Tag: drama

Zepharius: Volume 2 by Mel Snyder (Book Review #748)

The second book in the series is a xenophilic political thriller continuing what was left from book one. After Zepharius finding allies in the underground of the Gisaawekian, she finds herself endangered again with the added inner turmoil, paranoia and complications undermining her own… Continue Reading “Zepharius: Volume 2 by Mel Snyder (Book Review #748)”

Howie and the Parcel Winch by Gavin Wicklow (Book Review #723)

Howie and the parcel winch is a humorous fictional story about an author who lives in New York City and is facing writer’s block. His stepfather gives him advice, which he seeks through. By doing so, the author creates a character named Howie, who… Continue Reading “Howie and the Parcel Winch by Gavin Wicklow (Book Review #723)”

Zepharius by Mel Snyder (Book Review #706)

The world Gisaawek is alien, and the people are part of a growing military project. Zepharius, who is a soldier, has the responsibility of increasing the strength of her planet and has a very obedient character. Once she realizes that mysterious disappearances are happening,… Continue Reading “Zepharius by Mel Snyder (Book Review #706)”

Spilling Blood by L. Penn (Book Review #669)

Spilling blood is a story of revenge. The author tells the story of a teenager who is raped by her boyfriend and how she takes every measure to take back what she feels she lost. Toni is strong, and with the help of her… Continue Reading “Spilling Blood by L. Penn (Book Review #669)”

Bring on the Action Gays! by Melanie Schoen

I’m a queer woman, though it took me a long time to figure that out–just about thirty-five years, actually. Mine isn’t one of those stories of knowing from a young age, or living in the closet, or parental disapproval keeping me in denial. I… Continue Reading “Bring on the Action Gays! by Melanie Schoen”

For All The Women I Admire by Jackie Hanson

For All The Women I Admire by Jackie Hanson   I can’t imagine existing in a world where I can’t write. This essential life skill has pulled me out of some of the darkest corners of my life. Given me hope when I thought… Continue Reading “For All The Women I Admire by Jackie Hanson”

The Art Collector of Le Marais By Ahmad Ardalan (Book Review #534)

The art collector of Le Marais is a fictional drama set in Paris where artists and paintings are inspired, romance is in the air and the city never sleeps. The story begins with Sebastian and his passion for paintings, poetry, and Paris. He opens… Continue Reading “The Art Collector of Le Marais By Ahmad Ardalan (Book Review #534)”

Everything Not Okay by Laura Tucker (Book Review #478)

Everything not okay is a fictional story about Kate, a 17-year-old dealing with anger issues. Her confidence is low and is forced to stay at a mental health clinic for a month. Being a teenager alone takes a big toll on a person never… Continue Reading “Everything Not Okay by Laura Tucker (Book Review #478)”

Protagonist vs. Antagonist By R. A. Rios

Protagonist vs. Antagonist By R. A. Rios https://www.rariospromotions.com/ By definition: The Protagonist – The leading character, Hero or one of the major characters in a drama, movie, novel, or other fictional text. The Antagonist – A Villain, person or thing who actively opposes or… Continue Reading “Protagonist vs. Antagonist By R. A. Rios”