Category Archives: Ebooks

Book Review: St. Charles at Dusk. An suspenseful, atmospheric love story

Synopsis:  At twenty-one years old, Oz Sullivan is unable to understand his fascination with and attraction to a much younger Adrienne Deschanel. Adrienne is spirited, passionate, and impulsive… all of the things Oz is not. Oz is drawn to her in a way that is inexplicable to him, and deeply concerning to those who know […]
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The Heretic Priest early release celebration sale!

Quick! Take advantage of these book sales by the ever lovely C.N. Faust!

Beginning of a Hero for .99 Cents

Get Beginning of a Hero now for just 99 cents. The ebook costs far less than a tall skinny vanilla latter and is far more satisfying!

Cover Reveal: The Storm and The Darkness by Sarah M. Cradit

The Storm and the Darkness The House of Crimson and Clover Book # 2 By Sarah M. Cradit Expected Publication Date:  July 15, 2013 Ana Deschanel has made a terrible mistake. The only chance of protecting the other people involved is to flee New Orleans, the only home she has ever known, for the quiet […]
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Book Review: Bestiary of Blatherhorn Vale

Disclaimer: I have not read fantasy since I was a kid, and then it was The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, that sort of thing. As a young adult, I read The Mists of Avalon , but I don’t know if that qualifies as fantasy. My point is I know little about the genre, […]
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Guest Blog: Do’s and Dont’s of Indie Authoring by Ionia Martin

Great (and funny) list of do’s and dont’s by Ionia Martin!

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Book Review: Twelve Days–The Beginning by Jade Reyner

In exchange for an honest review, Ms. Reyner provided me with a copy of her debut novel, Twelve Days–The Beginning.  My intent in reviewing her book was mainly to provide feedback regarding a particular chapter that she had softened out of concern that detailed content might be too brutal.  So I read her novel in […]
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E-book Reader Blues

I’m not really a gadget geek.  Really, I like to keep things simple.  I like the simplicity of picking up a book and leafing through its pages.  Still, several years ago, I became smitten by e-book readers. I don’t remember how the love affair began.  It was the early 2000s and discussions about ebooks and […]
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