DUTCHING THE BOOK by Ritch Gaiti is a heartbreaking, humorous look at being young and yearning in Brooklyn. It is also a story about striving, about the short-lived high of winning and the agonizing low of losing, of being in debt and lying to loved ones. Read the rest of the review here.
The Haunting of a Southern Family: Ghosts Haunted By Ghosts
Sometimes the line between poetry and prose is thin. In the case of BANYAN, a novella by Cynthia A. Williams, it is gossamer. Read the rest of this review here.
Put away your notions of romancing. Dust off your ideas of shocking. Read the rest of this review.
Delightful, Engaging, Action-Romance
A SHOT IN THE DARK by Jayleigh Cape is a fast-paced action-romance with a touch of paranormal. It is about love, courage, and a young woman’s struggle to survive an abusive relationship. Read the rest of this review.