Only The Stars Know: 2nd Edition

As some of you already know, in the month of January I was hard at work on 'fixing' Only The Stars Know. Originally published in 2011, my process for editing and formatting books at the time can be categorized very simply: learning. In the years since, I have changed my process considerably to include an … Continue reading Only The Stars Know: 2nd Edition

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Review: Malfunction by J.E. Purazzi

Malfunction, by J.E. Purazzi is a bio-punk sci-fi dystopian New Adult adventure for the mind and soul. (try saying that ten times fast!) Don't let my over-categorization turn you off though, if you enjoy character-driven plot, high-stakes intensity and and excellent world-building, you are in for a treat with this one. 

Review: Branwen’s Quest by Katelyn Buxton

The four champions of Aralan are sent on a deadly quest deep into the Northern Mountains to find the long ago stolen crowns of the King & Queen. If all this feels like a cross between Indiana Jones and Lord of the Rings, that's because it is. The mountain is booby-trapped up the wazoo, with taunting notes left hundreds of years ago by a wily, bloodthirsty thief. The young champions face many threats, most from without, some from within. 

Review: Illusionary by Desiree Williams

 Illusionary by Desiree Williams is a New Adult Fantasy novel (the main character is 19 years old, I am counting this as NA and no one can convince me otherwise!) about a young woman who trips and falls into another world. Literally. Once there, she meets a band of young boys, lead by a young man with unusual powers, and goes on a quest to save the 'Maker' of the world. Hilarity, sweetness and wonder ensue.

Review: dissent : RENEGADES by R.J. Furness

RENEGADES is the first installment of the new dissent Series by R.J. Furness.  Hundreds of years in the future, in an ice-age complete with animals and humans alike who have had to evolve over time in order to endure, "The Union' has emerged. A new order in the icy-dystopia, where humans have once again banded together to survive any way possible. But where one would rule, there is always those who will dissent.