“Walks with the Wind” by Steve Physioc

Physioc masterfully combines this character-driven drama into an unforgettable saga of family, loss, culture, war, and redemption. I especially like the way Native American culture is incorporated, and the way the lives of the main characters collide and work off of each other. The pacing is even, the plot intriguing, and the dialogue dynamic. You will become invested in the story and can’t guess what may lie around the next corner. … More “Walks with the Wind” by Steve Physioc

“A Luke of All Ages and Fire and Ice: Two Novellas” by Mark Saba

“A LUKE of ALL AGES and FIRE and ICE: Two Novellas,” by Mark Saba, is an intriguing work of literary fiction. Comprised of two novellas in one book, each in its own way explores themes of love, faith, beliefs, memory, human behavior, the mystery of life, and more. … More “A Luke of All Ages and Fire and Ice: Two Novellas” by Mark Saba

“Never Turn Your Back on the Tide” by Kergan Edwards-Stout

“Never Turn Your Back on the Tide” is labeled as a fictional memoir. I have to say as fiction the book was interesting as a self-conscious journey through the narrator’s remembrances. It is a circuitous adventure filled with nice short one liners. Perhaps, the best parts are the little snippets. … More “Never Turn Your Back on the Tide” by Kergan Edwards-Stout