OXFORD, Miss. – Jan. 31, 2019 – PRLog — When I look for a new documentary subject, I like to find something no one knows about. I want to be the one that breaks it to the world. It’s a rare occurrence…. Door Ajar – The M.B. Mayfield Story is not a secret nowadays but nor is it a story … Continue reading Ole Miss’ Best Secret Also its Worst Kept
Sovrin’s Star by John Reyer Afamasaga takes place in the South at the end of the American Civil War. It doesn’t set out to teach a lesson. However, the awakenings experienced by the characters are nothing less than life-changing. In one scene, disabled child Sovrin; orphaned during the war experiences the meaning of gratitude when … Continue reading Gratitude Vicariously
Sovrin’s Star by John Reyer Afamasaga is a powerful, yet tender story of comparable suffering. Set in the South at the end of the American Civil War, life is hellish for everyone. Sovrin, an orphaned boy with spina bifida. Tiker, a street fighter and con artist from the streets of Cheapside London was also an … Continue reading Comparable Suffering?
Tyler Tichelaar reviewed Sovrin’s Star — 5 stars! July 20, 2018 Sovrin’s Star: Mississippi Connection, Volume One John Reyer Afamasaga Three Times Dot Org LLC (2018) ISBN: 978-1-62501-204-3 Sovrin’s Star by John Reyer Afamasaga is the first book in the new Mississippi Connection Trilogy. It opens with an atmospheric scene set in the Old South … Continue reading Redemption Played Out in Old South Between Englishman and Disabled Boy in New Novella