Category Archives: fiction

April 20

Book review: Dun an Doras: Gurduk (Book 2) by G. Tarr

Dun an Doras: Gurduk (Book 2) by G. Tarr. London becomes the focal point for a paranormal invasion in this intelligently written book. A brutal killer is taking the lives of women in some bizarre and sinister plan to create the perfect bride from the souls of history’s most powerful women; Jack the Ripper’s soul […]

April 10

Book review: A Joy Ride (The Short Story Collection Series) by Michael Priv

A Joy Ride (The Short Story Collection Series) by Michael Priv, brings space opera to life in full vivid color. This fast-paced tale takes the reader on a quick hop to the stars, as a space-jockey is sent on a “simple” courier mission to deliver a package, only to find himself facing the worst-case scenario […]

April 10

Book review: BORN WITH WINGS: The Immortal Life of Piu Piu (Dance Between Worlds Book 1) by Bianca Gubalke

BORN WITH WINGS: The Immortal Life of Piu Piu (Dance Between Worlds Book 1) by Bianca Gubalke is a fanciful fairy tale that takes place in dreams and other dimensions. It is a story about connections, love and a desire to belong. There are many surprises along the way as this spiritual and inspirational story […]

April 05

The Author Spotlight: Gemma Tarr

Writers Inspiring Change: Tell us about yourself! Gemma: I’m a bit of an introvert, to be honest! Books were always a friend I could turn to when I didn’t have any answers; if I wanted a quiet few minutes to escape to another world I knew I could always pick up a book. I learned […]

April 04

Book review: MAGIC: (The Short Story Collection Series) by Michael Priv

MAGIC: (The Short Story Collection Series) by Michael Priv, is a short story about an old man who tells his grandchildren a bedtime tale about a special amulet, a statuesque, with powers of good fortune to its owner. It’s a quick snippet, a fun story with a twisted turn at the end; and like a […]

April 02

Book review: Between the Sun and the Shade: A Collection of Short Stories: To a God Unknown, by Rico Kumana De Silva

Between the Sun and the Shade: A Collection of Short Stories: To a God Unknown, by Rico Kumana De Silva, presents the reader with some very insightful stories. The author delves into the deeper, darker, often times very personal side of the characters in these stories, evoking both empathy and curiosity as to where these […]

March 17

Book review: The Myth of Love by Randy Niederman

The Myth of Love by Randy Niederman is technically a mashup, a book that combines different genres or themes of a disparate nature; nonetheless, it has a thread of consistency which draws the reader through this rather unusual plot-line. The author presents a different concept about the creation of the Universe – not particularly any […]

March 03

Book review: Choreographing Calligraphy by Katrina Plumb

  Choreographing Calligraphy, by Katrina Plumb, is a book of contemporary poetry with varied styles and subjects. The author is a deep thinker who uses poetry to help people as a therapy. Some of the poems are very whimsical and others inspire one to think. Enjoyable and thought provoking. Book review by International Writers Inspiring […]

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 […]

February 02

Book review: The Ghost Illusion by Kerry Watts

The Ghost Illusion, by Kerry Watts, is a mystery revolving around the relative of a serial killer’s victims. This is a fast paced read, both suspenseful and full of surprises. It is also an interesting twist from the usual murder mysteries. A good but sad story. 4 stars! Book review by International Writers Inspiring Change […]