Author: bigwillie

Dragon Heart

“Everyone fights in this world, my Prince. The fisherman fights the fish and the ocean, a blacksmith fights the fire and iron, the farmer fights the weather and the earth, but only the adept fights their own destinies.” I’ve always wanted a solid martial arts fantasy novel. Crouching Tiger meets Dragon Ball Z wrapped in […]

The Journal: Cracked Earth #1 by Deborah D. Moore

“The gang violence is rampant. The blacks, the Hispanics, Mexicans, Cubans, they’re always fighting themselves or each other for territory or for the limited resources.” The Journal: Cracked Earth #1 by Deborah D. Moore Casually racist attitudes aside (the above quote is from the main character’s son, who she adores), The Journal almost made me […]

Doomsday Apocalypse by Bobby Akart

Once again, they convened. They’d come from Langley and Fort Meade, Washington and Arlington.They weren’t politicians or elected officials. They were spooks, spies, and soldiers. Government officials and bureaucrats-accountable to no one but themselves. Oh boy, this was a disappointment. Not sure what I expected from “Doomsday Apocalypse“, the most generic disaster title anyone could […]

The Books Your African American History Class Taught By A White Teacher Didn’t Cover

Pimp The Story of My Life by Iceberg Slim “No more small towns for me. I was going to the city to get my degree in pimping.” Black Boy by Richard Wright “But the color of a Negro’s skin makes him easily recognizable, makes him suspect, converts him into a defenseless target.” The Bluest Eye […]