The Moth and The Sun by Gary Bernard

The Moth and The Sun Review: The Moth and The Sun is a collection of breathtaking artwork that depicts life through the eyes of a moth.  It’s dream to want to visit the sun and how he achieves that dream.  Despite his small stature, his dream is big and is achievable.  This can be said of our dreams as well, no matter how big or small they are, we can achieve them.  The book also has both French and Spanish translations of the story. Continue reading The Moth and The Sun by Gary Bernard

All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda

All the Missing Girls Review: Twisted, leaving you on the edge of your seat as you try to piece the story together.  The way the story comes together is actually in reverse (yes, that means you are reading it backwards to get to the end) or are you?  You come to find out who’s who in this psychological thriller.  The end result is not what you’re expecting.  But, perhaps you should try reading the story another way to get a better understanding of the mystery that is slowly unraveling right before your eyes. Continue reading All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda

Redemption (The Legacy of Ilvania) by Andi O’Conner

Redemption Review: In the Kingdom of Ilvania, there is a school in which young boys are shown the brutality of pain through vigorous and cruel training.  This training is usually done by a “magical trainer” in order for the boys to become a powerful army for the kingdom.  The story follows Jae, who is sold to the school so that his family could marry off his sisters.  He is placed in a cell along with a nine year old boy, who by the looks of it, has been broken by the system.  But there is more at stake than Jae … Continue reading Redemption (The Legacy of Ilvania) by Andi O’Conner

Love and All its Condiments by Cristina Isabel

Originally posted on Louis Cecile's Poetry:
Love and All its Condiments by Cristina Isabel 3 Stars This is a personal short poetry collection that has deep meaning for the poet but shows to the reader that it could offer much more. Focusing on her journey to meet and fall for her husband this sentiment alone stays in the mind throughout the reading. The poet has a sweetness and there is a schoolgirl-like charm to some of the poems as the excited passion overcomes her mind. Both the beginning and ending to the collection move away from the poetic structure… Continue reading Love and All its Condiments by Cristina Isabel

Michelangelo and The Morgue (Michelangelo & Me, Volume 1) by Joanne Lewis

Michelangelo and The Morgue Review: Michelangelo meets up with a girl by the name of Catarina, who likes to design clothes.  She becomes fascinated with Michelangelo because of what he can do.  One day, Michelangelo doesn’t see Catarina and learns of her death and is devastated, for he feels he could have done something about it.  And Michelangelo becomes fascinated with death.  He befriends a doctor by the name of Dr. Arrigo, who allows him to inspect the bodies.  He also loves to work with his hands, especially sculpting, but a new threat challenges the very thing he loves to … Continue reading Michelangelo and The Morgue (Michelangelo & Me, Volume 1) by Joanne Lewis