by Alan F. Troop
"Intriguing dragon tale of love and revenge."
Posted May 22, 2003
If you love dragon stories this is one that you don't want
to miss. Mr. Troop has written a story that you can't put
down until the last page and wishing it was longer. This
is the first dragon story I've read that I've thoroughly
enjoyed Read more...
by Tim Robinson
"An exciting tale of love and Utopia"
Posted April 12, 2003
In 1952 Richard Curry finds a "lost valley" in the Sangre
Cristo Mountain region of New Mexico, that he's been
searching for. There he finds not only his Eden but his Eve
and learns how to live and love again. In the days
following his discovery he finds the Read more...
The Hamster Never Sleeps
by Michael McGan
"Humorous look at everyday things"
Posted March 4, 2003
This is a good attempt for the authors first writing. I
thoroughly enjoyed reading his work. He has a quirky sense
of humor and it shows in his writing.
There are 51 humorous short pieces, 4 of them poems, each
one different and one of a kind. The story I Read more...
by Christine Feehan
Posted February 20, 2003
She was hired to be the band's mechanic by his younger
sister, Desari. As Darius watches her he notices her hair
is red and he realizes he sees in color again, which he
hasn't been able to do in centuries. He knows he wants her
and knows her Read more...
by C. J. Winters
"...delightful tale, that pulls you in from the first word."
Posted December 7, 2003
In a delightful tale, that pulls you in from the first
word, CJ Winters tells the story of Kama Roxbury and Rey
Brodie. Of how they traveled back to 1811 and meet a young
couple Lache and Ellie who are to be married in the spring
and that will Read more...