Tag Archives: book

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 […]

May 27

Review: Behind the Veil: One Man’s Spiritual Quest, by Paul Clowes

  Behind the Veil: One Man’s Spiritual Quest, by Paul Clowes, is possibly one of the most erudite books written on the period during the Crusades. Told from the perspective of one man, a monk who wakes up to the fact that the Church of Rome is abusive, deluding people and is using its power […]

May 17

Review: Louisiana Catch, by Sweta Vikram

Louisiana Catch, by Sweta Vikram. 5 stars Everyone should read this wonderful story about a sheltered, intelligent, wealthy woman’s journey. She did not want her mistakes to define who she was and she wanted to help others overcome theirs. Her determination and hard work turned into an enlightenment to others from around the globe; setting […]

May 16

Review: Aim for Justice by Ken Dickson

Aim for Justice by Ken Dickson, is a brutal memoir about a man who is misdiagnosed with mental issues, wrongly medicated, and who suffers in ways that turns a decent and good life into a true nightmare. There are several messages one could get from this story, the details of which are sometimes difficult to […]

May 14

Review: The Vagabond King by James Campion Conway

The Vagabond King by James Campion Conway, is a captivating story, beautifully told, filled with metaphors enough to taunt any imagination, and sadly enchanting. Chris, a teenage boy on the cusp of adulthood, loses his mother to cancer. Life suddenly fades from bright shades of hope and sky-high dreams, to gray clouds and moroseness as […]

May 01

Review: Pax Magellanica: Reichworld by Michael Lingaard

Pax Magellanica: Reichworld by Michael Lingaard. 5 stars!   A tale about the possible future of the human race. Interesting possibilities, futuristic travel experiences and exploration of the universe. An awesome concept of colonization without selfish motive. Humans have evolved to a good place, but..! An enjoyable, well-written and entertaining read that gives one pause. […]