Monthly Archives: March 2015

review of The Relationship Riddle by Susan Paulson Clark

★★★★★ reviewed by Cy Wyss The Relationship Riddle is about Vince and Belle and how their tenuous and unpromising first contact leads to a relationship. Vince is a high school football coach and somewhat of a ladies’ man who’s never … Continue reading

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review of The Breaks by Eden Sharp

★★★★★ reviewed by Cy Wyss Angela McGlynn is a martial artist and a hacker extraordinaire. I can imagine she might look something like MMA fighter Gina Carano, all muscle and defiance in a handsome package. McGlynn is a private investigator, … Continue reading

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review of Hontas by V.M. Sawh

★★★★☆ reviewed by Cy Wyss Hontas by V.M. Sawh is the story of Hontas (Pocahontas) and John, bounty hunters extraordinaire in Wyoming 1880, the real wild west. They are assigned a job which consists of disrupting the laying of train … Continue reading

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review of Acting: From First Audition to Final Bow by Bruce Carroll

★★★★☆ reviewed by Cy Wyss Acting: From First Audition to Final Bow is a nonfiction book about the process of being involved in a stage play. The author takes you from preparation for your audition (but makes no claims about … Continue reading

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writer cy: the review conundrum part 1

March’s Writer Cy starts a little series about one of the most important parts of marketing self-published works: getting reviews. It’s really a chicken and egg problem. To get reviews you need a ton of people to read your book … Continue reading

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review of Cyberbully Blues by Rubin Johnson

★★★★★ reviewed by Cy Wyss Cyberbully blues is the coming of age story of Dakota (aka Kodi), a California girl. The book follows Kodi from just beginning high school to the first year of college as she makes major changes. … Continue reading

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