Brick Cave Review Roundup: January 2019

The Review Roundup, a new blog feature of BrickCaveMedia.com, is our way of sharing the reviews of our titles that we find around the interwebs. Each month, if there are some reviews, we’ll share select quotes from some of the reviews we find here. We’ll include a link to the source listing as well as a link to the book in the Brick Cave Store (if available).

As this is the FIRST Edition of the BCR2, we’ll share some reviews from the 4th Quarter of 2018 as well.

The Healer's Legacy, by Sharon Skinner; Cover Art by XRIC[7] Thitipon Dicruen

The Healer’s Legacy by Sharon Skinner
Reviewed on Amazon.com 5 Stars
“So often Fantasy genre protagonists have little in the way of a dynamnic character, but Kira is one of those that stands out to move from frightened to fighter. Exciting adventure, intriguing magic, and gentle romance round out the first book in Kira’s epic story.” See on Amazon | See on Brick Cave

Prince and Little Weird Black Boy Gods by Scott Woods
Reviewed on Amazon.com 5 Stars
“Plenty has been, and will be, written about Prince. But this book of essays offers something unique: an intimate conversation, from one Prince fan to another. It’s humorous, well-informed, at times sentimental, and heart-stirring.” See on Amazon | See on Brick Cave

Urban Contemporary History Month by Scott Woods

Urban Contemporary History Month by Scott Woods
Reviewed on Amazon.com 5 Stars
“Scott Woods makes use of a fine balance between the academic brilliance of James Baldwin and the hip musical passion of Prince with every line in this book.” See on Amazon | See on Brick Cave

Platinum Magic, by Bruce Davis

Platinum Magic by Bruce Davis
Reviewed on Amazon.com 5 Stars
“Excellent story. Great characters. Keeps you on the edge throughout. Davis has created a great new world with social nuances that can be very applicable to today‚Äôs milieu.” See on Amazon | See on Brick Cave

These are, of course just a sampling of the reviews you can enjoy regarding the books we publish. Like any writer or publisher, reviews are our lifeblood, so regardless of the platform, please consider leaving a review when you purchase a Brick Cave book.

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