Book Review: Poems for the Moon (Volume 1) by J.R. Rogue

Rating: * * * * * Book Review: I felt a warm sensation from within while reading these poems. Beautiful, heartfelt poetry for the universe. Who knew one could hold such emotions and let them mark the pages? There is something to be felt here. There is nothing more intriguing, or special than the poetry in this collection. Love is felt. Love is taken. And somewhere in between is a brave soul embracing both sides of the spectrum. Continue reading Book Review: Poems for the Moon (Volume 1) by J.R. Rogue

Book Review: For My Beloved: Love Poems by Virginia Martin

Rating: * * * * * Book Review: For my beloved really caters to the notion that love is very much alive, and you finish reading feeling more loved and knowing you should be loved. While I had many favorites this is by far, one of my favorites: “I want someone to find me that looks at me and sees what is inside with his heart all wrapped in love” There are 3 sections to this wonderful love poetry collection: Part 1 (Power of Love/Seeking Love), Part 2 (New Love/In Love) and Part 3 (Past Love/Second Chance Love). This collection … Continue reading Book Review: For My Beloved: Love Poems by Virginia Martin

Book Review: Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix

Rating: * * * * * Book Review: An unpleasant and unexpected ride right into what could be conceived as the depths of hell. Nothing is what it seems, and your mind is breaking right in front of you. But what do you do? In the long run is it worth resisting or is the fight for survival worth more? It starts from trying to uncover a mystery in the store to uncovering something that can’t ever be unseen. Your mind might not ever be the same after reading this but, I do wish you luck! Continue reading Book Review: Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix

Book Review: The Apocalyptic Mannequin by Stephanie M. Wytovich

Rating * * * * * Book Review: What’s not to love, or dread, about this poetry collection. You’re taken on a sea of nostalgia, nightmares – both good and bad! There’s a sudden, yet familiar feeling that shrouds your mind when reading. It’s a rare delicacy that if read in one sitting you might actually gain some awareness. Beautiful and tragic, but isn’t that the way of life? The Apocalyptic Mannequin is the meal you need to fill your hunger and your eyes with. Continue reading Book Review: The Apocalyptic Mannequin by Stephanie M. Wytovich