Riordan Returns with a Compelling Dual Narrative Historical Novel

Riordan Returns with a Compelling Dual Narrative Historical Novel

There is a sensate, sensuous eeriness about Fiercombe Manor (February 2015) by Kate Riordan that overshadows the trite plot line and enmeshes the reader into dark, tragic Gothic themes. Told in both first and third persons, this second novel explores and exploits the narrow, arcane views of women’s health, the mistreatment and misunderstanding of newly-birthed […]

Beautifully Written Romance about Loss, Love, and Second Chances

Beautifully Written Romance about Loss, Love, and Second Chances

Whether you love or hate tattoos, you’ll fall head-over-heels for tattoo artist Evan Downey in Jessica Lemmon’s latest contemporary romance, Bringing Home the Bad Boy (January 2015). Grief has consumed Evan and his son Lyon’s lives since the death of his wife. When a chance arises to move back to where Evan spent his childhood summer vacations, […]

Journalist Investigates the Science of Aging

Journalist Investigates the Science of Aging

Spring Chicken (Feburary 2015) written by investigative journalist Bill Gifford is a book about the far reaches of aging, culled from the latest science has to offer. Gifford goes to lengths to debunk the most prevalent myths surrounding the aging process by interviewing prominent scientific figures, all while attempting to answer the age-old questions: How […]

Author’s Unique Writing Style Puts a Fresh Spin on Courtroom Thrillers

Author’s Unique Writing Style Puts a Fresh Spin on Courtroom Thrillers

Director-screenwriter Alan Hruska, known for his work on several films, including Reunion (2009) and The Man on Her Mind (2014), is also the author of two legal thrillers. He brings his cinematic imagination to his most recent release, Pardon the Ravens (February 2015), a dramatic, edge-of-your-seat thriller. Hruska’s second novel begins in the fall of […]

MY SUNSHINE AWAY: Indie Next List Featured Debut

MY SUNSHINE AWAY: Indie Next List Featured Debut

The narrator of My Sunshine Away (February 2015) by M.O. Walsh does not give his name. Nor does he reveal the rapist or to whom his account is written until the very end. The reader is kept wondering throughout the 302 pages of this starkly revealing first novel whether it is a private diary, a […]

Blog Tour: Bestselling Author Discusses His Most Ambitious Novel Yet

Blog Tour: Bestselling Author Discusses His Most Ambitious Novel Yet

Follow-up to The Seven Sins: The Tyrant Ascending, Black Scorpion: The Tyrant Reborn is a new, action-packed adventure that takes The Tyrant on a worldwide human trafficking cabal. Five years have passed since Michael Tiranno saved the city of Las Vegas from a terrorist attack. And now a new enemy has surfaced in Eastern Europe in […]