“Game Changer: Military Decisions That Helped Win the American Revolution” by Jack Darrell Crowder

Jack Darrell Crowder, leads the reader through insightful discourses that examine how the outcome of the American Revolution was influenced by military decisions made during key events. … More “Game Changer: Military Decisions That Helped Win the American Revolution” by Jack Darrell Crowder

“Screenwriting for Storytellers” by Sherlann D. Moore

As a writer myself who, like the rest out there (even the ones with the really big names), stumble upon writer’s block more than once during their lifetime—I was highly interested in reading this book. Although I stick to writing books, after reading this I can now say it’s not out of the realm that I will one day take a shot at writing a screenplay. Because as long as Moore’s guide, with that incredible screenplay she wrote inside of it, is by my computer, she has made me believe I might just be able to do it successfully. … More “Screenwriting for Storytellers” by Sherlann D. Moore

“Raymond Wright is Missing” by Brad Anderson

For those familiar with Anderson’s brilliant books, among them being “The Janus Project” and “The Genesis of Janus,” this particular title will ring bells for you. Although this one is a different type of story than most of The Janus Files collection of books, I must say that I think I enjoyed it the best. Not only is the story well-crafted and exciting, which is what you already expect from this author, but it also took me on an odyssey I was not expecting. So my advice, right off the bat for readers, is make sure you have a lot of free time when you begin this book, because you will not want to put it down. … More “Raymond Wright is Missing” by Brad Anderson

“Death Rules the Night” by Rosemary and Larry Mild

Rosemary and Larry Mild have used their time in sunny Hawaii to create a mystery surrounding a certain family’s history, a disappeared body, and a bookstore. In their book “Death Rules the Night,” it will surprise readers to learn that mysteries can lie dormant for years and erupt in the most unthought of places. … More “Death Rules the Night” by Rosemary and Larry Mild

“The Ring of Truth” by Peter Pactor

Eddie Andrews is fifteen years old and dealing with typical teenage angst. Unfortunately, he often lets his anger get out of hand when dealing with common issues. Without intending to, Eddie attracts the attention of a mischievous wizard named Murkles. The wizard sees promise in Eddie and is determined to help him overcome his anger and discover some magical talents in which he was unaware that he had. … More “The Ring of Truth” by Peter Pactor

“A Litany of Angels” by Jay A. Cornils

“A Litany of Angels” by Jay A Cornils is one of those special works that will leave you feeling blessed and moved in the deepest recesses of your soul. Leodegrance is an elderly soldier writing his memoirs about the century of war between France and England and his encounter with Joan of Arc. He recounts his early life, his meeting with his great love, and how he finally found peace. This poignant tale will transport you to a time filled with romance, despair, and, ultimately, hope. … More “A Litany of Angels” by Jay A. Cornils

“Ghost Town” by A.J. Thibault

Speculative fiction is the term best used here, and a term that all readers should keep in mind when ‘cracking open the cover’ of this one. A solid mystery, the author makes sure that the reader is not privileged enough to receive all parts of the storyline clearly. You will learn, right along with Richard Hart, what is actually going on. What you believe is a delusion or an illusion can instantly turn into real life in this book…and the other way around. Both the present and the past transform throughout the pages, and the characters ‘float’ in and out at a moment’s notice. … More “Ghost Town” by A.J. Thibault