In today’s New Hampshire Sunday News, I review a self-published book and explain why I don’t review more.
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Time and Again is the first book in Deborah Heal’s History Mystery series. The basic premise of the book is a teen and her college age summer tutor can experience the lives and thoughts of people from the past via a computer program called Beautiful House. 441 more words
The New Fire by Ada Robinson is a historical novel about a history that never happened set in a place that does not exist. But it reads as though rooted in a real place and time. 405 more words
The Plot: Computer programmer Joe Norton juggles a series of awkward relationships with women while working for a tech company that’s facing a merger. As if this isn’t bad enough, he experiences strange and disturbing hallucinations and nightmares, in some of which he is offered a rifle for an unknown purpose. 639 more words
Time travel. Second chances. A lost love and a new love. These are the compelling elements of The White Limousine, a science fiction romance by Victoria author John Paterson. 344 more words
Glen Lorenzana is the author of Angels of War: And the Last Priest; here is a link to his Amazon page: