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Spotlight: Lost The Plot? by Adam Maxwell

Lost The Plot? 500 Writing Prompts and How To Use Them Almost every writer has a pathological predisposition to procrastination and often believe there is a magical answer to the question ‘where do you get your ideas?’. Well now, whether … Continue reading

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Spotlight: The Scavenger’s Daughter by Mike McIntyre

The Scavenger’s Daughter – Mystery Available from Smashwords, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble Tyler West, suspended Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter from the San Diego Sun, is desperate for a scoop that will save his career. Defying a spiteful publisher and a … Continue reading

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Spotlight: The Kult by Shaun Jeffrey

The Kult is impossible to put down. It has a great, almost impossible to solve mystery. The action starts off right away (and the violence is graphic enough to satisfy even the most jaded slasher fan). Continue reading

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Coming soon! Heroes ‘Til Curfew by Susan Bischoff

Just under a year ago, I read Hush Money, the first of Susan Bischoff’s Talent Chronicles series, and I enjoyed the book so much I titled my review X-men meets Smallville meets awesome. Go read that review and refresh your … Continue reading

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Spotlight: From The Ashes of Courage by J Timothy King

A sweet, realistic romance. This story tugged at my heartstrings, made me tear up and laugh out loud. Even though I usually prefer paranormal romances with teenaged protagonists, I enjoyed this ‘realistic’ love story between adults. When it comes right down to it, love is magical at any age. Continue reading

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Spotlight: The Painted Darkness by Brian James Freeman

Written as both a meditation on the art of creation and as an examination of the secret fears we all share, The Painted Darkness is a terrifying look at the true cost we pay when we run from our grief—and what happens when we’re finally forced to confront the monsters we know all too well. Continue reading

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Spotlight: Tales for the Sugar Cat by Lyn Thorne-Alder

This collection of short, flash, and micro stories span genres and universes, from scifi to fantasy to romance. Most of the stories here were written in response to prompts from an online audience during an eight-hour writing marathon. Continue reading

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Spotlight: Beatrice Munson by Lorena Bathey

Beatrice Munson — Woman’s Fiction In Vista Heights the women of the neighborhood have started to look like their homes, varying shades of beige. Lost in this world of suburbia, Marissa Lyons, learns her high school nemesis has bought the … Continue reading

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Spotlight: My Perfect Wedding by Sibel Hodge

My Perfect Wedding — Romantic comedy Helen Grey is finally getting everything she wants. She’s about to have the perfect dream wedding and begin an exciting new life abroad on the sunny Mediterranean island of Cyprus. But living the dream … Continue reading

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Spotlight: Bears, Recycling and Confusing Time Paradoxes

Are you witty, intelligent, sharp-minded and intriguing? If you are, my publisher 1889 Labs has recently launched an exciting new title which you should check out!! Bears, Recycling and Confusing Time Paradoxes by Greg X Graves Do you want to … Continue reading

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Spotlight: A Tale of Two Goblins by HP Mallory

Last October I reviewed To Kill A Warlock (Dulcie O’Neil Series #1), an entertaining paranormal romance. You may be interested to know that Book 2 in the series, A Tale of Two Goblins, has recently been published! More details below. … Continue reading

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Spotlight: The Father’s Child by Mark Adair

The Father’s Child — Thriller/Suspense Ready to try something different, fresh, outside the box? John Truman, a bright, introverted, college student belongs to the New Dawn… he just doesn’t know it yet. The plans of the 300-year-old, Oxford-based, secret society … Continue reading

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Page 99: Her Fallen Angel by Felicity Heaton

Page 99 posts are small samples of indie books I’ve read but do not have time to review — I hope these tasters will inspire you to investigate these authors. Her Fallen Angel by Felicity Heaton Annelie falls for Lukas … Continue reading

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Page 99: Wolkin by Elaine Corvidae

I read more indie books than I have time to review, which always makes me feel a little guilty as I know how valuable reviews are to indie authors. So for those indie books I REALLY want to recommend, I … Continue reading

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