Mitchell James Kaplan’s ‘Into the Unbounded Night’ Transports Readers to Ancient Rome [BOOK BLAST]

Night sky over the Coliseum
(Photo courtesy Regal House Publishing)

We love a big, juicy, historical saga, particularly when it brings a particular time period to vivid life like few have before. That’s the case with Mitchell James Kaplan’s Into the Unbounded Night, a novel that has been praised as “brilliant” (Burton Book Review), “haunting” (Wayward Reader), and as “an outstanding piece that… creates a compelling, realistic story hard to put down” (Midwest Book Review). We hope you try this engrossing tale of first century Rome. Be sure to let us know what you think! —J&H

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‘Royally Roma’ Is a Hilarious Romp Through the Eternal City [REVIEW]

Falling in love

When Julia Costa meets Niccolo La Torre, she doesn’t realize he’s the Crown Prince of Lazaretto. (Photo by cristian, Flickr)

When a young woman moves abroad to escape the notorious family drama in her past, she goes to great lengths to live a very normal existence. But that may not be possible when she crosses paths with the dutiful grandson of an Italian monarch in Teri Wilson’s delightful new romantic comedy, Royally Roma, the first installment in her “The Royals” trilogy.  Read more of this post