Category Archives: book review

December 12

Book Review: The House of Crow, by John W. Wood

The House of Crow, by John W, Wood is an awesome 5-star read! The book is an historical fiction, filled with action, about a family of warriors, set in the 19th century when a band of Blackfoot Indians attack a group of Irish immigrants. The story is being told to a young man, the only […]

December 09

Book Review: Unleash Your Inner Super Powers: and destroy fear and self-doubt, by Jacqui Letran

Unleash Your Inner Super Powers: and destroy fear and self-doubt, by Jacqui Letran, is actually ground-level material about how anyone can improve their perspective, their state of mind and their potential for success. This is not lofty material, it is simple, fundamental and powerful stuff because it addresses the very pillars of what makes us […]

December 01

Book Review: The Game of VORs, by Andrew Orange

  THE GAME OF VORS, by Andrew Orange, is a fantasy tale about a world with many hidden agendas and classes of people. On the whole, it is a selfish and violent society with little regard for life. A young Vor is the main character in this story. Raised by his body guard, he comes […]

November 27

Book Review: Beauty from Ashes, by Meme Green

Beauty from Ashes: Detroit Raised Me, Got Saved Me, by Meme Green, is an amazing story about resilience and strength. This is a true story about the author herself, who fought to survive and who was challenged to find happiness in life, until she finally understood what was really important to her. After many wrong […]

November 22

Book Review: Expect Greatness, by John Hawkins

Expect Greatness, by John Hawkins, provides some excellent and pragmatic principles for use in excelling in life. In as much as it is motivating to read, the book is not a motivational presentation, so much as a textbook or manual on how to approach life and reach one’s potential. Hawkins starts off with some very […]

November 21

Book Review: Cheerleading for Writers, by Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

Cheerleading for Writers, by Victoria Ichizli-Bartels, is a practical manual on the subject of writing, particularly aimed at those who are thinking about writing or starting on their first writing project. The author pulls back the curtain on her own writing experiences, providing the reader with personal anecdotes which help to illustrate the hurdles that […]

November 19

What is International Writers Inspiring Change?

The International Writers Inspiring Change, (IWIC) was formed in 2016 to spotlight the inspiration of authors from around the globe. Our concept was about putting authors into the spotlight, whether veterans of the trade or new upstarts, it was our goal to expose them and their books to more readers. We offer authors a FREE […]

November 16

Book Review: Who was Joseph Pulitzer? by Terrence Crimmins

Who was Joseph Pulitzer? by Terrence Crimmins, is a very interesting read, both from an historical perspective and from the perspective of a man who had a mission in life and who refused to compromise that mission. Most of us have heard of the Pulitzer Prize, the coveted award given out annually to journalists in […]

November 11

Book Review: A Buss from Lafayette, by Dorothea Jensen

A Buss from Lafayette, by Dorothea Jensen, is a delightful historical fiction for younger women. And if you didn’t already know, the word “buss” means kiss. Being a grandmother, I must say that I enjoyed every word of it. It is well-written, entertaining and a wonderful peek into the life of a girl who had […]

November 01

Book Review: The Hidden City of Chelldrah-Ham: Stig’s Flight of Encounters, by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen

The Hidden City of Chelldrah-ham: Stig’s Flight of Encounters, by Stephan von Clinkerhoffen, is a delightful and whimsical fantasy about adventure and doing the right thing in difficult situations. It was a pleasure to read and to experience the journey of a young boy into a fantasy world. Book review by International Writers Inspiring Change […]