Title: Why We Make Bad Choices: God’s Labyrinth of Good and Evil Encountering the Self Author: Maria Liviero Genre: Nonfiction / Self-help Why We Make Bad Choices, Maria Liviero uses Genesis 1-3, the creation story from the Bible, as a basis for explaining why we have negative behaviors that impact our better selves… Read More Why We Make Bad Choices – Editorial Review
Title: The Tears of Wonder (Book 2) Author: Peter A. Hubbard Genre: Thriller As the world reels from the calamitous actions of the terrorists, Colonel PJ Anthony and his team, consisting of special forces and investigative services from around the globe, finally have the mastermind Mohammed Bin Azaria in custody.… Read More The Tears of Wonder – Editorial Review
Title: Making Angels: A Stella Fargo Mystery – Book 2 Author: M.J. Holt Genre: Mystery / Thriller In this second book, Stella Fargo travels to Peninsula County to investigate the disappearance of Hannah Pickett, the daughter of Stella’s friend and business partner, John, and to retrieve Hannah’s belongings. Although expecting the… Read More Making Angels – Editorial Review
Title: Beyond the Goodnight Trail Author: Roy V. Gaston Genre: Western Inspired by true events and people, Beyond the Goodnight Trail is a classic western novel. Former Texas Ranger scout Pete Horse has a lifetime of experience riding in the wild west. When his friend Charlie Goodnight asks him to help lead a… Read More Beyond the Goodnight Trail – Editorial Review
Title: Sauntering Thru: Lessons in Ambition, Minimalism, and Love on the Appalachian Trail Author: Cody James Howell PhD Genre: Travel / Adventure Memoir / Life Lessons / Nature Nonfiction This nonfiction account provides a personal look at traveling the entire Appalachian Trail, going by foot from Georgia to Maine over a period of… Read More Sauntering Thru – Editorial Review
Title: Wolf Omega Author: Joseph Stone Genre: Paranormal Dark Fantasy / Horror Wolf Omega is an origin novel that tells the story of Gabriella, a young woman forced into a loveless marriage in order to improve her family’s impoverished circumstances. When her life takes a violent and tragic turn, she finds refuge in… Read More Wolf Omega – Editorial Review
Title: No Man’s Land Author: Ben Magid Genre: Science fiction Rebel Anne Rae wouldn’t consider herself a normal teenager. In fact, she didn’t have anything to compare herself to. In the year 2054, seven years after Exodus when Mech forcibly exiled humans to the moon, Rebel was the last remaining human on Earth.
Title: Dead Man’s Pose Authors: Susan Rogers and John Roosen Genre: Mystery / Suspense / Crime Dead Man’s Pose by Susan Rogers and John Roosen is a current-day mystery-suspense novel with elements of romance and a spice of humor set in Sydney, Australia.
Title: A Walk in the Twilight: A Librarian Searching For Questions Author: John J. Bosco, Jr Genre: Memoir / Poetry / Philosophy A Walk in the Twilight is a unique combination of memoir and original work that effectively encapsulates the life and worldview of the author. Because of this mixture of writing styles,… Read More A Walk in the Twilight – Editorial Review
Title: Person to Person: Change Your life and Fix the World Authors: Joeri Torfs and Pim Ampe Genre: Non-Fiction / Social Science In Person to Person, readers are guided through the building blocks and high-level functions of a society that focuses on connection, agency, and freedom. Working from the inside (individual) out (society),… Read More Person to Person – Editorial Review