Please meet a wonderful Middle-Grade book that's an exciting, classic adventure story, and a real page-turner that readers from 5 to 95 will enjoy. I love it, because the story promotes good values such as girl power, integrity, loyalty, doing the right thing, perseverance and ingenuity, forests, nature, and fun. I am surprised how many... Continue Reading →
Spellblade by Ezekiel Eversand- A Spell-binding #Fantasy to Rival Tolkien and Erikson
Spellblade, Book Two follows all new characters in the territories of Az’Dayne and Goldgarden, in a parallel story happening simultaneously to the characters of Kingfall, Book One. Prepare for the actions of one character to greatly affect the fate of another halfway across the realm. The youngest daughter of Khomo’Jhuvonus, aliased as Scarless, has forgone... Continue Reading →
Upon the Arrival of Dawn – An #Interview with #Author Joseph A. Schiller
A darkness grows, threatening the delicate fabric of the Universe. An ominous cloud spreads, bringing an increasing imbalance across the Cosmos. Essences bent on wickedness and ultimate destruction is violently stripping the Energy of Life from innocent terrestrial creatures, bringing Existence to the very brink of collapse.
The Final Days of Doggerland by Mike Meier – A #CharacterInterview and #BookTeaser
We made it our mission to protect the people here by keeping watch over the surrounding forest. With our acute sense of hearing and discerning eyes, we never missed anything. No matter how distant the storm or how quiet the whisper, we noticed.
The Development of #CharacterDevelopment- Insights from #Author Ezekiel Eversand
I believe there are at least 7 major elements that come into the process of creating the characters for your story, and that there indeed is a sequence in which to prioritize first to ensure you forge better streamlined, more believable, and thoroughly interesting characters.
#Adventure in Zanskar: Insights into A Journey to Reach Physical and Metaphysical Heights by #Author Amy Edelstein
In 1983 Amy journeyed to the Himalayas, Zanskar, India. Traveling alone, she crossed 16,000ft mountains, slept in caves, met Buddhist masters, and discovered a rare harmonious culture. Adventure in Zanskar is an inner quest, a daring mountain adventure, a story of women’s empowerment, and, ultimately, the experience that human beings can indeed live harmoniously and... Continue Reading →
Mrs. Varma- A View into a Culturally Arranged Marriage- #BookReview
A Note from the Author: My book narrates the life of Julia, beloved wife of Sachin, who experiences the ups and downs of marriage and the challenges that come along with interacting with new friends and relatives too in India. She can acclimatize to different environments. Her time in India being an example where she... Continue Reading →
Inspiration or Insomnia? – An Insight into The Agent Orange Trilogy
Perhaps like most people who love to read, many times I have thought, “Gee, I’d like to write a novel.” But where would I find the time? I had heard of people who wrote their first novel in the middle of the night because that was the only free time they had. Well, I thought,... Continue Reading →
Times Relative – A Cozy #TimeTravel #Mystery on #Sale in Time for #Christmas
. It’s the fall of 1998, and librarian Samantha Stewart is looking for a new job. After seeing an ad for a high-paying position at a company called Virtual Software that entails research and travel, Sam investigates the company and learns that its president has gone missing, and that it’s currently being run by the... Continue Reading →
Anatomy of the Spirit- A Superb #Psychology and #Spirituality #Book Reviewed
. A fascinating and compelling examination of the physical and spiritual body, Anatomy of the Spirit gives an in depth look at the relationship between the power of positive thought and manifestations of the physical body.I found the comparisons between religions both intriguing and inspiring, as it showed how similar most philosophies truly are and... Continue Reading →