September 11

Book Review: From Cleopatra to Hugo: History’s Most Legendary Love Affairs (Book 1) by A.G. Mogan

From Cleopatra to Hugo: History’s Most Legendary Love Affairs (Book 1) by A.G. Mogan is an historical non-fiction, depicting the lives and loves of some of history’s more notable romances. One cannot help but see, as one reads about monarchies of fame, writers of great repute, or other figures through history, the tragedy of their romantic […]

September 03

Book Review: The Transmigrant, by Kristi Saare Duarte

The Transmigrant, by Kristi Saare Duarte, is an historical fiction, depicting the  life of Yeshua, the son of a Palestinian carpenter, destined by the ways of his culture, to follow in the footsteps of his father. Yeshua, however, has no such plan – he wants to follow another path and learn the secrets of life – […]

August 30

Book Review: Aim for Justice, by Ken Dickson

  Aim for Justice by Ken Dickson An inspiring true story about a difficult journey and the consequences to the main character and his family. Mistakes are made by people everyday that affect the health and well-being of people. This book is about the courage & determination to recover what was lost and make the […]

August 27

The Author Spotlight on Gigi Sedlmayer, author of the Talon series

Tell us about yourself! I was born in Berlin, Germany, on 19 May 1944. Escaping to the West before the wall went up, we moved around, a lot, changing schools many times because my father had to go where he could find work after the war. It was not good for me, since I didn’t […]

August 24

Book Review: Dun an Doras Bytheiad, by Gemma Tarr

Dun an Doras Bytheiad, by Gemma Tarr, the third in this fantasy/horror series, is laced with a good dash of frightful and repulsive imagery, as well as plenty of witty and humorous dialogue. The combination is a good balance, and one does not detract from the other whatsoever. The characters in this story are a […]

August 22

Author Spotlight: Ken Dickson, author of Aim for Justice

Tell us about yourself! I was a dedicated engineer, content with my eight-to-five job—until I suffered agonizing abdominal pain after digging holes for fruit trees in my back yard. Unknowingly, I had perforated my bowel which led to a life-threatening infection and emergency surgery. Despite many complications, I recovered only to end up becoming manic […]

August 16

Book Review: The Maltese Incident by Russell F. Moran

The Maltese Incident, by Russell F.Moran      5 stars The story was not what I was expecting of a time travel novel, it was much better. Very hard to put down, interesting and exciting. A very unique story, with enjoyable and relatable characters. There may be a sequel – I’m hoping. A must read. Review […]

August 15

Feature Book: Aim for Justice by Ken Dickson

In this age of mass-shootings and concern about the role of the mentally ill in them, Aim for Justice provides a unique glimpse into an issue of great importance to all Americans—our Constitutional right to bear arms. In this fast-paced, emotionally taut, and inspiring true story, the author relates his struggles after an unplanned surgery […]

August 10

Feature Book Review: The Scouts of St. Michael: Operation Archangel, by Dan Morales

  The Scouts of St. Michael: Operation Archangel, by Dan Morales, is set in rural England during the early stages of World War II. A group of young boys, living in an orphanage, wards of the British state, are determined to start their own Boy Scout Troop. Without the funds to buy uniforms, the sisters […]

August 07

Book Review: In a Gilded Cage by Susan Appleyard

In a Gilded Cage by Susan Appleyard        *** 5 stars *** An historical romance about the Austrian Royalty in the 1800’s. The customs of the times in Austria were difficult for young women. Arranged marriages, little or no independence. Women everywhere had difficult lives and very little power over their circumstances, but […]