Although there is no shortage of tales about World War II, it turns out that there are still exciting, new stories to share. This story is set in Wisconsin.
By Corinna Kloth Review Dec 21, 2022
Sean Malone with Orange Press Publishing (Ten 16 Press) reviews Time to Expire written by Chris Ramos. Dive into a new book here!
Small Press Reviews: Traveling My Way – Cannibals to Communists to Dining with the Queen written by James Bruce
By Corinna Kloth Review Dec 12, 2022
Avid traveler James F. Bruce offers a platter of diverse anecdotes of world travel. In his book “Traveling My Way” the reader is taken across the world!
Recent releases, award winners, and more! DELOS: The White Tree By Blake Miller The gripping and exciting story of impossible 16-year-old twins, a black girl and a white boy, who find themselves being called on by a mysterious source to come to its help. Answering this call, however, reveals that they are part of a[…]
By Hannah Cook, editorial intern with Orange Hat Publishing | Ten16 Press It’s a given that any novel starring a photojournalist must have a cover worthy of the character. It may come as a surprise, then, that rather than using an actual photo, designers opted for a graphically designed cover for Behind the Lens, the[…]
Indie Review: Summer of the Cicadas by Chelsea Catherine A Slow Burn Everything about Jessica “Jess” is a slow burn. From the way she yearns for Natasha to the lingering scent of death that she can’t escape. Jess smolders in the fire pit of life where she encounters a chorus of cicadas that threatens to[…]
By Corinna Kloth Review Dec 01, 2022
Truth and Other Lies by Maggie Smith consists of a complicated mother-daughter relationship when the protagonist Megan has a mom running for congress.
Recent releases, award winners, and more! Phoebe Douse: Secret Society for Special Abilities and Artefacts By L. Samuels “The author rounds out her tale with increasing suspense…. a delightful fantasy with a likable and powerful young heroine.” ~ Kirkus Reviews “Samuels delivers a YA novel that expertly weaves themes of troubled friendships, identity, and family changes[…]
Ocean’s Grave represents Malone’s second novel in his series of Lovecraftian Horror, a continuation of themes and characters from his first release, Spring City Terror 1903.
A Fullness of Uncertain Significance (2021) both chronicles and explores Dr. Campbell’s interactions with many patients in his vocation as a physician.