National Superhero Day Reading Suggestions

What's that, you say?  There are Superhero stories that aren't about the Avengers?  Who knew?!  😛  See it on Amazon! Join the action with the Amazon best-selling YA superhero series! The worst summer of Carrie Hauser's life began with her parents' divorce and ended with her receiving superhuman abilities from a dying alien. Now Carrie... Continue Reading →

Cover Reveal for “The Eighth”

“I’m going to die tonight.” Esme, the Order’s current alterni, wields magic she barely understands.  This is not her world. These are not her people.  Whenever she closes her eyes, she relives battles with a thousand malevolenci demons.  And tonight, she knows this could be the end. King Owen Lord is responsible for summoning Esme... Continue Reading →

Hot New Release “Given to Fly” by JD Estrada

Have you ever wanted to read a book that dreams about becoming a Studio Ghibli film?  Well now you can.  Given to Fly is the 13th book by Puerto Rican indie author JD Estrada and his first full length middle grade fantasy novel.  But more importantly, it’s a book with a lot of heart and no... Continue Reading →

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 →

Hot New Release – “The Liminal Hymns” by Anaïs Chartschenko

**I've only read a little from Anaïs Chartschenko (and, yes, I have to copy/paste her name every time), but so far I'm very impressed by her work.  So, when given the opportunity to help promote her newest creation, I jumped on the chance.  I'm looking forward to this collection and to giving her a listen as... Continue Reading →

Review of “Darkest Hours” by Mike Thorn

It might be odd to call a collection of horror/noir short stories "beautiful," but that is the impression I'm left with.  These are incredibly well-crafted, well-written stories from an author I quickly grew to respect.  Thorn's mastery of prose is an absolute delight to read.  His creativity is refreshing.  His subtle ability to make the... 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 “Tick” by Allison Rose

Starting this book, I thought it would be a typical YA Dystopian SciFi story, and I was happy enough with that.  But every time I thought I knew where the story was going, it took a swerve and headed in a new direction.  I was NEVER bored with this book, and there were so many twists... Continue Reading →

Review of “The Black Swan Company” by Luna DeMasi

I'm not an automatic sucker for any vampire book, but this one won me over quickly.  I loved the focus on investigative journalism as a way to dig deeper into the conspiracies and injustices committed by the authorities in this dystopian, semi-post-apocalyptic setting.  There are also elements of paranormal romance for readers who are drawn... Continue Reading →

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