2/4 stars, Book reviews

Book review: Superhighway by Alex Fayman

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

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4/4 stars, Book reviews

Book review: Final Notice by Van Fleisher

“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

3/4 stars, Book reviews

Book review: Strong Heart by Charlie Sheldon

Strong Heart by Charlie Sheldon is definitely one of the most unique novels I’ve happened to read recently. Set in the suggestive wilderness of the Olympic Peninsula, said to be “a land of magic, history and legend,” it develops in two separate periods of time, offering two entwined stories full of adventure, mystery and intrigue. Thirteen-year-old… Continue reading Book review: Strong Heart by Charlie Sheldon

4/4 stars, Book reviews

Book review: My Trip to Adele by R I Alyaseer and A I Alyaseer

My Trip to Adele is an enjoyable and intriguing novel, written by siblings A.I. and R.I. Alyaseer, that tells about love and life, all of this with the music of Adele in the background. I was drawn to it by my own love for Adele’s music and by its settings, so different from each other and… Continue reading Book review: My Trip to Adele by R I Alyaseer and A I Alyaseer

Short fictions

Short story: The fortune-teller

“Leave him, he’s not the one.” What upset me more at the time was that he didn’t show any sign of the typical charlatan. No arrogance, no intimidation, no stupid smirks or toothy smiles. Actually, he barely looked at me at all. His voice was disturbingly calm and careless. His gaze was deep into reading… Continue reading Short story: The fortune-teller

Short fictions

Short story: The daycare

Inspiration can strike in any form. This came a couple of nights ago in the form of a nightmare. Hello Freud, knock if you’re lurking around. *** The elegant building was one of the oldest in town. Dating back to the sixteenth century, it had miraculously survived the bombing that in the early seventies had… Continue reading Short story: The daycare

Giveaway, Published works, The Fire Opal

Goodreads giveaway

You have a couple of weeks to enter the giveaway if you want to win a free copy of "The Fire Opal" ebook! Goodreads Book Giveaway The Fire Opal by Sabrina Beretta Giveaway ends February 05, 2018. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway  

Short fictions

Short story: Of sports memorabilia and self-promises

I wrote a lot over the years. Short novels, fanfictions, sometimes I drew from my own life. There is a bit of everything. This short story blows out its first candle next week and it seems forever. *** She lets the light of her laptop's monitor go off as it turns to power save mode.… Continue reading Short story: Of sports memorabilia and self-promises

Published works, The Fire Opal

The Fire Opal now available on Amazon. Woot woot!

It's official. Both paperback and ebook versions are finally available on Amazon! (Way before planned, thank you KDP for messing with my schedule...) Yes, I'm excited. Yes, I'm freaking out. Just a little bit (liar). Oh my God I really did it. These are the links for the ebook and for paperback! For a limited… Continue reading The Fire Opal now available on Amazon. Woot woot!