1969 by Sea Gudinski Review

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. A young woman searching for a way out of her current life finds herself experiencing a historic moment in time in author Sea Gudinski’s “1969”. The Synopsis Take a trip down the rabbit hole […]

Silver Spoons: One’s Journey Through Addiction by Sarah Dickinson

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. A couple tells their story of love and addiction through passionate love letters in author Sarah Dickinson’s “Silver Spoons: One’s Journey Through Addiction”. The Synopsis Silver Spoons: One’s Journey Through Addiction takes an intimate and […]

Podunk Moon: An Anthology by Erin Geil

It’s a new year, and that means it’s time to start tackling some brand new book reviews. The first book of the year is a beautiful yet haunted book of poetry that explores the pain and friction that comes with one’s early 20’s. In author Erin Geil’s book Podunk Moon: An Anthology, readers get a […]

CHOICE | A Short Film by Melanie Murphy 

Hey guys I wanted to share an incredibly powerful short film from YouTube creator Melanie Murphy. It’s an emotional look at unplanned pregnancy and the impact it has on people, as well as the sad reality of abortion still being illegal in Ireland. I hope you guys will watch it and help share and support […]

Why Should You Re-Release Old Books?

Time.  Time has produced new innovations in the world of writing and publishing. In today’s world of publishing authors have more opportunities than ever to showcase their work without traversing through the process of traditional publishing houses. However as many self-published and traditionally published authors can agree, time allows us all to learn from our […]

Interview with Tom Starita

I had the pleasure to speak with author Tom Starita, author of the book “Growth and Change Are Highly Overrated”. Check out some of the amazing things he had to share with us. 1) What was your inspiration for Growth and Change Are Highly Overrated? A) We’re going way back to the weekend before Valentine’s […]