Guest Post – The Last Drive by John W. Howell #newbook

Liz: I am delighted to welcome John Howell today to talk about his latest release, The Last Drive. I've been following John's blog for several years now, and I always look forward to the humor in his posts. John: I am so pleased to be with you today, Liz. Thank you for helping spread the … Continue reading Guest Post – The Last Drive by John W. Howell #newbook

#bookreview: Realms of the Mist by Jude Itakali

My Review I must say up front that I ventured out of my reading comfort zone when I accepted a review copy of Realms of the Mist from the author and agreed to provide an honest review. I have read very little fantasy except for a handful of short stories, so I am unfamiliar with … Continue reading #bookreview: Realms of the Mist by Jude Itakali

#bookreview: Village Teacher

My Review Village Teacher is a historical novel by Neihtn (Nguyen Trong Hien) set in Vietnam during French occupation at the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th. The novel opens with the protagonist, a teacher/scholar named Tam, leaving the building where he has just taken a national examination that will determine … Continue reading #bookreview: Village Teacher

#Bookreview: The Attendant

My Review Tony Powers’ psychological thriller The Attendant opens by introducing two New York City residents who could not be more different from each other: wealthy, privileged financier Richard Alleroy and damaged Gulf War veteran Emanuel Graves. The initial set-up of the book was a bit labored for me, with more description than was needed … Continue reading #Bookreview: The Attendant