Archives for September 2011

Meet L.C Fiore, Author of Green Gospel

Click to Buy           L.C. Fiore’s debut novel, Green Gospel, tackles the controversial topic of eco-terrorism.  He kindly took time to discuss his work with SLR contributor, Donna Meredith.      SLR: Do you consider yourself an environmentalist?      LCF: I consider myself a conservationist. I believe we need to preserve our natural resources, including parks and […]

Green Gospel, by L.C. Fiore

Click to Buy  Green Gospel by L.C. Fiore Reviewed by Donna Meredith      Other writers have tried to take us into the minds of domestic terrorists, most recently Pearl Abraham, with American Taliban, John Updike, with Terrorist, and David Goodwillie, with American Subversive. Although these novels focus on attacks inspired by al-Qaida, the FBI lists […]

Meet Jennifer Niven, Author of September Read of the Month: Velva Jean Learns to Fly

     At SLR, we ran a raving review of Jennifer Niven’s first Velva Jean novel, Velva Jean Learns to Drive, so we were thrilled when we received the sequel, Velva Jean Learns to Fly. Niven didn’t disappoint.      We’re pleased to select this title as our September Read of the Month, and we hope you’ll […]

September Read of the Month, Velva Jean Learns to Fly by Jennifer Niven

September Read of the Month Click to Buy   Velva Jean Learns to Fly By Jennifer Niven Reviewed by Philip K. Jason      Jennifer Niven won much praise and many readers with her first novel, Velva Jean Learns to Drive. In that book, the focus is on Velva Jean’s teen years in Depression era Appalachia. […]