In Conversation with the Author of 3 American Cranks #Interview

I enjoyed reading 3 American Cranks – A Satire in Three Voices by R.L.Feliciello so much that I grabbed the opportunity of getting its author to answer a few questions about the book. How did Mr. Feliciello agree to an interview, you ask? Well, it’s a long story, but it’s my duty to update my loyal readers with all the facts. While reading 3 American Cranks, I got this vibe that the character of D.C.Washington is a bit racist. Of course, I may be wrong, but this is honestly how I felt at the time of reading the book. I mentioned … Continue reading In Conversation with the Author of 3 American Cranks #Interview

#BookReview – Silent Grace by Gerri LeClerc

Silent Grace by Gerri LeClerc is an emotional ride that involves two sisters, Beth and Patricia, and Grace. Patricia has a history of drug addiction, but she is trying to get rid of this habit for the sake of her only daughter, Grace. Even with the help of her older sister, Patricia is finding it hard to stay on course. Due to an ailment, Grace lost her ability to hear, which affected her confidence to speak as well. She loves her mom more than anybody else in the whole world. Despite all these troubles, things seemed to be alright from the … Continue reading #BookReview – Silent Grace by Gerri LeClerc

#BookReview: I Only Wanted to Be a Dad by Steve Petrou

Reviewed by me for Readers’ Favorite Men Suffer Too, I Only Wanted to Be a Dad by Steve Petrou is a mirror into the head and heart of a man who is having trouble becoming a dad. Although men might disagree, they are very complicated creatures. They keep their emotions to themselves, which makes their partners wonder what’s going on their heads. However, breaking the complicated boundaries, Steve opens up in this book about the hardest time of his life. It all started when his wife, Vaso, (whom he lovingly calls Vas) expressed her desire to be a mom. It seems … Continue reading #BookReview: I Only Wanted to Be a Dad by Steve Petrou

#BookReview – Chasing What’s Already Gone by Michael Ross

When your heart says the person you just met is the love of your life, but you are already married to someone, do you give your “love of life” a chance or shrug him/her off as a mere infatuation? Daniel Pearson, in Chasing What’s Already Gone by Michael Ross, faced this exact same dilemma when he noticed an incredibly beautiful girl while he was out shopping (or — more aptly — tolerating) with his wife, Jane. His marriage with Jane has been undergoing a rocky period since a long time and they both seemed to be suffering each other’s presence … Continue reading #BookReview – Chasing What’s Already Gone by Michael Ross

#BookReview – The War of the First Day by Thomas Fleet

If you grew up watching Bewitched and dreamt of meeting a beautiful witch then after reading The War of the First Day, all your fantasies would come crashing down. In this book by Thomas Fleet, lies bare not only the beauty but also the ugliness of witches. Lilta, the protagonist, is the apprentice of a very powerful and dangerous witch, Apandra. Whatever Apandra commands, Lilta follows out of respect and fear. Her orders are not subtle like bring me a glass of water or wipe the floors so clean that she can see her reflection in it; these are life-threatening ones like kill … Continue reading #BookReview – The War of the First Day by Thomas Fleet

Book Review: 3 American Cranks – A Satire in Three Voices by R.L.Feliciello

Will the satire lovers please stand up? Now that you’ve stood up, you should run to the stores (or simply access your kindle accounts) to grab 3 American Cranks – A Satire in Three Voices by R.L.Feliciello. The book is bathed in the satirical humor throughout the read. As the title suggests, there are three voices that have contributed to the content of this book. The first voice is of D.C. Washington, who is mocking the “muddled” class among other things. The second voice is a man, who is eager to have his first sexual experience with a woman. The third … Continue reading Book Review: 3 American Cranks – A Satire in Three Voices by R.L.Feliciello

Book Review: Making Arrangements by Ferris Robinson

Life is as uncertain as the mood swings of a cat (that’s the best comparison I could think of) and this fact is the very foundation of Making Arrangements by Ferris Robinson. Lang has been preparing for her death since the day her doctor informed her that she has no more than a year to live. She has started writing letters to her husband, Jack, for every occasion such as his birthday, Christmas, etc. Little does she know that Jack, who never had any health problems, would die before her. She is not ready for this calamity, but when is anybody … Continue reading Book Review: Making Arrangements by Ferris Robinson

Book Review: Chasing Diana – Perception Vs. Reality: Inspired by Our True Story by James and Robin Firestone

Late Princess Diana requires no introduction. She was a legend who was loved by one and all. In the hindsight, was she really loved by all? If yes, then — based on the facts presented in the book, why were there many red flags in the investigation of her “accident?”  Chasing Diana – Perception Vs. Reality: Inspired by Our True Story by James and Robin Firestone is a screenplay version of the accident, which killed Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed, that James and Robin Firestone witnessed. The screenplay is not an exact replica of the incidents that took place. The … Continue reading Book Review: Chasing Diana – Perception Vs. Reality: Inspired by Our True Story by James and Robin Firestone

Book Review: Escape (Tip of the Spear Book One) by Belle Ami

Escape (Tip of the Spear Book One) by Belle Ami is a combination of romance and action. As the book includes a vivid description of sexual scenes and sensual desires, it is definitely a book for adults. Layla Rose Wallace is excited about her trip to Dubai with her boyfriend. Her father, Doctor Alec Wallace, is a renowned nuclear physicist. When she informs him about her plans to visit Dubai, he does not share her enthusiasm. He is not thrilled about the idea that her boyfriend is a Saudi. If he could put his (Layla’s bf) nationality aside for a … Continue reading Book Review: Escape (Tip of the Spear Book One) by Belle Ami

The Cure for Cacophony: Another Cacophony #FridayReflections

There is a wide range of cacophony in each individual’s head. Some special ones have many cacophonies running simultaneously. I belong to this special category most of the days. However, when the record in my head is stuck on one particular track of noise, I have discovered that another track of wonderings helps me. But does that really help me or simply takes away my chance to live in the moment? You must be thinking,”What is she babbling about?” If you had written this post and I was reading it, I would have thought the same. So, allow me to … Continue reading The Cure for Cacophony: Another Cacophony #FridayReflections