Foreword Reviews

George Hajjar, Book Reviewer

Book Review

And a Book

by George Hajjar

The book-within-a-book picture book "And a Book" opens the door to a magical world. Michael Molinet’s informative and engaging picture book "And a Book" explores children’s literature through dueling illustrations. The book is... Read More

Book Review

Why Birds Sing

by George Hajjar

In Nina Berkhout’s tender novel, an opera singer falls in and out of love with both her craft and her spouse. After flopping on stage and damaging her vocal cords, Dawn is unable to find work as a singer. Coinciding with this tragedy,... Read More

Book Review

Observation of the Moment

by George Hajjar

"Observation of the Moment" is a motivational collection of poems that works to find the good in hard situations. Owen Bryan Jr.’s autobiographical chapbook "Observation of the Moment" tackles everyday issues with a motivated spirit.... Read More

Book Review

Who's There?

by George Hajjar

Who’s There? unites folktales with modern domestic horrors, resulting in a chilling collection. The five surprising horror stories in Dimas Rio’s Who’s There? mobilize fear to question religious piety, the makings of monsters, how... Read More

Book Review

Little Hugs

by George Hajjar

Concerned with personal and spiritual relationships, "Little Hugs" is an insightful, encouraging poetry collection. Raman Mander’s poetry collection "Little Hugs" concerns love, self-worth, and spirituality. These accessible poems tend... Read More

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