Do you believe in second chances? Megan Thomason’s novel, daynight, The Second Chance Institute (SCI) not only believes in second chances, but works diligently to provide them. However, what are their true motives and who is behind the organization? Are they simply altruistic or is there evil involved? Thomason’s young adult dystopian novel weaves a [...]
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Don’t you just hate it when you’re at a subway stop and you hear someone calling for help from the tunnel? Then when you venture into the tunnel to see what’s happening, you stumble upon a hideous monster. Okay, that hasn’t happened to me. But after reading Synthesis by J. A. MacLeod, I’m now terrified [...]
Peter Cawdron’s Galactic Exploration contains four novellas: Serengeti, Trixie & Me, Savannah, and War. All of the stories are loosely connected and deal with the exploration of the Milky Way. Like Christopher Columbus, the intrepid explorers set out in three ships, of course they are space ships. Unlike Columbus and his crews, every crew member [...]
“The universe, as we know it, was created as a result of an exercise of thought. In another dimension, far away from here…” Do you feel like escaping into a new world? Perrin Pring’s world in A Searcher Summoned (The Ryo Myths) is filled with lossals, ringers, zombies, dream searchers, Eoans, Afortiori, and the Chozen. [...]
I would classify this as a sci-fi thriller. The science fiction genre allows us to go anywhere we want and create anything we can imagine. Mr. Shields has successfully created an alternative earth where animals have been genetically altered to be human while retaining, to various degrees, their animal appearances and nature. Mr. Shields works [...]
I have invented a NEW, innovative way to self publish multimedia books
Self-publishing isn’t exactly the newest game in town for me; I’ve already self-published two ebooks. However, this time it’s personal, and I just gambled everything I have on a talent and a genre.
1. How did you come to self-publish? Did you try to get published traditionally? I chose to self-publish my new teen romance book, Defiance Rising, because I wanted control over my book. I wanted to use my talented sister-in-law to create my book cover as well as be able to control the price at which [...]
Back in January – mid-January to be exact – I posted about the changes to the pricing structure of my novels. I figured I’d update everyone and give all of you indie authors out there an idea if the pricing structure is working or not. The final analysis? Yes, it’s working. Working well, I might [...]