Ari Rhoge is the author of the Pride and Prejudice modernizations, Sparks Fly, Tires Skid and Personally, I'd Rather Lick Sand. Kai read Sparks back when it was still on a fan fic website, and liked it so much that she was compelled to review it alongside the abundant published versions of Pride and Prejudice. Last… Continue reading Interview: Ari Rhoge, Author of Sparks Fly, Tires Skid
Jazz is officially a porter and unofficially a smuggler on the moon colony, Artemis. She has lived a life of misspent youth and squandered opportunities, and hates the word potential, which she too often hears applied to herself. When she's offered the job of a lifetime, she sees the enormous paycheck and takes it, despite… Continue reading Book Review: Artemis by Andy Weir
***I received a free ebook in exchange for an honest and fair review.*** A science fiction action thriller about a future in which men are a rapidly-decreasing minority due to a sequence of tragedies, or Events. As the world becomes increasingly dominated by women, the resistance movement Hamsa is brewing in secret, knowing what no… Continue reading Book Review: The Exxtinction: The Only Hope for Man is a Woman by J. A. Antonio
Shervin Jamali has been writing his whole life, after starting out as a playwright. He wrote his first play, "Barstruck," when he was nineteen. It wasn't until a couple of years ago that it started to click and Shervin felt he had stories to tell that people might like to read. He enjoysthe ride, but… Continue reading Interview: Shervin Jamali, author of The Devil’s Lieutenant
Imitatore by A. Rose is a fantasy story set in a world where magical powers are common. Sophie is not unique because she has magical powers—she is unique because she has many magical powers. Her father tries to keep this hidden, but his efforts are in vain. Threats are coming Sophie's way. In many ways,… Continue reading Book Review: Imitatore by A. Rose
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INTERVIEW WITH KAI RAINE
Gatekeeper Press (2018)
Reviewed by Arianna Violante, YA Reviewer for Reader Views (3/18)
Interviewed by Sheri Hoyte (3/18)
Kai Raine is a writer and cognitive scientist, who believes in thinking outside the box and questioning assumptions. Kai reads and writes to experience lives and opinions and possibilities beyond her own. She has lived a relatively nomadic life, being born in the US, then growing up mostly in Japan, and spending most of her early adult life in Europe. She has a BA from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and MScs from the University of Trento and the University of Osnabrück.
Welcome Kai, and thank you for being with us today. Why don’t you start by telling our readers a bit about yourself?
I’ve been in love with stories all my life. I always knew I…
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***I received a free ebook in exchange for a fair and honest review.*** The following review contains spoilers through the first quarter of the book. Summary "Amidst Honeysuckle, Promises and Forbidden Things" by Breannalyn May Pearce is a love story, and a bit of a coming of age story. Christabella and her big brother, Gabriel,… Continue reading Book Review: Amidst Honeysuckle, Promises and Forbidden Things by Breannalyn May Pearce