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The Mouse That Snored

by Nancy Powell

"The Mouse That Snored" is whimsical and original, with often excellent comedic timing. Mel Horowitz’s "The Mouse That Snored" is an amusing farcical reinterpretation of American revolutionary heroes and myths. Humboldt “Humby”... Read More

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Rhyme Rhythm Reason

by Joseph S. Pete

"Rhyme Rhythm Reason" is a playful poetry collection—amusing and sometimes inspiring. Paul Drakeford’s Rhyme Rhythm Reason: More than Some of the Sum of My Poems puts a clever, witty, and poetic spin on the three Rs. This brief... Read More

Book Review

The Book of Dog

by Nancy Powell

Lark Benobi unabashedly takes on modern politics in all its bestial madness in "The Book of Dog", celebrating the joys of womanhood, diversity, and the wonders of nature. The apocalypse arrives in California via a yellow puffball... Read More

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They Call Me Orange Juice

by Nancy Powell

"They Call Me Orange Juice" is a wonderful collection from a talented and enthusiastic storyteller. Audrey McDonald Atkins’s "They Call Me Orange Juice" is an intimate compilation of funny, down-to-earth stories about the Deep South... Read More

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Chuckerman Makes a Movie

by Carol Davala

Art imitates life in "Chuckerman Makes a Movie", a laughter-inducing novel of nostalgia and self-discovery. Francie Arenson Dickman’s clever and entertaining "Chuckerman Makes a Movie" leads a floundering character to his aha moment.... Read More

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The Con Artist

by Peter Dabbene

"The Con Artist" is a lively romp loaded with geek humor. A longtime comic book writer, author Fred Van Lente has a deep familiarity with the annual San Diego Comic-Con, which has become the central event of the comic book industry.... Read More

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