Review of “Given to Fly” by JD Estrada

I smiled the entire time I read this book. It's sweet, fun, colorful, imaginative, and includes wonderful lessons for any child or adult. The wordplay often made me chuckle, and the writing proves Mr. Estrada is a poet even in prose. The story reminded me at times of "Alice in Wonderland " and at times... 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 →

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 “Be Careful What You Joust For” by Ryan Hauge & Ivy Smoak

A lot of new fantasy stories about knights, lords and ladies, and ancient lands feel like "Game of Thrones" these days, so if you're into that kind of story but more for a YA audience, this book could be for you.  With multiple characters' points of view, you get a good cast to add depth... Continue Reading →

Paperback Giveaways – ALTERNI

We're within the final week to enter the paperback giveaways for my soon-to-be-released Urban Fantasy book, Alterni!  If you've missed out on entering these contests so far, I've compiled ALL of them below.  Just click the below posts, comment with your answer (they don't even have to be the right answers!), and you're entered to... Continue Reading →

ALTERNI Cover Reveal

I'm having so much fun writing this new series with new characters, a new world, and new monsters!  Here's the brand new cover for The Alt-World Chronicles Book 1, ALTERNI.  Description:  Ever have a nightmare where you're naked in public? What if everyone else in the room was also naked…and also a version of yourself?... Continue Reading →

Review of “Refugees” by R.A. Denny

I love good world-building in Fantasy, and this book is packed with it.  Many elements of the scenery, races, politics, and religions feel familiar but not directly copied from anything in particular, and it was a nice balance between originality and common elements of the genre.  I enjoyed how each of the main characters showed... Continue Reading →

Review of “Strange Luck” & “The Nightmare Birds” by Amie Irene Winters PLUS Early Look at “A Darling Secret”

First, beautiful cover.  I feel like it fits the playful, whimsical, slightly mysterious tone of the story. Second, I loved the complex and unique use of memories.  It was a great way to shape the fantastical world Daisy finds herself in, and it was a neat way to bring so many fantastical elements together –... Continue Reading →

Review of “The Road to Grandeur” by Brandt Trebor

First of all, the blurb for this book doesn't do it justice.  The story is a full-out adventure in a magical world populated by every fantasy creature you'd hope to find, and there's plenty of heart and comedy thrown in. I loved all the twists the plot took in bringing together the main characters, and... Continue Reading →

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