Category Archives: adventure

July 20

Book Review: The Horse Killer, by Joe Kilgore

The Horse Killer, by Joe Kilgore The Horse Killer, by Joe Kilgore, is a good western adventure novel told in classic western style, but with an unusual twist. Texas Ranger, Raven Comstock, on the hunt for wayward criminals, comes across an abandoned farm where he finds the carcass of a brutally beaten horse. The crime […]

June 21

Review: Talon: Come Fly with Me – Book One of the Talon Series, by Gigi Sedlmayer

  Talon: Come Fly with Me – Book One of the Talon Series, by Gigi Sedlmayer, is an absolutely delightful story for people of all ages. A story of friendship, love and acceptance. A very young girl named Matica moves to another country with her family and faces all kinds of challenges and emotional trials. […]

April 27

Review: The Roto-Rooter: Selected Short Stories by Michael Priv

The Roto-Rooter: Selected Short Stories by Michael Priv, is a collection of 16 very entertaining, well-written and imaginative short-stories covering several genres. This is a wonderful anthology, and no matter one’s taste or preferences, this collection is bound to spark something inside you and certainly bring a smile to your lips and at times, fire […]

March 25

Book review: Beyond Reach: The Short Story Collection Series, by Michael Priv

Beyond Reach: The Short Story Collection Series, by Michael Priv, is a short story about Captain and his squad who have been ambushed while escorting a UN delegation in a war zone.  From the first paragraph it captures you and holds you until the very end. A touch of romance and a whole lot of […]

February 08

Book review: Execution of Justice, by Patrick Dent

Execution of Justice, by Patrick Dent, is an action thriller set in the early 1970s during the oil-crisis, a story that takes the reader behind the scenes of political and power-intrigue, and the manipulation of the oil market. In this story of fast-paced blood and guts, we follow several parallel threads as the daughter of […]

October 04

Book Review: The Cosmic Bullet: The Enigma Series Part One, by Andrew C. Broderick

The Cosmic Bullet, The Enigma Series Part One, by Andrew C. Broderick, is a futuristic outer space adventure. The story moves along at a good pace, never boring and with some edge-of-seat moments too. Without any spoilers, the story involves two brothers who have opposite views on what should be done with the Cosmic Bullet […]

June 07

Book Review: “Alvar’s Spear” by Charles Freedom Long. “A Star Wars quality sci-fi fantasy!”

Alvar’s Spear, by Charles Freedom Long, a sci-fi fantasy, is Star Wars quality action. Alvar’s Spear takes us into the future where sentient races are at odds, where the ultimate fate awaits entire worlds unless one person, Gar, a hybrid, can find a way to save his world before it is too late. Wonderfully written, […]

May 01

IWIC Book Review of NADIA: POLAND (Book 1) – “A gut wrenching historical WWII romance that is haunting.”

NADID: POLAND, by author Lois Gerber is a gut wrenching historical WWII romance that is haunting. Set in Poland, as the Nazi invasion takes place, we follow the story of a young girl, Nadia, who lives just outside Warsaw. As the war advances, she begins to witness the horrors of the inhumanity against the Jews, […]

April 30

The Author Spotlight on Lois Gerber – author of “Nadia” Book One: Poland. A coming of age WWII historical romance

IWIC: Tell us about yourself. Lois: I’m a registered nurse specializing in community health. I believe in the spirit of community health nursing—its focus on wellness, relationships, families, and communities. My Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Pittsburgh and Master in Public Health degree and Specialist in Aging certificate from the […]

April 23

IWIC Hall of Fame: William Beck, author of Crosscurrents

Today we feature William Beck in the IWIC Hall of Fame. William is taking his inspiration to another level. He not only weaves environmental threads into the themes of his books, spotlighting issues which are critical to all of us – but he also works at making changes in the world. Here is his story. […]