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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 »

Profile: Christine Amsden, Author of the Cassie Scot Series


Meet the creator of the paranormal detective Cassie Scot. Read More »

Interview: Christi J. Whitney, Author of ‘Grey’

"I didn’t have a mentor when I first began writing, but my high school students were amazing encouragers."

"When I started writing, I didn’t intentionally set out to write YA. Honestly, it’s just what felt the most comfortable to me," Read More »

Interview: Jonathan L. Ferrara, Author of ‘The Blackwell Family Secret: The Guardians of Sin’

"You don’t choose to be a writer, it chooses you."

"Writing a book is wonderful is many ways, but there are times you just want to throw it right out the window." Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Blackwell Family Secret: The Guardians of Sin’ by Jonathan L. Ferrara


Ferrara is a talented writer, his prose smooth and his dialogue witty. The pace was excellent and the story kept moving forward with increasing tension until the very satisfying ending that left me hungry for book 2. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Hot Lead, Cold Iron’ by Ari Marmell


A fun trip into urban fantasy with a private detective who just happens to pack a wand. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Known Devil’ by Justin Gustainis


Smart, gritty, snarky witty urban fantasy. Read More »

Interview with Mike Phillips, Author of ‘The World Below’


"I thought it might be fun to try something with a modern setting while keeping strong elements of fantasy." Read More »

Book Review: Mysterious Albion by Paul Leone


Catholic urban fantasy, with the vampires shown as evil monsters and not sexy creatures - quite refreshing! Read More »

Interview with Christine Amsden, Author of Cassie Scot: ParaNormal Detective

"Looking for a publisher involves hitting your head against a brick wall repeatedly, and you can't stop until you knock a hole in it," says Amsden. Read More »