“Layers: A Collection of Short Stories” by Zuzanne Belec

“Layers: A Collection of Short Stories” by Zuzanne Belec is a book of short stories that are quite tragic a lot of the time. However, if you read into the stories to delve into the true meaning of them, they show the reader an underlying example of the need and will of humans for survival and hope, no matter what they are faced with.  … More “Layers: A Collection of Short Stories” by Zuzanne Belec

“The Wild Rose and the Sea Raven” by Jennifer Ivy Walker

“The Wild Rose and the Sea Raven” is the debut novel by Jennifer Ivy Walker. It’s an alluring retelling of the legendary medieval French romance between Tristan and Isolde, and a whole lot more. This dark, mythical, paranormal fantasy is also the first of a trilogy and sets the tone for an exciting new saga. … More “The Wild Rose and the Sea Raven” by Jennifer Ivy Walker

“Made in America by AmeriCANS not AmeriCANTS” by Richard V. Battle

I found “Made in America by AmeriCANS not AmeriCANTS” by Richard V. Battle to be more impressive than I even thought it would be, which, for me as a reader, is always delightful. Mr. Battle has put together an interesting mix of essays which gives an individual a path that can be used to travel forward in life. In this book, the path is illuminated by the ideals we should all, as Americans, support, believe in, and want to incorporate into our daily lives. … More “Made in America by AmeriCANS not AmeriCANTS” by Richard V. Battle

“The Atheist and the Afterlife – An Autobiography” by Ray Catania

In this amazing autobiography, Ray Catania tells his story about how he evolved from being an atheist to a gifted clairvoyant medium. The transition was not an easy one at all. Coming from a background where he based his beliefs on scientific evidence, Catania had to make some paradigm shifts to move him to a more spiritual path. From what I read, the universe really did not give him a choice! … More “The Atheist and the Afterlife – An Autobiography” by Ray Catania

Meet the Author – A Conversation with CK Sobey, Author of “A Collection of Tiny Stories, Diminutive Tales from the Tip of My Imagination”

Today author CK (Kas) Sobey joins us to talk about her latest book, “A Collection of Tiny Stories, Diminutive Tales from the Tip of My Imagination” … More Meet the Author – A Conversation with CK Sobey, Author of “A Collection of Tiny Stories, Diminutive Tales from the Tip of My Imagination”

“Reclamation” by Nicholas Lawrence Carter

This post-apocalyptic read finds the final remaining humans of Earth living in a city built below ground. The surface of the earth is completely uninhabitable, offering only fierce toxic storms, a poisonous atmosphere, and sheer desolation. For generations, scientists have been sending out an android to survey the surface and determine if/when/how it will be hospitable again. … More “Reclamation” by Nicholas Lawrence Carter

“Summer of No Rain” by Laura Hunter

“Summer of No Rain” by Laura Hunter is a historical fiction story based on true events that occurred in the 1960s in rural Alabama.

Margaret Ann Odom is a bi-racial girl of twelve years old. Like most girls her age, she enjoys tree houses, animals, and playing with her best friend. But her happy, ordinary world is about to change. … More “Summer of No Rain” by Laura Hunter

“Ascension” by Marc R. Micciola

Marc R. Micciola has accomplished much in his first book of his Age of Shadow saga, “Ascension”, creating a vividly described world of darkness and magic, as you would expect of the genre. Set in the mythical world of Midstad, the novel concerns itself with the kingdoms that make up Micciola’s fantasy world, the key people that inhabit them and the perceived external threat that is on the horizon, which may upset the precarious equilibrium that is currently established. … More “Ascension” by Marc R. Micciola