Review: Cross-Out

Synopsis: Cross-out... 17-year-old Jaime “Kimo” Flores is weeks away from graduation at Chavez High in Bell Gardens. Jaime has his foot in three worlds: he’s a talented art student; he’s a promising future cop in a Police Explorer program; and, as “Kimo,” he’s the informal leader of a crew of graffiti writers. A drive-by shooting... Continue Reading →

Review: Lazlo’s Revenge

  Synopsis: It is the story above all, and Lazlo’s Revenge is an excellent story, inspired by true events in places devastated by war, and those who suffered greatly. Readers develop a personal relationship with the characters, Lazlo, Gertrude, Captain Koz, and others, leaving them wanting more. Max Fischer (Maxine Schoellkopf Fischer, fictional narrator of... Continue Reading →

Review: Gods, Empire, & Shifting Trade Routes

  Synopsis: In approximately 200 pages, this book seems to describe what 200,000 pages could not come close to adequately holding: the history of the world. Featured in this brief ride through the human condition: why over 40% of the world speaks in tongues descended from an obscure tribe called the Indo-Europeans, how political violence... Continue Reading →

Dark World War- Chapter 5

Chapter 5Halloween Horror's Two weeks after the incident that tore through the base and caused destruction. The beast that came from out of nowhere was killed and is now being dissected and analyzed. Most of the destruction was actually from Jennifer's emotional rampage and unstoppable growth from wishing on the teapot to grow herself. But very... Continue Reading →

      CHAPTER 1: The Long Dark Road   The night was cool and rainy. The long dark road flanked by tall trees on both sides. A lone new blue car is racing down the road. Only one person occupied the car. A young woman in her late twenties was listening to the music... Continue Reading →

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