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Book Review: ‘The Glass Gauntlet, The Blood Guard Book 2′ by Carter Roy


The Glass Gauntlet takes you into the lives of a group of young adults who find the will and the nerve to challenge the evil overtaking their world. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Invasion of the Tearling,’ An Epic Novel by Erika Johansen


In the continuing saga of The Queen of the Tearling, Johansen keeps us captivated with her characters by altering past and present to create mystery and intrigue. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Fraternity of the Soul Eater,’ A Samuel Roberts Thriller by Scott A. Lerner


Lerner gives us characters that are full of fun, bluster and charm, yet have that energy that you feel is trustworthy. Read More »

Books: Luz Thompson, Science Fiction’s Hot New Act

Beyond the Standard Model

Authors this good don't spring up too often. They flex the courage to publish in the "new model," entering the experimental world we are creating around us. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Long Utopia’ by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter


If you enjoy science fiction you will be pleased with 'The Long Utopia' - a step into an exciting new future. Read More »

2015 Comic-Con International Report – Part One


From Kirk to Kung Fu Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Scorpion Rules’ by Erin Bow


'The Scorpion Rules', a riveting new YA model set in a dystopian future to rival 'The Hunger Games.' Read More »

Interview with Christopher Nuttall, Author of ‘Trial By Fire’

Trial by Fire is book 7 in the Schooled by Magic series, more than a 100K copies sold.

Christopher Nuttall is the author of 20 novels from various publishers and thirty-nine self-published novels. Read More »

Book Review: “A Girl Undone’ – A Girl Called Fearless Series by Catherine Linka


In a world where marriages and women are bought and bartered, Avie has escaped her own confines with her real love Yates. After a confrontation with the government, he has been hospitalized in critical condition and she is on the run. She carries information that she must get to the Paternalist party if she can locate the correct person. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Madison’s Song’ by Christine Amsden

A stand-alone companion book to the Cassie Scot series.

Madison's Song is highly recommended for its non-stop action and skilful characterization. Read More »