Amid the chaos and destruction of World War II, Desperate Conspiracy is a historical fiction about individual resilience, courage, and bravery. After a daring rescue mission that leaves Dr. Roger Lawson scarred and crippled, his commitment to his country, England, and determination to continue his military service as a doctor remains unshaken.
Mindfield: A Paranormal Thriller for Teens features Matt, a teen boy who discovered at the age of eight that he has telepathic abilities…he can read people’s minds. For years, this ability though makes him feel isolated and alone, and he is forced to go through psychiatric counseling and therapy because his parents and therapists don’t believe in his special ability. Alone and dejected, one day Matt stumbles upon a fellow telepath, Trent. They discuss their lives and the similar experiences they have shared due to their special gift which
In Summertime and the Livin’ is Easy by Edwina Dorch, we meet Jasmine, a 10-year-old, bright, spunky Black-American child and her 11-year-old brother, Frankie. We are led to surmise that they are growing up in the American South, perhaps sometime in the 40’s or 50’s. Her mother works as a housekeeper for a Caucasian family and Jasmine sees the stark contrast between her family and the family of her mother’s employer.
It is said that we each have one good book in us that we could write about our life. Meeting a capable writer like Corliss Corazza would make writing our personal book that much easier. This is what happened to Connie Castro Jackson. Cut Open the Sky written by Corliss Corazza is about Connie’s life and spirituality. It is an interesting story of personal growth, self-realization, and psychic transformation.
The Ghost of the Rio Grande by Gilberto Beto Garcia Jr. and Don A. Holbrook is a historical fiction book occurring between the years 1915 and 1919. Fabriciano Garcia, the Ghost of the Rio Grande, after killing a Texas Ranger who was threatening his family, inadvertently then becomes involved in an international plot by Germany to get the U.S. involved in a war with Mexico, thereby distracting the U.S. from entering the war in Europe on the side of England and France.