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The Starfarer (The Araloka Chronicles Book 2) by Petra Landon (Book Review #516)

The Starfarer is the second book of the Araloka Chronicles. This science fiction story follows book one where Sila and Zh’hir continue and grow to become closer. The reader gets to learn and see Zh’hir more in action saving Sila and her planet, as…

Constance: One Road to Take: The Life and Photography of Constance Stuart Larrabee (1914–2000) by Peter Elliott (Book Review #515)

Constance is not so much of a biography but an attempt to display Constance Stuart Larrabee’s life into perspective using her photography. The attempt is to gain more of an understanding of her work and allowing the reader into her personal life, past and…

SUDDENLY SINGLE SYLVIA adapted to the screen!

SUDDENLY SINGLE SYLVIA adapted to the screen!   It was actually a TV pilot script before it was a novella and dating guide. One year after the release of the paperback and kindle, “Suddenly Single Sylvia” on Amazon, we were on set with talented actors and…

That Which Must Happen by Lanza Sebastiano (Book Review #513)

  That which must happen is a literary novel about a boy named Benjamin who can see what is to happen in the future. While he has this power and is able to stop certain things from, happening, he does not. However, things take…

Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates

Powerful Literary Quotes From Books Revolutionary Road Author: Richard Yates Year: 1961 “No one forgets the truth; they just get better at lying.”  

Killing Adam by Earik Beann (Book Review #519)

Killing Adam is a science fiction story set in a world where everything is controlled via ARC’s. Altered reality chips have been implanted into people’s brains using them for long hours of labor getting them to do anything they want. Only when the chips…

The Palace of the Stars: Book One of the Harker Investigates Mysteries by Karina McRoberts (Book Review #518)

The Palace of the Stars is a historical fiction novel set in the Victorian era. The story is about Michael Harker, an ex-cop with unfinished business. An earthquake transports Mike, one hundred years into the past. He meets Mae, a dancer, and a magician….

Deadmarsh Fey (Dwellers of Darkness, Children of Light #1) by Melika Dannese Lux (Book Review #515)

Deadmarsh Fey is a long dark fantasy novel written about Roger Knightley, a young boy who has heard many storied of Deadmarch but this time around, on his summertime vacation, he realizes that everything has changed. There are some family secrets that he never…

VOYAGES Volume I – A Collection of Poetry by Debjeet Mukherjee (Book Review #514)

Voyages Volume I is a poetry book possessing a collection of poems all categorized through age and the year. From 2011 – 2018, the poems are divided, and each shares a thoughtful story. I found the lyrics to be very touching and descriptive. Many…