Book Review: Eric Syrdal’s Pantheon, by Mariah Voutilainen

Eric Syrdal’s Pantheon takes readers on an epic journey through time, space and emotion By Mariah Voutilainen As a keen reader of sci-fi and fantasy novels, I was very impressed by Eric Syrdal’s Pantheon.  For me, the title alone recalled deities of myth, promised encounters with larger-than-life heroes, and set up an expectation of sweepingContinue reading “Book Review: Eric Syrdal’s Pantheon, by Mariah Voutilainen”

A Review of John Biscello’s Nocturne Variations

Nocturne Variations: John Biscello Reviewed by Kindra M. Austin   Nocturne Variations is a twenty-first century presentation of avant-garde literature. Super. But what is avant-garde? Avant-garde is a French term that means advance guard; people and ideas that are ahead of their time. It’s a concept that refers to artists, composers, and writers whose worksContinue reading “A Review of John Biscello’s Nocturne Variations”

Book Review: Kindra M. Austin’s For You, Rowena, by Mariah Voutilainen

Kindra Austin’s For You, Rowena uncovers a mystery about love and relationships, and how loss can come back to haunt you. By Mariah Voutilainen Given a choice of literary genres, mystery is never my first to pick up.  Perhaps it is the constant and nagging question in the back of my mind: “How did theContinue reading “Book Review: Kindra M. Austin’s For You, Rowena, by Mariah Voutilainen”

Dena Daigle Reviews Love, Lies and Lullabies by Ashley Jane

I must admit, before I was introduced to Ashley Jane’s debut book of poetry and prose, Love, Lies and Lullabies (released on July 30, 2018), I had not yet had the privilege of indulging in her work; but after opening the cover, which is adorned with raw yet beautifully soft imagery, I am an instantContinue reading “Dena Daigle Reviews Love, Lies and Lullabies by Ashley Jane”

Candice Daquin reviews Kindra M. Austin’s For You, Rowena

For you Rowena – Kindra M. Austin Review by Candice Louisa Daquin I’ll begin by saying, it’s not easy to write a review of a book that you don’t want anyone to know the twists and turns of, because then what do you write about? With this novel I feel almost possessive, usually when youContinue reading “Candice Daquin reviews Kindra M. Austin’s For You, Rowena”