Poetry and Ponderings – Book Review

  Author name: Diamante Lavendar Name of the book: Poetry and Ponderings Genre of the book: Poetry, Nonfiction, Inspirational Book synopsis: In this rare collection of nonfiction Christian poetry and prose based on real life experiences, Diamante Lavendar, a victim of abuse, shows the reader the raw emotions of pain, hate, and denial that occur before a… Read More Poetry and Ponderings – Book Review

Editorial Review – The Kitchen Paraphernalia Handbook

  Title: The Kitchen Paraphernalia Handbook: Hundreds of Substitutions for Common and Uncommon Utensils, Gadgets, Tools, and Techniques Author: Jean B. MacLeod Genre: Non-Fiction   Do you battle with a too-small kitchen that simply cannot accommodate all the cooking tools and utensils recommended by celebrity chefs? Or maybe you prefer a minimalist lifestyle and you… Read More Editorial Review – The Kitchen Paraphernalia Handbook

Editorial Review – Atlanta Stories:  Fables of the New South

  Title:  Atlanta Stories:  Fables of the New South Author:  G. M. Lupo Genre:  Contemporary fiction / short stories   Atlanta Stories features seven short stories of people whose journeys take them to Atlanta. The characters are diverse–ranging from a young girl with echolalia to a woman who lost the use of her legs when a drunk driver hit her–and… Read More Editorial Review – Atlanta Stories:  Fables of the New South

Editorial Review – Enterprise Digitization Patterns

  Title: Enterprise Digitization Patterns Author name: Srikanth Narasimhan & Jagadish Chundury Genre: Technology This book is designed to provide a “cookbook” for IT students and professionals, offering them reference architectures, design patterns, maturity models, and case studies to assist them in digitization, autonomization, and ultimately, the digital disruption of their industries.

Editorial Review – Freetown: The Life and Death of Cassidy Parrish

  Title: Freetown: The Life and Death of Cassidy Parrish Author: J. T. Riggen Genre: Thriller / Short Story   This short story introduces readers to the world of Freetown, a corrupt mega-city run by a group of tribal leaders and Italian Mafia. In Freetown, wolves rule and the sheep are left to suffer, unless… Read More Editorial Review – Freetown: The Life and Death of Cassidy Parrish

The Girl in The Tower – Book Review

She knows her head and heart very well and she tends to follow it. She is innocent but she knows and understands worldly dangers. She is smart enough to disguise herself as a boy to protect herself from dangers of the road but foolish enough to stay in Moscow and let her brother Sasha and Olga suffer the consequences of her lies. She is emotional enough to … Read More The Girl in The Tower – Book Review