Book Review “Fox In The City” Daniel Cabrera

Tom meets Nora and she changes his life. Nora is a beautiful character and I loved everything about her. She was wise beyond her years and incredibly kind for all she had been through. It takes a special person to rise above hardship and thrive. Nora thrives and lightens the path of all around her. Her brutal honesty keeps Tom on his toes and gives him a thread to hold when all starts falling apart.

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Book Review “Heirs Of Eternity” Franc Ingram

Oleana is as human as it gets. Never-mind the computer parts. She's tragically flawed and draws the reader in with hooks to your heart. Her sacrifices make her selfless but her addiction makes her selfish. She's the wisdom of the Heirs and through all her flaws her inherent goodness shines bright. Her love and loyalty are admirable. Her commitment to the cause unwavering.

The Lord Of Salamander

I'm proud to bring some much deserved attention to a really amazing fantasy novel! "The Lord of Salamander" is filled with self discovery, perilous journeys and a young man who just might beat the odds! Intrigued? You should be! We enjoyed the tale so much that we rated it 4 stars!

Book Review “The Scale” Mika Jolie

Sexy Alert! This book is so hot it'll smolder and burn down your bookshelf! This couples chemistry is lava. It's straight gasoline and matches! Jolie really knows how to kick romance novel butt! Alongside being one hot romance novel, this book also addresses some pretty serious issues. Especially body insecurity and eating disorders. Kudos to Jolie for masterfully navigating these grave issues.

“The Bloodless – Awakening” Book Review

His coworkers are either dead or have vanished without a trace, but by a combination of luck and his own determination to live, Daniel escapes a similar fate. With the military already embroiled in an all-out war with Russia, it's up to him and a small group of mercenaries to fight back against what is turning into a quiet genocide. Their survival depends on fending off overwhelming numbers of enemies that only desire death and destruction. Or does it?

Book Review “The Mirage On The Brink Of Oblivion” Andrew M. Crusoe

In the Mirage, you can. Reachable only by leaving the physical body and entering the out-of-body state, the Mirage allows all within it to trade memories like souvenirs and create structures that defy physics. And now, after centuries, even the memory of the devastating Vakragha attack on their world has all but been forgotten, and most have lost touch with the physical world altogether.

Book Review “Bizzarma – How I Became A Hippy Without Really Trying” Douglas B. Wood

Bizzarma is a true story that spans from the 1950's "Leave it to Beaver" American Dream era to the political and drug charged 1960's and 1970's. Hyped by iconic musicians like The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan ; Doug went where the wind blew him and experienced the world with LSD bright eyes. This baby-boomer fell into a world rife with discord and did his best to make his own mark on the era. Sometimes Hilarious, very colorful and painfully honest - Doug narrates his life for the world.

Book Review “Missing Mona” Joe Klingler

Tommy has boomeranged back to his parents residence and a dead-end job after too many years in college. As he looks squarely at his next decade of life his smartphone convinces him the time is ripe for a change. A gift from his grandfather provides the means, so he embarks on the path of blues artists and beatniks before him--and hits the road.