Editorial Review – The Way to Remember

  Author: Martha Reynolds Title: The Way to Remember Genre: Literary Fiction / Women’s Fiction   Robin Fortune, the 19-year old daughter of a wealthy real-estate mogul, is kicked out of college for dealing pot. With Robin’s favorite author, Maryana Capture, visiting her hometown’s bookstore at the end of the month, she becomes convinced that… Read More Editorial Review – The Way to Remember

Editorial Review – Hannah and Soraya’s Fully Magic Generation-Y Snowflake Road Trip Across America

  Title: Hannah and Soraya’s Fully Magic Generation-Y Snowflake Road Trip Across America Author: James Ward Genre: Literary fiction / Women’s fiction / Contemporary fiction   Hannah and Soraya’s Fully Magic Generation-Y Snowflake Road Trip Across America by James Ward follows the frolicking journey of Hannah and Soraya, manager and lead singer of a British… Read More Editorial Review – Hannah and Soraya’s Fully Magic Generation-Y Snowflake Road Trip Across America

Editorial Review – The Melancholy History of Mayfly

  Title: The Melancholy History of Mayfly Author: Mutch Katsonga Genre: Supernatural/Coming-of-Age   In The Melancholy History of Mayfly, Mutch Katsonga tells the story of a young man named Childe who is kept hidden by his parents during his whole childhood because of a curse he possesses. Childe falls in love with a girl named… Read More Editorial Review – The Melancholy History of Mayfly

The Summer That Melted Everything – Book Review

  *Guest book review contributed by 125 Pages.*   The Summer That Melted Everything: A Novel by Tiffany McDaniel Published by St. Martin’s Press on July 26, 2016 Genres: Family Life, Literary Pages: 320 Format: Kindle Source: Netgalley Fielding Bliss has never forgotten the summer of 1984: the year a heat wave scorched Breathed, Ohio. The year he became friends with the devil.… Read More The Summer That Melted Everything – Book Review

Something You Once Told Me – Book Review

  -Guest post contributed by Jack Messenger- Trains and boats and planes – modes of transport abound in Barry Stewart Hunter’s interestingly varied collection of short stories, although the people they convey are seldom up to speed with their own lives. Persons in transit and the mental dislocations they experience are a recurring motif; thematically,… Read More Something You Once Told Me – Book Review

Editorial Review – Woman: A Collection of Short Stories

  Title: Woman: A Collection of Short Stories Author: V. P. Evans Genre: Fiction   Woman is a collection of short stories demonstrating the unexpected strengths that arise in women in the face of adversity. Five situations, culled from news headlines, are examined through fiction. Each story stands alone, but together they form a collective… Read More Editorial Review – Woman: A Collection of Short Stories