I'm looking to review novels on my site www.geckogomez.com that examine social ills and issues. I believe that fiction has the potencial to be utilized as a tool for opening our eyes to realities that would otherwise be foreign to us. Sure, novels can certainly entertain, but when they make us think, question, and perhaps altogether change our perspectives, we intuitevely acknowledge time well spent on a worthwhile pursuit pf personal growth.

This is precisely why I'm asking all of you to send me a recommendation, or let other writers know that I will be glad to review and publicize their work, whether they are traditionally or independently published.

If you're unsure what I'm after—ask. Because what I'm looking for falls into any genre. I guess you could say that I'm looking for those aha! moments that make us reach for a pen and pad so as to take notes.

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