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After a longer than expected period of inactivity, it is intended, hoped, to recompense regular updates in the coming week (commencing 9 October 2017). Author related: book writing; publishing; technical; etc. articles and posts on Tuesdays. Reader orientated: articles; reviews; interviews; etc. on Fridays. Apologies are extended to regular readers of, and visitors to, the … More Reactivation
Owing to a number of factors it is necessary to temporarily suspend further activity in this website for a short period. At present it is not possible to state how long this will be for but the intent and hope is it will be of short duration; a matter of weeks (hopefully). Apologies are extend … More Temporary Suspension of Activity
Suzy Steward Dubot is a prolific author of a few novels, multiple short stories and a variety of essay length tales. Some are memoir, others fiction in a variety of genre. The first book to be reviewed below is a very short, essay length, memoir which is why this unusual step of reviewing two books … More Square Peg in a Round Hole and Confused Memories – two books by Suzy Stewart Dubot
Published description: ‘A short story mystery set in middle Georgia involving a man apparently killed by a falling tree at a local park, a strange animal’s footprints, bizarre Craigslist postings, and an exciting ending! Written by a former US Marshal with over 23 years experience in the area.’ As stated in the description, this is … More The Rozar Park Mystery by Mark Hall
This is a fictional account of a true event and consequently, falls into the Fiction/Biographical genre. Nonetheless, despite the fictional tag, it carries the weight of authenticity. The synopsis provides a background to the tale: ‘This short story is based on the horrific and heartbreaking story of a young Christian woman named Ann Saunders who … More The True Tale of Castaway Ann Saunders by Roger Weston
This memoir is primarily the tale of a young girl’s thoughts upon being taken upon a lengthy journey to a foreign land and away from her father. The observations are realistic and are clearly based upon actual experience. This is not, in any way, a dramatic or unusual tale and indeed is short; thirteen pages … More Sail Away by Suzy Stewart Dubot
At first this book may have the appearance of being a memoir but is in fact a work of fiction. The tale is based round a Polish Jewish family who, along with thousands of others, have been forced by German occupiers to live in a rundown, disintegrating, ghetto in Warsaw. As history records this, regrettably, … More Saying Goodbye To Warsaw by Michael Cargill
Regular visitors will know, with just the occasional exception, it is predominantly books by indie (independent), self-published authors that are reviewed in this website. This however, is one of the exceptions: a hardback edition having been a very generous gift. Bernard Cornwell is well known for his historical novels of which this is one. … More Death of Kings by Bernard Cornwell
Book reviews will primarily be under consideration here nevertheless, several of the principles mentioned will apply equally to reviews of other products. What are reviews? In effect these are an extension of word-of-mouth recommendations or warnings which, most will agree, is the best vehicle for such communications. However, in these technology led days it must … More Reviews – What Wanted?