow' has it all: murder, mystery, intrigue, and a smattering of some ghostly paranormal thrown in for good measure! Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Pleasure and a Calling’ – A Psychological Thriller by Phil Hogan


A Pleasure And A Calling is an enthralling psychological thriller. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Pear Shaped,’ A Story of An Abusive Relationship by Stella Newman

Pear Shaped

The journey of a young woman whose perception of her body image is distorted when her new boyfriend starts hinting that her normal size is too big for his taste will resonate with many. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Winter Boy,’ A Cultural Fantasy by Sally Wiener Grotta

The Winter Boy, Grotta

A ‘must read’ for anyone who enjoys a cultural fantasy set in the ‘long ago’ of a more prehistoric past. Read More »

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 »