Review of Moonlight on the Nantahala by Tracy Riva

“… an extraordinary job with his modern fiction Moonlight on the Nantahala.  It is evocative and it captures so thoroughly the spirit of this part of the Appalachians that I found it easy to picture the setting the around me.”  Read the full Review of Moonlight on the Nantahala by Tracy Riva here    An inspirational […]

Book Reviews: DARK RIVER PRESS Reviews Verliege - Extraordinary!!

    Pre-release I had offered copies of Verliege for reviews. Amy K. Marshall contacted me and requested a copy.  Ms. Marshall wrote book reviews for the now defunct Dark River Press. I was honored when I read her review of my supernatural thriller/horror novel.   ” I was reminded of Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” […]

Not Your Typical Love Story! "...It gives us all a little hope for the future."

  Moonlight on the Nantahala   This story is set in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. It gives the reader a flavor for the southern life in the Appalachian region of the United States. Celia, the love of Edward’s life died in the early years of their marriage. Edward,  now an old man meets […]

Review of Moonlight on the Nantahala by Patricia Blackmon

Review: Moonlight on the Nantahala by Micheal Rivers My Thoughts: It takes Edward a while to get to sleep at night and a long time to get his body to co-operate with itself to get out of bed in the mornings. With help of a cane and his live-in companion/caregiver Betty, he manages to get […]

The Black Witch Review by Lucinda T. Rose

The Black Witch Review   An Enchantingly Evil Sea Tale….  The world of independent books is full of sea wreaks, but Michael Rivers’ book The Black Witch (Curse of the Black Witch) is definitely not one of them.  A fan of old fashion high seas adventures, I gladly stepped abroad and wasn’t disappointed. As a child, […]

Read Ghosts of the North Carolina Shores Review

  dayna winters | Feb 19, 2011 Read Ghosts of the North Carolina Shores Review  It is a 160 page book authored by Micheal Rivers and published by Schiffer Publishing in 2010. Micheal is one of the founding members of the Smoky Mountain Ghost Trackers Society located in Western North Carolina. The book contains eleven […]

Rivers Ghost Tales Reviewed by The Sylva Herald

  by Maggie Tobias | July 29, 2010 An excerpt: A review of Micheal Rivers ghost tales book, Ghosts of the North Carolina Shores. At first you can’t sleep. You hear strange noises at night. Invisible hands move boxes and books. It makes you wonder if you’ve lost your mind. One day the face of […]

The Wilmington Star News Reviews Ghost Tales

  by Ben Steelman | May 19, 2010 Micheal Rivers dropped by the Star News office the other day to leave a copy of his book, “Ghosts of the North Carolina Shores” (Schiffer, $14.99). He’s almost a book in himself: a native of the Cherokee, N.C., area, a Vietnam-era Marine, a former EMT in Chicago […]

Ghostly Tales Review By Roanoke-Chowan News Herald

  Unlucky Fishermen Turn To Writing by Cal Bryant | May 4, 2010   “Back in the late 70’s and early 80’s, Mike and I lived with our respective wives in Tarboro. We spent many lazy afternoons after work “wetting a line” in either Fishing Creek or Swift Creek, both in Edgecombe County. Come to […]

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