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 …

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Guest Post: Shifting from Writing Literary to Commercial Fiction

By Tantra Bensko Tantra Bensko is a talented writer and wonderful teacher. In fact, she taught me how to write experimental fiction at UCLA Extension. She is the author of numerous books, including her latest, Glossolalia, a psychological suspense novel that is part of her Agents of the Nevermind series. Below she shares her experiences her …

An Interview with Eric Lotke, author of Making Manna

Eric Lotke is the author of Making Manna: Libby Thompson is just fourteen years old when she flees her abusive home with her newborn son, Angel. Now they must build a life for themselves on hard work and low wages, dealing with police who are sometimes helpful—but not always—and a drug dealer who is full …

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: 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 …

Ebook Review: My Life As A Sperm

My Life As A Sperm by William Darrah Whitaker Buddy Price, a Hollywood agent, dies in a car crash and finds himself in Heaven. There, he discovers God’s had enough with people and plans on pulling the plug if we can’t learn to get along - a 'love thy neighbor or else' sort of message. An …

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 Khaled Talib, author of Smokescreen

Khaled Talib is the author of Smokescreen, a suspense thriller published by Typhoon Media about a journalist being set up as an assassin as part of an evil political plot. Purchase your copy at either Amazon or Smashwords. See below for the official book description: At an ancient café in Cairo, two veteran spies plot a …

An Interview with Freddie Owens, author of Then Like the Blind Man: Orbie’s Story

Freddie Owens is the author of Then Like the Blind Man: Orbie's Story, a coming-of-age novel about a boy who learns of his family's dark secrets that has been highly rated by Publisher's Weekly, Kirkus, The San Francisco Book Review, and Kindle Nation. You can purchase your copy from Amazon here. See below for the official …

An Interview with Nicole Eva Fraser, author of The Hardest Thing in This World

Nicole Eva Fraser's debut novel, The Hardest Thing in This World, is a story about family, mental illness and the search for hope and meaning in the things that hurt. It was published in October 2013, and here is the official description: Sexy, smart-mouthed Melody Sawyer is an underachiever, a home health care nurse with good intentions …