Her Next Door by T. R. Robinson – A Perceptive Review

Review by Ernesto San Giacomo: “Her Next Door” by T.R. Robinson is a short story that can be classified as both thriller and drama. Within these pages, Ms. Robinson creates an in-depth main character, Tara, with a backstory that makes the reader concerned for her well-being. Of course, in the scope of a short story, … More Her Next Door by T. R. Robinson – A Perceptive Review

NEW! – NEWSLETTER

Over the years occasional consideration has been given to the topic of providing a newsletter for this website however, various concerns prevented moving forward upon the idea. Some of these have now been addressed and it is considered followers and regular visitors to the website, and integrated blog, may benefit from the addition of a … More NEW! – NEWSLETTER

50% OFFER ENDING!

All books in T. R. Robinson’s Bitches series have been available, longterm, at half price. This offer has now ended. However, details of all the books may still be viewed from the links provided below. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Details of all books in the series may be viewed under the Books tab in the menu bar above … More 50% OFFER ENDING!

How Should One Read a Book? by Virginia Woolf (October 2020 Edition) – Editorial Review

The reader’s independence is a primary focus in Virginia Woolf’s essay. Consequently, she clearly states her intention is not to give direct advice but to share thoughts which will hopefully help the reader find their own path. An intent that is successfully achieved. Her suggestion is readers approach each book with an open mind, without … More How Should One Read a Book? by Virginia Woolf (October 2020 Edition) – Editorial Review

Dear Reader by Cathy Rentzenbrink – Editorial Review

The first thing to say is, Cathy Rentzenbrink is a true advocate of reading. This may be a personal memoir but the value and importance of books is to the forefront throughout. Indeed, for avid readers, and even for the not so avid, this book may be viewed as a reader’s treasure trove. The dialogue … More Dear Reader by Cathy Rentzenbrink – Editorial Review