Book Review: Four Dead Queens

Four Dead Queens by Astrid Scholte Seventeen-year-old Keralie Corrington may seem harmless, but she’s, in fact, one of Quadara’s most skilled thieves and a liar. Varin, on the other hand, is an honest, upstanding citizen of Quadara’s most enlightened region, Eonia. He runs afoul of Keralie when she steals a package from him, putting his …

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Guest Post: On My Publishing Journey

By Debbie Lum Debbie is the author of I Can Handle Him. I never set out to write a book. I’m not a reader, so books aren’t part of my everyday life. But now that I’ve written five novels, it’s fun to look back at how it all began. Here’s a countdown from the beginning …

An Interview with Michael Okon, Author of Monsterland Reanimated

Michael Okon is the author of Monsterland Reanimated. Read on for an exclusive interview. After Monsterland has imploded, the entire world is thrown into chaos. World leadership is gone, economies have collapsed, and communications are non-existent.  Wyatt must go beyond the boundaries of his small town to reestablish contact with the outside world, and alert …

The Making of a Successful Ebook: An Interview with Geoff Jones, Author of The Dinosaur Four

You may remember Geoff Jones, author of the thriller The Dinosaur Four, from my last post where I happily reviewed his book. Geoff is so awesome that I had to interview him twice. The first time was for the podcast I make with my husband, I Know Dino, where we of course discussed the amazing …

An Interview With Stacy Mitchell, Author of Saving Each Other

Stacy Mitchell is the author of Saving Each Other. What would you do if the most important people in your world were suddenly and violently taken away from you? Saving Each Other is a contemporary romance novel told from a dual point of view. It’s a story of loss, and how hope, friendship, and love …

An Interview with Jane Marlow, Author of How Did I Get Here?

Jane Marlow is the author of How Did I Get Here?, the second book in her Petrovo series. In the 1800s, two events altered the course of Russia’s future—the emancipation of the serfs and the Crimean War. Author Jane Marlow takes readers back to this significant time in Russian history, journeying 800 miles south of …

Ebook Review: SMART Social Media For Authors

SMART Social Media For Authors by Chris Syme Does the phrase social media marketing make your head spin? Now you can learn the simple, smart strategies all authors need to know. Social media can be confusing. You're worn out trying to replicate the success of other authors without much luck. Before you give up, get some …

An Interview with Larry D. Thompson, Author of White Witch

Larry D. Thompson is the author of White Witch. Jamaica is a place where the surreal is simply everyday reality. When a ruthless American aluminum company plans to strip mine the Jamaican rainforest, they send former Navy SEAL Will Taylor to Montego Bay to deal with local resistance on their behalf. But he’s unaware that …

Ebook Review: Apocalypse, Diary of a Survivor

Apocalypse: Diary of a Survivor by Matt Pike “I guess it was inevitable – the end of the world we know – the end of humanity. Finding out early was a gift, surviving impact night was a miracle, living to tell the tale, well, that was the price I will pay, forever. There’s no going …

An Interview with CJ Golden, Author of One Pedal at a Time

CJ Golden is an author and motivational speaker, as well as one of the presenters at the upcoming Caregiving Global Summit. Her latest book is One Pedal at a Time: A Novice Caregiver and Her Cyclist Husband Face Their New Normal with Courage, Tenacity, and Abundant Love.  One Pedal at a Time: A Caregiver’s Journal of …