Author: P.C. Darkcliff Book title: The Priest of Orpagus Genre: Dark fantasy Publish date: Nov. 17, 2019 Blurb: Braze Wilson and Mehpare Eroglu prevent a man from committing suicide. But they should have let him die.
Author: Justin Thies Title: Common Man’s Scientific Journey to Badass Genre: Self Help This book offers insights on how to change one’s beliefs, identity, and habits, using both brain science and a straightforward system that is designed to make big changes in small, repeatable ways.
More Than This – Guest Book Review My rating: 4.5/5 Genre: Young Adult Length: 480 pages A boy drowns, desperate and alone in his final moments. He dies. Then he wakes, naked and bruised and thirsty, but alive. How can this be? And what is this strange deserted place? As he struggles… Read More More Than This – Book Review
Author: Derrick Smythe Title: The Other Magic Genre: YA / Epic Fantasy This novel is the first in a fantasy series that promises to explore magic and religious devotion while taking readers on a grand, mysterious adventure.
Author: E. Paige Burks Book title: Return to Gexalatia Genre: YA Fantasy Publish date: March 10, 2019 Blurb: Nyx Estrella, a girl who thought she was from Earth, has finally made it to Gexalatia. She thought she was prepared, but Gexalatia is much more foreign and dangerous than she could have ever imagined. Jet, her teacher and… Read More Return to Gexalatia – Blog Tour
Title: A Monster Escapes Author: Lewis Wolfe Genre: Horror / Thriller / Supernatural Suspense Something evil and mysterious is making its way through the minds of the inhabitants of Brettville, something that forces them to relive the darkest moments of their past over and over again while it feeds and thrives on the… Read More Editorial Review – A Monster Escapes
The first sign was the internet going down, the music streaming into the floor-standing speakers going quiet without warning. A sudden loss of connection; Wi-Fi box rebooted twice and still nothing. The dimming of the lights came next. Not total power failure; the solar panels on the roofs to thank. Still we drank, draining… Read More In the End – Book Quote Corner