Half the World – Guest Book Review I was very excited for this book, so much so that I pre-ordered it and not-so patently waited for it to come out. I was not disappointed. This follow up to Half A King was a little bit of a surprise in the total shift in protagonist. I… Read More Half the World – Book Review
Author: Isabella Milan Title: Praying for a Miracle When It’s Hopeless Genre: Non-fiction / Memoir / Self-Help This beautifully systematic book shares the author’s own struggles in life and health as she dealt with her ending marriage right after she was diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer. The author then offers support and… Read More Editorial Review – Praying for a Miracle When It’s Hopeless
Title: Dreams of Justice Author: Allison Maruska Genre: Paranormal Mystery A young professor is haunted by mysterious dreams that soon turn all too real and all too deadly in this paranormal mystery by Allison Maruska. At a glance, Sonia James seems to have it all: a stable and fulfilling job, friends who support… Read More Editorial Review – Dreams of Justice
Title: Business Coaching Breakthrough Author: Elena Nugent Genre: Non-fiction Business Coaching Breakthrough is a beginner’s guide to starting and maximizing a business as a business coach. The book takes aspiring business coaches step by step through the do’s and don’ts of creating a business coaching program that will work for coaches and all… Read More Editorial Review – Business Coaching Breakthrough
Author: Walt Runkis Title: Three Proofs That God Exists Genre: Non-fiction / Narrative Non-fiction / Metaphysics / Philosophy of Religion This very approachable book explores miracles and metaphysics through vignettes told from the author’s life. The author feels that anyone who seeks spiritual enlightenment will find it and offers his story as a… Read More Editorial Review – Three Proofs That God Exists
Title: The Illustrated Hen Author: Scott Charles Genre: Literary Fiction / Magical Realism The stories we tell say a lot about ourselves as human beings: our beliefs, our values, and our past experiences. Within each human being is a subconscious need to share our stories not only so that they can be heard,… Read More Editorial Review – The Illustrated Hen
Author: Peter Kelton Book title: The Yesterlings Genre: Literary Fiction Publish date: March 12, 2019 Blurb: Seeking adventure, Argentine dandy Balboa Brontine charms his way onto an expedition to film a remote Canadian island famed for wild horses and shipwrecks.