Luxor: Book of Past Lives – Book Review

Luxor: Book of Past Lives is written by Julie Bettendorf, who has a sophisticated educational background in archeology and history. She is famous for...

Loss Angeles – Book Review

Loss Angeles is a novel by Mathieu Cailler, who writes prose and poetry. Despite the young age, the writer has achieved international recognition as...

Grace Ruby – Book Review

Silver Lamb is a music teacher by profession and has taught at over five schools in the past three decades. She belongs to the...

Booze, Broads, and Blackjack: A Deadly Combination – Book Review

Most live by the anthem “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” but it’s untrue in Carl Nicita’s case – he refuses to believe...

The Fix – Book Review

Michael Balkind is popular for his sports oriented mystery blockbusters. Sports legends endorse his work, which has honored him with an appearance on The...

Widdershins – Book Review

Eve Lestrange has always been in search for a more creative outlet for her art. Although she has found that kind of freedom through...

Terminal Justice – Book Review

According to Lyle Howard, he has been a passionate writer for as long as his memory goes back. His first published success was The...

Granger’s Girl – Book Review

Granger’s Girl is Jana O’Brien’s first published novel, and she plans to continue her passion and publish many more books in the future. Granger’s Girl...

The Doughnut Tree – Book Review

The Doughnut Tree is the first novel by Catherine Knowles who thinks that she is an unlikely author because as a child she used...

60 Seconds To Death – Book Review

60 seconds to Death is a brilliant debut by Kash Sylvester chronicling the life of a woman who’s about to die and only now...

The Case for Dumbing Down our Literature… or not…

The case for dumbing down out literature… or not… It seems appropriate to admit at once, in the spirit of candour, that I love language,...

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