Hi, my ongoing novel, The Crimson Stone, has been updated and Chapter 4 is now available for registered members to read on Channillo. Enjoy and don't forget to subscribe!
The Capri Girl by D Guy is a delightful book in The LaFollette Chronicles series that can be perfectly read as a standalone. Set in the twentieth century, it weaves the stories of different families of Italian and Irish immigrants who set up house in the USA. It mostly takes place between the small town… Continue reading Book review: The Capri Girl by D Guy
Hi, my ongoing novel, The Crimson Stone, has been updated and Chapter 3 is now available for registered members to read on Channillo. Enjoy and don't forget to subscribe!
Hi, my ongoing novel, The Crimson Stone, has been updated and Chapter 2 is now available for registered members to read on Channillo. Enjoy and don't forget to subscribe!
With immense pride I announce that my ongoing novel, The Crimson Stone, was picked by Channillo to be published as a series. Starting from today, it will be updated on a monthly basis. And while the first chapter is publicly visible for everyone, the rest of the story will be available to members only. No… Continue reading Proud member of the Channillo family
Looking Glass Friends: A Novel Inspired by Real Love Letters by E.L. Neve is much more than just a novel. It’s a dreamy weave of romance, poetry and philosophy, all at once. It’s 1997. It is the era of missives, emails and printed books, where mobile phones are still a thing for rich people. Neil is… Continue reading Book review: Looking Glass Friends by E L Neve
The Korean Word For Butterfly by Jamie Zerndt is a thoughtful and emotional novel about fabricated opportunities and the desire for redemption, about making choices and dealing with their consequences. It is set in South Korea during the 2002 World Cup and under the shadow of escalating anti-American sentiments cast by the deaths of two Korean… Continue reading Book review: The Korean Word For Butterfly by Jamie Zerndt
The Alcohol Memoirs: A Fun Place for Drunks, Drug Users, and Voyeurs by Misty J. Moreton is a collection of 165 writings and a bunch of so-called “quickies”, gathered from all over the U.S.A., that gives a funny, erotic, sometimes grotesque picture of all the stupid things that people do while drunk. The tipsy gestures range,… Continue reading Book review: The Alcohol Memoirs by Misty J Moreton
What would you do if you could travel through the pathways of the Internet? Collect and manipulate data online and store the information in your brain? Teleport yourself through optic cables to the place you love most just by displaying it on a computer screen? Ah, raise your hand (or share this review, it’s your… Continue reading Book review: Superhighway by Alex Fayman
“If you knew, for sure, that you were going to die in 10, 20 or 30 days, what would you do?” This is the unsettling question posed by Van Fleisher, author of the political (and mildly sci-fi) thriller Final Notice Under the lead of Vijay Patel, a brilliant doctor with a passion for technology, the company… Continue reading Book review: Final Notice by Van Fleisher