AWRW Book Review ✩ Sleeper Protocol ✩ by Author Kevin Ikenberry @TheWriterIke @RAPublishing #SciFi

Kieran Roark awakens in a wheelchair, unable to remember anything. As part of a classified experiment, he will have one year to learn his identity and recover his memory, or he will be euthanized by the state. Scientist Berkeley Bennett has one mission: manipulate Kieran’s emotions in an attempt to bring back his memory. But […]

AWRW Book Review: Forgotten Objects, by Author Carlos Rubio

Forgotten Objects traces the life of Anna d’Amio, daughter of opera singers Louis and Francesca d’Amio, from Mussolini’s Italy to the city of Pittsburgh during the mid sixties. The novel proper is made up of three parts: Italy, Cuba and United States. Married at seventeen and widowed at twenty, Anna leaves war-torn Italy to find […]

Book Review: Swords of Iron, by Jerome Brooke

***Contains some spoilers. “The High Priestess led the procession of maidens to the circle of stones. The skyclad women were chilled in the air of dawn. One of their number must die. Thus it was in the days of the Winter King.” Swords of Iron by Jerome Brooke is a story about a war leader […]

An Interview with Silver Medal Award Winning Author Shaun J. McLaughlin

Welcome all! Today I am interviewing Silver Medal Award Winning Author for Historical Literature Fiction, Shaun J McLaughlin. He has written two history books—Patriot War Along the New York-Canada Border and Patriot War Along the Michigan-Canada Border—and a novel Counter Currents: A Story of Smugglers, River Pirates, Love, War, and Freedom Fighters in 1838. Today […]

Book Review: Counter Currents: A Story of Smugglers, River Pirates, Love, War, and Freedom Fighters in 1838, By Shaun J. McLaughlin

***Spoiler Alert*** Ryan Lone Pine, much like his beloved pet and constant companion raven Zak, isn’t meant to settle down. He is most at home under the stars sleeping on moss in the woods than he is in a comfy bed in a warm house. Like his bird, he is meant to be un-tethered, wild […]