Ryan’s Robot by Brian Kacica

Plastics’ are attempting to infiltrate human society in insidious ways, and a few astute people aren’t having it in Ryan’s Robot, which moves between real people and the robots which...

Clifford’s Spiral by Gerald Everett Jones

Clifford Klovis has a stroke at the very beginning of Clifford’s Spiral, and you can sense right away that you are in for one of the most original, satisfying literary works of the year. Standi...

Jeremy Austin and the Paladin by Rod C. Spence

Jeremy Austin and the Paladin is young adult sci-fi thriller writing at its best: an exceptionally fast-paced story of mystery and magic revolving around technology’s drive and dangers. This co...

Through Each Other’s Eyes by Aleena Ashe

Through Each Other’s Eyes represents historical romance at its best as it probes the life and times of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy, who are frustrated with each other and uncertain about the ...

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Two til Midnight by Bernard L. Dillard

  Book Promo Video for Two ‘Til Midnight from BL Dillard on Vimeo. Avenging angels vie with demonic creatures to either carry out or try to thwart the will of no less than Almighty God in t...

Serpents of Old by Kirk Millson

Serpents of Old is a novel steeped in Southwest atmosphere and mystery,. Author Kirk Millson’s familiarity with Arizona and Mexico’s byways (albeit now changed by growth and technology) le...

Plum Rains on Happy House by Michael Greco

Review by Diane Donovan Plum Rains on Happy House is set in Japan, where an odd kind of boarding house containing a strange cast of characters engages a Westerner, Lawrence Thornberry (called ‘t...

Deliberate Deception by Joe Porrazzo

Review by Cy Young, Publishers Daily Reviews Great writers are often measured by reviewers using a literary yardstick of sorts. In “The Art of Dramatic Writing,” Lajos Egri applies a mathematical ...

Five Fathoms Beneath by J.R. Alcyone

Alexandros Serafeim is a celebrated pediatric cardiothoracic surgeon in Perth, Australia, the land down under. He is entrenched firmly at the pinnacle of his hospital’s staff and quite literally sav...

Formula Q by Alexander Charalambides

Hard-charging jetcar driver Vittoria Tarno and her intrepid racing team Goofé Troupé take their legendary racing prowess to Mars in this heart-stopping, totally cinematic look at next-gen interplane...

Strutting and Fretting by Kevin McKeon

The complicated life of a repertory theatre actor takes center stage in the extremely well-written novel Strutting and Fretting by debut author Kevin McKeon. Opening in the 1970s resort town of Santa...

Beat Bop: A Varian Pike Mystery by Jack DeWitt

“Five-Plus Stars to Beat Bop” – Publishers Daily Reviews Smooth jazz-loving private investigator Varian Pike meets enlightened, poetry-quoting thief Ronnie Hayes at the very beginning of the...

The Separation by Thomas Duffy

Finn is a confused young man. And for good reason. He lives on a world in the distant future where the sexes have been separated for the first 22 years of their lives, supposedly for the greater good ...

Flying Jenny by Theasa Tuohy

  Laura Bailey doesn’t want much. Just a front page byline in her New York City tabloid about something more substantial than the quality of the finger sandwiches at a Ladies Auxiliary lunc...

Emergence by dhtreichler

Immortals are starting to multiply despite the best efforts of the ACLU and concerned citizenry in this exceptional finish to dhtreichler’s Ghost in the Machine trilogy. In this book, Sage Washing...

Barely Human by dhtreichler

Sage Washington is back for a return engagement as an immortal CEO in this remarkable sequel to dhtreichler’s earlier novel, Ghost In the Machine.  Transitioned into a twenty-year-old version o...