Category Archives: Editorial Reviews

Editorial Review – Valley Fever

 

Title: Valley Fever

Author: C. J. Bahr

Genre: Fantasy / Supernatural Suspense

 

This quick-paced novel recounts the adventures of Jill Cassidy—a geology student and assistant to Professor Mitchell—as she uncovers the existence of the Fae, immortal creatures entrusted with the care of the earth.

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Editorial Review – Give Place to Wrath

 

Title of the book: Give Place To Wrath

Author name: Steven C. Harms

Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense

 

A series of seemingly random murders lead Roger Viceroy and his team of crime detectives on a dangerous mission to unmask a killer and prevent the death of a high profile and prominent member of the community.

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Editorial Review – Thursday’s Child

 

Title: Thursday’s Child

Author name: Joseph Wurtenbaugh

Genre: Literary Fiction / Romance / Business Intrigue / Legal Thriller

 

This is an epic story, seasoned with mystery and romance, of how Adele Elizabeth Jansen’s life transforms slowly but irrevocably after meeting author, poet, polymath, and unrecognized genius, Thomas Newcombe.

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Editorial Review – Zoey’s Zany Life

 

Title: Zoey’s Zany Life

Author: Mikayla Lowery

Genre: MG Fiction – Humor

 

Zoey’s Zany Life, by Mikayla Lowery, is intended as a book for a middle grade/pre-teen audience, most likely girls, but not necessarily as boys could enjoy it as well. It should not be mistaken as the typical coming-of-age story, but instead as one emphasizing personal growth and development.

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Editorial Review – Waking Up Human: A Survivor’s Guide

 

Title: Waking Up Human: A Survivor’s Guide

Author: Susan Aranda

Genre: Memoir / Self-Help

 

In Susan Aranda’s memoir, Waking Up Human, Aranda revisits her life experiences involving childhood trauma, heartbreak, motherhood, and aging parents. From being raised by an abusive mother, to going through two abusive marriages, to taking care of her dying father, this story of a strong woman who won’t give up will push readers to never let toxicity drag you down.

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Editorial Review – The Metanoia Phases: The Change of Heart

 

 

Title of the Book: The Metanoia Phases: The Change of Heart

Author name: Maria E. L. Thomassen

Genre: YA Fantasy

 

Magic, romance, and family secrets collide in this young adult fantasy novel by Maria Thomassen. As the crowned princess of Serendia, Maria has always known love and security. Beloved by friends and family and admired by many, she has always been certain about her place in the world.

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Editorial Review – Another Son

 

Title: Another Son

Author: Kurtis Bell

Genre: Adult and Young Adult Spiritual

 

Another Son is a unique and original story about a teacher whose modern age ideas and beliefs forever changed the way those around him saw the world. When an unnamed narrator finds himself stranded on a relatively deserted road one night due to car troubles, little did he know that such an inauspicious beginning would lead to the most wonderful experience of his life.

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Editorial Review – Travels in the Time of Trump

 

Title: Travels in the Time of Trump

Author: Paula DiPerna

Genre: Nonfiction / Political / Travel Writing

 

This work explores the author’s journeys before and after the election of President Trump, providing a heartfelt argument as to how Americans can survive the election of one she considers to be a “Loose Cannon President.”

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Editorial Review – The Perfect Partner

 

Title: The Perfect Partner

Author: Ursula LeCoeur

Genre: Historical Romance

 

The Perfect Partner by Ursula LeCoeur is described as a Historical Romance, but it also reads as a thriller, which will make it popular among those who like that genre. The first thing to know about The Perfect Partner is that the romantic aspect has a love triangle, which always seems to complicate matters.

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Editorial Review – Just Good Clean Fun

 

Title: Just Good Clean Fun

Author: Michael J. Hawron

Genre: Historical Fiction / Spy Thriller / International Intrigue

 

Just Good Clean Fun, by Michael J. Hawron, is a spy thriller set in the 1970s and 1980s. Like many spy thriller novels, Just Good Clean Fun follows a seemingly average (albeit handsome and charming man), who secretly has some extraordinary abilities. Those abilities allow him to fight crime, take down the bad guys, and thwart their plans, to save the world (or at least Australia).

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