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Book of the Week: Soul Jazz: Jazz in the Black Community, 1945-1975 (Bob Porter)

In an effort to draw attention to quality self-published literature and in agreement with BlueInk Review, NSR highlights reviews published on BIR’s site each week, including a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction. This week’s pick:

Soul Jazz: Jazz in the Black Community, 1945-1975

Bob Porter is a record producer, writer, and broadcaster in the fields of jazz and blues. He has worked for such prominent record labels as Prestige, Savoy, and Atlantic. He has produced more than one hundred seventy-five albums and several hundred reissues. He is a two-time Grammy winner, was awarded the Marion McPartland Award for Excellence in Jazz Broadcasting, and is a member of the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame. He is currently the host of three separate programs on WBGO, Newark. 


BlueInk Review was founded by Patti Thorn, former books editor of the Rocky Mountain News, and Patricia Moosbrugger, literary agent and subsidiary rights specialist. It offers serious, unbiased reviews of self-published books. Reviews are penned largely by writers drawn from major mainstream publications, such as The New York Times and Washington Post, and editors of respected traditional publishing houses. Select reviews appear in Booklist magazine. 

Book of the Week: Hel’s Storm (K.A. Keith)

In an effort to draw attention to quality self-published literature and in agreement with BlueInk Review, NSR highlights reviews published on BIR’s site each week, including a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction. This week’s pick:

Hel’s Storm

About Author

K.A. Keith was born in Oklahoma. He has studied in Rome, is a practicing ER physician, and served with distinction in Just Cause and Desert Storm. K.A. Keith has lived and studied with Arab peoples, yet currently resides in Dallas, Texas, where he practices knightly virtues.

 


About BlueInk Review

BlueInk Review was founded by Patti Thorn, former books editor of the Rocky Mountain News, and Patricia Moosbrugger, literary agent and subsidiary rights specialist. It offers serious, unbiased reviews of self-published books. Reviews are penned largely by writers drawn from major mainstream publications, such as The New York Times and Washington Post, and editors of respected traditional publishing houses. Select reviews appear in Booklist magazine.

Book of the Week: The Highmore Circle (Cricket Reynolds)

In an effort to draw attention to quality self-published literature and in agreement with BlueInk Review, NSR highlights reviews published on BIR’s site each week, including a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction. This week’s pick:

The Highmore Circle

About Author

Cricket Reynolds, a casino executive, holds a master’s degree in organizational communications from Purdue University. Twenty years, two crashed laptops, one corrupted jump drive, one career, and two children later, she is finally bringing Gracie Anderson’s story to life. The Highmore Circle is her second novel. She presently resides with her family in Northwest Indiana.


About BlueInk Review

BlueInk Review was founded by Patti Thorn, former books editor of the Rocky Mountain News, and Patricia Moosbrugger, literary agent and subsidiary rights specialist. It offers serious, unbiased reviews of self-published books. Reviews are penned largely by writers drawn from major mainstream publications, such as The New York Times and Washington Post, and editors of respected traditional publishing houses. Select reviews appear in Booklist magazine.

Book of the Week: Metamorphosis by Decree (Brian Pigg)

In an effort to draw attention to quality self-published literature and in agreement with BlueInk Review, NSR highlights reviews published on BIR’s site each week, including a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction. This week’s pick:

Metamorphosis by Decree

About Author

Brian Pigg was born and raised in Florissant, Missouri. He spent time in the army and commercial construction before settling in the IT industry. The hours in front of the computer seemed like a good time to write down some of the stories that existed in his head. One of them gives birth to “Metamorphosis by Decree,” his first published book.


About BlueInk Review

BlueInk Review was founded by Patti Thorn, former books editor of the Rocky Mountain News, and Patricia Moosbrugger, literary agent and subsidiary rights specialist. It offers serious, unbiased reviews of self-published books. Reviews are penned largely by writers drawn from major mainstream publications, such as The New York Times and Washington Post, and editors of respected traditional publishing houses. Select reviews appear in Booklist magazine.