Category: Fiction

Follow the Snowflakes: A Christmas Novella by Angela Kerner (Book Review #358)

Follow the Snowflakes is a short romance novella about Cat. The story is based in Illinois. Cat has a good job, nice life but as always something is missing in her life. Her friend, Regina, offers to match her up with someone she knows…

Western Song by Leigh Podgorski (Book Review #354)

Western Song is a love story. Under the beautiful skies of the Wyoming sky and accident happens. Cody Goode is killed by a maniacal bull baby that Weston is riding, leaving behind his secretly engaged Tai immigrant who is arriving that evening, for the…

India Was One by An Indian (Book Review #352)

India was one is an action adventure story written about Jai and Kaahi. It is a journey into India and a simple love between the two of which is disrupted once the country gets divided into south and the north. I found the story…

Hannah’s Moon by John A. Heldt (Book Review #109)

Hannah’s Moon is the fifth book of the American Journey. I happen to review two of his other books, titled: The Mine & September Sky, where you can read by clicking on the links. This book is about a couple that has been struggling to…

E.I.E. by Derek hunter (Book Review #351)

E.I.E. is a story about Robert Robillard. He suffers from depression and decides to leave his town in order to find some answers that have been growing intensely in his mind. He is suicidal and ends up killing some people while he is in…

The Daddy Game by Shadez (Book Review #113)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 2 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” The Daddy game is about Deshaun, a bachelor in his 30’s that enjoys having women for sexual pleasure and has…

Lumiana by Alex Benkast (Book Review #347)

Lumiana is the first stand-alone contemporary book written in the romance series called, Rebels Like Us. Lumiana is an anthropologist that has a passion for music. She has had a rough time growing up, and that has caused her to withhold her emotions, but…

Here She Rules by Kat Brewer (Book Review #346)

Here she rules is a work of woman fiction with strong hints of fantasy. Ladies are fierce, formidable, and are warriors. The land of Erla is ruled by women, and this story takes a turn when Cassandra saves the Queen. She is then promoted…

Strange Medicine by Mike Russell (Book Review #106)

This review was kindly requested by Mike Russell. While the word “strange” can mostly be perceived differently through a person’s perspective, this book appears to cover most basics of what constitutes a collection of very bizarre and strange stories. Strange medicine is a 146-page…