Nun assassins, y’all. I’m not sure why the marketing didn’t just splash that all over the front of Grave Mercy, as once I heard that description, I was all over this book. For those who need more, here is the description from the book itself: Escaping from the brutality of an arranged marriage, seventeen-year-old Ismae […]
If the tagline “Come for the waffles. Stay for the magic.” doesn’t grab you by the throat and plunge your eyeballs straight into Terry Maggert’s Halfway Dead then you, my friend…well, probably haven’t met the right waffle. Which is all the more reason to visit the good witch Carlie at the diner in Halfway. Halfway […]
In Robert J. Szmidt’s Easy to be a God, humanity has been expanding through the universe for 300 years, and not once has it encountered any other form of intelligent life – until a rough-and-tumble salvaging crew stumbles upon the 50,000-year-old remains of the first…and comes to regret it. It’s not the last time humanity […]
Early reviews are beginning to roll in, and Publishers Weekly has good things to say about The Gordian Protocol, especially that: “time travel enthusiasts will enjoy the moral dilemmas, nonstop action, and crisp writing.” Not a bad start, if we say so ourselves! 😀 Read The Full Review Here!
These days, “How to Self-Publish” books are a dime a dozen. Chris Kennedy’s Self-Publishing for Profit is $6.99 on Kindle, but it’s easily the best $6.99 you’ll ever spend if you’re looking to break into self-publishing. Kennedy’s writing background is similar to that of many indie writers, which is to say, he’d never really been […]