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Review: Morgidoo’s Christmas Carol


NEW Review for Morgidoo's Christmas Carol

   Every author waits with much trepidation for reviews of  those long-coming and special projects called books.  Why?  Books contain dreams, vision, and at times, the authors very heart and soul. We have great expectations. It can be nerve-wracking, waiting for reviews, but it can also be very exciting.  Writers never forget their first book review, but excitement blooms and  builds with each NEW review. We just received a beautiful  NEW review for Morgidoo's Christmas Carol the Christmas classic for all ages. Read on.   [caption id="attachment_2358" align="aligncenter" width="584"]Morgidoo's Christmas Carol   cover Artwork in Print Morgidoo's Christmas Carol         Cover by Rocking Horse Publishing [/caption]

Morgidoo’s Christmas Carol: by Raymond Alexander Kukkee.


“A hundred years ago”, thus begins a journey where sound travels upon snowscapes toward the center of humanity. To follow the story of this silver bell is to dwell in the lost-and-found of goodness.

The classic language holds the voice of childhood through Morgidoo’s words. It is also to trust wisdom in the enduring love of Mr and Mrs George Blister. The text depicts each exquisitely detailed scene as the plot evolves along magical suspense. Original artworks illustrate each step along the pages of this tasteful volume.

Young or adult can pause for a sustaining reading or thoughtful perusing of this contemporary classic; indeed a classy little present in a season of casual excess. This book is a mainstay of the return to the essential purpose of literature through the author’s vision.

Morgidoo’s mindful pursuit aims to enlighten living, to entertain with art, and most of all to strengthen the core; in this celebration of sound and spirit: a bell and a boy.

                                           (Nadine S.  Nov. 2014   Last Known Nest)

  Morgidoo's Christmas Carol  is available in eBook and print at Rocking Horse Publishing, and also online at Amazon, B&N,  and at fine bookstores everywhere. Don't you just love reading book reviews?   I do!   Is that Incoming I hear?
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Review: The Fires of Waterland

© by Raymond Alexander Kukkee  

 NEW Review for The Fires of Waterland

You can bet on it.  Every author loves to see new reviews come in for  books when they are published, —with a lot of hope, a few dreams,  great expectations, and abated breath.   The Fires of Waterland  is no exception. The Fires of Waterland  (2nd Ed.  Lit Fiction, some adult content.) was recently published in both print and eBook versions by Equidae (Rocking Horse Publishing). I am delighted to be able to share this new review with readers of Incoming Bytes.com —and the world. [caption id="attachment_2812" align="aligncenter" width="335"]Cover for The Fires of Waterland The Fires of Waterland   [/caption]

The Fires of Waterland    by Raymond Alexander Kukkee

If a book is to be judged by its cover, then the Fires of Waterland by R.A. Kukkee presents the reader with an ominous presence. Fire remains ever present in the belly of the story, in the lives of the characters. Water, its polar opposite cools the spirits with self doubt and secrecy.

Polar views of the poor, and of those in control arise along raw conflict. They drive suspense with a certain knowledge of the ruts on these roads. Truth and adversity make strange bedfellows in this movie of the mind. “Some things are better left under the bed, like dust balls” said Floyd, a smart man in this saga.

Dialogue is well served with unwavering accuracy; Fletch and Livvy take us on a tour of youthful yearnings and covert feelings. They lead us into explosive consequences and let us explore the innermost flesh of being. The stuff of living permeates the very innards of this book from page one. Hard and ultimately hopeful; like life. Like fire.

                                     (© Nadine S.,  "Last known Nest"  Nov. 5/2014)

Wow.  Great reviews are always encouraging. Who needs stars?  Words speak for themselves.  You can bet on that too.

The Fires of Waterland is available online at Rocking Horse Publishing  in print and eBook.  It is also available online at Amazon,  B&N, and fine bookstores everywhere.


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