Tag Archives: books

July 13

Feature Book: The Ghost – by H. Berkeley Rourke

  “The story is written in a formal manner, although no punches are pulled as you are drawn into the action and investigation. We follow Jeanne, a tough young cop with a no-nonsense approach, and her colleagues as they cast their net, looking for a rapist, turned killer.” “This is an intriguing book and the […]

June 05

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

We asked author, Charles Freedom Long, to tell us about his recently published book, Witches’ Gambit: Book One of the Seven Worlds   When I began writing the Seven Worlds Series, eight years ago, I had no idea it was going to become what it is. I was beset with voices in my head, visions […]

May 24

New release: The Anatomy of Escape: An Unconventional Adventure, 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.’ ★★★★★   Have you ever asked yourself if our ideas about success are all they’re made out to be? Do […]

May 23

Review: Forever England by David Luddington

  Forever England, by David Luddington, is a humorous look at an Englishman who is relocating to Spain and starting a new chapter in his life. It’s a wonderful look, from the inside, at all the “norms” of a Spanish and small-town culture, which he must adapt to and endure, the quirky business relations, the […]

February 21

Book review: Zygi’s Beans by Dustin Corkery

Zygi’s Beans by Dustin Corkery is an imagination-sparking children’s book. It’s a fun read, with quick and easy dialogue, and creative fun-filled pictures that portray the journey of Zygi. We hope to see more of Zygi and her adventures in the future. Book review by International Writers Inspiring Change  

January 05

Book Review: Changes – Buckland Gap 2, by Charles Wiltshire

Changes – Buckland Gap 2, by Charles Wiltshire, is the sequel to the book Buckland Gap.  Steven Harding, a former resident of Portsmouth, England, returns home after finishing a lengthy prison term. During his internment he has become a reformed man, with new values in life and the realization that he is also gay. Steven […]

December 31

Book Review: The Bucktown Babies by Janine R. Pestel

The Bucktown Babies – Father Gunter, Demon Hunter Book 1, by Janine R. Pestel, is a horror-genre read. Demonic forces have descended upon a small town and babies are dying in numbers which captures the attention of Johann Gunter, aka Father Gunter, a demon hunter who makes it his business to track down malignant spirits who […]

December 23

Book Review: The Fifth Battalion by Michael Priv

The Fifth Battalion, by Michael Priv, is a unique science fiction thriller, a novel that combines the thrills of science fiction space opera, along with the existential – an insight into the spiritual roots of humanity. Norman, the main character in the novel, discovers that he was once part of a battalion which ended up […]

December 23

Author Spotlight: Michael Priv, author of The Fifth Battalion

IWIC: Tell us about yourself … Michael: I was born in the Soviet Ukraine, and through dangers and adventures, I arrived to the USA in 1979 and went on to graduate the University of Pittsburgh to become a Construction Engineer. Currently I am a Property Field Adjustor for a major insurance carrier. I live in […]

December 16

Book Review: Sons of the American Fatherland, by H. Berkeley Rourke

Sons of the American Fatherland, by H. Berkeley Rourke, is more contemporary realism, than contemporary fiction. A book, written in documentary style, which tells the story of Jonas, an American-born son of a proud loyalist to the Third Reich and Hitler’s Nazi movement. Jonas is taught to regard Jews and people of color as sub-human, […]