Tag: novel

Ms. Never by Colin Dodds (Book Review #692)

Ms. Never is a science fiction novel written about Ms. Never. Farya lives in a city that is depressed. She is the daughter of a famous astronaut and falls in love with Bryan, a divorced telecom CEO. His job is not all that it… Continue Reading “Ms. Never by Colin Dodds (Book Review #692)”

The Glass Bulldog by Alison Huntingford (Book Review #682)

The glass bulldog is a historical fiction about Tom. The story is set in 1833 after Tom has lost his sister and is struggling to make ends meet. A simple mistake costs him time in prison, and once he is free, Tom ends up… Continue Reading “The Glass Bulldog by Alison Huntingford (Book Review #682)”

Behold, the creative muse.  Maddening.  Ungainly.  Inconsistent.  Unpredictable.  Ugly. by  Dr. Timothy Lawver

Behold, the creative muse.  Maddening.  Ungainly.  Inconsistent.  Unpredictable.  Ugly. by  Dr. Timothy Lawver In October of 2011, I decided I would write a very serious novel for National Novel Writing Month, the challenge to write a 50,000 word novel between November 1 and December… Continue Reading “Behold, the creative muse.  Maddening.  Ungainly.  Inconsistent.  Unpredictable.  Ugly. by  Dr. Timothy Lawver”

The Last Word by Timothy Moonlight (Book Review #622)

The last word is a suspense thriller story about Jack Bigsby. He used to be the founder of a billion-dollar company called InifiTech before he passed away. His death is a significant loss, and once his daughter, Claire comes to take over, she too… Continue Reading “The Last Word by Timothy Moonlight (Book Review #622)”

Bringing Down the House: Book Launch at Home by Pamela Becker  

Bringing Down the House: Book Launch at Home by Pamela Becker   “What kind of party are you going to have?” a friend asked. It hadn’t occurred to me to make a party. But she was right. Publishing my first novel Memoirs of a False… Continue Reading “Bringing Down the House: Book Launch at Home by Pamela Becker  “

Last Girl Standing by Marjory Kaptanoglu (Book Review #589)

Last girl standing is a science fiction novel written about a town named Los Patos, that gets contaminated from its water supply and turns everyone into automatons. Only Sierra and a few friends end up safe due to not drinking of the water. Soon… Continue Reading “Last Girl Standing by Marjory Kaptanoglu (Book Review #589)”

A Place in Time by Jacqueline Hanson (Book Review #585)

A place in time is a contemporary novel based on a woman named Allie. The story describes how she is in a relationship with a man that is controlling. His abusive ways and condescending ways are visibly affecting the protagonist, and that instantly makes… Continue Reading “A Place in Time by Jacqueline Hanson (Book Review #585)”

The Plague: Civilization’s Near Self Destruction by Don Lubov (Book Review #581)

The Plague is a science fiction story about a reporter investigating suspicious deaths that begin to happen randomly but then start showing up as a patterned event. David Miller begins his research from his own area, and then the investigation expands. The story is… Continue Reading “The Plague: Civilization’s Near Self Destruction by Don Lubov (Book Review #581)”

THE FOURTH COURIER: AN INTERVIEW WITH TIMOTHY JAY SMITH

THE FOURTH COURIER: AN INTERVIEW WITH TIMOTHY JAY SMITH You have a new novel coming out, The Fourth Courier, set in Poland. What’s it about?   The Fourth Courier opens in the spring of 1992, only four months after the collapse of the Soviet… Continue Reading “THE FOURTH COURIER: AN INTERVIEW WITH TIMOTHY JAY SMITH”