Vivi Ann Hunt’s latest novel, To Trust and to Touch, gets to the heart of trust issues using two characters who are fantastic foils for each other.
Category Archives: Reviews
The Emotional Power of Kai’s Healing Smiles
Kai’s Healing Smiles by Vivi Anne Hunt is a wonderful example of using emotional attachment to drive character development and storytelling.
My Journey Through Avalion
Flame in the Palace by Seluna Drake releases today! I wanted to take some time to help spread the word about this wonderful story and share my own journey through Avalion.
PC Game Review-A Total War Saga: Troy
Does this game live up to a bevy of lofty expectations, or are they as impenetrable as the walls of the fabled city of Troy itself?
The Stranger (1946), a review
Certain forms of literature and cinema have close ties to one another. Films based on books, books inspired by films, and so on. Sometimes, these relations are simply shared genres and themes. Nowhere is this correlation so strikingly similar — and at the same time so vastly disparate — as the relationship between film noirContinue reading “The Stranger (1946), a review”
Warriors of Understone has received another review! M.E. II has rated it 5 stars on Goodreads. Warriors of Understone is an excellent new novella crafted by the skilled hand of B.K. Bass. I was immediately immersed into the detailed society and caught up within the caste structure and setting completely. Each character spoke with theirContinue reading “New Review!”