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 …

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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 …

Ebook Review: Flash Crash

Flash Crash by Denison Hatch In the electrifying technothriller and heist mystery, Flash Crash . . . David Belov, a quant programmer working for an investment bank in New York, is blackmailed into writing an algorithm that will intentionally crash the gold market. David discovers that his virtual “Flash Crash” was simply a required stepping stone towards …

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: Consequence

Consequence by Steve Masover San Francisco activist Christopher Kalman has little to show for years spent organizing non-violent marches, speak-outs, blockades, and shutdowns for social and environmental justice. When a shadowy eco-saboteur proposes an attack on genetically engineered agriculture, Christopher is ripe to be drawn into a more dangerous game. His certainty that humankind stands on the …

Ebook Review: Aquarius Rising

Aquarius Rising by Christopher John Chater Is it time to create a new civilization...? While the elite use ancient building techniques and sacred science to maintain their power over the masses, the rest of us toil away in ignorance, brutality, and poverty. A company called Atlantis Revisited wants to change that. Their goal is a complete paradigm …

Ebook Review: Three (Book 3 of The Godslayer Cycle)

Three by Ron Glick (Book 3 of The Godslayer Cycle) Everyone has a past that affects their present - but not many have their present affect their past. The latest sword has awoken, but it is unlike any of the others that have come before. Three is not a sword that controls perception or elemental power, but …

Ebook Review: Chaos Company

Chaos Company by Christopher Slayton Chaos Company follows a team of genetically enhanced soldiers hunting down a powerful mercenary who killed the team's leader. During their hunt the team is forced to go AWOL and their abilities will be pushed to their limits as they engage with a ruthless private military company before coming to …

Ebook Review: The Novel, Kunzman, the Novel!

The Novel, Kunzman, The Novel! by Larry Lefkowitz The assistant to a known literary critic suffers from the domination of the critic. After the critic's sudden death, the assistant believes he has been freed from the critic's dominance. However when the critic's beautiful wife asks him to complete an unfinished novel written by her late husband, the …