Book Review- Young, Dumb, and Naive (The Walker Diaries Book 1) By Alicia Caldwell Henderson

Blurb: Azerica Christian is a 14-year-old girl who is determined to redefine her life. She’s finally broken free from dry, private Christian schools and now she is a cheerleader at her new public high school. She has new friends, older friends. And their intent is to introduce Azerica to a whole new world of freedoms,…

Book Review: A Season Of Love; compiled and Edited by Shilpi Chauhan Sinha{Aditri}

Available on : Amazon Kindle and paperback throughhttps://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLScXVNzLhZMozhidL0…/viewform Pages 170 Synopsis : This is an anthology of six stories by six different women writers. Each story is as unique as writer itself. You will find yourself experiencing different emotions through different stories. Although the writers are different, the emotion is the same. Full of love…

Book Review: Beyond What Meets The Eye by Sameera Kotta

Blurb: Young Majnu, unable to put up with harsh conditions at his orphanage, runs away at the age of ten. He enjoys his free, untamed life, until he’s slammed in the face with adversity again.  With a helping hand from lady luck, Majnu paves his way to becoming a doctor against all odds, like he…

Book Review: The Proposition by D.D. Poey

Blurb: In a world where men are known not for their words but for their deeds, Wayra is trying to step beyond the long shadows of his past. Labeled a deserter and hunted like a dog, he has made his home in the most remote corners of the land. And now, after years on the…

Book Review: The Lone Wolf at Cover by John Michell

Blurb The Lone Wolf at Cover is a book for readers interested in espionage, international relations, and the many facets of human interaction. At its basic, the novel is a dark story of human frailty, one offering a fresh slant on the popular Cold War spy fiction genre. Its main character, Joe Lambert, is a…