Tag Archive: Indie Author

Book Review: Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton

ashley | If you’re looking for a light and easy read, Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleston is not it. But if you’re looking for a strange but important read and a… Continue reading

Book Review: Reality and Me All Capeless by Fennel Steuert

ashley | Usually when I am presented with a book, I have a pretty good idea of what to expect and what I’m in store for. But when Fennel Steuert sent us his… Continue reading

The Dream Engine by Leah Karloff

ashley | The Dream Engine is another book that we were pitched, by author Leah Karloff, a student from the UK. I am absolutely loving how many young authors are approaching us these… Continue reading

Book Review: Bentwhistle the Dragon in a Threat from the Bast by Paul Cude

If you missed it yesterday, we did a Q&A with author Paul Cude about his Bentwhistle the Dragon fantasy adventure series. Here is the review of the first book, Bentwhistle the Dragon in a Threat… Continue reading

Book Review: Walk in the Flesh

ashley | We’ve been receiving a lot of emails from authors lately with review requests for books that we likely might not have stumbled on otherwise. I’m usually pretty open to taking a… Continue reading

Book Review: Just A Few Inches

ashley | When Tara St. Pierre contacted us about sending us a copy of her book Just A Few Inches, I was a little hesitant about accepting. I wasn’t sure I wanted to… Continue reading

Book Review: Late Bite

ashley | I’ve long since tired of the vampire craze, but I’m a sucker (get it!) for a witty pitch and clever concepts, so when John Matsui reached out to us with his… Continue reading