Self-Published | December 21, 2018 | PDF | 38 When was the last time you read a manuscript that caused you to have head spinning as a result of the poor editing? How frustrated were you? How did you deal with that? Did you push through in reading that poor manuscript? or you stopped reading … Continue reading Fireside Chat With a Grammar Nazi Seriel Killer by Ryan Suvaal.
Self-published | ARC (2019) | epub | 675 Pages Science and supernatural blend together? When was the last time you heard about a scientist who believes in supernatural things? I never heard that if you ask me. Indeed there are few who believe but they won't openly affirm that in fear it will tarnish their … Continue reading Haze: The Devil of Dublin by Haze O’ Hagan.
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform | 2018 | |ebook(epub) | 252 Pages This book is a memoir of the author herself about the life of her family before she was born, when she was born, her experience growing up as a broken girl and a battered woman and ultimately to a be the woman that she … Continue reading Dark Chains by LaTasha “Tacha B.” Braxton.
Asa Bay Publishing | 2017 | e-book | 105 Pages This book is a collection of aphorisms about life in general: the existence of human, love, friendship, politics, history, science, even about what is aphorism itself etc...which you will find more when you read this book. I like how the author wrote about 'what is … Continue reading Sending Aliens a Message of Peace is to Give Them The Wrong Idea of Human Nature by Ivan O. Godfroid.
Self-Published | 2017 | e-book | 134 Pages First thing first, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year guys! How's your Christmas? I hope each of you who are reading this had an awesome Christmas with your loved ones. Everyone has different expectation(s) for their Christmas season; so are the characters in this book! This book … Continue reading Home for Christmas: A Collection of Sweet Shots by Daphne James Huff, Kayla Tirrell, M.F. Lorson.
Self-Published | July 26, 2018 | e-book | 113 Pages Have you ever experienced where things slowly to unfold to make your vision to come to life? Maggie Rayton is a freelance programmer who has the vision to create a game that has something to do with the uncontacted tribe. Things get more exciting when … Continue reading The Source Code (Book 1: The Inhabitants of the Uninhabited Island) by Ekat Rin.
Xulon Press | 2016 | Paperback | 41 Pages When life tripped you down, would you rise like a persistent wrestler or you give up because the pain has overshadowed your will to fight? It's easy to answer this question when you haven't faced a problem where there is nothing you can do about it … Continue reading Charged, Challenged, and Changed by Kenny Marshburn.