#indiespotlight of Anders Kingsley, author of The Secret of the Second Zeus

Spotlight Anders Kingsly “No matter which of my current or future books people may read, they always can look forward to the element of surprise..” Can You Tell Me a Bit About Your Writing? I love suspense. My favorite genres to read are mystery and psychological thrillers, anything really that is fast paced and keeps me guessing what happens next or whodunit. …

#indiespotlight of Jesse Nolan Bailey, Author of The Jealousy of Jalice

Spotlight Jesse Nolan Bailey “…I want more queer characters in mainstream books…” Can You Tell Me a Bit About Your Writing? My motivations stem from my natural fascination and passion for fantasy and science fiction storytelling. To me, those two genres serve as perfect conduits for which to explore deep, meaningful aspects of life and relationships while immersed in something …

#indiespotlight Aisha Urooj, Author of My Dear Ellie

Spotlight Aisha Urooj “…May we live for love and may Love live among us. Mortality weeps for her frailness” Can You Tell Me a Bit About Your Writing? As one of my protagonist Eleanor James (Ellie) says in the book, “May we live for love and may Love live among us. Mortality weeps for her frailness, Love marvels us with …

#indiespotlight of Darryl Woods, Author of The Summoned Ones: Book 1 Flight to Bericea

Spotlight Darryl Woods “I’ve been a storyteller all my life…” Can You Tell Me a Bit About Your Writing? I’ve been a storyteller all my life, usually stories around my rural upbringing.  We had farm animals and large gardens, and plenty of time to play in the woods. My father-in-law ran a sawmill and timber-cutting operation that I helped him …

#IndieSpotlight of Author Phil Williams

Spotlight Phil Williams “…I imagine I’ll keep revisiting it’s inauspicious start; it anchors so much of what’s to come.” Can You Tell Me a Bit About Your Writing? I’ve always been interested in building complex puzzles and designing mazes, and that’s how the series was conceived. I aim for each story to be satisfying in its own right, with some …

A Review of The Die of Death: The Great Devil War II (The Great Devil War #2) by Kenneth B. Andersen

Review Book Reviews The Second Act of Phillip Engel’s Story  4/5 The Die of Death by Kenneth B. Andersen Purchase Here Death isn’t an unfortunate consequence of life; on the contrary, Death is what makes life worth living. Men and women value only that which they might lose. Don’t you see? Without death, life is uninteresting and meaningless.―  Kenneth …

Interview with Joseph Lewis Tamone Author of Fusion World

interview Joseph Lewis Tamone “I didn’t realize how much power language had until I was in college.” The writer talks about his series Philanthropy and his motivations and influences as an author. I had the great pleasure of reviewing Fusion World last year from author Joseph Lewis Tamone. I remember reading the first fifty pages of the story and being …

It is Time to Whip a God in The God Engines by John Scalzi

Review Book Reviews Science Fiction and Fantasy Twisted  5/5 The God Engines by John Scalzi Purchase Here When one is in the presence of our particular defiled god, as I often am, it is meet and appropriate to remind the creature that it is, in fact, defiled, and a slave, and bound to obey my commands.―  John Scalzi, The God …

Review of Silver in The Wood by Emily Tesh

“He knew it the same way the woodsman knew it, because he knew trees: but he also knew it with the knowledge of the Wild Man of Greenhallow, who felt every slow green beat of the forest’s heart.” RATING  4/5 STATS Paperback, 112 pages Published June 18th 2019 by Tor.com Original TitleSilver in the WoodISBN1250229790 (ISBN13: 9781250229793) Edition Language English STORY SYNOPSIS …