Title: Cemetery Reflections Author: Jane Hopkins Genre: Non-Fiction/ Art and Photography As human beings, we have learned from a young age to use words to express ourselves. We use words to communicate, to convey our needs and wants, and as an outlet for the complexities of our thoughts and emotions.
Title: The Heralding Author: Ashley McCarthy Genre: Historical Fiction / Horror A small town in rural England is rocked to its very foundation by the greed, malevolence, and evil brought about by the Great Famine of the 14th century. Having just faced a personal tragedy, Matilda struggles to survive in a world that… Read More The Heralding – Editorial Review
Title: Choose: Snakes or Ladders Author: Sally Forest Genre: Literary Fiction This rich, sensually-driven literary novel takes readers back to the 1950s, when women were just starting to enter the work-force alongside men on a more regular basis. The story follows Mitty Bedford, a typist who recently graduated with her certificate and has landed a job… Read More Choose: Snakes or Ladders – Editorial Review
Title: General Jack and the Battle of the Five Kingdoms Author: David Bush Genre: Young Adult / Fantasy Set in the animal kingdom called “Our Land,” General Jack and the Battle of the Five Kingdoms is told through the eyes of a cat named Miaow. After having been witness to the inequalities of… Read More General Jack and the Battle of the Five Kingdoms – Editorial Review
Title: Open Heart Author: Gregory D. Williams Genre: Historical fiction / Medical fiction / Literary fiction Open Heart by Gregory D. Williams is a coming-of-age literary novel that takes place in Phoenix during the mid-1970s. Gene Hull is a twenty-year-old man who has recently lost his doctor dad, who was also his hero,… Read More Open Heart – Editorial Review
Title: A Light in the Wilderness: The Story of Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and the Southeast Florida Frontier Author: James D. Snyder Genre: History A Light in the Wilderness: The Story of Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and the Southeast Florida Frontier explores the lesser-known history of some of Florida’s sandy shores. We learn about life… Read More A Light in the Wilderness – Editorial Review
Title: Foiled Breach Author: Thorn Osgood Genre: Paranormal mystery / Suspense / Thriller Foiled Breach by Thorn Osgood follows a single older woman named Jayle as she tries to make the connection to murders happening where she lives with the extrasensory perceptions she is having.
Title: Through the Abyss Author: Sidney Son Genre: Science Fiction Through the Abyss is an exceptionally far-reaching science fiction epic where a small team of humans tries to stop a sect of powerful beings from destroying Earth for their own greedy purposes.
Title: Dogs Don’t Cook Author: Catherine Alexander Genre: Fiction Seattle, 1995: Although Thomas “Hatch” Hatchfield left Vietnam in 1968, its horrors remain. Once a promising artist, he’s now a homeless alcoholic approaching fifty with an invisible dog, Bud, as a friend.
Title: Public Opinion Author: Nathan Pettijohn Genre: Thriller Public Opinion explores the glitzy, but not so glamorous, lifestyle of the rich and famous. By no accident, Herb has brushed shoulders with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars, all in the name of blackmail. Herb is a tech nerd, but he isn’t like the others… Read More Public Opinion – Editorial Review