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Not Forgotten by Gregory Hall

Gregory Hall’s father served as a paratrooper in the U. S. Army Airborne division that liberated the Japanese Internment Camp at Los Banos in the Philippines where more than 2,000 American, Australian, and British civilians were being held. 404 more words


Review: Twilight (Paperback)

Yes, I’ve read it…

Another set text from my creative writing and English literature course, Twilight was the one entry in my reading list I was truly dreading, but also looking forward to dissecting. 915 more words


The Wolf and the Dove

A silhouette romance, The Wolf and the Dove, written by Linda Turner was close to being my favorite and keep sake. The author kept me glued to the story as you reach the climax with all these emotions. 156 more words


It's just an illusion

Illusional Reality is a New-adult romantic fantasy.

Now my fans are wondering why I’ve written a romantic fantasy. It’s no secret that I write in most genres, but I’m known for my hard-hitting Outlaw MC thrillers. 466 more words


Graphic Novel Review: Persepolis 2: The Story of a Return by Marjane Satrapi

Title: Persepolis 2: The Story of a Return
Author: Marjane Satrapi
Translator: Anjali Singh
Publisher: Pantheon
Length: 192 Pages, Paperback
Genre: Autobiography, Graphic Novel
Rating: 374 more words


The Father Omega Sextet

A monumental volume of aphoristic philosophy in six books by John O’Loughlin of Centretruths, UK, whose title can be previewed at CreateSpace.com prior to order in paperback.


New Release: The Crooked Staff, by Jared Campbell

The Crooked Staff, by Jared Campbell, is now available in paperback and on Amazon Kindle for pre-order!

The Crooked Staff is the first in Campbell’s new series, “The Chronicles of Will,” a Christian fiction adventure series based in the future. 126 more words

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