Tag Archives: fiction

March 14

Book review: Nothing is as it seems, by Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

Nothing is as it seems, by Victoria Ichizli-Bartels is an appropriately named short drama about Elizabeth, a young lady who returns to her childhood home in London in the hopes of gaining some closure with her past, only to discover what she never thought was possible. A simple, yet surprising read about a life that took […]

February 22

Book review: Camp Scoundrel: Doing what it takes to survive paradise, by David Luddington

Camp Scoundrel: Doing what it takes to survive paradise, by David Luddington Camp Scoundrel is a wonderfully humorous read, full of wit and poignant satire. In this very entertaining story, we follow a handful of people, accused of crimes of different types, who are sent to a remote location in Spain where they must survive by […]

December 11

Writers Inspiring Change book review of Where the Campaign Ends, by J.P. Dalton

WHERE THE CAMPAIGN ENDS by J.P. Dalton is a different story, one about a person’s struggle with issues doing the things they love and a company they built over many years. Caught up in the intricacies of a business that leaves little time to enjoy life leads to making some tough choices. Quite a journey and […]

December 08

Writers Inspiring Change book review: Grid Wars, by KC Martin

Grid Wars, by KC Martin is a cyber fantasy. A sequel to The Grid Warrior, Grid Wars follows Paul, an IT specialist who has created an entire cyber world where humans can be transplated to, a world without violence, crime or hate, the virtual paradise. Unfortunately, as we all know too well, there are those with other agendas, […]

November 30

Writers Inspiring Change Feature Book: Grid Wars, by K.C. Martin

It is the year 2061 and Grid World is now a thriving world with over two hundred thousand people. Paul Wilson was the first visitor to this digital paradise and he has now lived there for thirty years. With the help of those that had followed him Paul has now created a beautiful paradise world […]

November 22

Writers Inspiring Change interviews J.P. Dalton, author of Where the Campaign Ends

Here at Writers Inspiring Change we spotlight authors from around the globe, and today, we are interviewing J.P. Dalton, the author of Where the Campaign Ends.   Tell us about yourself, J.P. I’m a married father of three adult children and have lived in the Phoenix area for the past 41 years. While I still sometimes wish my […]

November 15

Book review: Cappuccino Daydreams: Buckland Gap 3, by Charles Wiltshire

  Cappuccino Daydreams: Buckland Gap 3, by Charles Wiltshire is a fictional drama, the 3rd book in this series about  Steven Harding, who grew up in Portsmouth England under the umbrella of a class of poor, indigent and criminal family members and friends, ended up in prison and when he got out, returned to his […]

November 02

Book review: The Spyglass and The Cherry Tree by Matt Beighton

The Spyglass and the Cherry Tree by Matt Beighton is an enchanting fantasy adventure had by a young girl on summer break. It is filled with exciting travel into another world, a place where she grew to be braver than she ever imagined. Along the way she made lots of new friends, including Goblins and […]

October 26

Book review: The Silver and The Green, by Mari Collier

The Silver and the Green by Mari Collier This is a very interesting fantasy tale about another world, one that has a similar weave to the 17th or 18th centuries of our own world. Relationships develop out of a need to survive. Journeys of escape ensue. Troubles grow between different groups each with their own […]

October 15

Book review: Undertow of Loyalty by M.D. Davies

Undertow of Loyalty by M.D. Davies is a crime thriller that reads, in many aspects, like a real-crime documentary. Neil Henberlin arrives to work one day to find his desk cleared, his things packed away and the confused looks of his peers. He soon discovers that he is supposed to be dead, at least according to […]