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Book Review: Promised Valley Peace by Ron Fritsch

I have just finished reading “Promised Valley Peace” by author Ron Fritsch and overall I would have to say it was a good read. “Promised Valley Peace” is the conclusion to Fritsch’s four part “Promised Valley” series. In “Promised Valley Peace” the series’ characters finally give up on their hopes of the Gods making their …

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Book Review: Road Trip by Emory Black

Emory Black’s new novel, “Road Trip,” is a plain spoken ride through perdition, a trip wide in scope, tumbling toward a certain kind of redemption. When first encountered by the reader, and it must be said, for a long stretch afterward, the main protagonist, Josh Schiffler, appears to be a lost soul. He is a …

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Road Trip

Emory Black's new novel, "Road Trip," is a plain spoken ride through perdition, a trip wide in scope, tumbling toward a certain kind of redemption. When first encountered by the reader, and it must be said, for a long stretch afterward, the main protagonist, Josh Schiffler, appears to be a lost soul. He is a …

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The Scar Letters

I was recently asked to read and review “The Scar Letters” by author Richard Alther. After reading the synopsis I had been provided with, I knew I had to give it serious consideration. After all, let’s be honest. Who really wants to read a book featuring the brutal rape of a gay man, who just …

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Promised Valley Rebellion

When I first started reading “Promised Valley Rebellion,” I was a little worried wouldn’t be able to keep all of the characters straight.  In the first chapter alone, the reader is introduced to Blue Sky, Rose Leaf, Morning Sun, Tall Oak, Green Field, Gentle Brook, Rainbow Evening, and Sturdy Limb.  There is a handy “Character …

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