Digital Journal Review I am Titanium by John Patrick Kennedy

Digital Journal review I am Titanium An action packed fantasy thriller with an underlying commentary on social issues of today in John Patrick Kennedy's latest novel "I am Titanium". I am Titanium weaves fantasy and reality by creating an explosive story where powerful spiritual beings from different astral planes connect with humans on Earth for purposes unknown. Kennedy's writing style … [Read more...]

Digital Journal interview: Latina teen escapes Shining Path in thriller novel Lethal Dispatch by Max Tomlinson

Digital Journal Interview with Max Tomlinson about his novel Lethal Dispatch Max Tomlinson, author of "Sendero" (awarded by Kirkus Reviews as the Best of 2012) is back with a new action thriller novel "Lethal Dispatch". Although listed in the Young Adult category, "Lethal Dispatch" will entertain adult readers who enjoy international mystery thrillers. The story not only … [Read more...]

Digital Journal: my review of Plague of Angels – novel by John Patrick Kennedy

Review: Plague of Angels spews Hell on earth in novel by John P. Kennedy Blasphemous and graphic while also addictive and entertaining are only some of the words that describe John Patrick Kennedy's scintillating debut novel Plague of Angels. Plague of Angels is not recommended for the faint of heart or easily offended. Readers who have some familiarity of biblical history will … [Read more...]

Review of Inquest: Book 1 of The Destroyer Trilogy by DelSheree Gladden

My Review of Inquest - a young adult urban fantasy thriller Libby, an ordinary teenager, has been hiding a powerful secret she's known for most of her life. Once the world finds out her secret, her life as it is will be over. A riveting story that brings the reader into the world of mystical supernatural fantasy in the backdrop of middle class American society where people live their day to … [Read more...]

New review on Amazon for Almost a Turkish Soap Opera (paperback)

I love when someone reviews my books It is so delightful when I wake up and find a new review of my books. Here is my To-Do-List for today edit a video interview for Digital Journal finish reading Inquest by DelSheree Gladden for an upcoming book review. (it's a great read by the way ;) ) write a few chapters of the first book of the series "Among Us" spare some time tonight … [Read more...]

Digital Journal interview: iFilmfest app helps indie filmmakers

Digital Journal interview - iFilmfest app helping indie filmmakers Film festival submissions are usually part of the marketing plans of indie film producers. However, keeping up with submission payments, deadlines and criteria is time consuming and frustrating. Unless there is budget for a publicity consultant or administrative assistant, most indie film makers have to track the dates and … [Read more...]

Digital Journal Interview with Ksenia Anske, author of Siren Suicides

Digital Journal interview with Ksenia Anske, by Anne-Rae Vasquez With the number of depression in teens rising, Ksenia Anske writes about teen suicide in her soon to be released novel, Siren Suicides. I had the opportunity to interview Ms. Anske for Digital Journal. Here is a quote from the Digital Journal interview: With over 15,000 Twitter followers, Anske blogs and interacts with her … [Read more...]

Digital Journal article of Osman Gulum, Entrepreneur

Digital Journal article on Osman Gulum, Entrepreneur by Anne-Rae Vasquez Read my article and interview for Digital Journal on an entrepreneur who went against all adversities to become a successful business man. Here is an excerpt of the article: Author of Climbing Mountains, Gulum writes his life story describing in a narrative all the twists and near deadly turns when most would have given … [Read more...]

Be interviewed by a Digital Journalist

I am looking for authors of fictional novels who have an interesting story to tell about their book. I am particularly interested in your story. Interviews are by invitation only. Please take the time to answer the questions. Once you press the submit button, you will not be able to make any changes. The interviews will be published on DigitalJournal.com and here on my blog. Please allow … [Read more...]

Amazon reviews for Almost a Turkish Soap Opera

Customer Reviews Almost a Turkish Soap Opera Amazon reviews   8 Reviews 5 star:  (5) 4 star:  (3) 3 star:  (0) 2 star:  (0) 1 star:  (0) Average Customer Review 4.6 out of 5 stars (8 customer reviews) Share your thoughts with other customers Create your own … [Read more...]

The Sea-god at Sunrise by G.L. Tysk – Amazon Book Review

Review of The Sea-god at Sunrise by G.L. Tysk - Amazon Book Review A masterfully written tale of two young Japanese boys, Shima and his little brother Takao--shipwrecked on an isolated island after a terrible typhoon. Left to die, their story may have ended when the crew of an American whaling ship finds them by chance and takes them on board. Unfortunately it is 1841 and Japan and America … [Read more...]

Featured GoodReads Authors

I am participating in this author-to-author blog tour which is like a game of tag. An author tags five other authors and post their latest work in progress on their blog. I was tagged by Sheila Callaham, author of Truth Runs Deep, a story of mystery, suspense and murder. I have it in my reading list and can't wait to start. Now that I've been tagged, I am supposed to write about the latest … [Read more...]

Book Tour stop 9 – American Chronicle interview with Anne-Rae Vasquez author of Almost a Turkish Soap Opera

Interview with Anne-Rae Vasquez, author of 'Almost a Turkish Soap Opera' as posted on American Chronicle November 24, 2012 Anne-Rae Vasquez authored Gathering Dust – a collection of poems, published by AR Publishing Inc. and Teach Yourself Great Web Design in a Week, published by Sams.net (a division of Macmillan Publishing). She wrote the novel and screenplay and directed Almost a Turkish … [Read more...]

Review by Ravina on the 8th stop of my Book Tour and wonderful surprises

Today I came home exhausted mentally, not expecting anything but curling up in a ball and falling asleep in front of the fireplace. When I checked my email, I found a beautiful review on Amazon and GoodReads for my poetry book Gathering Dust which lifted my spirits. This really meant a lot to me because poetry was my first form of creative writing. As a child and early teens and then to … [Read more...]

#14 Amazon Best Seller List, Book Tour stop 7 and new Amazon review for Almost a Turkish Soap Opera

I wasn't in the best of moods but suddenly recovered when I found that today my book is #14 on the Amazon Best Seller List for Eastern Drama . For literally having such a bad ranking prior to the blog tour (book ranking was probably in the millions but not sure because rankings don't even display if they're that bad), it is so gratifying to find my book out of the dumps and a bonus of being in … [Read more...]

A Toss of a Lemon, by Padma Viswanathan – my review

The Toss of a Lemon is a book that you need a quiet place to read. The story takes place over decades from 1896 to 1958 and is centered around Sivakami a Brahmin girl who married at 10 years old to an astrologer who predicted his own short life. She is only 18 when she becomes a widow with two children to raise. Padma Viswantathan describes the caste and customs that Brahmin women must follow … [Read more...]

Review of Climbing Mountains by Osman Gulum

Climbing Mountains by Osman Gulum My rating: 5 of 5 stars Climbing Mountains is a story about the real life experiences of Osman Gulum, a successful entrepreneur, inventor and loving father. From the days as a child, growing up in a very small Turkish village, Osman had an inherent determination to not only survive his impoverished existence, but to surpass the challenges that confronted him … [Read more...]

Good read: Tendrils of Life by Owen Choi

I read Tendrils of Life by Owen Choi and was very touched by the story. Tendrils of Life takes you through the turmoil of war in Korea at the end of World War II and the Pacific War with the surrender of the Empire of Japan. Choi writes a detailed narrative of the plight of the Korean people during the time-frame when their beloved country is torn in two by outside forces. He weaves the historical … [Read more...]

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