Tag: writing

Aquarius Rising Book 2: Blood Tide by Brian Burt (Book Review #30)

  This review is written for Online Book Club. “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” In a world where friendly Aquarians are threatened by a plague that turns them into stone, there lives a lonely Megalops, stricken by grief and loss,…

Ennara and the Book of Shadows by Angela Shelley (Book Review #35)

We return to the story of Ennara a year later in the second book written by Angela Myron. Ennara is now away from home and is studying at the Academy of Magic. However, things are not looking good. Ennara feels disconnected from her professors….

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s SUPER-reader! by Rod, A. Walters

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s SUPER-reader! [from “Captain [OF] America,” t.b. published summer 2018, Rod A. Walters]   A recent book reviewer* posted her own short essay about how she managed her business by reviewing a book a day. You did hear…

No one has to die alone by Dr. Lani Leary (Book Review #23)

Too tired to read? You can listen to Jeyran’s review below. “Caring for a terminally ill loved one can be the single biggest challenge of your life. Drawing from her experience sitting with over 500 people as they died and caring for her own terminally…

Guardian of Paradise by W. Lawrence (Book Review #28)

This review is written for Onlinebookclub. “I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars.” Kira is an orphaned girl raised in a jungle set like paradise by the people of its village. Due to losing her parents at such a young age and…

How we write – by Dan Abrahams

How we write – by Dan Abrahams   Before you start imagining this is a guide on how the collective ‘we’ write, in all areas, including character creation, story outline and development and then actually sitting down to put words on a page, it…

TJ’s Ride by J.R. Hamilton (Book Review #280)

TJ’s Ride is book one of ‘The TJ Series.’ This action adventure novel is about Petty Officer Thomas Hamlin (TJ). He works for the Navy and is brought back to Corpus Christi after being away for almost two years, in Vietnam. TJ is then…

So you want to be an author, huh? by an Indian

So you want to be an author, huh? by an Indian So you want to be an author, huh? Join the queue. Millions of dreamers want to be one, and they are very talented writers with a repertoire of some fancy and obscure words…

Tracer by Cher Smith (Book Review #282)

Tracer is a psychological thriller written about Z Ellis. The Eradication of Violent Crimes has come up with the concept of software that erases the memories of people who have committed horrendous crimes such as mass murders. By replacing the memory and creating a…