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Review: Jane Davis’s An Unchoreographed Life

An Unchoreographed Life

When I picked up a copy of the latest book from award winning author Jane Davis I really didn’t know …

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Review: Vicki Case’s Forever Love

Forever Vicki Case

Forever Love by Vicki Case is the fourth of her poetry collections written for Eros, the man she loved and …

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Review – Gary Sheard’s Awful Management

Awful Management

Awful Management chronicles the business experiences of Gary Sheard from junior pea picker to the chairman of a plc. Along …

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Review – Kneel Downe’s SPORADIC

SPORADIC

I first came across the work of Kneel Downe when upon a friend’s recommendation I purchased Amelia’s Song, a fairy …

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Review: Patrick Andendall’s Stupid Party: Math Versus Myth

Stupidparty

To date, I’ve only reviewed fiction, so it was a refreshing change to review something of an altogether different bent. …

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Review – R.J. Brousseau’s Battle For Honor: Gates

Battle For Honor Gates

Three thousand years ago, Agora was brought to the brink of annihilation by the Third Great War. Since then, all …

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Review – B.L. Blair’s Notice Me

Notice Me Cover

Notice Me from B.L. Blair , is a relatively short romantic story about patience and the desire to do anything …

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Review – T.A. Uner’s Doctor Mars

Doctor Mars

Doctor Mars is a short science-fiction story written by T.A. Uner. Set – as one might have guessed – on …

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Review: Carrie Lane’s Before Cate (Cat Haus)

Before Cate

Book contains scenes of a sexual nature Two years after a great tragedy in his life, John Hamilton thinks he …

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Review: DC Mahoney’s Ageless Spy

In 1939 Carl Coles, a mid twenties merchant seaman, happens across a young waitress in Nova Scotia whilst he docked …

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Review: Mark Gray’s Deny

Deny

Meet Cassie Isabel Moore – three names are important she has been told. She’s 17, doesn’t care about anyone or …

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Review: Robert Geoffrey’s A Letter To My Son

A LETTER TO MY SON

As someone who has experienced an awful amount of loss in my life, I am now quite hardened to the …

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Review – Drew Bankston’s Lines of Force

Lines Of Force Front Cover

Travelling back in time and changing history is not a new concept. It is a well travelled road for science …

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Review – Leandra Martin’s Dark One Rising

Dark One Rising

When you review for a successful site like The Self Publisher’s Showcase which has so many fantastic authors and titles, …

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Review – Anne Riley’s Elusive Little Sucker: My Entirely Too Long and Totally Circuitous Search for Happiness

ELS

Here we have a short but funny, insightful, trenchant memoir type anecdotally oriented travelogue-ish book that masquerades as a guide …

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Review – Ava Morgan’s Uprooted

Uprooted

Ava Morgan’s “Uprooted” is a tale of fantasy and teenage love, not something I would usually reach for. However, I …

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Review – A.J. Walters’ A Constant Attraction

A Constant Attraction

The second book in the Attraction series serves us a strong sequel to ‘An Acute Attraction’. After finishing up the …

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Review – James Calbraith’s The Chrysanthemum Seal

The Chrysanthemum Seal

The Chrysanthemum Seal by James Calbraith is the fifth in the Year of the Dragon series. Set in a world …

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Review – Carla J. Hanna’s Starlet’s Web

Starlets Web

Starlet’s Web is the first in a series of coming-of-age books by Carla J Hanna, about the life of Liana …

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Review – Mitch Davies’s The Inn of Fallen Leaves

The Inn Of Fallen Leaves

There are some times in a reviewer’s life when terrible flashbacks occur and this one of those occasions. I never …

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