Category Archives: Editorial Reviews

Editorial Review – Podunk Moon

 

Title: Podunk Moon

Author: Erin Geil

Genre: Poetry

 

This short anthology features what feels like a complete, poetic short story, “The Great American,” at the end of a collection of poems primarily on love, relationships, life, and death.

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Editorial Review – Citizens Not Slaves: The Rise of the 99%

 

Title: Citizens Not Slaves: The Rise of the 99%

Author: Seán Gearárd McCloskey

Genre: Non-Fiction / Political Science

 

This heartfelt work discusses how the 99% has been kept down by the 1% “Global Power Elite,” looking at historical examples primarily in Great Britain and Scotland, and how the 99% might change the future to level the playing field.

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Editorial Review – Ticket to Temptation

 

Title: Ticket to Temptation

Author: Lilith Darville

Genre: Erotic drama / Fantasy

 

Ticket to Temptation, by Lilith Darville, is a novel in the erotic romantic suspense genre. The book includes both sexual content and mystical elements. The main characters are looking for love for the second time. They have both been burned by past loves, either emotionally tormented or neglected, and are looking to reignite their inner flames. There are two primary characters—Logan Archer and Daniel Masterson. In many ways, there is a third character in the setting of Blackstone Manor.

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Editorial Review – Yes Means Yes

 

Book Title:​ Yes Means Yes: A Novel

Author​: Steven M. Wells

Genre:​ Crime and Suspense

 

A young woman’s quest for justice on behalf of her friend forms the backbone of this compelling novel by author Steven M. Wells. One night, graduate student Katie Russell overhears sounds of a violent struggle in her friend Ava’s apartment, which is situated one floor above her own. Rushing to her friend’s aid, she discovers a disturbing scene where an unconscious Ava is lying naked and unconscious in bed.

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Editorial Review – Revoked

 

Title: Revoked

Author: MK Pachan

Genre: Fiction/Mystery & Detective/Police Procedural

 

Revoked focuses on a double-homicide of the worst imaginable. A mother and child are found dead in their home by Detectives Cam Clay and Mitch Raines. Detective Clay is hell-bent on solving these murders as the suspect list grows and the body count continues to rise around him and his team.

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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 are looking for ways to achieve that without giving up gourmet meals. If so, then The Kitchen Paraphernalia Handbook: Hundreds of Substitutions for Common and Uncommon Utensils, Gadgets, Tools, and Techniques, by Jean B. MacLeod, offers the perfect resource for you.

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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 their stories are just as different and interesting. While the characters face their share of heartache, their stories are also tales of redemption, although not all that simple.

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Editorial Review – Vernon Fix

 

Title: Vernon Fix

Author: Peter P. Sellers

Genre: Thriller / Suspense / Crime

Michael Butler has harness racing in his blood. His parents fell in love during racing season and his father dedicated his life to driving until his name was wrongly slandered, ending his career. Now, it’s Michael’s time to avenge his family legacy, and when he discovers his new neighbors have close ties to Carlton DeVeb, the man who ruined his father’s career, he does everything he can to see DeVeb’s demise.

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Editorial Review – A Place of Timeless Harmony

 

Title: A Place of Timeless Harmony

Author: Curt Eriksen

Genre: Literary Fiction

A Place of Timeless Harmony is about a couple, Richard and Sofie, who go on a romantic vacation to the African safari. But they are carrying secrets that are weighing heavily on their hearts, and the two realize that no matter how much they hide from each other, not opening up about the darkness within is only hurting their chance at love.

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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.

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