Dog-Eared Review: WISDOM


By Melanie Tighe – Arizona’s own Patrick Tylee takes sci-fi to another realm in this first book of his Wisdom series. His choice of the first person point of view from a clone is perfect for what has to be one of the most unique science fiction stories ever written. Filled with characters as alien […]

Dog-Eared Review: OF ART & AIR by Michele Venné


By Melanie Tighe – If you love romantic suspense, you must read Of Art & Air by Arizona author Michele Venné. This first book in the Tanner trilogy is a complete story and able to stand on its own, but trust me, you’ll want to read her next book, too. In fact, you’ll probably want to […]

Dog-Eared Review: Friends in Deed


By Melanie Tighe – Friends in Deed is the newest release and second book in a series of a new breed of westerns by Arizona author Randall Dale. While Friends in Deed can be read as a standalone novel, I highly recommend Dale’s first book, Pardner’s Trust, to readers for a richer understanding of the […]

Dog-Eared Review: Empty Space


By Melanie Tighe – I’ve been a fan of local and bestselling sci-fi writer Alan Black for years, and his newest release, Empty Space, doesn’t disappoint. I think the best way to describe this novel would be Dexter meets Deep Space Nine. I found myself rooting for Black’s well-written character, York Sixteen, all the way […]

Discover Cool New Authors At Authorpalooza


Dog-Eared Pages bookstore wants to help residents find an entertaining way to beat the summer heat with some cool Arizona authors at its Spring 2015 Authorpalooza. The event will be held Saturday, April 18, at 1pm. The lineup of local authors and genres includes: Alan Black (historical fiction for young adults and sci-fi) Les Brierfield (suspense) […]

Dog-Eared Review – Crushing Your Box: A Modern Guide to Finding Your Creative Positive Energy Source


By Melanie Tighe – When a world-traveler with as distinguished a career as Arizona’s own Tray Goodman decides to share his knowledge and experience, I tend to take note. However, being a bit of a self-help junkie, I frequently find many of today’s books promising to improve my life are simply a rehashing of the […]

Dog-Eared Review: Like Father, Like Son by Bill Lamperes


By Melanie Tighe – I truly enjoyed Bill Lamperes’ newest release. Like Father, Like Son is a fast-paced treasure hunt, which held my interest all the way to the end. Paul is not amused to learn that his inheritance from his estranged father consists of a bag of old coins, a piece of the Berlin wall, passports from different […]

Dog-Eared Review: Titanium Texicans


By Melanie Tighe – Sci-fi fans, you do not want to miss Titanium Texicans by Amazon best-selling sci-fi author and our very own Arizona author, Alan Black. I’m willing to bet that those of you who enjoyed Steven Gould’s 7th Sigma will love Titanium Texicans. The adventure begins when young Tasso’s grandfather dies, leaving him […]

Dog-Eared Review: The Artifact


By Melanie Tighe – The Artifact by local author, Bill Lamperes takes readers on a fascinating journey of Adolf Hitler’s pistol, after he committed suicide with it. Traipse through the next 50 years of real history with a host of fictional characters as they interact with this disturbing weapon. Greed, curiosity and power all come into […]

Dog-Eared Review: The Friendship Stones


By Melanie Tighe –   Tired of today’s rushing, crushing pace? Slow down and take a trip back to a simpler time with The Friendship Stones by Arizona authors Alan Black and Bernice Knight. Twelve year old, Lillibeth believes it to be her ‘Christian duty’ to befriend her mean, miserly neighbor; a man, no one […]