Shattered Dreams

Shattered Dreams: Interview with debut author Ulff Lehmann German born but English writing author, Ulff Lehmann, was raised reading, almost any and everything, from the classic Greek to Roman to Germanic myths to more appropriate fiction for children his age. Initially devouring books in his native language, he switched to reading English books during a …

Review: Song (The Manhunters Book 1)

In just a few short weeks, Jesse Teller will publish the second book of the Manhunters series. This is the perfect time to grab book one, Song. The beautifully stylized covers of The Manhunters don't reveal the depths or origins of the story, they just invite you in so nicely. The creative work of Jenny Zemanek …

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls : Publishing Gold on Kickstarter

The most successful publishing campaign in Kickstarter history, Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls is a collection of illustrated stories that celebrate extraordinary women. I stumbled across this project doing research for another book event, and discovered the perfect gift for my niece and nephew ages 8 and 9. Despite the title, these volumes are …

Draigon Weather & Wing Wind: The Legacies of Arnan I – II By Paige L. Christie

A Here There Be Draigons! A Review and a Reveal. Do you have a penchant for books that turn tropes upside down? It’s utterly refreshing and Draigon Weather does just that and so much more. This is a story is about the lives of two people who met and became friends as young children. This …

Release Day! Soul Singer: Iron Souls Book 2

It's release day for the second book in the Iron Souls series by Becca Andre. It was just August when we posted the release of the first book here and our prolific and hard-working author has surprised us all by getting this out so quickly and doing such great work on these books. I am …

A Wizard’s Forge: SciFantasy by A.M. Justice

A Wizard's Forge: Book One of the Woern Saga is SciFantasy that explores belief, brutality, and an unknown race that begets power upon a young woman who has been forged first by teaching, then by slavery, then a war between kingdoms. What becomes of us when we are shaped by events? There isn't always a …

Vulgarpunk – My New Favorite Genre

Woods has coined a new genre and gives you all the right reasons people can identify with Riko, our completely flawed main character. Nanoshock continues with more of the same and a slew of even harder lessons to learn.

Lost In The Woods

I meant to write this review a week ago and what I mean by that is that I had planned on starting to read this book before that particular point in time. Try to keep it to as close to a book a week as I can. As may be evidently clear by now I cannot keep a schedule to save my soul. I’d like to blame illnesses for this delay but no. I was just really fucking lazy.

Today’s feature is K.C. Alexander’s Necrotech. A cyberpunk book that a friend recommended to me as being right up my alley and how right she was! It’s not the greatest cyberpunk novel I’ve ever read (a sample size now of 3 novels) but it is a lot of fun. It’s the literary equivalent of an action movie. Make some popcorn, kick back, and enjoy. Actually before you do that let…

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