Title: La Florida Author: James D. Snyder Genre: Historical Fiction Through the weaving together of fact and fiction, La Florida documents the conflicts that occurred when Early Modern Spanish explorers attempted to settle in Florida, home to a fearless and ancient Indian civilization.
Title: Heroes By Design Author: D.A. Irsik Genre: Young Adult / Christian A tale of friendship, faith, and perseverance takes center stage in Heroes by Design by D.A. Irsik. It follows the lives of Sela, Emily, and Zach–three friends who take pride in their Christian beliefs and the work they do in God’s… Read More Heroes By Design – Editorial Review
Title: Interpol and the Circus Robberies Author: Aaron T. Knight Genre: Mystery / Detective A series of robberies have sprung up across the globe that are categorized by several distinct commonalities. Huge mirrors are set up to re-direct and deceive. Smoke bombs are set off outside buildings to conceal the getaway. Fireworks create… Read More Interpol and the Circus Robberies – Editorial Review
Title: Losing Normal Author: Francis Moss Genre: Young Adult / Dystopian / Science Fiction Losing Normal explores the dangers of rapidly evolving technology and the effect it has on everyone, including people like Alex Rinato. People never quite see Alex as “normal” because he is on the Autism spectrum. He and his friend… Read More Losing Normal – Editorial Review
Title: The Robber of Youth Author: Keith Julius Genre: Literary Fiction This story takes readers along the journeys of Rosaletta Guiterrez, a fifteen-year-old who watched her brother die and was turned out of her mother’s home in the same night, and Melanie Cox, a new Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) who longs to… Read More The Robber of Youth – Editorial Review
Title: The Clan Author: Steven Hamling Genre: Thrillers / Suspense / Horror The Clan is a horror novel that brings us deep into the forest of Cedarwoods, Alaska, where a creature lurks. Hunting, camping, and lodging are common in the woods, but when people begin showing up mauled by an especially vicious “bear”,… Read More The Clan – Editorial Review
Title: Kim’s Memoir Author: Young-Koo Kim Genre: Memoir / Korean History Kim’s Memoir is the passionately told story of a prominent Korean jurist, naval officer, professor, and scholar of international law who spent his life serving South Korea, in particular doing legal work to ensure the security of the country’s Northern Limit Line.… Read More Kim’s Memoir – Editorial Review
Title: Becoming Nobody: A Personal Account of One Man’s Search for Self-Knowledge Author: Rick Branch Genre: Memoir / Philosophy / Psychology Society encourages people to be somebody, that their identity is attached to accomplishments like graduating college and being financially wealthy. To know oneself and identify through likes, dislikes, and characteristics (that are… Read More Becoming Nobody – Editorial Review
Title: Poetry ‘n That Author: Seána Geri McCloskey Genre: Poetry This collection of short poems cover a diverse array of topics, discussing Brexit, Theresa May’s time as prime minister, Scottish independence, and the plight of the downtrodden during Christmas over the course of its pages.
Title: You Saw Something You Shouldn’t Have Author: Brandon Faircloth Genre: Horror You receive a text from an unknown sender early in the morning and it says: You saw something you shouldn’t have. Also the title of the book, this tale of a mysterious creature taunting a man as everything and everyone in… Read More You Saw Something You Shouldn’t Have – Editorial Review