Monthly Archives: June 2015

review of Grace and Disgrace by Kayne Milhomme

★★★★★ reviewed by Cy Wyss Grace and Disgrace is the story of Jack Tuohay, an Inspector with the Royal Irish Constabulary around the turn of the century (early 1900s). Tuohay comes to Boston following the trail of a missing diamond … Continue reading

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review of Klubbe the Turkle by Philip Dodd

★★★★☆ reviewed by Cy Wyss “Klubbe” rhymes with tube or cube. “It is enough for a parrot to be a parrot, a walrus to be a walrus, an ape to be an ape, a crab to be a crab, but … Continue reading

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writer cy: the review conundrum, part II: the indie reviewer

Everyone says getting honest reviews is key to any book marketing strategy. But, it’s harder than it looks. The first review conundrum was the apathetic reader, who won’t review your book even though they really liked it. This review conundrum, … Continue reading

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review of Blue Spirit by E. Chris Garrison

★★★★★ reviewed by Cy Wyss Blue Spirit is the story of Skye, who is having a really bad couple days. First, she loses her cushy Starbucks job over a misunderstanding unfortunately involving Vodka, then her residence burns down—almost with her … Continue reading

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review of Illusion of Choice by Eric Ponvelle

★★★★☆ reviewed by Cy Wyss Illusion of Choice is set nearly 100 years in the future, after a horrible plague that turns humans into zombie-like creatures has ravaged the world, breaking down society’s resistance to being taken over by a … Continue reading

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