The Globe and Mail Reviews Barbara Williams’ Latest, The Hope In Leaving

The Globe and Mail Reviews Barbara Williams’ Latest, The Hope In Leaving

Excerpt: “While the memoir market is constantly looking for the next big, near-unbelievable story to astonish hungry readers, often the most affecting accounts of a life are those that are simple, unassuming and relatable. Though on the surface, Canadian-born actress Barbara Williams’s The Hope in Leaving is a harrowing tale of poverty, tragedy and familial dysfunction, it is never once written for high drama or shock value. In fact, the true poignancy of this notably understated book is just how normal these lives feel to those who have lived them.” To read the review, click...
Blood of the Oak by Eliot Pattison Featured on Kingdom Books

Blood of the Oak by Eliot Pattison Featured on Kingdom Books

Excerpt: “What kinds of oppression awaken a nation to action? When do struggles for survival become a force to light a revolution? No, I’m not talking about this year’s Presidential campaign, but rather, the simmering, smoky, and definitely violent build-up to the American Revolution. In the fourth book of his Bone Rattler series, BLOOD OF THE OAK, Eliot Pattison’s protagonist confronts those questions — and the investigation of multiple murders.” To read the article, click...
Eliot Pattison’s Latest, Blood of the Oak, Featured on Book Reader’s Heaven

Eliot Pattison’s Latest, Blood of the Oak, Featured on Book Reader’s Heaven

Excerpt: “The forest embraced him as another of its wild creatures, sending its steadying power into each long stride. Duncan McCallum had learned the ways of forest running from his tribal friends but he had never experienced its deep joys until he had begun his own solitary treks among the farms and settlements of the frontier. There were roads, more and more of them stretching out from the Hudson, but he preferred the ancient trails of the tribes. With his pack on his shoulder and his long rifle in one hand, Duncan glided along the old Mohawk path with the carefree of a young stag, oblivious to the troubles of the world of men…” To read the article, click...
Time Zero by Carolyn Cohagan Reviewed by Publishers Weekly

Time Zero by Carolyn Cohagan Reviewed by Publishers Weekly

Excerpt: “Set on a walled-off, near-future Manhattan, this powerfully realized dystopian tale introduces Mina Clark, a strong-willed 15-year-old who struggles bitterly against the misogynistic, Taliban-like religious culture that she has grown up with.” To read the review, click...
Blood of the Oak Receives a Wonderful Review From The Internet Review of Books

Blood of the Oak Receives a Wonderful Review From The Internet Review of Books

Excerpt: “Eliot Pattison has crafted a series of stories that capture the essence of the American colonial and frontier period. His latest installment of the Bone Rattler series pits reluctant hero Duncan McCallum against an insidious organization determined to undermine the nascent colonial rebellion and build its own powerful empire within North America. The title comes from a guardian of Native American spiritual culture, who drives the over-story from a mythical position.” To read the review, click here:...
Histocial Novel Society Reviews Blood of the Oak

Histocial Novel Society Reviews Blood of the Oak

Excerpt: “Well-researched, the novel presents aspects of the early colonial experience that are little discussed outside the Northeast. I highly recommend this novel and look forward to future books from this author.” To read the review, click...