Author Archives: A.M. Harte

About A.M. Harte

A.M. Harte writes twisted speculative fiction, such as the post-apocalyptic Above Ground and the zombie love anthology Hungry For You. She is excellent at missing deadlines, has long forgotten what ‘free time’ means, and is utterly addicted to chocolate.

CROWS and Other Stories by Dino Hajiyorgi – Anthology

This is an absolutely bite-sized read. There are 8 stories in total, all of which are verging on the flash fiction length or slightly longer. It took me under half an hour to read them all. Continue reading

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Become a Kindle Publishing Millionaire by Victor Gaucho-Ramirez – Humour

I’m not a massive humourist, but I can see why people might enjoy reading this. It’s a quick, irreverent read, albeit a little pointless. At a price point of zero, however, I could allow myself to be briefly entertained. Continue reading

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Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë – Classic

Finally, my Brontë virginity is gone! This classic has been on my to-read list for years… but sadly it didn’t live up to the hype. While I’m not fully disappointed, I’m a bit “meh” about it all. Continue reading

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End Of An Era

That’s it – I am done accepting review requests. Continue reading

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5 Minute Monday: Robert Collins

Kansas-based author Robert Collins loves to cross the genre aisles. He has published three science fiction novels, one young adult novel, a couple biographies, and a bunch of non-fiction exploring railroad history… not to mention the occasional veer into writing about writing. Continue reading

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How NOT to Get Reviewed #4

Your review request could be bang-on perfect, but I’m never going to accept a book that’s 300,000 words long. Continue reading

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5 Minute Monday: Joseph M Armillas

Joseph M Armarillas’ earliest memories are of constantly boarding planes, trains, and automobiles to meet a fascinating variety of characters while traveling with his show business parents. A longtime science fiction fan, Joseph began writing while in grammar school, and hasn’t looked back once. Continue reading

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5 Minute Monday: Andrew Bardin Williams

Andrew Bardin Williams is a freelance author and copywriter living in San Francisco. Andrew was featured by Kerouac.com and has appeared on Dante’s Hot Tub on Radio Valenencia. Continue reading

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How NOT to Get Reviewed #3

Template emails are good. Not filling them out? Bad. Continue reading

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5 Minute Monday: Rachel A Marks

Rachel A Marks is a writer and artist, a surfer and dirt-bike rider, chocolate lover and keeper of faerie secrets. She teaches her four kids at home and tries not to act like a nerd during science class. She was voted: “Most Likely To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse,” but hopes she’ll never have to test the theory. Continue reading

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5 Minute Monday: Monica Leonelle

Chicago-based Monica Leonellet was first published in English and French in 2009 with her non-fiction book Social Pollination. She also writes ebooks; her urban fantasy Silver Smoke was a Top 1000 Amazon Breakthrough novel in 2011. She’s also one of those hopelessly optimistic, glass-half-full people, and has an adorable dog.
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How NOT to Get Reviewed #2

The start is good: mentioning a mutual friend will encourage me to keep reading. But the subsequent rambling put me off. By the time I got to the relevant bit — the blurb — I was bored. Rejected. Continue reading

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5 Minute Monday: Dana Michelle Burnett

Dana Michelle Burnett spent most of her life writing short stories and sharing them with family and friends. Over the years, her work was published in numerous commercial and literary magazines including Just Labs, Mindprints: A Literary Journal, Foliate Oak, and many more. Continue reading

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5 Minute Monday: Zia Trench

Zia Trench is an award-winning Broadcast Journalist, presenter, writer and documentary maker. She runs Zeitgeist Theatre Ltd, that makes TV, Radio and Theatre productions. She also writes, presents and makes films about social issues, particularly civil liberties, feminism and global terrorism Continue reading

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Stories About Things by Aelius Blythe – Speculative Anthology

A well-written, bite-sized, imaginative flash fiction collection which serve as an ideal introduction to Blythe’s work. Recommended for those looking for a quick, free, and thought-provoking read. Continue reading

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