Midnight Burning by Karissa Laurel

Midnight Burning, by Karissa Laurel, focuses on Solina Mundy’s search to find out more information about her twin brother’s murder. Solina and Mani grew up in a small town in the continental U.S., but he left to have a life of adventure in Alaska while she remained at home and worked in their family bakery. After a wolf-like beast apparently kills Mani, Solina heads out on her own adventure to learn the truth about his death. Is it an accident where an animal chooses man as its prey, or is it a murder in disguise?

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Leigh Goff’s Disenchanted

I hope that you all enjoy the character study as Leigh Goff discusses Disenchanted’s bewitching Main Character, Sophie Goodchild–Chris __________________________________________ Sophie Goodchild is a sixteen-year-old half-witch and the star of my new release Disenchanted from Mirror World Publishing. She lives with her eccentric aunt in the small town of Wethersfield, Connecticut—the sight of the first…

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Leigh Goff’s Sweet Dreams Cookies and Magical Romance

Leigh Goff is a talented Young Adult author who blends fantasy and romance into her remarkable stories. Her latest book Disenchanted released through Mirror World Publishing in print and eBook on June first. These cookies are just what a white witch like sixteen-year-old Sophie Greensmith from my debut YA fantasy, Disenchanted, would bake after a…

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5 Minutes with Tom Olbert

This is a chance to learn a bit more about Tom Olbert, author of Black Goddess. Tom’s Blog Other Dimensions Facebook About the Author I started writing as soon as I could put two words together. Writing was my earliest ambition. I just took to it as naturally as breathing. What I love most about…

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Nietzsche, Dragons, and Fighting for Success by S.G. Rogers

In this guest blog post, S.G. Rogers talks about the craft of writing and what to do with rejection.  I hope that you all enjoy it as much as I did!–Chris “What does not destroy me, makes me stronger.” ~ Friedrich Nietzsche My sword and sorcery fantasy novel, Tournament of Chance: Dragon Rebel has just…

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5 Minutes With PJ Thorndyke

This is a chance to learn a bit more about P. J. Thorndyke, author of the steampunk adventure novel, Golden Heart. Website: www.pjthorndyke.wordpress.com Twitter: PJThorndyke Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pjthorndyke Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/13647677.P_J_Thorndyke About the Author I started writing . . . I’ve always written. It was a major hobby as a child but I never really considered it a ‘grown…

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Seconds Before Sunrise Book Review

I enjoyed Shannon A. Thompson’s previous novel, Minutes Before Sunset, so I was glad to be given the opportunity to review Seconds Before Sunrise before its official release date. The two novels are part of an announced trilogy which chronicles the lives of three interconnected groups in Hayworth, Kansas: the Light, the Dark, and the…

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Review: Beasts of Tabat by Cat Rambo

Beasts of Tabat focuses on the intertwining tales of Teo, a young boy who has been sold to the Temple by his parents in order to save his younger sister’s life, and Bella Kanto, a gladiator who represents the force of winter in Tabat’s arenas. Teo’s objections to his slavery are understandable. He is a…

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The Winter Garden by Kara Jorgensen

The Winter Garden, by Kara Jorgensen, is book Two of the Ingenious Mechanical Devices series. It is not necessary to read the first book in the series before enjoying this novel. **Possible Spoilers Ahead** The Winter Garden is a neo-Victorian style novel. Immanuel Winter, a student at Oxford, rescues a young woman, Emmeline Jardine, after…

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