REVIEW: “The Crows of Beara” by Julie Christine Johnson

The Crows of Beara, by Julie Christine Johnson Ashland Creek Press, Copyright September 2017 978-1618220479, Paperback, 402 Pages An eclectic blend of themes of environmentalism, human vulnerability and spirituality, this novel consists of one part romance intertwined with alcoholism and its germination and consequences, and one part the politics of copper mining in venerated environments. This narrative cruises…

REVIEW: “The View from the Cheap Seats: Selected Nonfiction” by Neil Gaiman

The View from the Cheap Seats: Selected Nonfiction, by Neil Gaiman William Morrow Paperbacks, 978-0062262271 Paperback, 544 Pages Predominantly entertaining and profoundly inspiring. Most priceless of all, Gaiman wows with his unorthodox perspectives rendered in lyrical and masterful writing one would come to expect from an accomplished author. This book is a hodgepodge of writings, speeches, book…