Title: The Illustrated Hen Author: Scott Charles Genre: Literary Fiction / Magical Realism The stories we tell say a lot about ourselves as human beings: our beliefs, our values, and our past experiences. Within each human being is a subconscious need to share our stories not only so that they can be heard,… Read More Editorial Review – The Illustrated Hen
Author: Peter Kelton Book title: The Yesterlings Genre: Literary Fiction Publish date: March 12, 2019 Blurb: Seeking adventure, Argentine dandy Balboa Brontine charms his way onto an expedition to film a remote Canadian island famed for wild horses and shipwrecks.
Title: Crystal Cove Author: Sally Suen Genre: Historical Fiction / Women’s Fiction / Romance In Crystal Cove, Sally Suen shares what life was like and how the world was changing in rural China and Hong Kong in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Against this background, the reader follows the life of Lili… Read More Editorial Review – Crystal Cove
Author: Mary Faderan Title: On Days Like This Genre: Fiction This imaginative and unusual book explores the story of Mary Enji Scott, a young, Asian-American woman who lands a research job in Yale after she graduates. But everything in Yale isn’t as it appears, as most of her coworkers are there with one… Read More Editorial Review – On Days Like This
Author: B. T. Keaton Title: Transference Genre: Science Fiction Set in a dystopian world of the future, Transference tells the story of Thaniel Kilraven, a man whose soul was transferred into the body of an infamous criminal before being shipped off to mine the precious ore used for such “tranferences.”
“Do you see those people outside?” he asked without looking at me. I hesitated. I still wanted to leave, but I couldn’t be so rude as to exit without reacting to his question. I walked over to the window and peeked out from behind the curtain. On the street outside the hotel stood a… Read More Yours Remotely – Book Quote Corner