Tag: literature

The Goodbye Song by Karl Kristian Flores (Book Review #1096)

The goodbye song is a collection of 10 poems, 10 sonnets, 10 haikus, 10 letters, 10 scenes, 10 objects, 10 definitions, 10 directions, 10 entries, 10 recipes. I found the 10 first poems to be retable and enjoyable to read. The pages have subtle… Continue Reading “The Goodbye Song by Karl Kristian Flores (Book Review #1096)”

Sons of Adam by E. A. Rohrmoser (Book Review #767)

Sons of Adam is a mythical journey of self-discovery. The literary fiction has elements of magical realism framed around the Abrahamic narrative of Adam and Eve. The story describes the emotions, journey and faith of a man and a woman influenced by love and… Continue Reading “Sons of Adam by E. A. Rohrmoser (Book Review #767)”

Floyd’s Rule Book of Bad Grammar by Jonathan Floyd (Book Review #709)

Floyd’s rule book of bad grammar is a self-help book written to test you on your literature and grammar. The book begins by talking about things like spelling, punctuation, and mispronunciations. It then covers a short guide to poor penmanship and even talks of… Continue Reading “Floyd’s Rule Book of Bad Grammar by Jonathan Floyd (Book Review #709)”

Maps of bliss and rage by Mario Dhingsa (Book Review #683)

Maps of bliss and range by Mario Dhingsa   Maps of bliss and range is a collection of 8 stories written about all over the world. The stories are a mixture of various topics such as revenge, politics, religion, and even fairytale style notions.

Layman’s Handbook: A Journey to Self by Aidan McNally (Book Review #677)

  A Journey to self is a handbook written providing the tools for people who wish to make a change in their lives.

Murder at the Columbarium by Emily Gallo (Book Review #664)

Murder at the Columbarium is a murder mystery. Jed witnesses a woman’s dead body and a baby that is crying. Things cannot get worse for him when he is also considered as a suspect. He spends his time finding answers not only for his… Continue Reading “Murder at the Columbarium by Emily Gallo (Book Review #664)”

The Illuminating Occurrence of Maxine Porter by Glenn Seerup (Book Review #647)

The illuminating occurrence of Maxine porter is a story about Hayden Carlisle. He is an amateur designer who happens to start work at the Plush, a designer store, with only 23 years of age.

Memoirs of a False Messiah by Pamela Becker (Book Review #643)

Memoirs of a false Messiah is a memoir written about a woman who has a message from God. MiMi has a mission, and that has her move from her mixed religious home to Orthodox Judaism and eventually has her cultivate her own cult.

The Sparrow by Jamie Horwath (Book Review #618)

The Sparrow is a story about Jasper and Ben. This horror book begins with the two men living in a Funeral Home. As they go about their day to day life duties, dealing with the deceased, a drifter shows up looking for a job.… Continue Reading “The Sparrow by Jamie Horwath (Book Review #618)”