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The Brotherhood of Merlin Book Two: Lycenea by Rory Nelson (Book Review #445)

The Brotherhood of Merlin is the second book of a fantasy series book written about Merlin. My initial concern was that since this was the second book of its series, I would fail to catch up on the foundation of the storyline. I was… Continue Reading “The Brotherhood of Merlin Book Two: Lycenea by Rory Nelson (Book Review #445)”

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”

Annual International Golf Story Writing Competition

Here is an opportunity for writers to become an International Award-Winning Writer – (something to add to the CV) and you don’t have to be a golfer as we give more weight to the quality of the story. This is the Third Annual International… Continue Reading “Annual International Golf Story Writing Competition”

Millenials like Dystopias Because Authority Figures are Liars by Walter Rhein

Millenials like Dystopias Because Authority Figures are Liars by Walter Rhein I was recently on the phone with renowned fantasy author Janet Morris. Janet had just announced the release of my book ‘The Literate Thief,’ a dystopian fantasy novel with themes of fact suppression… Continue Reading “Millenials like Dystopias Because Authority Figures are Liars by Walter Rhein”

Long Island’s Top Four Most Haunted Places By Michael Phillip Cash

Long Island’s Top Four Most Haunted Places By Michael Phillip Cash It’s no secret that I love all things paranormal. My book series, A Haunting on Long Island, contains four separate books, all about ghostly hauntings and paranormal happenings. I live on Long Island, New… Continue Reading “Long Island’s Top Four Most Haunted Places By Michael Phillip Cash”

Full Circle by Regina Timothy (Book Review #419)

Full Circle is a contemporary fiction novel written about Samia – al – Sayyid. She is an Iraqi Immigrant that lives with her son. Samina is strong, she has found some friends and has semi-established her life as much as she can in New… Continue Reading “Full Circle by Regina Timothy (Book Review #419)”

Silas Morlock by Mark Cantrell (Book Review #418)

Silas Morlock is a dark urban fantasy set in macabre. Books are banned, and Adam is living in this society where a technological system, is taking over and consuming its people. He discovers the love for reading and books only to realize that the… Continue Reading “Silas Morlock by Mark Cantrell (Book Review #418)”

Immediacy: Our Ways of Coping in Everyday Life (Book Review #189)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” Immediacy is a non-fiction – Psychology – Social Science book written about ways of which we can cope… Continue Reading “Immediacy: Our Ways of Coping in Everyday Life (Book Review #189)”

Laurel by Helen Mathey-Horn (Book Review #417)

Laurel is a romance novel about this beautiful girl that loves to paint. The story is set in the 1830’s and is so historically exact to its time that the reader faces slangs from that time as well. When her parents decide to change… Continue Reading “Laurel by Helen Mathey-Horn (Book Review #417)”