#BookReview of Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly

Lilac Girls is the retelling of the group of female Polish WWII concentration camp detainees, known as the “Rabbits”, who are forced to undergo horrific medical experiments at the hands of the Nazis. Through three separate narratives, Caroline, Herta and… Read more

How To Write a Book Review by Susan Barton

  Judging by the amount of books that are published and sold every year, reading is still a valued pastime. Most often, the reason readers take the time to review a book is because we have some definite opinions about… Read more

What are Beta Readers and Do You Need One?

If you’re an Indie author, you’ve probably had many moments where you began doubting your writing abilities. Going it alone means doing it with absolutely no guidance, advice, and some of those other perks trad authors might be fortunate enough… Read more

Why Indie Book Marketing is So Darn Difficult

Authors often struggle with book marketing. After all, they’re writers, not promoters. It’s not easy to blatantly sing the praises of our own work. It can be downright uncomfortable. If you’ve uploaded and published your book on Amazon, yet sales… Read more

Book Review of Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Ifemelu and Obinze love each other deeply, but life in military-ruled Nigeria is difficult. When Ifemelu has the opportunity to go to America, she’s reluctant, but Obinze insists she go. The two lovers maintain a long-distance romance until Ifemelu, in… Read more

Doctor Kangaroo by Gerald Hawksley- A Silly Rhyming Tale for Kids!

Just as the description says, this cute and silly rhyming book tells the tale of Doctor Kangaroo and his sick patients. This is a great read aloud story for parents, grandparents and caregivers to share with little ones. The illustrations… Read more

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Book Review of Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

Since I’m a little late to the Little Fires party, I wondered what I could possibly say about this book that hasn’t already been said. Yet, I still felt compelled to give my opinion anyway. For those who are unfamiliar… Read more

One Writer’s Flights of Fancy (scenes from my daydreams) by Author Robert Germaux

Today we present three short vignettes, written from the quirky mind of author Robert Germaux. As a multi-genre author and retired English teacher, Germaux recently showcased his sense of humor in his essay collection Grammar Sex and Other Stuff. Readers… Read more

Author Robert Germaux Releases New Detective Novel, In the Eye

Multi-genre author, Robert Germaux, has issued the second installment of his Jeremy Barnes detective series. “In the Eye” is the follow-up to Germaux’s 2016 novel “Hard Court”.   In the Eye centers around the gripping, fast-paced case of missing woman,… Read more