Category Archives: drama

November 15

Book review: Cappuccino Daydreams: Buckland Gap 3, by Charles Wiltshire

  Cappuccino Daydreams: Buckland Gap 3, by Charles Wiltshire is a fictional drama, the 3rd book in this series about  Steven Harding, who grew up in Portsmouth England under the umbrella of a class of poor, indigent and criminal family members and friends, ended up in prison and when he got out, returned to his […]

December 14

Author Spotlight: H. Berkeley Rourke, author of Sons of the American Fatherland

IWIC: Tell us about yourself… Berkeley: My birth occurred in Douglas, Arizona. My early years my parents were in several places in Arizona and California, including San Francisco and Los Angeles. By age 6, I lived in Parker, Arizona where I spent the rest of my years of growing up. After serving in the U.S. […]

January 23

Book review of Buckland Gap by Charles Wiltshire

Buckland Gap, by author Charles Wiltshire, is a contemporary fiction based on the real-life depiction of a culture in Portsmouth, south England. It is a tough and challenging read because it walks the reader mercilessly and without apology, through the front door of the life of David, a twenty-two year-old street thug and criminal, who […]