Review: Darling the Orphan Princess by Shelia Chapple

Becoming a princess is part of most little girls’ dreams. To wake up with lovely dresses, lots of shoes, undeniable beauty, effortless grace, and being loved by everyone is indeed a wonderful life. Darling is among the few of those lucky girls who get to live this dream come true.

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Review: Down in the Valley, but Not Alone by Leela Peakuzhimannil

When reviewing biographies, I’ve come to the realization that many authors try to convey their experiences into words, but most of them pass as anecdotal remarks only – fortunately, that is not the case with Down in the Valley, But Not Alone, by esteemed Leela Peakuzhimannil, whose tale of struggle

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Review: Hindi Handwriting by Deborah Shaer

Hindi Handwriting: An Effective Way to Learn by Deborah Shaer is a valuable guide to learn and understand the Hindi language. But more than a simple language guide, it’s a holistic journal, not only for learning Hindi but also for understanding India’s rich culture. The author presents an innovative way

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Review: Smell the Raindrops by BA Austin

The biggest spectacle mankind can witness is mankind itself. Within every drop of life in an endless ocean of time lives a whole universe, and we are often gifted with the chance of having a glimpse into that universe when reading a good biography. Now add masterful writing skills to

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Review: Demons Rising Return of the Damned by Melvina Hawkins-Patterson

Demons Rising Return of the Damned by Melvina Hawkins-Patterson is a beautifully written fantasy thriller. Satan has defied God and was cursed to hell. The multitude of angels has also followed him and they were cast out of heaven. Two of those angels, Oblivion and Time were sadly mistaken and

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Review: Down by Ol’ Chooster’s Pond by Larry Alvord

Down by Ol’ Chooster’s Pond by author Larry Alvord is an enchanting yet adorable story about a frog of North’s Way – Rin-Ridley, a duck – Waggley-wack, and the friendliest cricket – Rickety-Crick. It revolves around the trio tackling Chooster, the farmer and the meanest and grumpiest ol’ bulldog Browderly

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Review: Cosmic Harmony by Avatar X

When the world around us seems too heavy to bear, we often find ourselves longing for simpler times, the fresh breeze of a lazy morning, the scents from nature in the air after a rainy night… While we may not always have the time to pay attention to the small

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Review: Invaders by Kenneth Passan

In the author’s blood-curdling sci-fi adventure, Invaders, a group of scientists was out searching for a disturbingly aggressive species called Vespa Mandarinia, also known as Murder Hornets. With extreme care, they collect the specimen from Japan to be transferred to the United States.   Unbeknownst to them, a hole on the

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Review: Cuauhtémoc 2 by D L Davies

Creative World Building at its Best. Descent of the Sun Priests is the second installment in the Cuauhtémoc series that amalgamates fantasy, action, and adventure elements. While the first book in the Cuauhtémoc from Descending Eagle marks the first flight of Cuauhtémoc, the Descent of the Sun Priests closely follows

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Review: A Montage of a Mauve Reality by Thomas Taylor

A Montage of Mauve Reality by Thomas Taylor is a collection of eighteen short stories. Each short story is set in a unique and intriguing premise. The characters and their behaviors were relatable as much as the situations they are in. We were invited to witness an event from their

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Review: Bee Gone by Connie Corcoran Wilson

Bee Gone: A Political Parable by Connie Corcoran Wilson is a short illustrated story that reflects the US political scenario. This humorous tale is not only a reminder of the consequence of our collective decision but also how destructive it can be. The story follows an ambitious, cunning drone bee

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Review: The Beautiful Blonde Library Angel by Phillip Parcheminer

A very personal and inspiring read which is a touching memoir that amalgamates the themes of spirituality and self-help. It is a poignant and true story of the author Phillip Parcheminer, navigating the pits of darkness and making it through the adversities. The book opens with him coming across an

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Review: The Holy Spirit Calling by A. L. Istener

The Holy Spirit Calling: A 40-Year Journey with the Holy Spirit by A.L. Istener is a book of Divine Energy. It is a collection of ‘words’ from the Holy Spirit received from the prayers of the author. The author has been receiving this heavenly wisdom for more than 40 years.

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Review: Louder Than Thunder by Cheryl K. Hawkins

A raw and evocative firsthand account of the events of the catastrophic Hurricane Katrina and its ensuing weeks of a harrowing ordeal for everyone involved. Cheryl Hawkins’ Louder than Thunder portrays a very personal and poignant experience of a daughter and a 70-year-old wheelchair-bound father, Emile during the 2005 Hurricane

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Review: Shadows of Passion by David Scott

Shadows of Passion by David Scott is a historical fiction, blending passionate romance with intriguing crime drama. Set in 1973, the story follows the life of Harold ‘Harry’ Richards, an introverted high school senior and his relationship with his teacher, Cindy La Forge. Frank La Forge, Cindy’s estranged husband is

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Review: Boyhood Adventures by Aaron L. Carter

Aaron L. Carter’s second edition of Boyhood Adventures is a book that is well named. The main characters treat the reader to equal measures of humor, drama, excitement, and suspense. Set in Texarkana, Arkansas, in 1953, three eight-year-old boys seek escape from boredom by exploring haunted venues. Boyhood Adventures tells

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Review: Wee Willie One Sock by John Petrie and Jack Petrie

Sometimes, everyday happenings can be quite the intriguing little mysteries in a child’s life! In Wee Willie One Sock by John and Jack Petrie, that is just the case! When Wee Willie walks to the kitchen wearing only one of his socks, his mom Janet gets the investigation going. What

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Review: Season with My Savior by Amy Jo Wrobel

Seasons with My Savior by Amy Jo Wrobel is a Christian devotional journal that beautifully scripts the author’s journey of finding her faith in all ups and downs of life. Faith is divine. It uplifts the devotee in ways that no one can imagine. The Divine Hands have the power

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Review: The Last Matriarch by David L. Simmons

The Last Matriarch: Bob White by David L. Simmons is a beautifully crafted, action-packed thriller. It takes you to the behind scenes of political rivalry and power struggle entangled in the darkest secrets of the criminal underworld. Bob White, a Southern politician is implicated in the murder of Dr. Ray

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Review: Sex, Science, Society, and Reproduction by Barry S. Verkauf

A lot has changed in the recent decades. From the boomer generation to the millennials of now, the way people behave and make decisions throughout their lives has been more and more influenced by scientific advances and developments in conception and contraception. The roles of women, men, and their children

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