My Name Is Mister Grief – A Mysterious Science Fiction Tale  by Luke Smitherd

PRAISE FOR LUKE SMITHERD’S WRITING: “… a novel that intrigues, enthralls, horrifies, thrills, and hits the reader with an emotional resonance as only the best stories can.” Ain’t It Cool News.com “… strong characterization, moral quandaries, mystery, and a whole lot of tense moments. Reading the final sentence was truly a bittersweet moment. ” SFsignal.com,…

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Prince of Malorn by Annie Douglass Lima

Desperate to build an army of his own to stand against the regent, Korram treks into the Impassable Mountains to try to recruit the one segment of Malornian society not under Rampus’s control. But can he lead a band of untrained hunters and gatherers to victory against the full might of the Malornian military? Or…

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Voices: The Imagined Diaries of Early 20th Century Americans by Michael Albosta

 Looking through photographs from America’s early 20th century, I often wonder what the people of those times might have said or written of their lives back then. So, framed against the events of their time, I have written their imaginary diaries in my humble attempt to ask them. This is a very well written, if…

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Blood and Mistletoe by E.J. Stevens

Holidays are worse than a full moon for making people crazy. In Harborsmouth, where many of the residents are undead vampires or monstrous fae, the combination may prove deadly. Ivy Granger, psychic private investigator, returns to the streets of Harborsmouth in this addition to the bestselling urban fantasy series. Holidays are Hell, a point driven…

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Animal Magnet by Gary Anderson (A Review)

Review By Don Sloan In this superb collection of short stories, author Gary Anderson moves adroitly from one literary form to another, breathing extraordinary life into a rich array of protagonists and supporting players. Follow along, for example, as we trace the hilarious trail of an unfortunate Stableboy’s boy from his lowly beginning in 1751, through his ascension…

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The Physics Of The Dead – A Supernatural Mystery Novel by Luke Smitherd

PRAISE FOR LUKE SMITHERD’S WRITING: “… a novel that intrigues, enthralls, horrifies, thrills, and hits the reader with an emotional resonance as only the best stories can.” – Ain’t It Cool News.com  What do the dead do when they can’t leave …and don’t know why? The afterlife doesn’t come with a manual. In fact, Hart…

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Fairy Eyeglasses by Emily Martha Sorensen

When Cassie finds a magic pair of glasses that allow her to see fairies, she has to figure out where they came from . . . and what the fairies want her to do with them. A 12,000 word children’s fantasy story. Although in theory I’m not really part of this book’s target audience, I…

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The Calling  by Louise G White

Book one of Louise G. White’s young-adult contemporary fantasy ‘Gateway’ series. On the run and hiding from ‘the suits’, Carolyn’s life is far from straightforward. After her mother and brother go missing in a most extraordinary way, (through a hole to another world which appears in the kitchen wall!), she is determined to track them…

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The Last of the Firedrakes  by Farah Oomerbhoy

  Finalist in the 2015 USA Best Book Awards Winner in Wattpad’s 2015 Watty Awards 16-year-old Aurora Darlington is an orphan. Mistreated by her adopted family and bullied at school, she dreams of running away and being free. But when she is kidnapped and dragged through a portal into a magical world, suddenly her old…

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Finding Ford by Kristin Coley

Whoever said life was easy or fair? No one, that’s who. Life was perfect or as perfect as it can be when you’re sixteen and your boyfriend is about to leave for college out of state. But really life was on track, we had a plan. Colt had a full ride to Alabama for football,…

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