Tag: writing

How to Read Many Books in a Short Amount of Time by Jeyran Main

How to Read Many Books in a Short Amount of Time by Jeyran Main Having a busy book blog like this one comes with many emails and requests from authors wanting me to have a look at their work and reviewing them. Not to…

Hyperspace Radio by James Beach (Book Review #468)

  Hyperspace is a collection of short stories, that contains a wide range of diverse genre’s, pleasing every kind of reader. While the author focused more on the science fiction and fantasy side, the content did reflect a nice portion of fiction and humor….

Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen, 1817 (Book Review # 2)

Summary “Northanger Abbey is the light-hearted account of a young girl’s first excursion into fashionable society. Catherine Morland is taken to Bath where, among a crowd of new acquaintances, she meets Henry Tilney and his sister Eleanor, who invite get to stay at their…

This Modern Love: A Novel by Ray Hecht (Book Review #34)

    A brutally honest portrayal of what seems to be the common mannerism of our youth and our society. Here you have four young adults living in four different ways, and each chapter discusses their addiction to technology, their odd ways of connecting…

The Shatter Point by Jon O’Bergh (Book Review #465)

The Shatter Point is a horror fiction written in the Pasadena. Donna and Phil have moved into a neighborhood and create a place called the torture place. They tape the experience and then post it online.   The book is a perfect Halloween gift….

Heather by John Talisker (Book Review #283)

Heather is a woman’s fiction novel written about a beautiful girl that sees the world from a whole different perspective. Besides the fact that she can speak to her father who has passed away, she also sees people in color. The colors are some…

A RIGHT CHARACTER – by Daniel Abrahams

A RIGHT CHARACTER – by Daniel Abrahams   Having touched on the subject of writing, as in getting down to the job of actually doing it, in my previous article, I thought it was worth opening the door, ever so slightly, on the subject…

Peddling Doomsday Petra Jacob (Book Review #456)

Peddling Doomsday is a psychological thriller written about a girl who joins a cult named the ‘centre”, in order to prove herself worthwhile. Once, she joins the group she realizes that not everything she has been told is the truth. Delusions begin to overtake…

The Man On The Roof  by Michael Stephenson (Book Review #453)

The Man On The Roof is a psychological mystery-suspense thriller story with multi-layers of stories combined into one book. A murder occurs during the holidays, and everyone wants to find out who did it. Some odd characters surrounded the neighborhood, and the dynamics of…