The debut novel from a brand new talent. This is a terrifying horror story—only it isn’t. It’s a man’s life. The point is that what happened to this author could happen to any one of us on any ordinary day. One second you’re living your normal best life—the next, your world is turned upside down.… Continue reading Review of: The Journey I Don’t Remember by James Shover
Review of Wor Tomis the Polis by Tom Curry. This book took me down the road of nostalgia. The author is a North East lad, and I hail from the same part of the country. We begin with Tom’s early life and upbringing and I identified with every word of it. I was born at… Continue reading Review of Wor Tomis the Polis by Tom Curry.
The memoir of a family coping with the evils of two deadly diseases; cancer and drug addiction. Told through the journal entries of a mother and her two daughters, the narrative documents the efforts of mother Judi when she is diagnosed with cancer and is forced to come to terms with impending death while embarking… Continue reading Review of There Are Fairies At The Bottom Of Our Garden – Erin Evans – Staff review by Laura Lyndhurst