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Interview with Kevin G. Chapman, Author of Deadly Enterprise


Today’s interview is with Kevin Chapman, author of Deadly Enterprise.

Please enjoy.


-Vincent Lowry


1) What is your author name and in what state do you live (or country if not in the US)? 1,823 more words

Will save the Galaxy for Food

A novel by Yahtzee Croshaw narrated by Yahtzee Croshaw

A comical look at a future world where star captains are no longer needed due to the invention of teleportation this is the story of tour guide who is hard up for cash so undertakes an under the table deal to impersonate a star captain. 36 more words

Book Review

My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She's Sorry, by Fredrik Backman

I love Fredrik Backman’s work because it is so honest and so compassionate. This book, as well as his best-seller A Man Called Ove, made me VERY emotional but in the best sort of way. 274 more words

Book Reviews


Novel by Ernest Cline

A massive disappointment after the smash hit that is Ready Player One. This reads like a predictable and frankly very boring sci fi novel. 46 more words

Book Review

Survival Quest book 1: Way of the Shaman

A novel by Vasily Mahanenko narrated by Jonathan Yen

In order to introduce this series you have to understand what LITRPG is; this is the idea of a book being based within a virtual world. 79 more words

Book Review

The Last American Man by Elizabeth Gilbert

Rating: 5/5

It’s hard to believe that anyone in the US understands how to live off the land anymore. As participants in society, we accept our extremely specialized roles where we go to work, make money, spend money on things we like, and repeat. 368 more words


The Haunting of Hill House didn’t make me jump!

It’s November which means I just finished my second to last Shirley Jackson novel of the year, albeit I’ve read this one countless times. 465 more words