Foreword Reviews

Bianca Bowers, Book Reviewer

Book Review

The South of Black Forgiveness

by Bianca Bowers

Told as a series of stories, "The South of Black Forgiveness" exposes racial prejudice among police. Donna Clovis’s novel in vignettes, "The South of Black Forgiveness", moves between crime scenes to confront police militarization and... Read More

Book Review

Raven's Witness

by Bianca Bowers

Slow down and contemplate how progress has come to trump stability through Hank Lentfer’s evocative, absorbing, and relevant biography Raven’s Witness—a timely reminder to replace “never enough” mantras with those that... Read More

Book Review

All of Us Warriors

by Bianca Bowers

"All of Us Warriors" includes twenty stories of survival and loss, told in the words of everyday people; it puts a realistic face on cancer. Rebecca Whitehead Munn’s revealing collection of cancer stories, "All of Us Warriors", comes... Read More

Book Review

Life in the Camel Lane

by Bianca Bowers

"Life in the Camel Lane" is a collection of personal travel anecdotes with insights into expat life. Doreen M. Cumberford’s "Life in the Camel Lane" distills decades worth of Arabian travel anecdotes and expat stories into a mosaic of... Read More

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