Review – Multi-Storied Tales: Novellas and Short Stories

by Joseth Moore In “Multi-Storied Tales: Novellas and Short Stories,” Joseth Moore weaves an expansive tapestry of narratives that delve into the realms of science fiction and the paranormal, inviting readers on a journey through a meticulously crafted collection of eleven tales. This collection marks a significant moment in Moore’s literary career, presenting ten of …

Review – Women Rising

by John Sant’Ambrogio Women Rising, authored by John Sant’Ambrogio, is a novel that explores the social upheavals caused by a mysterious cosmic event, resulting in women physically growing taller and stronger worldwide. This imaginative narrative merges elements of speculative fiction with profound social commentary, offering a narrative that is both engaging and thought-provoking. The story …

Review – Espressivo

by Michele Wallace Campanelli In a future where artificial intelligence has seamlessly integrated into the fabric of daily life, Michele Wallace Campanelli’s “Espressivo” offers a poignant exploration of the intersection between technology and the human spirit. Set in the year 2035, the entrancing illustrated narrative unfolds in a world populated by robots that perform mundane …

Review – The Lasso Unravels: When All Hell Breaks Loose

by Marc Corwin The Lasso Unravels continues the saga in the second installment of this gripping space opera, picking up where the first book, the award winning The Optical Lasso, left off. Enter a universe where the boundaries of time and space are blurred, and the world finds itself under attack by an unknown adversary. …

S.R. Longshore’s Muse-Dream Mysteries

by S.R. Longshore In a small village in a serene forest, the villagers live in harmony with nature, worshiping the “Great Spirit.” However, a jealous local spirit healer named Tertsrick becomes consumed with the desire for eternal life and deceives the villagers into believing that human sacrifices are necessary to appease the Great Spirit. Tertsrick …

Musicians are Superheroes

by Michele Wallace Campanelli In “Musicians are Superheroes,” Michele Wallace Campanelli paints a picture of a world where musicians are not just artists but transformative heroes. The book combines a love for music and a deep understanding of its significance with the charm and charisma of the comic book world—set in an imaginary universe where music is …

Invasions of Eden

by Will Whetsell Richard Kanaby is a sixty-four-year-old retired gentleman tending to his garden before an ambitious illness suddenly struck him. After attempting to sleep off his worries, hoping that his hallucinations, fever, and dyspnea will subside, he soon realizes that his condition is more than what meets the eye. After being admitted to Brakefield …

All Things Truly Wicked: Tales of Sinners, Saints, Science, and the Supernatural

by Anthony V. Pugliese “All Things Truly Wicked: Tales of Sinners, Saints, Science, and the Supernatural” is a compilation of short stories by Anthony V. Pugliese that explores the complex workings of the human mind and the darker aspects of human nature. The book features a range of genres, including horror, science fiction, and the …