Review of The Invoice by Jonas Karlsson

This is the story of a nameless main character who at first glance seems to be living an unproductive, aimless and boring life. He works part-time at a local video store, rents a modest apartment, has only one close friend… Read more

Review of Charlotte’s Restrained by Celia Kennedy

Charlotte is an attractive twenty-something, with a promising career and several glamorous, wealthy friends of various nationalities. She’s had a crush on Hollywood heartthrob, Des Bannerman, for some time before a “chance” encounter at a French casino brings the two… Read more

Review of The Tragedy of Fidel Castro by Joao Cerqueira

The author prefaces The Tragedy of Fidel Castro with a disclaimer stating that, “All characters and organizations mentioned are entirely fictional.” Yet, from there we follow the story of JFK, Fidel Castro, Fatima, Christ and God Himself. Although the author… Read more

Interview With Kevin Brennan Author of Yesterday Road

Today’s interview is courtesy of Kevin Brennan, author of Parts Unknown, Our Children Are Not Our Children, and most recently, Yesterday Road. In your own words, please tell us about your latest book: My most recent book, Yesterday Road, is… Read more

Review of The Fixer Upper by Mary Kay Andrews

The Fixer Upper is a delightful, contemporary tale filled with quirky characters, outrageous behavior and oodles of witty dialogue. Dempsey Killebrew is a young woman who is fresh out of college and eager to start her new job as a junior lobbyist in DC. While… Read more