fantasy

Casting the Spotlight on Liana Brooks

Casting the Spotlight on Liana Brooksby Guest Blogger

  Liana Brooks would like to SCUBA dive Europa (that moon around Jupiter), but with the NASA shuttle program shut down she’s resorted to writing science fiction instead. She likes southern beaches, warm weather, sharks, and striped socks. Her superhero romance series started with Evan Villains Fall in Love and continues with Even Villains Go […]

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Scarlett Legacy by Shelli Rosewarne

Scarlett Legacy by Shelli Rosewarneby Guest Blogger

Hi all. It’s wonderful to be here today with my new release, Scarlett Legacy. It’s a paranormal romance, inspired by the fairytale of Little Red Riding Hood – but this one is definitely not for children! Now, my Big Bad Wolf is bad in a whole different way, so I thought I would share a […]

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Top 10 Misconceptions about Heaven, Hell, and Everything in Between (at least in the world where my story takes place)

Top 10 Misconceptions about Heaven, Hell, and Everything in Between (at least in the world where my story takes place)by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Torie James, author of Point of No Return The Archangel Michael doesn’t hold a flaming sword. He’s not allowed to use sharp objects on fire after an unfortunate incident involving the Ominomicon, a sleek white bird with huge eyes and a whistling song. What? You’ve never heard of the Ominomicon? Well, now […]

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Review: The Deepest Ocean (Eden Series, Book 2) by Marian Perera

Review: The Deepest Ocean (Eden Series, Book 2) by Marian Pereraby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Captain Darok Juell is due to set sail into enemy waters and for once in his life he has to wait for a woman, a woman who with her witchcraft can protect his ship as well as send his enemies back into the sea. The woman is called Yerena Fin […]

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Review: Happily Ever After by Elizabeth Maxwell

Review: Happily Ever After by Elizabeth Maxwellby Karin

Reviewed by Karin It’s been a long time since I’ve enjoyed a book so much. It is laugh out loud funny. I really did laugh out loud. This is Maxwell’s first book, but I would definitely read another one, especially if it has the same voice as this one. The premise of this book sounds […]

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Review: The Iron Queen (Daughters of Zeus, Book 3) by Kaitlin Bevis

Review: The Iron Queen (Daughters of Zeus, Book 3) by Kaitlin Bevisby Keira

Summary: Kidnapped by her father, Persephone is not looking forward to be reunited with dear old daddy. The guy has several screws loose and wants one thing – to live forever in the peak of his power. And if not his, then to steal another’s powers and realms. Persephone is the key to do this […]

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Review: Daughter of the Earth and Sky (Daughters of Zeus, Book 2) by Kaitlin Bevis

Review: Daughter of the Earth and Sky (Daughters of Zeus, Book 2) by Kaitlin Bevisby Keira

Summary: You have to be careful as a goddess. You are held by your word – quite literally. So promises are made sparingly and avoided at all opportunities. Persephone was tricked by someone she thought a friend and now she can’t tell anyone about the betrayal. Hades places Persephone in the care of the betrayer […]

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Review: Persephone (Daughters of Zeus, Book 1) by Kaitlin Bevis

Review: Persephone (Daughters of Zeus, Book 1) by Kaitlin Bevisby Keira

Summary: Persephone lives a normal life with the exception of a few abnormal things here and there. She can always explain it away – even the creepy feeling of being watched. But she can’t ignore the weirdness when a winter storm springs out of nowhere on a trip to see a rock concert with her […]

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