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Book Review: Jack Be Quick by Benjamin Thomas

Book Review: Jack Be Quick by Benjamin Thomas

Occasionally I try to reach outside my normal reading genres and try something different. My comfort genres are of course Fantasy, Sci-Fi and YA. My favorite local bookstore recommended this book, Jack be Quick, by fellow Connecticut author Benjamin Thomas. I will be completely honest, I think it is the first thriller I have ever …

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New! Short Story Anthology from Owl Hollow Press

New! Short Story Anthology from Owl Hollow Press

Coming this fall from Owl Hollow Press, my short story “Red Sneakers” will be published in the anthology Under the Full Moon’s Light: This anthology will explore stories that all feature the full moon, and I’m excited to be a part of it!  I normally don’t write short stories, but decided to take a break …

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Book Review: Coiled by H.L. Burke

Book Review: Coiled by H.L. Burke

What a magical book!  I was really excited to read this book, because it’s a retelling of a Greek myth–but it’s entirely unique, and very well-told. I recently interviewed H.L. Burke on my blog as part of her Coiled release blog tour, and the book will be available on June 15, 2017. A twist on …

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Coiled Blog Tour & Author Interview by H.L. Burke

Coiled Blog Tour & Author Interview by H.L. Burke

Welcome to the first stop on the Coiled Blog Tour!  We’ve got some great stuff leading up to the Coiled release! Welcome to the Coiled blog tour: a collection of posts celebrating the release of the new YA Mythological Romance from Uncommon Universes Press and author, H. L. Burke. Via the links below you will …

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Indie Author In-Person Event: How To

Indie Author In-Person Event: How To

Over the past few years, I’ve been participating in and experimenting with in-person events to promote my fantasy series the Arcera Trilogy. After doing my taxes this past February, I discovered that these events were actually where the majority of my sales came from last year, so this year, I decided to book more events. …

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Book Review: The Waterfall Traveler by S.J. Lem

Book Review: The Waterfall Traveler by S.J. Lem

Go ahead, judge this book by its cover! The world behind it is just as intriguing and mysterious as the cover will lead you to believe.  Ri just wants to cure her adoptive father Samuel, but two chance encounters in the woods lead her on a wild journey through worlds she never knew–and Samuel and …

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Sylvia in the Wilds Short Story

Sylvia in the Wilds Short Story

In the Arcera Trilogy, Sylvia Thorne discovers just what happens when the first war in a thousand years breaks out.  But before that, she was just a Rider, spending her days traveling through the wilds between the Four Cities. Right before the first book Meadowcity, she gets stuck in Lightcity, waiting for a package to …

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A Prequel Adventure

A Prequel Adventure

Before the first war in a thousand years, Sylvia Thorne was just a normal sixteen-year old girl, who happened to have one of the most dangerous jobs in the Four Cities. Now that I wrote that above line, I’m convinced I need to add it to the description below…  Anyway, you get the idea.  You’re …

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New Year’s: Done

New Year’s: Done

Like many others, I can’t help but look back on 2016 and look forward on 2017.  I think it’s beginning to be a blog tradition for me, anyway. 2016 was a crazy year for me.  Crazy fast and crazy amazing.  And I can’t wait for what this next one brings! It started off with a …

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A Rift Between Cities, The Arcera Trilogy

A Rift Between Cities, The Arcera Trilogy

I can’t believe it’s finally here! Available now on Amazon From the first notes, sketches and doodles, to a complete trilogy in four years.  Has it really been that long? A Rift Between Cities concludes what Governor Sorin Greyling started in Meadowcity…the first war in a thousand years. Now, it sounds poetic, “the first war …

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