Coming Soon: Book Review – The Silence of Knowing

From Amazon: 1952 - a small Kentish village seemingly little affected by the war years. 11-year-old Josie, dumb from birth and who communicates through her writing, is on the verge of puberty and life in the wider world. It is a time of childhood innocence. She and her twin brother, Mitch, are thrilled when an... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: Big Mistake – And Big Decisions

"Before he could stop himself, the wish that she had wanted to see him, and not just for sex, slipped out. Silently, he shook his head. He had no right to need that. He already had their forbidden months together. Imagining that her feelings for him might be as strong as what he felt for... Continue Reading →

Coming Soon: Book Review – Intricate Deceptions

From Amazon: Waking up in a desolate cell, Gaia realizes she has been kidnapped by a human trafficking organization, doomed to be sold to the highest bidder and unable to remember anything before her capture. An opportune rescue by Raoul, the Prince of Kayamato, saves her from a gruesome future, and throws her into a... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Anarchist Thing to Do – From Hippies to Punk Rock

Within our family, Horton and Kaye’s dramatic past history assumed that same position of archetypal significance that creation myths held for the distant tribal peoples that lived within the world they made. It gave our lives meaning; it provided the explanation for everything that mattered, whether personal or political. The story was endlessly repeated to... Continue Reading →

Coming Soon: Book Review – Literature®

From the Press Release: Billy is a bookworm himself, and that's a problem – in his world, fiction is banned. Reading it is illegal. Disseminating it is terrorism. Why? Because people need to get to work. The new Cognition® drives require fuel. Fiction is that fuel so it must be controlled. There are book burnings,... Continue Reading →

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