An Empire in Runes by Jeffrey L Kohanek (Book Review #136)

This review was kindly requested by Jeffrey L Kohanek An Empire in Runes is part three of a fantasy series continuing the story of Brock and his compatriots in their journey to confront a horde of monsters that destroy anything in their path. We continue with Brock after they have taken over the prison which is holding on to people that are Unchosen, (without a rune). These are humans that have no standing in society but possess the power of Chaos within []

Combat Medic by S.M. Boney IV (Book Review #141)

This review was kindly requested by Samuel Boney Here is a link to his website. combatmedic.org Many Veterans enlist purely to serve their country without fully comprehending the environment they are going to be living in and the things that they are about to see. Besides the obvious emotional culture shock, facing death, injuries and working under extreme stressful settings, these courageous people come home having to go back to family and are expected to live a normal life. No amount of training []

THE FINE ART OF SAYING NO by BIBIANA KRALL

THE FINE ART OF SAYING NO | BIBIANA KRALL We have all been there…wanting to do more, get more accomplished and helping our community. What we are not necessarily taught is how to say no with tact and mindfulness. Before you consider this a negative post and walk away, please just listen for a moment. Life for all of us in 2017 is busy, excruciatingly busy. Focus has become a rare gem and what we are left with is a frazzled mess []

No Greater Love by Eris Field (Book Review #138)

[Following is an official review of “No Greater Love” by Eris Field.] There is no greater love when two people meet under the most unusual circumstances. As fate works against them, their desire to be together is compromised yet their hearts remain bonded forever. This is a romance novel written about a Turkish immigrant named Janan and a Dutch psychiatrist named Pieter. Pieter has traveled all the way from Amsterdam to Western New York to find out if he has cancer. Once []


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