Review of Notes From a Very Small Island by Anthony Stancomb

  After the author sells his successful London art business, he and his wife Ivana (of Croatian decent) decide to make a drastic change by moving to the tiny Croatian island of Vis. They purchase a villa, and with the… Read more

Review of Strangers Have the Best Candy by Margaret Meps Schulte

Everyone has heard the warning about taking candy from strangers: Don’t do it. Strangers can be weird, devious and even downright dangerous. But is that true for all strangers? Of course not. After all, a person is only a stranger… Read more

Review of Kill Daddy by Gerald Freeman

Gerald Freeman has been running from an abusive childhood for most of his adult life. He’s finally at a point where he’s realized that self-medicating with assorted drugs and pushing away well-meaning friends has gotten him nowhere. It’s time for… Read more

Chaperones by Megan Karasch

Book Description: For Andrea Lieberman, life began at 26. Growing up with parents so protective they made a convent seem like a Sandal’s resort, she developed a catalog of phobias so large, even going into a church seemed risky business…. Read more

Six Seasons Down Under by Sharael Kolberg

Book Description: Six Seasons Down Under, written by Sharael Kolberg, is a story of two Americans who have their personal six seasons in Australia as newlyweds–seasons of emotions and geographic locations. Their time in Australia is spent getting to know… Read more