Adelaide Authors: Review of Redlined

Richard W. Wise’s Redlined: A Novel of Boston is a suspenseful, well-structured mystery thriller by a writer well-versed in the genre. I was surprised at how quickly I read it: I just had to keep turning to the next page to find out what happened next!  In the opening scene, a young woman, Sandy Morgan, … Continue reading Adelaide Authors: Review of Redlined

Adelaide Authors: Review of The Changing Tide

Lewis J. Beilman III’s short story collection, The Changing Tide, presents us with multifaceted, thought-provoking stories about life in these United States at this moment in time--yet with universal themes of race, class, sexuality, and making human connections that will continue to resonate. As I read each story, I particularly appreciated the quality of the … Continue reading Adelaide Authors: Review of The Changing Tide

Adelaide Authors: PIVOT

Debbie Richard is a fellow author published by Adelaide Books, New York. She graciously provided me with some photographs to personalize this review. My Review: Debbie Richard’s poetry collection PIVOT takes as its theme those human moments of recognition that come from connection to place, the passage of time, loss, regret, joy, and renewal--and in … Continue reading Adelaide Authors: PIVOT

Adelaide Authors: Angels of Stockholm

Angels of Stockholm is the debut short story collection of fellow Adelaide Books author Neil Desmond. I was initially drawn to it because Neil sets much of his fiction in Vermont, as do I. It's always fun to see how other writers represent the places that are so much a part of me. Here is … Continue reading Adelaide Authors: Angels of Stockholm