Category Archives: book news

August 15

Feature Book: Aim for Justice by Ken Dickson

In this age of mass-shootings and concern about the role of the mentally ill in them, Aim for Justice provides a unique glimpse into an issue of great importance to all Americans—our Constitutional right to bear arms. In this fast-paced, emotionally taut, and inspiring true story, the author relates his struggles after an unplanned surgery […]

July 26

Book Review: The Secret Journals of Adolf Hitler: The Struggle (Volume 2) by A.G. Mogan

The Secret Journals of Adolf Hitler: The Struggle (Volume 2), by A.G. Mogan, is a brilliant rendering on a very difficult and probably, quite controversial subject. In this fascinating narrative about Adolf Hitler, which takes up his life from the point of his release from prison in December 1924, until his assumption of power as […]

July 22

Feature Book: 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 sparks an investigative flame which then […]

July 13

Feature Book: The Ghost – by H. Berkeley Rourke

  “The story is written in a formal manner, although no punches are pulled as you are drawn into the action and investigation. We follow Jeanne, a tough young cop with a no-nonsense approach, and her colleagues as they cast their net, looking for a rapist, turned killer.” “This is an intriguing book and the […]

July 06

Book Feature: Witches’ Gambit: Book One of the Seven Worlds, by Charles Freedom Long

“More than science fiction – Witches’ Gambit is a preview of where our world is heading if fundamentalist religion and corrupt politicians continue to divide the human race into illusory camps; and corporate greed continues to fuel a military establishment, a world where fear dominates and where logic, love and science have taken the backseat.”

July 06

Feature Book: The Anatomy of Escape, by Michael Blue

“Not only is this a tremendously entertaining book, rich in adventures, hilarious encounters, and thoughtful philosophy as experienced by a mobile hobo, this is a challenge to us to examine how we are living.”

January 05

Book Review: Changes – Buckland Gap 2, by Charles Wiltshire

Changes – Buckland Gap 2, by Charles Wiltshire, is the sequel to the book Buckland Gap.  Steven Harding, a former resident of Portsmouth, England, returns home after finishing a lengthy prison term. During his internment he has become a reformed man, with new values in life and the realization that he is also gay. Steven […]

September 04

Author Spotlight on KC Martin – author of The Grid Warrior

  IWIC: Tell us about yourself. My name is KC Martin and I hail from Portsmouth in England. My work history has been varied but interesting. First I was a Chef (still am at home), then I was a Cinema Manager and now I work in IT. In my heart I have always wanted to […]

August 29

Book review: California Bound by Frank Kelso and John O’Melveny Woods

California Bound, by Frank Kelso and John O’Melveny Woods, is simply great western story-telling. California Bound is gritty, tough and ruthless – the sort of Clint Eastwood style of action in The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, and yet, with the panache, flippant and flirtatious flamboyance of saddle-riding, gun-shooting cowboys who smile at danger […]

August 24

The Most Inspiring Author Award

  Each year, at International Writers Inspiring Change, we bestow the MOST INSPIRING AUTHOR AWARD to authors of each literary genre in books which we have reviewed for that year. The judges are voting now. Results will soon be published and winners will be announced. The candidates for 2017 are as follows: Romance John’s Pond […]