Review: A Pius Man: A Holy Thriller by Declan Finn

Whew! What a ride! I cannot remember the last time I read a book where the end left me feeling as though I had experienced a crash-landing. Here is the blurb for the book: Murder at the Vatican!           Giovanni Figlia checks all the boxes of a typical police detective. He even sacrificed his soccer … Continue reading Review: A Pius Man: A Holy Thriller by Declan Finn

Review: Hollow City: A Superhero Vigilante Thriller by Kai Wai Cheah

There is a reason this writer occasionally cites Mr. Cheah’s articles for her Vocational Vivications, readers. Aside from the enormously helpful insights he offers in his posts, he is a darn good writer. Hollow City, the first novel in Mr. Cheah’s branch of the Heroes Unleashed universe created by Silver Empire Publishing, is one of … Continue reading Review: Hollow City: A Superhero Vigilante Thriller by Kai Wai Cheah

Panic Attacks, Combat Fatigue, and PTS – The Differences between All Three, and Why That Matters to Authors

When Iron Man 3 was released, I picked it up in order to see the next installment in the Marvel Cinematic series. But I did so with little hope that it would be better than Iron Man 2. I had to watch that film retroactively after seeing The Avengers, but it could have easily been … Continue reading Panic Attacks, Combat Fatigue, and PTS – The Differences between All Three, and Why That Matters to Authors