Review of Free by Lisa Litberg

Free is a Deadhead who follows the band on tour after she leaves home at the age of eighteen. Free isn’t her real name, but a name she chose for herself when she decided to change her life. Unfortunately, Free… Read more

Review of A Dead End by Keeley Bates

Kit Wilder is a twenty-three year old actress, recently given the axe from her highly popular detective drama series. She returns home to the Philadelphia area, where she grew up, buys a fixer-upper and enrolls in college. In the process… Read more

Review of Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll

Look out Amy Dunne and Rachel Watson, there’s a new crazy bitch in town and her name is Ani (pronounced, Ahnee, not Annie, thank you very much). There seems to be no shortage of broken, psycho and dysfunctional twenty-something crazies… Read more

Review of The Carlswick Affair by S. L. Beaumont

Stephanie Cooper is eighteen years old and a recent high school graduate. She decides to visit her father and grandmother in the country before starting her university studies. She never expects to become mixed up in art thievery with a… Read more

Review of Blue Karma by J. K. Ullrich

Water is the resource of life. Without water humans, plants and animals would perish. Water is crucial for survival and its absence can contribute to feelings of  anger, greed and depression. But what about extreme amounts of water? As many… Read more

Review of My Soul Immortal by Jen Printy

Jack has no ordinary life. At the ripe old age of one hundred and seventy, he’s once again forced to go on the run to prevent anyone from finding out his secret – he’s immortal. When he flees to Portland,… Read more

Review of The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski

This love story is about two grieving young souls who are tormented and disheartened by their own demons. The relationship between these two begins on a bus when Andrew, a young man of twenty five, takes a seat behind Cam,… Read more