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"A single dream is more powerful than a thousand realities" - J.R.R. Tolkien

“I think the best stories always end up being about the people rather than the event, which is to say character-driven.” ― Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft

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Official Review: Timewise by Robert Leet

Official Review: Timewise by Robert Leet

This is one of my reviews for OnlineBookClub.org. View the review on the website here. Timewise by Robert Leet is a sci-fi novel that is deeply rooted in quantum physics. The plot and the ideas presented are fascinating, giving the reader something to really ponder as...

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Official Review: The Deserving by Efren O’Brien

Official Review: The Deserving by Efren O’Brien

This is one of my reviews for OnlineBookClub.org. View the review on the website here. The Deserving by Efren O’Brien is a rich and informative story that reads like a fascinating history book.. This historical fiction is one of the best I’ve ever read in the genre,...

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Official Review: Superhighway 2 by Alex Fayman

Official Review: Superhighway 2 by Alex Fayman

This is one of my reviews for OnlineBookClub.org. View the review on the website here: For those who read the first book, Superhighway 2 by Alex Fayman may or may not be appealing at first glance, depending on how you liked it. But surprisingly, this is one series...

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Official Review: An Empty Swing by N. J. Hanson

Official Review: An Empty Swing by N. J. Hanson

This is one of my official reviews for OnlineBookClub.org. View the review on the website here: An Empty Swing by N. J. Hanson is a paranormal ghost story with a chilling premise, complex characters, and a satisfying ending. The story itself is intriguing, the type of...

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Official Review: Superhighway by Alex Fayman

This is one of my official reviews for OnlineBookClub.org. View the review on the website here. Superhighway by Alex Fayman is an action-packed adventure novel with a flair for flinging the character into one dramatic situation after another. Fayman creates a...

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Official Review: Bleachers by John Grisham

Official Review: Bleachers by John Grisham

This will be the first official review posted on my blog. Though it's not a new book (it was published in 2008), I wanted to get some experience with writing short, informal reviews for this website. If you haven't read the book, I hope this review informs your...

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Which Hogwarts House Am I In?

Which Hogwarts House Am I In?

I’ve been going through lists of posts you should make when starting a blog. You know, looking for ideas about what to write. And one of the ideas that I’ve found most popular is to share your Pottermore sorting. Obviously, I thought that would make a good starting...

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Score Highlight: St. Crispin's Day by Patrick Doyle (from Kenneth Brannagh's Henry V)

 Harry Potter