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Book Review of Confessions of the Very First Zombie Slayer by F.J.R. Titchenell

Confessions of the Very First Zombie Slayer by F.J.R. Titchenell is a YA novel about a group of teenagers surviving the zombie apocalypse. The story is told from the perspective of Cassie, an average teenage girl who is uncannily good at everything she does. For Cassie, the apocalypse starts after a freak paintballing accident when […]

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Book Review: The Brazilian by Rosie Millard

The Brazilian by Rosie Millard, is a well-written novel, however its story line feels unfinished in a sense. I really never understood the direction or overall purpose of this book. I understand it was intended to be a novel filled with satire, a mockery of the well-mannered upper class, and an exaggeration of modern day celebrities, and although […]

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Book Review Antioch by Gregory Ness

Gregory Ness is a man with a brilliant mind! is uniquely rich with history, beauty, mythology, and science! This novel is simply breathtaking! Antioch, by Gregory Ness, contains a little something for everyone. You can find science, science fiction, mythology, romance, religion, philosophy, history, and psychology all wrapped into approximately four hundred and twenty-seven pages. At the end […]

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Book Review In the Depth of Darkness by by Sean Fletcher

, by Sean Fletcher, is a sci-fi adventure, post-apocalyptic novel. Our main character, Alyx Starborn, is a thief struggling to feed his family in a world that is dying. The year is 2119 and the planet is overcrowded, breaking down, and surrounded by different alien races. The Earth Alliance has taken control and has all […]

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Book Review: Game of Fear by Gledé Browne Kabongo

by Glede Kabongo follows Abbie Cooper in her final years at an elite New England private school. She’s attractive, at the top of her class, and doesn’t care about drama because ‘she has her priorities straight’. Despite trying her best to stay on the straight and narrow a mistake from her past comes back to […]

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Book Review: What Lies Beneath the Mask by Laura Greenwood

Prepare to feel love, loss, terror, and ultimately be swept off your feet in this hauntingly romantic novel! , by Laura Greenwood, is a truly captivating story.  There is a profound sense of realism webbed throughout the plot and within the trauma the main protagonist Annabelle endures. The parallel between Annabelle’s love interests and her […]

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Book Review: My River Sanctuary by Robin Bower

Robin Bower’s  is a story about family and intermingling cultures set in the lush backdrop of Perth, Australia. The book touches on many themes that I love reading about such as cultural identity, racism, refugees, mental illness, family dynamics, and war. Unfortunately, the story suffers from trying to juggle so many themes at once. Sometimes […]

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Book Review of Warrior: A Seventeen Series Thriller, by A.D. Starrling

Reviewed by Jenny Heslop When a team of scientists find an ancient tomb in Northern Africa Dimitri Resnick knows it’s the one he has been searching for all his life – which for an immortal is a very long time. But at the tomb’s opening Resnick’s team discover it has already been looted, and recently. […]

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Book Review of The Missed Loved Ones by TNae Wilcox

TNae Wilcox The Missing Loved Ones: A Short Story Collection

For the most part,  is a collection of short stories about everyday people, who live everyday lives. For instance, in The Gift readers meet George and Lenore, a couple struggling with financial problems and Lenore’s scarring accident a few months prior. Eviction notices, inability to secure a loan, biweekly unemployment checks, bouts with self-doubt and […]

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Why Every Self-Published Author Needs to Read “The Fine Print”

With a title like “”, Mark Levine’s book isn’t the most sexy-sounding book you’ll ever read, but it might be one of the most influential. In this updated edition, author and book publishing expert Mark Levine shares his wisdom on the legal, publishing, and marketing details self-published authors often miss in the excitement of getting […]

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Book Review of The Disembodied by Anthony Hains

“The Gray Man has a long history. No one knows when he started appearing or even who he is–or was. There are speculations, mind you, but like every other speculation, there’s nothing beyond legend and old sea–captain yarns. He is a ghost–that much is known-and unlike some ghosts, if you see him, you know that […]

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Like Notting Hell | Book Review: The Square by Rosie Millard

Rosie Millard The Square Kindle

Guest post by Michele Woodger Rosie Millard’s The Square is yet another lightweight novel set in a posh London neighbourhood. Books in this genre – like Notting Hell, Mutton and The Hive – are often highly commercialised, aimed at women and usually written by journalists looking to branch out from their quasi-satirical weekend newspaper columns. […]

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