Jansen Harrison’s life was pretty average; working a series of boring jobs and cage fighting for cash until an unknown man shows up and changes everything with one fact – Jansen’s father didn’t die ten years ago; he took a job.
The Queen's Gambit, a 1983 novel by Walter Tevis, received renewed interest after the popular 2020 Netflix miniseries of the same name. The story of a young orphan who turns out to be a chess prodigy captivated audiences.
Black River Lantern has its fair share of blood and gore, but it is the psychological horror elements that really set it apart.
There is nothing better than reading a feel-good holiday romance over the festive season, particularly after a year as challenging as 2020.
November is typically the month where friends and family get together to give thanks for the blessings in their lives. Although 2020 has not been a great year due to a myriad of reasons, there were still plenty of things to be thankful about.
There is a trend in fiction for most of the primary characters to be young and healthy, especially in stories that involve action and adventure.
Thrilling, Riveting, Encouraging Paul Attaway’s debut novel Blood in the Low Country is an amazing family drama with a hint of mystery and thriller.
L. M. Montgomery, the author of Anne of Green Gables has been quoted as saying "I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers" and many people would agree with that sentiment.
Catapulted from his normal, boring, mundane life and into a world of violence, gods, and what seems to be utter chaos with no idea who to trust or even what is going on – Leon did not have a great vacation.
I Know This Much Is True was written by Wally Lamb in 1998, but recently gained attention again because of the television adaptation starring Mark Ruffalo. The story is set in the early 90s and features identical twins, Dominick and Thomas Birdsey.