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… Read More Editorial Review – Just Good Clean Fun
Title: From Matzah Balls to Communion Wafers: How a Not-So Kosher Jewish Girl Fell in Love with Jesus Author: Gail Baker Genre: Spiritual Memoir This book comprises the episodic real-life recollections of a daughter, wife, and mother as she journeys through her liberal Jewish upbringing and subsequent spiritual struggles following her son’s bouts… Read More Editorial Review – From Matzah Balls to Communion Wafers
Title: Rise Author: M. Ainihi Genre: Dark Fantasy An ordinary Saturday morning hike sends Amanda to a magical world of genies and evil sorcerers after she and her father stumble across ancient ruins in the forest. When Amanda tries to unearth a strange relic buried in the ground, she falls into an underground… Read More Editorial Review – Rise
Title: Willow’s Way Author: Sharon Struth Genre: Women’s Fiction / Romance Willow Armstrong was a successful business woman in the world of weight loss and fitness until it was all suddenly upended following a devastating divorce. In the wake of losing everything she’s built, she learns that she’s willed a home in England from… Read More Editorial Review – Willow’s Way
Title: The Brotherhood of Merlin Book Two: Lycenea Author: Rory D. Nelson Genre: Dark Fantasy / Action Adventure In the second installment of The Brotherhood of Merlin series, all seems to be well when Merlin returns victorious from his and the Brotherhood’s defeat of the sadistic King of the Visi-Gauls. But an enemy… Read More Editorial Review – The Brotherhood of Merlin Book Two: Lycenea
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.
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… Read More Editorial Review – Citizens Not Slaves: The Rise of the 99%