October 11, 2022

The Maenad’s God

Karen Michalson’s first fiction release since her Enemy Glory trilogy is a genre-blending narrative that combines rock n’ roll and mythology with magic realism and crime fiction to create a highly palatable story with a distinctly unique flavor.

Set in 1992, the story revolves around Peter Morrow, a jaded Boston-based FBI agent who is sent […]


June 9, 2022

Pandemonium: Live to All Devices

Pandemonium is the second book Bill Harvey has written for his Agents of Cosmic Intelligence saga. Planned to come 13th in the finished series, it’s a science fiction spy thriller with deep metaphysical undertones where the future of humankind is at stake.

Set in the near future, Earth is on the verge of a third […]


May 6, 2019

No Fences in Alaska

Ruin, redemption, love and forgiveness are themes that weave themselves beautifully together in Glen Sobey’s young adult novel, No Fences in Alaska.

The book centers on the lives and trials of the Lyons family, particularly Harper Lyons. Harper is the 16-year-old wild child of extremely strict parents; her father, Greg, is headmaster of a conservative […]


November 5, 2018

The Worst First Day: Bullied While Desegregating Central High

On September 4, 1957, Elizabeth Eckford, a lone African American girl, braved an angry mob and the Arkansas National Guard while attempting to enter Little Rock Central High School. The Worst First Day, by Eckford, Dr. Eurydice Stanley and Grace Stanley, is the story of how Eckford and eight other courageous African American students, in […]


June 13, 2018

Mary Poser: Butterflies and White Lies as Bollywood Comes to Nashville

In this romantic novel, title character Mary Poser knows exactly who she is and where she’s going—until an encounter with an unusual man.

Raised in Nashville by a Baptist preacher father and overbearing Southern mother, Mary’s life has been predictably stable, with the pride of fulfilled expectations. But at an international film festival, […]


December 18, 2017

The Mad Hatter’s Son: An Annie Collins Mystery

A good mystery is a lot like poker; the element of suspense is crucial. With The Mad Hatter’s Son, Helen Starbuck deals readers a compelling story, even if she shows her hand a bit too soon.

The novel focuses on narrator Annie Collins, a Denver OR nurse whose self-deprecating tone provides humor and […]


January 11, 2017

How to Advocate Successfully for Your Child: What Every Parent Should Know About Special Education Law

Imagine being the parent of a school-age child with a learning disability and getting the chance to talk with a knowledgeable special education attorney who, like a trusted friend, truly wants to make your life easier. That heart-to-heart chat comes to life in How to Advocate Successfully for Your Child: What Every Parent Should Know About Special Education Law by Greer M. Gurland.


April 13, 2015


Screenwriter and game designer Allen Wolf’s enjoyable debut novel focuses on a young autistic man’s search for love.

Twenty-four-year-old Shawn, a highly functioning autistic computer programmer for an online dating service headquartered in Manhattan, also contends with synesthesia, a condition that makes colors have sounds to him. He yearns to find his soul mate and […]


March 31, 2014

Scholarly World, Private Worlds

Informal logic is a discipline that examines the validity of the arguments we encounter in everyday discourse, from political speeches, to editorials, to posts on social media. Karl D. Fezer’s work is nothing less than a tour de force of informal logic.

This important book investigates under what conditions our beliefs are warranted and the […]


September 10, 2013


What if Jesus Christ returned to the earth through the magic of science, and he turned out to just be this guy, you know? Emmy-award winning writer Patrick Henry Prentice’s tackles this question in his debut novel about faith and redemption.

The novel begins with some scientific alchemy in the vein of Michael Crichton. Catholic […]