Indie Reviews – The Lithium Chronicles: Volume One

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The Red Bench by Jacqueline Cioffa – An Advance Review by Nicole Lyons

The Red Bench by Jacqueline Cioffa – An Advance Review by Nicole Lyons

To say I have been a fan over everything Jacqueline Cioffa has ever written would be an understatement. The woman has been gifted with the art of exquisite storytelling the likes of few others, and when she reached out to me to read an advance copy of her memoir, The Red Bench, I was beyond [...]

Reader’s Favorite Book Reviews – I Am A World of Uncertainties Disguised As A Girl

Reader’s Favorite Book Reviews – I Am A World of Uncertainties Disguised As A Girl

Reviewed by Rosie Malezer for Readers' Favorite I Am A World Of Uncertainties Disguised As A Girl is an incredible embodiment of emotion, expressed through prose and poetry, and written by Nicole Lyons. The shuddering impact each verse creates in the soul of the reader is profound, dealing in various embattled reactions to situations in [...]

Most Days

Most Days

I don’t know if I will ever know the truth of us, and what could have been, what should have been, what will never be. But I do know I loved you and I think you may have loved me too, and most days that is enough. Nicole Lyons 2017

A Review of Poetry and Pearls and Author Interview with N.R. Hart

When I think of the word, “romantic”, my mind immediately goes to N.R.Hart and her poetry. N.R.Hart is a poet who can say very much with very few words and the results are always deeply beautiful. Poetry and Pearls, is a gorgeous book, each piece in the collection follows the style of Nancy’s biggest social [...]

Love & Vodka – A book review

Love & Vodka – A book review

I was lucky enough to snag a signed copy of Christina Strigas’ Love & Vodka, and even now, days after closing the book, I am still love drunk on her words. Charles Bukowski said, “genius might be the ability to say a profound thing in a simple way” and if we take him at his [...]

Interview and Review of S.K. Nicholas’ New Novel: A Journal for Damned Lovers

Interview and Review of S.K. Nicholas’ New Novel: A Journal for Damned Lovers

A Must Read on SD today. Review of A Journal for Damned Lovers by S.K. Nicholas/By Jasper Kerkau One of the first pieces I wrote for Sudden Denouement was called, “Writing isn’t Going to Save Me.” Over time I have changed … Source: Interview and Review of S.K. Nicholas' New Novel: A Journal for Damned [...]

Author Spotlight: H.M. Jones-Monochrome

Author Spotlight: H.M. Jones-Monochrome

  Monochrome has a new publisher! Feminine Collective is re-releasing it as a 3rd edition Sept. 2016, with the above cover as an e-book and Oct. 2016 in paperback.  Monochrome is an IndieBrag Medallion book, an Honorable Mention at the 2016 Los Angeles Book Festival, and a NIEA Book Award Finalist in the NA category!    Monochrome H.M. Jones: Synopsis What would you do to [...]

Friday Reads: Paper Souls by Allie Burke

I would never read a book if it were possible for me to talk half an hour with the man who wrote it.— Woodrow Wilson   I’m going to have to disagree with Wilson here. I have spent many hours talking with Allie Burke and I will devour every word the woman writes. She is [...]