Month: October 2018

Author F.L Ruby: Spotlight

I read and reviewed author F.L. Ruby’s novel Sean Roberts in the summer of 2018.  I was so very impressed with his writing.  That is why he is one of my favorite authors and has earned a position on my Author Spotlight page!  Please see his interview and upcoming work below.     1.        What inspired you to write a book? I’ve wanted to write a novel for some time. I’ve always had good ideas for stories pop into my head but didn’t write them down. My inspiration grew after I had written my dissertation for my doctorate (Ed.D.) at...

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Virus. By: Norton Beckerman

Virus By:  Norton Beckerman Have you ever considered what could possibly be strong enough to destroy human civilization as we know it?  Perhaps nuclear war?  Famine? Disease and pestilence?  The possibilities are many, and not very pleasant to ponder.  When thinking about such a weighty topic it is unlikely that microscopic cells entered your mind.  Indeed, most individuals would probably have visions of a giant mushroom cloud in their head instead.  Be that as it may, cells are the building block of all living things and there are trillions of them which exist within every human body.  However, what if...

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Author C.P. Sheppard: Spotlight!

I read and reviewed author C.P. Sheppard’s novel Flint of Dreams in the summer of 2018.   I love everything about this author. His positive attitude, determination and of course…his amazing writing. That is why he is one of my favorite authors and has earned a position on my Author Spotlight page!  Please see his interview and upcoming work below.     1.  What inspired you to write a book?  Concerning ‘Flint of Dreams,’ I worked for the California Youth Authority in the 1990s, which housed young male criminal offenders, some of whom elected to attend Native American Indian services, as opposed...

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The Zoo:  An Allegorical Adventure By:  Stephen Black

The Zoo:  An Allegorical Adventure By:  Stephen Black What would it take to bring a vibrant and bustling Metropolis to its very knees?  The simple answer to this question is…not very much!  Any type of civilization takes a great deal of time and industry to create, but precious little effort to destroy.  Poor choices or a series of unfortunate events can lead to catastrophic consequences.  When you throw in the inherent fragility of the human psyche, it seems as though we have all the ingredients for the perfect storm.  If such concepts intrigue you, then The Zoo:  An Allegorical...

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Author M.J. LaBeff: Spotlight

I read and reviewed author M.J. Labeff’s novel Last Summer’s Evil back in May 2018.  I was so very impressed with her writing.  That is why she is one of my favorite authors and has earned a position on my Author Spotlight page!  Please see her interview and upcoming work below.  Thanks M.J!   1. What inspired you to write a book?    I’ve been a lifelong reader, and I think at a very young age that sparked my interest in writing. My mom is an avid reader, and she inspired my love of books. I was fortunate growing...

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