Marc Olmsted reviews Dime Bag: Stories 1978–1986 by Vincent Zangrillo

Dime Bag: Stories 1978–1986 by Vincent Zangrillo / Sensitive Skin Press / paperback / 978-1545465004 There are two main differences to Vincent Zangrillo’s account Dime Bag from the usual down-and-out- drug tale – first, his “language,” his voice, which has the natural speech of the street as well as his own intelligence nailed down to

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Madam Tulip: A Review

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. My opinions remain my own. Title: Madam Tulip Author: David Ahern Setting: modern Ireland Summary: Madame Tulip is the first in a series of Tulip adventures in which Derry O’Donnell, celebrity fortune-teller and reluctant detective, plays the most exciting and perilous roles of her

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Mind Your Meter! by Andrew Hughes

In a dystopian future, a woman fights to escape a life of enforced happiness. It’s the far future. Humanity has retreated to densely populated underground cities where resources are scarce. In the interest of maximising happiness, everyone has a meter to track exactly how happy they are. If it dips too low, the authorities intervene.

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Review: The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck

Synopsis: Becoming a Christian is the best and worst thing that has ever happened to Sarah Hollenbeck. Best because, well, that’s obvious. Worst because, up to this point, she’s made her very comfortable living as a well-known, bestselling author of steamy romance novels that would leave the members of her new church blushing.  Now, Sarah

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Sad Topographies By Damien Rudd (Review)

Sent to me by Simon & Schuster in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 09/11/17 Publisher: Simon & Schuster ISBN: 978-1471169298 Format: Hardback, 224pp Genre: Non-Fiction Rating: 4.5/5 Summed up in a word: Pensive First Impressions Sad Topographies immediately caught my eye for two reasons. First off it is a unique concept that peaked my interest.……

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