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  • Book Review: Asshole Yakuza Boyfriend

    In Nick Feldman’s novel Asshole Yakuza Boyfriend, private investigator Mina Davis is searching for a missing girl, Rose Scott, and she won’t let a bleeding-out Yakuza thug stop her from doing the job she was hired to do. This is how Mina meets Shiro, a Yakuza member who just happens to have been shot by the […]

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  • Book Review: “Little Moon” by Megan Padalecki

    Little Moon is Megan Padalecki’s second book, and it displays the same careful attention to illustrative and written detail that was displayed in her first effort, Big Mo.  The story follows the journey of a small squid (as big as your thumb!) as she travels through the depths of the ocean and navigates its myriad dangers […]

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  • Book Review: Greywycke by Roger Davis

    I am the type of person who prefers to see the best in everything, including my reading material. I can’t even remember the last time I read something I couldn’t find a single redeeming quality in – until I read Greywycke. The plot itself is compelling – an aristocratic young woman in Regency England is […]

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  • Book Review: The Devil’s Work by Mark Edwards

    Mark Edwards writes psychological thrillers – good ones.  The Devil’s Work is his most recent release, and he has once again hit it out of the park with his storytelling ability.  This novel will have you identifying a bunch of red herrings and heading down blind alleys in search of the truth of its plot […]

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  • You Can Find It on the Internet

    To say the Internet has provided creative individuals is, at the least, a gross understatement. What started as an ‘information superhighway’ in the 90s — websites more akin to islands in a vast electronic sea, has evolved into more of a multi-cultural city. Social media allows us to make and share things with both anyone […]

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