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Pacific Book Review
ngaging and insightful, Author TF Rhoden’s incisive collection of short stories, Texaners, leads fiction readers into the world of the multicultural, multiracial denizens of contemporary Texas. No stranger to the literary world, author Rhoden has authored other well-received works, however this is his first published collection of short stories, which bears influences from his personal experiences growing up as a citizen in multiracial, contemporary Texas.

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n light of Pope Francis’ recent visit to the United States, and with the 2016 Presidential elections just around the corner, Bryan Devore has perfect timing in releasing a modern day, action-packed thriller that highlights the extreme regimen and expansive security measures that are taken in order to keep our leaders safe. With today’s social media concerns, and the ever-popular selfie, the public continues to try and get up-close-and-personal with headlining individuals. Add the ever-present threat of global terrorists and psychotic misfits looking […]


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