Daily Archives: September 13, 2018

Buzzards: Legend of Johnee Crow

Buzzards: Legend of Johnee Crow by M. S. NightingaleThe sun no longer shines in the community of Muskrat. Tempestuous clouds rolled in weeks ago, as buzzards began gathering in alarming numbers, driving citizens indoors.

Investigative journalist Adele Irving travels hundreds of miles to investigate mysterious lights, constant pounding, unrelenting moaning like tortured souls in eternal agony, blood-curdling screams that keep the entire community on edge – and, the disappearing citizens. Continue reading

Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows

Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows by Anna Casamento Arrigo“The only mode my thoughts run in, though, is rewind. Never fast-forward and certainly never stopped. Thus the truth is my thoughts and, the facts are my experience, subjective, and still mine.”

Following the plight of a young Italian girl, Weeds Beneath the Open Meadows, is more than just a memoir; this book explores the relationship between the individual and truth, the effect of the past upon the present, and conflicting representations about love. Continue reading