Review – Mom’s ABCs: Did you know that moms have their own ABCs

by Patricia Viacava “Mom’s ABCs: Did you know that moms have their own ABCs?” is a heartwarming journey through the alphabet, crafted with love by Patricia Viacava. Each letter is a gateway into the virtues and daily wonders that mothers bring to their children’s lives, from ‘A for Appreciation’ to ‘Z for Zoom.’ This book …

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 – Beyond Now

by Jonah Fontenot “Beyond Now” by Jonah Fontenot is a profound and moving collection that delves into the complexities of human emotions, relationships, and the quest for understanding and connection. Fontenot’s work is a tapestry of life’s moments, both grand and subtle, woven with the threads of love, loss, sacrifice, and resilience. At its core, …

Review – Hollywood v. Beauty and the Synchronicity of the Six

by Kirk Henderson In “Hollywood v. Beauty and the Synchronicity of the Six,” author Kirk Henderson investigates the lives and careers of six iconic actresses: Louise Brooks, Jean Harlow, Hedy Lamarr, Barbara Payton, Jean Seberg, and Sondra Locke. Despite their lack of personal interaction, Henderson uncovers a complex web of similarities, mirrored occurrences, and shared challenges that …

Review – Behaving Wisely: One Man’s Journey From Betrayal to Blessing

by Brian Edward Johnson Through the lens of his own experiences, Johnson inspires readers with his deeply personal memoir, Behaving Wisely: One Man’s Journey From Betrayal to Blessing. The story is about Brian, a father of three, who lives life after a painful divorce and ultimately finds a new beginning in love and marriage. It …

Review – A Tall Dark Sin

by M. Anthony Phillips “A Tall Dark Sin” by M. Anthony Phillips is a riveting narrative set against the vibrant and tumultuous backdrop of 1950s New Orleans. This novel entices readers with a complex web of secrets, societal tensions, and the relentless pursuit of justice and personal identity. At the heart of the story is …

Review – Wonderful Is Your Name

by Tracy L. Johnson “Wonderful Is Your Name” is a profound exploration of faith, time, and the omnipresence of God in the everyday lives of believers. Through poignant quotes, personal reflections, and biblical teachings, the author guides readers on a spiritual journey aimed at understanding the majesty and compassion of God. At its core, the …

Review – The Abominable Doctor Hill

by Bryan D. Misuraca The Abominable Doctor Hill, written by Bryan D. Misuraca, is a riveting story that combines mystery, action, and psychological intrigue. At its center, this novel is a tale of redemption, manipulation, and the blurred lines between good and evil. The story begins with the perplexing and brilliant Jonas Hill, a former …

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 – Healed in His Bosom

by Matt Peck Lanier Chadwick “Healed in His Bosom” is an intimate journey through the life of Matt Peck Lanier Chadwick, a man who has traversed profound valleys of personal hardship and ascended the peaks of spiritual enlightenment. This memoir unfolds the fabric of a life deeply interwoven with trials, redemption, and an unwavering faith …