“The Trouble with Kim” by Seth David Branitz

Branitz’s story touches on so many different hardships of life: drugs, mental health, physical health, death, love. Branitz is honest with his feelings towards his family, friends, and random events. He doesn’t try to give an opinion on how others felt about each other….just how he dealt with it all. Some things he dealt with better than others. … More “The Trouble with Kim” by Seth David Branitz

“Digging Around the Pandemic: The SwiftPad Extinction” by S. Lee Barckmann

After reading the first two incredible books in this trilogy (“Digging Up New Business” and “Digging the Golden Fungus”) I was overly anxious to read what I knew would be the mind-stopping end of the whole thing, “Digging Around the Pandemic.” And I was not disappointed. … More “Digging Around the Pandemic: The SwiftPad Extinction” by S. Lee Barckmann

“Is Divine Energy: THE SECRET OF THE LIMITLESS IMMANENT VALUE” by Vipin Gupta

In this book, the 4th in the series, the author focuses on Divine Energy in our Present Reality. The reader will explore Divine Reality from the Atomic, cellular, and spiritual levels dissecting it to understand its DNA and different transformations within the animate and inanimate expressions of divine energy. … More “Is Divine Energy: THE SECRET OF THE LIMITLESS IMMANENT VALUE” by Vipin Gupta

“Nothing Simple or Easy” by Mark T. Sneed

“Nothing Simple or Easy” by Mark T. Sneed is a heartwarming story of how love can be found even in the least expected places and thrive against all odds. Jules Temple was raised by a single mother in the streets of Chicago. He lived in a rough neighborhood where people were killed for even the flimsiest reasons, and shootouts were common. Jules kept well out of crime despite having several friends who were members of gangs. … More “Nothing Simple or Easy” by Mark T. Sneed

“Whole Lot of Hullabaloo” by Christopher Fried

“Whole Lot of Hullabaloo,” by Christopher Fried is quite the entertaining read. This satirical fiction on the ins and outs of a college campus immediately hooks readers on the first page. We are introduced to several different personalities, each representing the harms that stereotypes inflict on people. … More “Whole Lot of Hullabaloo” by Christopher Fried

“Digging the Golden Fungus: The SwiftPad Insurgencey” by S. Lee Barckmann

Book Two in the SwiftPad Trilogy. The original team who are now the founders of SwiftPad, Inc, saw their creation grow to become the number one resource of news for the world. Based in Portland, Oregon, the company is also the prime ‘enemy’ of the one person who holds the “highest office” in America – The President of the United States.  … More “Digging the Golden Fungus: The SwiftPad Insurgencey” by S. Lee Barckmann