Editorial Review – The Rise and Fall of the Traditional Theories of Creation and the Science of Creation For Our Universe

  Title: The Rise and Fall of the Traditional Theories of Creation and the Science of Creation For Our Universe Author: David C. Shaw Genre: Science / Philosophy   The Rise and Fall of the Traditional Theories of Creation and the Science of Creation For Our Universe is the third volume from David C. Shaw… Read More Editorial Review – The Rise and Fall of the Traditional Theories of Creation and the Science of Creation For Our Universe

Editorial Review – Sunny Days

  Title: Sunny Days Author: Jesse Byrd Genre: Children’s   Children’s literature has changed significantly since the days of Hans Christian Anderson’s fairy tales or nursery rhyme picture books from Mother Goose. Many authors have found a way to increase children’s awareness of current issues in an appropriate manner, ensuring that the books are not only educational and… Read More Editorial Review – Sunny Days

Editorial Review – Growth and Change Are Highly Overrated

  Title: Growth and Change Are Highly Overrated Author: Tom Starita Genre: Literary Fiction / Humor / Satire   This story is one of not-coming-of-age, the opposite of the classic Bildungsroman plot. Instead of Lucas James accepting responsibility, this is the irreverent, somewhat crass, and humorously self-absorbed story of a young man who won’t grow up, even when… Read More Editorial Review – Growth and Change Are Highly Overrated

Editorial Review – The Long Body that Connects Us All

  Title: The Long Body that Connects Us All Author: Rich Marcello Genre: Poetry   The Long Body that Connects Us All by Rich Marcello is a large collection of poetry divided between three parts. The entire collection of poetry seems to look back on the past and all the changes one experiences over the course of their life.… Read More Editorial Review – The Long Body that Connects Us All

Editorial Review – The Sons of Hernan Garcia

  Title: The Sons of Hernán García Author: Charles Ameringer Genre: Action and Adventure   The Sons of Hernán García, by Charles Ameringer, is classified as an Action/Adventure. However, it also reads as historical fiction. More specifically, it is a revenge-tale set in early 20th century Venezuela. The history aspect reads well, probably because Ameringer is an actual professor of Latin History, so he knows the facts of that time and place, and is able to translate it well through this… Read More Editorial Review – The Sons of Hernan Garcia

Editorial Review – The Tempter’s Bane

  Title: The Tempter’s Bane Author: Kyle McCurry Genre: Fantasy   The Tempter’s Bane, the second in Kyle McCurry’s fantasy series, picks up where The Fleeing Company left off. After Adroegen and his friends, Caitren, Edelbir, Kattalin, Vaenn, and Gleowan slayed the goblin chief and destroyed the Night’s Jewel, the company quickly finds themselves in… Read More Editorial Review – The Tempter’s Bane