Category Archives: fiction

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 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 03

Author Spotlight: Dorothea Jensen, author of A Buss from Lafayette

IWIC: Tell us about you! Dorothea: My name is Dorothea Jensen. I was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and grew up in Chillicothe, Illinois. I majored in English literature at Carleton College and earned an MA in education at the University of New Mexico. I have been an ESL tutor for refugees, taught junior high and […]

October 07

Book Review: Natural Enemies by Warren Adler

Natural Enemies, by Warren Adler, was a very difficult book to put down. It is an intense and emotional ride, and very gripping too. This is a story of a couple’s journey through many trials which challenged their love to the max. Good story-telling and a lesson on what real love can do, no matter […]

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 […]

September 10

Book Review of The Grid Warrior by KC Martin

The Grid Warrior by KC Martin, is a science fiction fantasy, that casts the reader into the future, in 2031, when the world of digital games is reaching new highs. In The Grid Warrior, Paul, a programmer and gamer who lives in England, has developed a way to integrate himself into the very matrix of […]

September 05

Book Review of Murder by Ghostlight by J.C. Briggs

Murder by Ghostlight, by J.C. Briggs, is an eloquently written suspense murder thriller, in the genre of Sherlock Holmes, but of course, in this case, the story follows the famous writer, Charles Dickens. Although fictional, the author has cleverly entwined Dickens in the plot, where, Dickens finds himself suspected of murder, and in the story […]

September 05

Book Review of Dun an Doras by G.L. Tarr

This is a fantasy adventure, and it has everything; mythology, legends and folklore. The book is intensely interesting and gripping. The story takes place in Ireland – a land full of folklore. It is a story about love & loyalty between friends who work together to fight off evil. It will keep you on the […]

September 04

Author Spotlight on J.C. Briggs – author of Murder by Ghostlight

IWIC:  Tell us about yourself? I used to teach English and English Literature at a boarding school in England. Before that I lived in Hong Kong and taught there, where I also took part in a TV puppet show, playing the part of Violet the Vulture! I now live in a cottage by a river […]