The Golden Manuscripts—Review by K.C. Finn for Readers’ Favorite

The Golden Manuscripts is a work in the literary, cross-cultural, and interpersonal drama subgenres. It forms the sixth novel in the Between Two Worlds collection, each of which is a stand-alone story focusing on multiracial women and the pursuit of … Continued

Originality of Plot in The Golden Manuscripts:: Asher Syed for Readers’ Favorite

The Golden Manuscripts by Evy Journey follows a young woman named Clarissa who feels connected to two medieval manuscripts and wants to solve the mystery around their disappearance in this sixth stand-alone book of the Between Two Worlds series. Two … Continued

Art Is In Every Book You Read

Art is in every book you read. Marcel Duchamp, notorious in the art world for having successfully argued that a urinal is art—thus ushering in the Avant Garde—would probably agree with me. Monsieur Duchamp aside,  images are both essential and … Continued

Booklife Review: Shade Under the Mango Tree

Journey (Margaret of the North) offers a globe-spanning voyage that explores heartbreak, budding love, growing up, and developing connections with others. Luna works at a bookstore and spends her life traveling between California and Hawai’i, but craves adventure. Lucien, a … Continued

Downcast Eyes: A World of Meaning

The heroine’s downcast eyes in Welcome Reluctant Stranger (Book 3, Between Two Worlds), tell you she’s deep in thought. Leilani’s gaze darted between Greg and Elise; then, with downcast eyes and a tremulous voice, she said, “There was so much … Continued

Great Cook? Nah! Mindful, Happy Adventurous Foodie? Yes!

I realized I’m an adventurous foodie when someone asked me these questions. Any favorite ethnic foods (including French and Italian?) Why? Having been exposed to many cultures, my tastes are eclectic so I will try most things (see this article, … Continued