Announcement | BIG DAMN SALE & Upcoming Events

Well, I have a few things to say, dear reader, so pull up a chair and get comfortable. First off, let me tell you about this AMAZING sale I’ve got going on right now. First off, Seraphina’s Lament is currently FREE until TOMORROW, Tuesday, April 20. FREE. And because I feel like you people have…

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Indie Author Interview | Alex S. Bradshaw

Indie Author Interviews is a series of interviews featuring indie authors. These interviews will drop once a week. If you’d like to be part of this series, please contact me at Sarah (at) bookwormblues (dot) net. Please support the authors by clicking on the affiliate links in the interview, spread the word, and, of course,…

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Review | Wild Sky – Zaya Feli

About the Book Tauran Darrica has been retired from the Valreus Sky Guard for four years following the Battle of the Broken Wings that resulted in the death of his dragon. Now, all Tauran wants to do is spend his days forgetting the past and gambling his way to an unsteady income. So when his…

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Review | White Trash Warlock – David R. Slayton

About the Book Adam Binder hasn’t spoken to his brother in years, not since Bobby had him committed to a psych ward for hearing voices. When a murderous spirit possesses Bobby’s wife and disrupts the perfect life he’s built away from Oklahoma, he’s forced to admit that maybe his little brother isn’t crazy after all….

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Review | She Dreams in Blood – Michael R. Fletcher

About the Book Drawn by the shards of his obsidian heart, Khraen follows the path south. The islands, largely ignored by the Wizard’s Guild, have become a refuge for the unwanted of the world. Necromancers and sorcerers rule warring tribes haunted by the ghosts of savage and primal gods. With each fragment Khraen discovers more…

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Review | A Sea of Pearls & Leaves – Rosalyn Briar

About the Book Princess Ingrid of Norella Isle does not want to get married. So, her priestess girlfriend, Lilura, devises a wicked plot to deter suitors with a nearly impossible marriage contract: should Ingrid die first, her husband must be buried at sea beside her. The plan backfires when all seven suitors agree, and the…

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Review | Hench – Natalie Zina Walschots

About the Book Anna does boring things for terrible people because even criminals need office help and she needs a job. Working for a monster lurking beneath the surface of the world isn’t glamorous. But is it really worse than working for an oil conglomerate or an insurance company? In this economy?  As a temp,…

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March 2021 News & Wrap-Up

Well, March certainly was a busy month. I made a strong effort to review a boatload of indie books. I had a blast coming back to reviewing on a frequent basis. My goal is to continue reviewing regularly, with a focus on indie speculative fiction. This, truthfully, is where my roots are. Reviewing is how…

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Review | The Magpie Lord – K.J. Charles

About the Book A lord in danger. A magician in turmoil. A snowball in hell. Exiled to China for twenty years, Lucien Vaudrey never planned to return to England. But with the mysterious deaths of his father and brother, it seems the new Lord Crane has inherited an earldom. He’s also inherited his family’s enemies….

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Review | Radio – J. Rushing

About the Book Amid the music, lights and energy of 1928’s Paris, something sinister pulses through the æther. The Radio of the Gods manipulates minds across the continent and its creator, the arrogant god Marduk, will sacrifice everything to keep his kind from perverting his masterpiece. Attempted treason and bitter betrayal force Marduk to escape…

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