Review – Citizen Trudy and the Crackdown

by Lindsey Brook In “Citizen Trudy and the Crackdown,” Lindsey Brook crafts an engaging narrative that deftly weaves together themes of family, addiction, and societal breakdown against the backdrop of the late 20th century. The story begins with the Henson family grappling with the aftermath of Jack Henson’s sudden death, which sends Sally, the matriarch, …

Of Age and Edges

by Odessa Cleveland Of Age and Edges by Odessa Cleveland is an earnest and thought-provoking journey through life’s complexities, expressing the essence of aging, family, and the human experience. Cleveland’s style is both lyrical and evocative, painting vivid images with her words, making readers feel as if they are part of the poetic thoughts and …

Big Foot: Monster of The Ice

by Michele Wallace Campanelli Adam Reese, the expert zoologist, is worried sick about his missing soon-to-be ex-wife after hearing that she disappeared after an assignment to film a polar bear documentary in Canada. After traveling on a plane and heading to the small island of ice and snow, he brings their thirteen-year-old son, Sean, hoping …

The Great American

by Michele Wallace Campanelli On September 11, 2001, the United States of America changed forever. After a series of airline hijackings and suicide attacks committed by nineteen militants associated with the extremist Al-Qaeda group, the event is considered one of the most destructive terrorist attacks on American soil. The attacks against New York and Washington, …

The Janet Network

by Michele Wallace Campanelli In our lives, we face challenges that may initially seem insurmountable. Still, we find our strength in dealing with these adversities, just like the characters in Michele Wallace Campanelli’s book, The Janet Network—a potent narrative vividly depicting a group of women navigating life’s trials. The story revolves around Catherine, a woman …

Cover-Up

by LaErtes Muldrowz “Cover-Up” is a journey through possibilities. Is it possible that genetically superior humans walk among us? Is it possible that humanity is changing? Is that even a decision that’s in our hands? LaErtes Muldrow certainly believes so. The fantastical journey penned by the author begins with Donovan Mocion, aka “The Fastest Man …