Press Release: How to Travel the World with Only a Carry-On

Traveling Well With Less: A Woman’s Guide—Available Now {December 31, 2019; Mesa, AZ} Laura Moncrief is on a mission to help women shed their baggage—literally. A septuagenarian with trips to more than 70 countries on all seven continents under her belt, Moncrief has no intention of slowing down… or schlepping more than a carry-on along... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Aliens and Ice Cream

In this half horror, half sci-fi novel by Michael James, the characters start off in a normal suburban neighborhood, where we learn about both teenagers as well as their parents. There is a bit of tension between many of the characters, but nothing compared to the tension that unfolds when these giant pods come from a hole in the sky and start murdering all of the humans they see. Supposedly, they are aliens from another planet, and the characters are only able to save themselves by staying indoors. Unfortunately, Heather, Matt, and Matt's little sister are trapped in a tree house, with no food and no water... Will they be able to do something about the Aliens before they starve to death?

Book Review: The Duchess of the Shallows

In this riveting fantasy story by Neil McGarry and Daniel Ravipinto, a poor girl with a mystery past and going by the name of Duchess is thrust into a higher calling. She must complete this almost impossible task set her by the intriguing and mysterious group known as The Grey. If she is able to complete the task, she will be initiated into this secret society, one that will grant her status and infamy within her world. But is everything as it seems? Will The Grey hold up their end of the bargain if Duchess makes it out alive?

Book Review: He Wrote in Red

In this thrilling novel chock full of fear and suspense, but also romance and fate, Mary Stein Myers paints a scary reality that could be hanging out just down our block. In present-day America, Leocadia (Leo for short), is a clinical psychologist, currently working on a legal custody case for a law firm. The lawyer she is working with is Avery, and as they progress on the case, so too does their romantic interests in each other. But their client Grant, the husband in the custody case, is making moves on Leo. Not only that, but he seems to give off creepy vibes. When Leo's life, and the life of those she loves--old and new--is threatened by an intruder, stalker, and murderer, it seems that her caseload is to blame. Will she give up on the case that's bringing this all to bear? Or will she put all of their lives at risk to get down to the truth?

Book Review: Second Skin: Fractures

In this LitRPG novel, set in a medieval "world," Dreya must figure out to survive as an outsider and hide her Deathless status from the world's native inhabitants. Dreya, her screen name in this new world, started off as an old man, who had lost everything in his life that was important to him, including his own wife. In a final attempt to make his life meaningful again, he enclosed himself into a new virtual reality game system, which took his body and placed it into this new, supposedly virtual world. But something happened as he was crossing over, and now he is stuck in the world as his avatar, Dreya. Throughout the novel, the man, now Dreya, is searching for ways to survive in the unfamiliar world, as well as searching for who she truly is. Is she the same man that her body left behind in the real world? Or is she actually becoming Dreya herself?

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