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Writing the Gift Story by Alex Bernstein

No one likes staring at a blank page. Fortunately, many writers cultivate all sorts of prompts and tools to conquer that authorial vacuum as much as possible – whether it be leaving the previous day’s writing off on a cliffhanger – or maintaining an… Continue Reading “Writing the Gift Story by Alex Bernstein”

An Enemy Like Me by Teri M Brown (Book Review #1384)

‘An enemy like me’ is a political fiction written about Jacob, a loyal family man who has to leave his wife and child to fight a war he isn’t sure he will return from.

The Sound of Patriarchy and Other Stories by L. F. Roth (Book Review #1410)

‘The Sound of Patriarchy and Other Stories’ is a collection of short stories. It contains a mixture of humorous and sombre storylines that make it suitable for all readers.

The Relationship Guide by Jacob Isom (Book Review #1409)

‘The Relationship Guide’ is a non-fiction self-help book about relationships and how much we struggle socially to keep them. The dysfunctions and lack of attention to the concept of maintaining a relationship are discussed in this book.

The Night Fisher Elegies by Dean Mayes (Book Review #1408)

‘The Night Fisher Elegies’ is a short storybook filled with reflections and verses that contain elements of personal and enjoyable tales. The book talks about faith, death, family and dreams but also explores the concept of self-reflect through short verses that keep you wanting… Continue Reading “The Night Fisher Elegies by Dean Mayes (Book Review #1408)”

War Angel: Korea, 1950 by Mike Weedall (Book Review #1406)

‘War Angel’ is a historical novel dedicated to the nurses of the US armed forces who served in the Korean War, demonstrating bravery and strength. The book tells the story of these courageous women and their hardships. It also discusses how the Army would not… Continue Reading “War Angel: Korea, 1950 by Mike Weedall (Book Review #1406)”

The Captivating Flames of Madness by Jeff Parsons (Book Review #1405)

‘The captivating flames of madness’ is a collection of horror, sci-fi stories that discuss drug addiction, pirates sail, pilots, hackers, and all sorts of the intriguing mind-boggling concept of storylines.

The Lone Leopard by Sharifullah Dorani (Book Review #1404)

‘The Lone Leopard’ is a historical fiction set in 1992, beginning with Ahmad, a 15-year-old traditional Pashtun, and Frishta, a 16-year-old women’s rights activist who is well outspoken.

A BULLY-BAD Day by Diana Kizlauskas (Book Review #1404)

‘A Bully-Bad Day’ is a children’s book about a little boy and his dog having their house invaded by animals. Once it is clear that the animals are there to disrupt the place, both protagonists decide to think of a way to fix the… Continue Reading “A BULLY-BAD Day by Diana Kizlauskas (Book Review #1404)”