Literature & Fiction

April 1, 2019

Dark

“Dark” by  P. J. Daniels  | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | How complex is emotion? It is more than black and white. […]
March 26, 2019

Blitzball

“Blitzball: A Teen Clone of Hitler Rebels Against Nazis in Coming-of-Age” by Barton Ludwig In a bestselling novel that speaks out against fascism and racism, a teen […]
March 25, 2019

Odonata: City of Night

“Odonata: City of Night” by Jessica Zellman | Twitter | Vampires may think they are the ultimate predators. . .but they’re wrong. Forty years ago, Katrina Templair […]
March 23, 2019

The Sheep May Now Graze

“The Sheep May Now Graze” by Daniel Stauble The book that went bestseller in three different categories has a boy waking up from a nightmare, who meets […]
March 15, 2019

The Way Out is Through

“The Way Out is Through” by Alieux Casey Layla was given another chance at life and love through Ishmael. But isn’t he dead? What happens when you […]
March 12, 2019

The Rainman

“The Rainman Vol 1” by Genevi Engle Evan Strauss is a man burned and refined by tragedy and loss. After the mysterious death of his wife, he […]
March 8, 2019

Cinderman

“Cinderman” by Laurie Clark The Cinderman was intrigued by the young lady and by the path she was preparing herself for. He could read into her soul […]
March 5, 2019

Forgotten By the Sun

“Forgotten By the Sun” by Celeste Eismann Amika Fernandez’s life is nothing out of the ordinary…until she meets Rhayne Welkins. Soon captivated by his very presence, Amika […]
March 2, 2019

Diesel Therapy

“Diesel Therapy” by A.D. Wenk Hadec minimum security prison isn’t the type of place where violence occurs and it certainly isn’t the type of place where anything […]