Tag Archives: literature

September 10

Book Review of The Grid Warrior by KC Martin

The Grid Warrior by KC Martin, is a science fiction fantasy, that casts the reader into the future, in 2031, when the world of digital games is reaching new highs. In The Grid Warrior, Paul, a programmer and gamer who lives in England, has developed a way to integrate himself into the very matrix of […]

September 05

Book Review of Murder by Ghostlight by J.C. Briggs

Murder by Ghostlight, by J.C. Briggs, is an eloquently written suspense murder thriller, in the genre of Sherlock Holmes, but of course, in this case, the story follows the famous writer, Charles Dickens. Although fictional, the author has cleverly entwined Dickens in the plot, where, Dickens finds himself suspected of murder, and in the story […]

September 05

Book Review of Dun an Doras by G.L. Tarr

This is a fantasy adventure, and it has everything; mythology, legends and folklore. The book is intensely interesting and gripping. The story takes place in Ireland – a land full of folklore. It is a story about love & loyalty between friends who work together to fight off evil. It will keep you on the […]

September 04

Author Spotlight on KC Martin – author of The Grid Warrior

  IWIC: Tell us about yourself. My name is KC Martin and I hail from Portsmouth in England. My work history has been varied but interesting. First I was a Chef (still am at home), then I was a Cinema Manager and now I work in IT. In my heart I have always wanted to […]

June 22

Book Review: John’s Pond by Donna Lynch. “True love cannot be stopped.”

  John’s Pond, by Donna Lynch, is a lovely story of young love and standing up for what is right even if it is unpopular to do so. Inspiring, with complicated relationships and the sweet exploration of true love, it is a well-written book, and truly difficult to put down as the story-line and its […]

June 21

Book Review: The Galapagos Agenda by Leonardo Wild: “A sweeping geopolitical thriller!”

The Galapagos Agenda, by Leonardo Wild, is a sweeping geopolitical thriller that takes the reader on an intrigue of murder, corporate greed and political power-plays. Max Villalobos, son of the billionaire and corporate tycoon, Roy Villalobos, has a different vector in mind for his life, one that goes entirely against the plans that his father […]

June 09

Book Spotlight: “John’s Pond” by Donna Lynch. “A contemporary historical and romance fiction”

The year is 1976: Tobin Horvarth, and his people, the Wampanoag tribe of Massachusetts, are involved in a legal suit wherein they are trying to win back land swindled from them two hundred years prior. One day during the trial, Tobin is captivated by a beautiful white girl seated across the room. She becomes the subject […]

June 09

Book Review: “The Lost Generation” by Erica Marie Hogan. “A WWI historical romance – Inspiring!”

  The Lost Generation, a book by Erica Marie Hogan, starts before the beginning of World War I and continues until around the 1980’s. It is a story about the effects of war on people, and the emotional journeys of three families and how they are connected even though they are from different lands. It is a […]

June 08

Author Spotlight: Donna Lynch, author of “John’s Pond”.

Tell us about yourself, Donna… Donna: A woman of many passions, I am, without doubt, an innate ‘Writer’. An author, poet and a song lyricist. I began writing several moons ago, when I was a kid. A very shy child, I found an alternative way to communicate. First it was letters and poetry. I also […]

June 07

Book Review: “Alvar’s Spear” by Charles Freedom Long. “A Star Wars quality sci-fi fantasy!”

Alvar’s Spear, by Charles Freedom Long, a sci-fi fantasy, is Star Wars quality action. Alvar’s Spear takes us into the future where sentient races are at odds, where the ultimate fate awaits entire worlds unless one person, Gar, a hybrid, can find a way to save his world before it is too late. Wonderfully written, […]