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Book Reviews

The Magicians Sin – Alexander Thomas

Truly one of the best books I've read out of thousands.

The characters are rich, lively beings… Continue reading

Seven Epaulettes of Leadership – Shawn Abrams

Learned So Much About Coaching and Mentoring!

Seven Epaulettes of Leadership is a fantastic book by author, Shawn Abrams! What I got most out of it was about Coaching and Mentoring – I’ve always had a bit of… Continue reading

One More Round – Ian Schoolboy Garrett

The Life Story of Ian “Schoolboy” Garrett

I was thoroughly impressed reading One More Round, not because of the book itself, but really the story. After a tragic accident early in his life, Ian Schoolboy Garrett spent… Continue reading

The Story Cure – Dinty W Moore

A Book Doctor's Pain-Free Guide to Finishing Your Novel or Memoir by Dinty W. Moore.

Are you like me, and have one or two (or more) manuscripts laying in the bottom of a desk drawer? Like a sick… Continue reading

Calling Fire From Heaven – Gregg Voss

Phenomenal collection of stories with impact!

When Gregg Voss puts out something new to read I can’t get my hands on it fast enough-his writing is always top-drawer and the stories are profound, to say the least. Calling… Continue reading

The Valley of American Shadow – Gregg Voss

Dark, Realistic Stories of Phenomena Across America

The stories in The Valley of American Shadow are clever – I found myself asking, How did the author come up with this? The characters are so real it’s not funny… Continue reading

The Describer’s Dictionary

A Treasury of Terms and Literary Quotations Expanded Second Edition by David Grambs and Ellen S. Levine

This unique, one of a kind reference book is a valuable resource tool for every wordsmith seeking to find just the… Continue reading

Writing The Paranormal Novel

Techniques and Exercises for Weaving Supernatural Elements Into Your Story by Steven Harper

Do you aspire to write a supernatural novel? Perhaps you’ve got a dynamite premise for one, but you haven’t the slightest idea on how to… Continue reading