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… Read More Editorial Review – A Place of Timeless Harmony

Editorial Review – Growth and Change Are Highly Overrated

  Title: Growth and Change Are Highly Overrated Author: Tom Starita Genre: Literary Fiction / Humor / Satire   This story is one of not-coming-of-age, the opposite of the classic Bildungsroman plot. Instead of Lucas James accepting responsibility, this is the irreverent, somewhat crass, and humorously self-absorbed story of a young man who won’t grow up, even when… Read More Editorial Review – Growth and Change Are Highly Overrated

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