Elusion

Elusion – Addicted to Escape

Just when you thought technology couldn't get any more complicated, you're now drawn into the mind-blowing mindscape of Elusion, by Claudia Gable and Cheryl...
The Chimera Sanction

‘The Chimera Sanction’ – A Case of Mystery or Design

The Chimera Sanction, by Andre K. Baby, is a wild, haphazard ride through papal politics and international intrigue. Central to the story is, of...
Books

Best Classics – Free Books

If you're looking to learn about life, the universe and everything, the best place to start is by reading books from around the world...
The Monster at the End of This Book

What Last Lines Are These? Final Words in Favorite Novels (& Stories)

When a book ends (particularly when I love the novel), it feels something like a death. There's a finality to the final words, even...
Inventions of Wings

Must Reads If You Like ‘The Invention of Wings’ – Sue Monk Kidd

The Invention of Wings, by Sue Monk Kidd was first published by Penguin Viking in January 2014. It was immediately included as a featured selection...
Catcher in the Rye

Why Is ‘The Catcher In The Rye’ Important? 7 Ways

To some readers--both past and present--The Catcher in the Rye is a mish-mash of unacceptable and irrelevant moments from a young kid who doesn't...

‘We Are Called To Rise’ – A Story

Laura McBride's book, We Are Called to Rise, places us in the midst of a modern-day war story (Iraq). It's a journey to discovery, a...

Tilting At Windmills? What Does It Mean?

You've heard the phrase "tilting at windmills" and you probably wonder what it means, or where such a phrase even originated? After all, you...
Gatsby

Jazz-Age Gatsby – 7 Reasons We Love Him!

Even if you detest The Great Gatsby, it's probably fair to say that many of us were at least a little intrigued by the...

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