Interview with Amber Tran Author of Moon River

When did you first decide to write Moon River? I have always wanted to write about my childhood growing up in West Virginia. Moon River started as a memoir of my summers in West Virginia, but when I finished the… Read more

Review of Light Remains by A. C. Fuller

Light Remains is a very brief book (73 pages), containing three short stories: Can You Hear Me Now? Celebrity-Prayers.Net The Last Day on Earth of Zelta Jones, Starwoman I found each of these stories to be incredibly unique, well written… Read more

Review of Brief Encounters with Solitary Souls by Evy Journey

Brief Encounters with Solitary Souls is a short story compilation of five open-ended stories. these include: At A Paris Café The Gypsy The Sum of a Young Life A Few Fast Heartbeats Fragrant Green Mangoes I wasn’t sure what to… Read more

Review of The Clancys of Queens by Tara Clancy

Writer and storyteller, Tara Clancy writes about her life growing up in Queens during the late 1980s. As a child of divorced parents, she was raised in three separate and very different home environments, yet seems to have adjusted to… Read more

Review of Crossing the Border by Ksenia Rychtycka

  Crossing the Border is a collection of nine short stories, mostly centering on the lives of Ukrainian characters. Each story comes across as quite personal and heartfelt, and I found the author’s words to be poignant and full of emotion…. Read more

Review of Chet: From Out of Nowhere by Larry Murray

Charles Tucker is a hardworking young man with a loving wife and an adoring little boy. Earning a living as a dairy farmer is notoriously difficult in any economy. When Charles needs a new truck to keep the family business… Read more

An A-Hole Gets In Shape by Andy Ostrom

Amazon Book Description: “A-Hole. That’s right, I said A-Hole. Don’t let the title scare you. Any word that you might hear on a primetime sit-com can’t really be a “bad” word, now can it? A-Hole sounds offensive, but really it’s… Read more

Leap Year at the Coffee Shop by Michael L. Eads

Book Description: After he called his mother on a cold, blustery Sunday morning, Mitch Lucas could sense something wrong. Her weak, frail voice telling him not to visit because she was sick seemed different. This quirk of fate is what… Read more