July 12

Book Review: Fifth Column by Christopher McGarry

  Fifth Column by Christopher McGarry, is a dystopian thriller, set in the not too distant future. In the wake of Brexit, Britain’s divorce from the European Union, the escalation of EU’s attempt to strengthen and fortify its borders as an entity, leads to a dictatorial state with Brussels as its head, and the formation […]

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.”

July 03

Book review: Lara’s Story, by Diane Merrill Wigginton

  Lara’s Story by Diane Merrill Wigginton        5 Stars An enchanting story that begins in Ireland in 1846. It is inspiring, emotional, and full of love and determination about what it takes to overcome hardship and be the best you can be no matter what life throws at you. It is well-written […]

June 30

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

  Witches’s Gambit by Charles Freedom Long. FIVE STARS! This is an excellent story – masterfully written. Imagine Earth in the not too distant future, where religious fundamentalism has divided the camps between deep-faithed Christians and Muslim followers, and those who adhere to no particular faith at all. It is a fractured world, mankind is […]

June 21

Review: Talon: Come Fly with Me – Book One of the Talon Series, by Gigi Sedlmayer

  Talon: Come Fly with Me – Book One of the Talon Series, by Gigi Sedlmayer, is an absolutely delightful story for people of all ages. A story of friendship, love and acceptance. A very young girl named Matica moves to another country with her family and faces all kinds of challenges and emotional trials. […]

June 17

Review: Hitler’s Escape by C.A. Hewitson

  Hitler’s Escape, by C.A. Hewitson, is a short story rendering about a possible “what-if” scenario. What if Hitler faked his suicide, and with his beloved Eva Braun at his side, was secreted off to Argentina to live out the remainder of his life hidden away on an Argentinian estate? Hitler’s Escape poses an interesting […]

June 11

Review: Exorcising Your Excuses: Heal Your Mind. Honor Your Body. Manifest Your Dream.

  Exorcising Your Excuses: Heal Your Mind. Honor Your Body. Manifest Your Dream. By Griff Neilson Five Stars I have studied, quite likely, well-over twenty self-help books in the past year or so, earnestly looking for the best, the most workable, and most importantly, the one that resonated deepest within me. Exorcising Your Excuses, by Griff […]

June 11

Review: The Anatomy of Escape: An Unconventional Adventure, by Michael Blue

  The Anatomy of Escape: An Unconventional Adventure, by Michael Blue, is exactly what the title suggests. Blue, a successful man in the business world, educated, obviously talented considering his success, finds that the cog-wheel-existence of mediocrity, the dream-life offered in his home-country of Australia, just isn’t cutting it for him. Tired of the obesity […]

June 09

Review: November Fox – Book 1: Following Joy: A Metaphysical Visionary Fable, by E.E. Bertram

  NOVEMBER FOX – Book 1: Following Joy: A Metaphysical Visionary Fable, by E.E. Bertram 4 STARS A mystical, visionary fable with whimsical elements and humor. This story is chock full with interesting characters and an entertaining read that involves travels to other worlds on different levels and times, and weaved with imaginative connectivity between worlds […]