Book Review: The Light (Tales From a Revolution: New Jersey)

Tales From a Revolution: New Jersey  The Light by Lars D. H. Hedbor See below to get your free copy of The Declaration. Having established himself, with The Prize, as an able and talented author of historical fiction set in Revolutionary America, Lars D.H. Hedbor presents to us more of this era from the perspective …

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Image of the Week: Mariana

Image of the Week: Mariana by John Everett Millais Perhaps it was reading Christina Rossetti’s “Goblin Market” that drew me in, for it is so that many of the topics that interested me as a teenager were happened upon in connection to others I had read about. Rossetti’s brother Dante was a founding member of …

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Book Review: To Catch a Falling Star

To Catch a Falling Star by Anna Belfrage Lisl reviews and reminisces about The Graham Saga Winner of the B.R.A.G. Medallion As the eighth and final installment in Anna Belfrage’s The Graham Saga series, To Catch a Falling Star found me reluctant to read as well as hungry to devour it. I’d accidentally fallen in with …

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Book Review: Whither Thou Goest

Whither Thou Goest (Book VII in The Graham Saga) by Anna Belfrage Recipient of the B.R.A.G. Medallion People who populate today’s societies—ehem, us—have a tendency to believe our world is superior to that of the past: more conveniences, broader rights for women and minorities, better medicine. While these advantages have indeed developed, they come with …

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On My Retrieval of Apple Pie from Sweden (A Chat with Author Anna Belfrage)

A few weeks ago (or is it months?) I had a chance to visit with Anna Belfrage, award-winning author of The Graham Saga series (links to reviews below) as well as her newest, The King's Greatest Enemy, the first of which, In the Shadow of the Storm, I have reviewed and you can find here.) …

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Book Review: Gang Warfare: As War Clouds Tower Sweets Turn Sour

Gang Warfare: As War Clouds Tower Sweets Turn Sour (Book II of the Gang series) by Peter St. John See the trailer for the newest Gang novel here or below! The Blitz over London, one of the most infamous events of World War II, inspired countless works of music, art, film and literature, fiction and non-fiction, …

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Book Review: How to Destroy the New Girl’s Killer Robot Army

Slug Pie Story #3: How to Destroy the New Girl’s Killer Robot Army by Mick Bogerman A B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree How to Destroy the New Girl’s Killer Robot Army is Mick Bogerman’s deceptively slim third volume (151 pages) in the Slug Pie Story series. If upon reading the title you think it sounds fun, you’d …

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Book Review: Far from the Spaceports (with Giveaway)

Author Richard Abbott is generously gifting a FREE COPY (Kindle or e-pub) of Far from the Spaceports for one lucky winner! Read the review and comment below or here to get you name in the draw! Update: The draw has been completed and we have a winner. Congratulations to Nataliya, and thank you so much …

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