One-Sentence Reviews: My 4th Quarter 2022 Reads

For the last quarter of 2022, I endeavored to read a book or story from every author whose blog I follow. At first I thought I'd bitten off more than I can chew, but the holidays gave me extra reading time. I enjoyed the variety of genres and writing styles and found some real gems. … Continue reading One-Sentence Reviews: My 4th Quarter 2022 Reads

One-Sentence Reviews: My 3rd Quarter 2022 Reads

Can she do it? Can Priscilla write 33 reviews using only one sentence each? Let’s find out! Plotting for Murder by Tamra Baumann is your typical, cute cozy mystery, this time with a love story included, awww. KU. The Box by Scott J Couturier combines contemplative passages with science fiction and horror to produce a … Continue reading One-Sentence Reviews: My 3rd Quarter 2022 Reads

Author Scott J. Couturier, The Box

Hello peeps! Today I have the pleasure of interviewing Scott J. Couturier, author of The Box, sixteen twisted tales to infect your psyche. Describe your ideal reader. Couturier: Anybody who enjoys Weird fiction, & moreover who appreciates being challenged by a read. I hope LGBTQ+ readers especially will find something of value. The futuristic story … Continue reading Author Scott J. Couturier, The Box

Review of 34 Orchard, Issue 5, Spring 2022

The spring 2022 issue of 34 Orchard contains poetry, short stories, and illustrations representing vastly different voices and styles and plots, all united by the theme things we refuse to see. Each work comes with a high-concept idea. The stanzas are emotive, the prose is polished, the artwork is contemplative. Some personal faves: It’s the … Continue reading Review of 34 Orchard, Issue 5, Spring 2022