Review | The Gifts of Pandora – Matt Larkin

About the Book The winding road of fate unfolds … In the last days of the Silver Age, the tyrant god Zeus takes whatever and whomever he wants with impunity. He has already torn Pandora from one home and now he threatens to destroy another. When he turns his wrath upon Atlantis, Pandora flees with the Titan…

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Cover Art Reveal | Song of the Leviathan by Rebekah Teller

Rebekah Teller is a great friend of mine, and one of the most talented authors I’ve come across. I love poetry, and hers is absolutely amazing. A true wordsmith who knows the power of language and the effective use of it. I have beta read this collection (though I don’t think I’ve told her that…

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Review | The Faerie Hounds of York – Arden Powell

About the Book England, 1810. The north is governed by a single rule. Faerie will take as it pleases.  William Loxley is cursed. A pale and monstrous creature haunts his dreams, luring him from London to the desolate, grey landscape of his forgotten childhood. There, it will use him to open a door to Faerie—a…

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Review | Under Ordshaw – Phil Williams

About the Book Welcome to Ordshaw. Don’t look down. Pax is one rent cheque away from the unforgiving streets of Ordshaw. After her stash is stolen, her hunt for the thief unearths a book of nightmares and a string of killers, and she stands to lose much more than her home. There’s something lurking under…

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Review | Witchmark – C.L. Polk

About the Book In an original world reminiscent of Edwardian England in the shadow of a World War, cabals of noble families use their unique magical gifts to control the fates of nations, while one young man seeks only to live a life of his own. Magic marked Miles Singer for suffering the day he…

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Review | Psycho Killers in Love – C.T. Phipps

About the Book What if all the villains of slasher movies were real? What if the movies made about them were just adaptations of real-life killers with supernatural powers? This is a fact known to William and Carrie because their father, Billy the Undying, was one of the worst slashers of all time. So much…

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Review |The Mark of Things Unwanted – Alex Clifford

About the Book Cinn will never die.  It should have made him powerful.  It didn’t.  On the run, being hunted by a cruel princess trying to discover the secrets of his immortality, and chased by wild beasts who want to feast on him for eternity, Cinn would do anything to be safe. Including allying himself…

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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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