• Review: Love Poems: Are You The One? by Steve Ryan

    Review: Love Poems: Are You The One? by Steve Ryan

    Love Poems: Are You The One? is a collection of heartfelt poetry written by musician -poet Steve Ryan, and the second such themed collection published on Amazon by the author, this time on the subject...

  • New All-In-One Indie Author Toolbar From SPR is Completely Free

    New All-In-One Indie Author Toolbar From SPR is Completely Free

    Self-Publishing Review has designed an all-in-one toolbar for indie authors – and it’s completely free with no signup, membership or ads! The toolbar is a series of resources for self-publ...

  • Review: Recognize Them! by Zane Safrit

    Review: Recognize Them! by Zane Safrit

    Recognize Them: 52 Ways to Recognize Your Employees In Ways They Value* Including Your Bosses by Zane Safrit, the CEO of a thriving business with years of entrepreneurial experience, is a can-do manua...

  • SPR Announces Horror, Sci-Fi, Fantasy Awards For Indie Writers

    SPR Announces Horror, Sci-Fi, Fantasy Awards For Indie Writers

    Self-Publishing Review today announced a Halloween contest, The SPR Full Moon Awards 2014.  Horror, sci-fi and fantasy categories are open for entries from the end of August until October 1st, 2014 to...

  • Review: Decay by Mark Lingane

    Review: Decay by Mark Lingane

    In the war-torn future, in the only known pocket of existence left for humanity, a war for supremacy between cyborgs with their technological dominance and humans, some with newly-discovered near-magi...

Book Reviews

The Forgotten Pharoah Giveaway!

The Forgotten Pharoah

Julie Gerber isn’t thrilled to be pulled out of school her senior year to follow her parents halfway around the world to unearth a lost pyramid. However, when the cute British guy and the mysterious financier of their project both fight for her attention, things start to get interesting. The pharaoh known as Djedefre was cursed for the murder of ... Read More »

Review: The Memory Hunter by Jon Konrath

The Memory Hunter by Jon Konrath

In the far-flung future of 2007, in a world that never quite recovered from a Cold War which didn’t stay cold, where Japan seized the global economy and the world went in the direction that novelists predicted decades ago, society now relies on commercial brain implants – artificial memories that afford skills and knowledge to the owner to give them ... Read More »

Review: Illusive Intrusion by Tomasz Chrusciel

Illusive Intrusion

The cover and blurb for Illusive Intrusion by Tomasz Chrusciel are intriguing. Sisters Bianka and Niamh are offered a trip of a lifetime. Two weeks at a luxurious hotel on Gran Canaria. Niamh is invited for a modeling gig and since she’s underage, her older sister, Bianka, is her chaperone. The shoot is supposed to last a few days and ... Read More »

Review: High Andes by Rolf Margenau

High Andes

High Andes is an international thriller with an ambitious and beautiful setting across times. The third book in the Wylie Cypher series, Rolf Margenau’s adventure follows Cypher through his “midlife crisis”, his marriage crumbling and his mind set on a trek across the White Mountains of Peru (the Cordillera Blanca) with his daughter, Mercy, stumbling into the depths of the effects ... Read More »

Review: When All Balls Drop: The Upside of Losing Everything by Heidi Siefkas

WhenAllBallsDrop Cover

How can a devastating accident end up leaving you in a better place in life? This is the key question author Heidi Siefkas tries to answer from her personal perspective through her inspirational memoir When All Balls Drop: The Upside of Losing Everything. A candid recollection of events arranged from memories and diaries, Siefkas writes about her experiences of physical ... Read More »

Review: Here, There, Everywhere by Peter Dunkley

Here, There, Everywhere

Peter Dunkley was going to become a lawyer when he fell in love and gave it all up – and then gave all that up – for a life of travel and adventure, starting in Bombay in the 1950s. Now retired, Peter’s book Here, There, Everywhere is a charming memoir on a road less traveled by an Englishman abroad, finding ... Read More »