The Disharmony of Silence by Linda Rosen Review

A woman on the cusp of losing her mother discovers a family secret that will change her life forever in author Linda Rosen’s novel “The Disharmony of Silence”.

Author Interview with Hans Joseph Fellmann

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? I didn’t really get into writing; writing got into me. It happened for the first time when I was five years old. My folks and I went to visit my grandparents and my grandfather showed me his handgun. I asked him […]

The Book of Dreams by Nina George Review

An ex war reporter falls into a coma, and brings the son he never knew and the woman he left behind together in a struggle to understand who this man was in author Nina George’s novel “The Book of Dreams”.

Guest Blog Post: “Don’t know much about history.” Using fiction to write non-fiction by Author Anna Levine

This is Anthony Avina speaking. I am honored today to share with you all this exclusive guest blog post from the wonderful and talented author Anna Levine. Having been promoting her latest children’s book All Eyes on Alexandra, Anna is here to talk about how she uses fiction to write a non-fiction book. I hope you all will enjoy and be sure to look at the end of this post for all of Anna’s info.

Never, Never and Never Again by K.M. Breakey

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. Be prepared guys: this book was a very intense and emotionally charged book that made me get philosophical and political in my review. You’ve been warned… A chilling story that blends fiction with history […]

Interview with Author Daniel Blake Smith

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? I was trained as an historian—was a professor of American history at the University of Kentucky for many years—so early on I was into the storytelling business.  Most of my earlier books, in fact, are works of history:  I’ve published books […]

Mr. Wonderful by Daniel Blake Smith Review

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair, honest review. All opinions are my own. Slight trigger warning: For anyone triggered by storylines involving dementia or the death of a loved one, reader discretion is advised. A man’s struggle to keep his family and his life from falling apart plays […]