Hey all! I’m letting everyone know that I’ve launched a premade book cover service. I’ve been writing more short stories lately, mostly under a pen name, and I’ve found it hard to find a book cover that isn’t impossible for a $0.35-$0.81 per sale royalty (depending on the marketplace/website) to pay off. I found a… Read More Announcing Our Premade Book Cover Service
-Guest book review contributed by Caffeine and Books- Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas – Book #1 Individual book rating: 4 out of 5 “Meet Celaena Sardothien. Beautiful. Deadly. Destined for greatness. In the dark, filthy salt mines of Endovier, an eighteen-year-old girl is serving a life sentence. She is a trained assassin, the… Read More Throne of Glass – Book Review
–Guest post contributed by Brianna Mulholland- A quick warning–this post will contain some spoilers from the series, for any fans who are still reading the series and don’t want it to be ruined. Book eleven of The Wheel of Time series, Knife of Dreams, came along like a breath of fresh air after reading Crossroads of Twilight.
–Guest post contributed by Jack Messenger- ‘The past does not exist, so it cannot hurt me.’ How many desperate people, I wonder, have muttered some such mantra under their breaths in the hope they can stop brooding about things dead and buried? The trouble is, of course, very few things are dead and buried.… Read More Gnarled Bones – Book Review
–Guest review contributed by Annette Spratte- Saving Detroit is a story about a topic you don’t hear much about – and probably don’t want to hear much about: Human trafficking. But Saving Detroit is much more than that. It’s a story about survival and finding the courage to overcome a terrible past. It’s a… Read More Saving Detroit – Book Review
-Guest post contributed by Ruth Castleberry- Title: The Whispered Word Author: Ellery Adams Once again, Ellery Adams applies her exceptional writing skills to tell the story of the Secret, Book & Scone Society and the group’s determination to help a lost and abused young woman who stumbles into Miracle Springs, NC.
-Guest post contributed by Jack Messenger- Trains and boats and planes – modes of transport abound in Barry Stewart Hunter’s interestingly varied collection of short stories, although the people they convey are seldom up to speed with their own lives. Persons in transit and the mental dislocations they experience are a recurring motif; thematically,… Read More Something You Once Told Me – Book Review