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Leah Looks At “Elaine,” by Ben Arzate

By on February 19, 2020 in Book Reviews, Legends of Tabletop with 0 Comments
Leah Looks At “Elaine,” by Ben Arzate

Elaine Atlatl Press Available HERE February 28, 2020 This narrative of a seemingly somnolent northern Minnesota town opens on a stroke of extreme violence, one whose reverb echoes throughout the entirety of this work. Record store owner Chris penetrates a reservoir of ill fortune when his girlfriend Agnes returns to her hometown of Elaine to bury […]

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Leah Looks at: True Crime

By on December 11, 2019 in Book Reviews, Legends of Tabletop with 0 Comments
Leah Looks at: True Crime

True Crime available 1/15/20 from Grindhouse Press Preorder from Amazon HERE Samantha Kolesnik’s debut novel sears an indelible brand. I flipped through it in one sitting, and while those edges still smolder, I already anticipate her next offering. In this tale, a pair of siblings escape their dysfunctional and abusive home to be met with […]

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Leah Looks At – “Scum of the Earth” by Cody Goodfellow

By on April 23, 2019 in Book Reviews, Legends of Tabletop with 0 Comments
Leah Looks At – “Scum of the Earth” by Cody Goodfellow

Congratulations for clicking on the link that brought you here, you’re almost there. In transit. You guessed it. Scum of the Earth is a book, and it’s one that’s been penned by Cody Goodfellow! I would tell you to read it, but…you’re gonna have to put on these sunglasses first. This highly entertaining space opera, […]

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Leah Looks At… The Worst Is Yet To Come

By on February 21, 2019 in Book Reviews, Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Leah Looks At… The Worst Is Yet To Come

The Worst is Yet to Come Author: S.P. Miskowski Publication Date: February 22, 2019 Price – Paperback: $15.95 plus $3.00 shipping, handling and sales tax. Total Price $18.95 Electronic: $4.95 Print Length: 208 pages Publisher: Trepidatio Publishing, an imprint of JournalStone http://journalstone.com/bookstore/the-worst-is-yet-to-come/ I stepped into the fully established town of Skillute with little warning and […]

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Leah Looks At: “Sleazeland”

Leah Looks At:  “Sleazeland”

In proper Goodfellow style, a mirage of cynical anecdotes in their many stages of incubation coalesce.  With a memorable opening setting, a man is shown the error of his self-centered ways when he refuses to pick up after his dog, who has dropped a gigantic deuce.  Our irritation is rewarded when the struggling actor Charlie […]

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