Title: The Seventh Seed Author: Allison Maruska Genre: Dystopian Thriller In the near future, government propaganda rules the American airwaves while mega-corporations manipulate government officials. Javier, a young, brilliant researcher, notices a critical agricultural problem in the heartland that hints at a conspiracy looming in plain sight. However, the powers-that-be have no intent on letting… Read More Editorial Review – The Seventh Seed
Title: Ollie Ollie In Come Free Author: Anne Bernard Becker Genre: Memoir Ollie Ollie In Come Free is the product of an author’s lifelong struggle to deal with and process the traumatic events of her childhood, and to analyze the repercussions that it inevitably had on her as an adult. This memoir is a moving, emotional, and intimately personal tale of a family who had experienced more than its fair… Read More Editorial Review – Ollie Ollie in Come Free
Title: The Cornmarket Conspiracy Author: Sharon Hoisager Genre: Thriller In The Cornmarket Conspiracy, a terrorist attack in London takes the lives of men, women, and children, leaving the country distraught. When the catastrophic event happens, everyone is left on edge.
Author: K.A. Bachus Title: Cetus Wedge Genre: Espionage suspense / Thriller A mercenary agent, code-named Stephen Donovan, walks into work at the Section, a private government-linked spy business, to a promotion. He is being given the job of babysitter, the logistics coordinator for missions. But his training mission, Cetus Wedge, may be more… Read More Editorial Review – Cetus Wedge
Title: Sophie’s Playlist: The Gramble Chronicles Author: Michael Finocchiaro Genre: Action and Adventure / Thriller This is a meandering, literary-style story spiced with romance, grit, and a touch of adventure as it covers the multiple storylines of three characters—Gramble, Zoe, and Samuel—as they explore a kaleidoscope of human experiences.
Title: Grappling to Light Author: Heather D. Nelson Genre: Poetry Grappling to Light by Heather D. Nelson is a collection of poems written during the COVID-19 pandemic. Themes of loss, depression, isolation, and death are explored in the poetry. Holding such heavy themes together, however, is hope and the need for loved ones… Read More Editorial Review – Grappling to Light
Title: Uber Diva Author: Charles St. Anthony Genre: Humor Part-memoir, part-guide, Uber Diva is an entertaining look at what it takes to be an Uber driver. Told from the perspective of the self-proclaimed Uber Diva, who is sidelined from the ridesharing business after a drunk driver totals her car and sends her to the hospital, it is helpful… Read More Editorial Review – Uber Diva
Title: Beyond the Forest Floor and Other Forest Tales Author: Joanne McFall Genre: Folklore / Fairy Tales Beyond the Forest Floor and other Forest Tales is a collection of thirteen short stories that each have the forest environment as their focal point. The stories combine magic and natural enchantment within the framework… Read More Editorial Review – Beyond the Forest Floor and Other Forest Tales
Title: Going Gone Author: Abraham Lopez Genre: Anthology / Alternate History Going Gone reads as a collection of short-story snapshots of what happens to a variety of Americans after a pivotal leader in the Middle East is assassinated and the blame is placed on the United States. Covering the despair, power plays, and religious fervor such… Read More Editorial Review – Going Gone
Title: One Sunny Night Author: Charon Dunn Genre: YA Science Fiction This coming-of-age story tells how Leroy “Sonny” Knight grows and adapts following a terrorist attack during a clashball game. The story is set in a futuristic version of the world: Earth has suffered from meteors and the Americas have been split into new islands and… Read More Editorial Review – One Sunny Night