Review – Wild Stories Written in the Wind Part 1

by Hope Atwood Dayhoff   What if there’s a book that takes you right into the heart of nature with fun stories and beautiful photos? A book that brings wildlife to life through personal stories and amazing pictures, making it both educational and heartwarming. That’s exactly what Hope Atwood Dayhoff has done with her book, …

Review – The Day I Almost Destroyed the Boston Symphony and Other Stories

by John Sant’Ambrogio   “The Day I Almost Destroyed the Boston Symphony and Other Stories” is a memoir by John Sant’Ambrogio, chronicling his career as a symphony cellist. From his early fascination with symphonic music to his role as principal cellist in the Saint Louis Symphony, Sant’Ambrogio provides an intimate glimpse into the life of …

Review – Turning the Pages (Screenplay)

by Alla Kaluzhny   In Turning the Pages, Alla, a serene and introspective protagonist, embarks on a deeply spiritual and mysterious journey of self-discovery. Set against the backdrop of her contemporary home, the narrative begins with Alla uncovering an old, ornate book embossed with cryptic symbols. This book, however, is no ordinary tome; it serves …

Review – Design Science in the New Paradigm Age

by Herb G. Bennett RA   “Design Science in the New Paradigm Age” by Herbert Glenauldbin Bennett is an intricate and profound exploration of the evolving field of design science, presenting a unique synthesis of art, science, and spirituality. This volume, the first in a series, is an ambitious attempt to reframe our understanding of …

Review – Literary Terrorist

by Claire S. Cabot   In this story, Butch and Adelaide Stubbs are on vacation in Chile and find themselves in the middle of espionage during their vacation in Chile. While enjoying dinner at their hotel, they end up chatting about some mysterious things that happened during their trip—events from a recent business meeting, hinting …

Review – Turning New Pages: How Exploring My Treasured Friendships And Our Past Lives’ Connections Led Me On the Wild Rides Through The Mysteries Of Life

https://youtu.be/uWhOFa4CF98 by Alla Kaluzhny   Friendship, as told in Turning New Pages, is the invisible glue binding us together across lifetimes, with shared laughs, lessons, and a whole lot of heart. In this new novel, Alla Kaluzhny shares the fascinating stories of her friendships giving insight into the nature of human relationships and the eternal …

Review – Stand Up…Face Up…Look Up…: Lessons from David, a Man after God’s Own Heart

by Ronnie Kidd Ronnie Kidd’s inspirational book, “Stand Up… Face Up… Look Up…,” seeks to impart life lessons drawn from the biblical story of David, revered as “a man after God’s own heart.” Throughout the book, Kidd draws on the extensive narrative of David’s life—from his humble beginnings as a shepherd boy to his rise …

Review – Binkie: The Kindest Shark in the Sea

by Michelle W. Campanelli   “Binkie” is an imaginative tale set in the sunlit lagoons of Florida, where a unique lemon shark pup named Gary challenges the fearsome reputation of his kind with a heartwarming desire for peace and friendship. This story offers a delightful read for both children and adults, encouraging a deeper understanding …

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 – If Tomorrow Could Sing

by Rosemary Ryan Imregi Rosemary Ryan Imregi’s novel “If Tomorrow Could Sing” transports readers to the heart of Savannah, Georgia, during the tumultuous days of the American Civil War. Through the eyes of Sally Preston, a young Southern woman, we experience the daily challenges and emotional upheaval brought on by the impending arrival of General …