Interview with Author Philip M. Fishman

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? I guess you could call me a late bloomer.  I didn’t write my first book until I was 69, which was a memoir of my brief teaching career, which began at age 65 .  My degree is in chemistry, and after […]

Freedom City by Philip A. Becnel IV Review

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. A near future that could easily mirror our own world comes to visceral life in author Philip A. Becnel IV’s Freedom City. Here’s the synopsis: FREEDOM CITY hilariously ridicules the current kakistocracy (government run […]

Facing Fear: My Reaction to the U.S. Election 2016 Results

Fear. Shame. Anger. These are just a few of the emotions I’ve been dealing with over the last few days. Why? I’ve felt these emotions because beyond belief, Donald Trump has become the President-Elect of the United States. This election wasn’t just about the first female President possibly becoming a reality. It wasn’t a Democrat […]

The Political Talk: A Much Needed Conversation Let me start off by saying this: I hate talking about politics. In this day and age, it has become impossible to talk calmly and openly about politics. This has always been an emotionally driven topic, but with the power of the internet, people have come to abuse […]