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A Gift for Sarah by R. A. Rios (Book Review #245)

This review was kindly requested by R. A. Rios A gift for Sarah is a short contemporary romance book. The story focuses on Bill and Sarah, sharing their love story. The book focuses on Bill’s journey, his sorrows, and happiness. Bill suffers from cancer but chooses not to tell Sarah about it. The entire setting is about his life and death. Although the story sounds very sad, to begin with, it displays a very sweet kind of love. The love that is []

Atticus Finch

Atticus Finch is a fictional character in author Harper Lee‘s Pulitzer Prize winning novel of 1960, To Kill a Mockingbird. A preliminary version of the []

Maud Casey

Maud Casey is an American novelist, and professor of creative writing at University of Maryland, College Park. She is the daughter of novelist John Casey. She []

My Celtic Warrior by Rachel Connell (Book Review #220)

This review was kindly requested by Rachel Connell My Celtic Warrior is a short book – fantasy romance novel written about a girl named Raina. Raina’s parents have two boys and one other daughter. Raina was taught how to fight, yield a sword and also knows how to heal. She is a witch, but of the white kind. Raina refuses to be forced married and so she runs away. Her maid Sierria also follows her on a journey where things are not so []

How to Write Interactive Stories By Todd Medema

How to Write Interactive Stories   Whether you love to write because you have a story you need to tell, you crave the attention of fans or you want to make money off your skills, you’ll want to learn more about interactive storytelling. Although it’s been possible to write interactive stories for video games for decades, actually creating the video games requires large teams of people to code, design, and market the games. This has kept game writing out of the reach []

Zendar: A Tale of Blood and Sand by K.T. Munson (Book Review #227)

This review was kindly requested by K. T. Munson Zendar is a fantasy romance novel written about a girl named Azel Undel. She is the youngest daughter of one of the seven bloodlines. She is arranged to be married for political gain. As she sales to meet her future husband her ship sinks and she is captured by the enemy. That is when she gets to learn about Aleron and with that, everything she has known is then questioned. It is a []

Two Hundred Very Short Stories by Helen Keeling-Marston (Book Review #234)

This review was kindly requested by Helen Marston. Two Hundred very stories is written with the intention of providing a fast read through several short tales. The collection, although sounds like much, is, in fact, fit into an almost 200-page book. This means that the stories are a page or more long, creating the opportunity for the light reader fans to enjoy a swiftly subtle read before they sleep or conduct another hobby they are trying to get into. The work is []

Destitutio Quod Remissio by Beau Armstrong (Book Review #214)

Destitutio Quod Remissio by Beau Armstrong Destitutio Quod Remissio is a historical fiction written about a good Christian named, Marcus. The story is set in the 4th Century where faith is a secret and those exposed get to lose everything. As it happens, Marcus is betrayed and his faith is uncovered, followed by him losing his wife and unborn child. As Marcus seeks refuge, finding Benjamin Truvia, the leader of the hidden church, he also discovers who was behind the betrayal. He []

Nothing by Jenny Gkotsi (Book Review #236)

This review was kindly requested by Jenny Gkotsi. Nothing, is a poetic, philosophical self-help style of a book written with the intention to provide an insightful view on life and living. The entire book is in one chapter and the characters are titled as “A” & “Z.” The characters back and forth between each other with a sequence of questions and answers. The subject matter covers topics like the afterlife, existence, happiness, God, restoration, and much more. I found the literature to be []