Author of the Month (February 2020) – Mark Young

Q1. Mark, it's wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. Please tell us about your humble beginnings as an author.

Off-Topic: Terminator: Dark Fate (2019) Review

When you decide to watch a lukewarmly received action film, you either get mystified (Gemini Man) or the negative buzz surrounding that movie is...

Who Killed Osho? (2017) by Abhay Yaidya – Book Review

Due to decades of journalistic experience and a meticulous approach to research, Abhay Vaidya has written a stunner of a non-fiction account which is...

Bitter Fruit (2009) by Saadat Hasan Manto (Translated by Khalid Hasan)...

Bitter Fruit (2009) is an English-language compilation of Saadat Hasan Manto's oeuvre of Urdu writings. It does not comprise of all of his writings...

Author of the Month (January 2020) – Trey Stone

Q1. Trey, it's wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. Please tell us about your humble beginnings as an author.

Off-Topic: BlacKkKlansman (2018) Review

BlacKkKlansman (2018)—that's right! A film with this kind of title is bound to be original, and it sure is. The...

The Ministry of Utmost Happiness (2017) by Arundhati Roy – Book...

I became a fan of Arundhati Roy after reading her award-winning debut novel The God of Small Things (1997) earlier this year....

Author of the Month (December 2019) – Matthew J. Constantine

Q1. Matthew, it's wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. Please tell us about your humble beginnings as an author.

Off-Topic: Dragon Ball Super: Broly (2018) Review

Although, not featuring anything new character development-wise, Dragon Ball Super: Broly (2018) is the best DB film since my personal favorite Wrath of the...

Editor of the Month (November 2019) – Dean M Drinkel

Q1. Dean, it's wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. Please tell us about your humble beginnings as a writer-director?

Author of the Month (November 2019) – Dr. Divya Narain Upadhyaya

Q1. Dr. Narain, it's wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. You are a medical doctor as well as a fiction writer....

Masoom Thrillers #1 (2016) by Nisar Masoom – Book Review

Masoom Thrillers #1 features five short stories but not all of them are equally enjoyable. Henna, the first tale, is written well but its...

Off-Topic: Escape Room (2019) Review

Escape Room (2019) is as clichéd as its title. It's a PG-13 version of SAW with a similar premise on top of...

Rose (2019) by Rami Ungar – Book Review

I received an advanced copy of the book from the publisher, free and without obligation It has been a very long time...

Author of the Month (October 2019) – Rami Ungar

Q1. Rami, it's wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. Please tell us about your humble beginnings as an author.

Off-Topic: Master Z: Ip Man Legacy (2018) Review

Despite not living up to the Ip Man brand name, Master Z (spin-off and direct sequel to Ip Man 3) stands up on...

The Last MAN On Earth (2019) by Brett Wallach – Book...

I’ve been a fan of Brett Wallach ever since reading the sixth part in his Phil Allman series of P.I. novels titled...

Author of the Month (September 2019) – Brett Wallach

Q1. Brett, it's wonderful to have you with us for this Q&A. Please tell us about your humble beginnings as an author.

Off-Topic: Bumblebee (2018) Review

Despite being super predictable from start to finish as well as offering nothing new in regards to its genre, Bumblebee (2018), is...

Shadow of your Lust (2016) by Nisar Masoom – Book Review

As a fan of erotic romance (I love the Fifty Shades Trilogy), I was looking for another book to arouse my attention....