“Place of Privilege” by Mark Robinson and Raymond Smaltz III

“Place of Privilege” is a brilliantly written memoir by Mark Robinson and Raymond Smaltz, III. It is a unique memoir as it has two authors and is a narrative of two journeys braided together by a shared experience in a most unusual environment, The Dalton School in New York City, which is one of the most prestigious, elite prep schools in the nation, recognized globally for its visionary, progressive educational philosophy. … More “Place of Privilege” by Mark Robinson and Raymond Smaltz III

“Deeply Rooted Dreams” by Alexander Mukte

“Deeply Rooted Dreams” is the second book in the Rewired Series by Alexander Mukte. I did NOT forget Ori Clayborn. And anyone who read the first in this series, “The Recruiter” certainly has not forgotten him either. The first book was one that kept me, like all who read it, on the edge of their seats as a whole Mario Puzo-type drama with drug cartels and corrupt FBI agents unfurled. That book was also where we met up with Jessica, an investigative reporter who simply sets her focus on any assignment that’s given to her and then with skills and talent unveils the “bad guys” to the world.
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An Interview with Linda Gould – Author of “Gilded Prisons”

Linda Gould is a career bureaucrat, now retired from the Department of Labor. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Western Maryland College and a masters degree in political science from American University in Washington, DC. Gilded Prisons is Linda’s sixth self-published novel. She previously published Secretarial Wars, The Rock Star’s Homecoming, Let’s Play Ball, Handmaidens of Rock, and Sycophants. … More An Interview with Linda Gould – Author of “Gilded Prisons”

“Brain Drops: A Humanistic Approach Toward a Positive Existence,” by Jeannie Tyrrell

c Approach Toward a Positive Existence,” by Jeannie Tyrrell is an eye-opening, heart-wrenching account. In her book, she speaks of her troubled life and how she used escapism to deal with all aspects of her life. … More “Brain Drops: A Humanistic Approach Toward a Positive Existence,” by Jeannie Tyrrell

“Boston, My Blissful Winter” by Alain Briottet

“Boston, My Blissful Winter,” is a collection of twelve short stories that take place during the cold, but captivating, winter months in Boston. Author Alain Briotett was the Consul General of France in Boston during the 1980s. While Briotett lived around the world during his career in foreign diplomacy, this novel focuses solely on Boston during the wintertime. … More “Boston, My Blissful Winter” by Alain Briottet

“Discerning Grace” by Emma Lombard

“Discerning Grace,” is the first novel in Emma Lombard’s, “White Sails” series. Young Grace Baxter is the daughter of Lord and Lady Flint. Without Grace’s consent, they have negotiated her engagement to the monstrous Lord Silverton. Grace knows her parents will not protect her against this loathsome and dangerous man, so she must escape. … More “Discerning Grace” by Emma Lombard

An Interview with Y.M. Masson – Author of The Demons of War Trilogy

As a young boy Y. M. Masson (Yves) struggled through four years of hardship under German occupation of Paris until he was liberated by the American Third Army. Twenty years later, after having served in the French army in North Africa during the French-Algerian war, he left France in 1965 for New York City and became a United States citizen in the early seventies. After working as a marketing executive in Corporate America, and then running his own consulting business, Yves turned to the arts. … More An Interview with Y.M. Masson – Author of The Demons of War Trilogy