Rhetta Akamatsu is an author and online journalist who writes about music, books, movies, and more. She is the author of The Irish Slaves: Slavery, Indentured Servitude and Contract Labor Among Irish Immigrants, Haunted Marietta, T'ain't Nobody's Business If I Do: Blues Women Past and Present, and several other books, available at Amazon and other fine online and offline bookstores.
The Magic School Bus: All About Earth is a perfect blend of fantasy and earth science for children.
A thoroughly enjoyable tale of 1959 college life.
An epic and richly satisfying tale of love, intrigue, friendship and loyalty in Second World War India.
Earth Girl is a fascinating debut science-fiction novel for young adults that older adults will also enjoy.
An engrossing and exciting steampunk adventure with a hero who can stand with Indiana Jones.
The Springtime Collection is full of animal stories to entertain little ones, which are charmingly illustrated and narrated,
Secretly Famous has a cool, positive blues-rock vibe that should introduce Rev. Jimmie Bratcher to a wider audience.
The Globetrotter Diaries is a fascinating account of Michael Clinton's adventures on seven continents which also provides tips and advice for fellow travelers.
Harold the High Knight and Princess Megan has an interesting and exciting plot but is seriously hampered by grammatical errors.
The Publicist is a traditional love story enhanced by well-written characters and an inside view of the publishing industry.