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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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 …

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 …

Ebook Review: Apocalypse: Diary of a Survivor 2

Apocalypse 2: Diary of a Survivor by Matt Pike “I thought I had already seen the best and worst of humanity. But I was wrong.” When a rogue comet smashed into Earth, Jack Baldwin’s life changed forever. In a single night of carnage, the vast majority of the world’s population was obliterated, while those who survived were …

Ebook Review: Glossolalia

Glossolalia by Tantra Bensko SPIES AND POLITICS - CONSPIRACIES/ASSASSINATIONS ... No one but her uncle will hire Nancy, considering her habit of snapping out of amnesiac fugues, wondering how she got her bruises and the scent of men's cologne. When she sees a crime of poison in progress at her uncle's pesticide company, she chases the truck …

Ebook Review: The Dinosaur Four

The Dinosaur Four by Geoff Jones Ten strangers trapped in time... A ticking sound fills the air as Tim MacGregor enters The Daily Edition Café to meet his new girlfriend for coffee. Moments later, the café is transported 67 million years back in time, along with everyone inside. Time is running out as ten unlikely companions search …

Ebook Review: Black Bead

Black Bead by J.D. Lakey On a savage, outlying planet an enclave of psionically-trained humans have built a utopian, matriarchal society that lives in harmony with all life. Leaving behind the polluted and corrupt world in which they lived, they colonized a new home far from the eyes of the galactic empire. Shielded from the rest of …

A Review of the Interactive Story, Hearts of Iron: War Stories

Hearts of Iron: War Stories by Aaron Rosenberg Hearts of Iron: War Stories is a branching narrative about a young British pilot during the Battle of Britain. Churchill once said “Never was so much owed by so many to so few"! Take part in this historic turning point during WWII as you make your own choices …

Ebook Review: Two Wrongs

Two Wrongs by Frank Westworth TWO WRONGS starts with great sex: ends in sudden death. US Navy SEAL Stretch McCann believes he’s met the girl of his dreams. Trouble is, she’s married to someone else; another military man not inclined to suffer rivals lightly. When she’s involved in a crippling car crash, Stretch loses much more than …

Ebook Review: The Marvelous Neverland of Oz

The Marvelous Neverland of Oz by Ron Glick Wonderland and the Looking Glass World have been joined to Oz, saving three faery lands from destruction - but nothing is as simple as this when the Cheshire Cat is involved. Meanwhile, the March Hare leads a renegade army from Wonderland and Mombi plots to bring even more chaos …