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 →

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 “The Sea Was a Fair Master” by Calvin Demmer

This author never disappoints in coming up with unique, impressively well-written shorts.  This collection of 23 stories has a little bit of everything - from crime to love to androids to the worst English class imaginable.  There's a great balance of creepy, troubling, sometimes funny (in an "oh, that's terrible" grinning kind of way), and... 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 →

Review of “Them Rabbit Foot Blues” by Jason Spurlock

What did I just read?!  And I mean that in a good way.  My mind is always blown when a brand new author debuts with a book so well-written that it feels like the work of a pro.  Don't get me wrong - this book is all over the place and will be hard for... 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 →

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 →

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