03 March 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by R.G. Triplett, Author of The Great Darkening (Epic of Haven Trilogy)

Tell us about yourself… I think I would call myself an artist at heart. The way I cook, the way I write, the way I communicate and make music and tell stories – even the way I smoke a cigar and savor a good bourbon – always comes with the motivation to discover or uncover […]

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17 February 2014 ~ 1 Comment

Guest Post by Chris Palmer, Co-Author of ElsBeth and the Call of the Castle Ghosties, Book III in The Cape Cod Witch Series

What three words best describe The Cape Cod Witch Series? Natural-world magical adventures (Maybe that’s three-and-a-half words …) Can you give us your best one sentence pitch to convince readers, especially reluctant readers, why they should give this series a try? This is quote from a professional reviewer of the first ElsBeth book: “The Cape […]

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10 January 2014 ~ 1 Comment

Absolution: Book Three – Edgewood Series by Karen McQuestion

I love this series. Plain and simple. I could just stop my review there, I mean, really… anyone that’s read anything by Karen McQuestion has no doubt of her talent. The woman can write, her stuff is professionally edited, professionally laid out and, well… just one big chunk of professional. She is what self-publishing should […]

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30 December 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Kim “Howard” Johnson, author The Last of the Time Police (The Time Authority, Book One)

Can you tell us about yourself? When I was young, I ran away to join the circus…but this was a flying circus, and it was run by Monty Python. My life has never been the same. I grew up in small-town Illinois, and I seemed to have my life laid out for me—working as a […]

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27 November 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Crossed (Matched) by Ally Condie

I really loved the first book in this series. My daughter and I read this book at the same time and talked about it after. We both agreed that, while it was okay, it definitely lacked some of the oomph from the first novel. It appeared to drag on at times and I just wanted […]

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25 November 2013 ~ 0 Comments

The Time Travel Journals: Bridgebuilders by Marlene Dotterer

My book club read The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder last year and it was one of the favorites. We all loved it. It was so rich in history and a fabulous storyline to boot – it had a little bit of something for everyone. It had a little bit of science fiction, history, romance. It […]

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13 November 2013 ~ 2 Comments

UPRISING (Bonfire Chronicles) by Imogen Rose

I read a lot of independently published books. There are a handful of authors that are on my “don’t miss” list. Imogen Rose sits at the top of that list for a reason. This lady can tell a story! I keep waiting for a book that I hate from her to come down, but every […]

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08 November 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Stage 6 by Dylan James

Here’s a confession for you – I love zombie novels. I love post apocalyptic. Okay, not really a confession, most people know by now that I love a good flesh eating fun. This book did not disappoint my love of the end-of-the-world. This time, the end of the world takes place in my very own […]

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23 September 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Book Giveaway: FUSION (Portal Chronicles Book Five)

I’m giving away a copy of FUSION (Portal Chronicles Book Five) by Imogen Rose. To enter the contest, post a comment below that you’d like to win. The drawing will be held Monday, September 30. You can click here to view my review of this book. About the Book: There was just one little difference—my […]

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26 August 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Book Giveaway: Kyrathaba Rising (The Kyrathaba Chronicles)

William Bryan Miller, author of Kyrathaba Rising (The Kyrathaba Chronicles), is giving away 5 ebooks. To enter the contest, post a comment below that you’d like to win. The drawing will be held Monday, September 2. *Note: We will have the author contact you via email. About the Book: 170 years from now, aliens decimate […]

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