Author name: Jason Nugent Book title: The Blood Stone: Curse of the Drakku Book One
Title: Bittersweet Alliance Author: Kathleen Rowland Genre: Romance/Suspense Bittersweet Alliance is a story about a woman named Jolene who has just managed to move on from a relationship when she is thrown back together with her ex-boyfriend for a work assignment. Both are called to consult on a high stakes FBI case and she… Read More Editorial Review – Bittersweet Alliance
*Guest review post contributed by Ahouseofbooks* The Life of a Banana by PP Wong. When her mother dies in a freak accident, our 12-year-old narrator Xing and older brother Lai Ker move in with their domineering grandmother, disabled uncle, and wannabe-actress aunt.
Title: Roads to Meaning and Resilience With Cancer: Forty Stories of Coping, Finding Meaning, and Building Resilience While Living with Incurable Lung Cancer Author: Morhaf Al Achkar Genre: Nonfiction / Healthcare and Wellness Dr. Morhaf Al Achkar, a family physician and lung cancer patient, has provided us a thorough, thoughtful resource for coping… Read More Editorial Review – Roads to Meaning and Resilience With Cancer
Title: Kenneth Chapter Author: S. M. Lambert Genre: Fiction / Urban A red Ferrari, a violent delinquent, the sexy captain of the high school cheerleading squad, and lots of kickass karate: Charles Gill Jr.’s three-week adventure is a wild one. In Kenneth Chapter, sixteen-year-old Charles promises to make the most of his three… Read More Editorial Review – Kenneth Chapter
Author: Anthony Butto Title: Self-Evolution: Break Free and Discover the Real You Genre: Self-Help This short, insightful book is designed as a guide to help readers discover their true selves and what they want from their lives. It provides insights from the author as he discusses his own journey to change his life… Read More Editorial Review – Self-Evolution: Break Free and Discover the Real You
Title: Incarnata Author: Brandon Faircloth Genre: Horror Incarnata is a collection of seventeen short horror stories which begin as standalone stories, and in the second half of the book start to tie together. The stories revolve around another realm called Incarnata, the portal used to cross over to it, the monsters who live… Read More Editorial Review – Incarnata