Hot New Release – “Red Wrath” by Gerhard Gehrke

Some heroes will pay for their sins. Heroes always do good. That’s what Lily believed until a superhero killed her parents. The news reported it as an accident. Lily knew otherwise. On that fateful day, her life was shattered. But how do you seek revenge against the most powerful man on the planet? See it... Continue Reading →

Heroes & Villains: A Superhero Collection

In this ten novel boxed set, indie publishing's greatest superhero authors will introduce you to the heroes that save the world and the villains scheming to destroy it. Whether you like dystopian heroes, modern capes and cowls, champions of a bygone era, or guardians past their prime, you'll love the high-octane adventure in this boxed... Continue Reading →

Review of “Rise of The Super Strike” by Maxwell Blake

I suspect this book would work great for a young audience. For me, I got distracted several times by things not lining up with reality or plot points getting a little convoluted.  The author has a lot of potential, I think, and I definitely see how he understands the superhero genre.  I really liked that... Continue Reading →

Review of “Serpent’s Sacrifice” by Trish Heinrich

Of course I'm going to read about superheroes. I went into this book expecting a fun, action-packed adventure, and I was delighted by how much more this story held. Female main characters are often used for the sake of just having a female main character, but the time period this book was set in allowed... Continue Reading →

#TheFourFriday

I bought a new toy that has resulted in MANY hours of digital drawing...sketching...painting...whatever it's called. Exhibit A!

#TopTenTuesday

(This is a new thing I'm going to do every Tuesday. I like lists.  I love "favorites" lists. So here we go.) Top 10 Favorite Superhero Movies: 1:   The Dark Knight Rises.  Really, you could just lump the trilogy together and list it at my #1 spot.  I thought how this one ended made it... Continue Reading →

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