Tag: fiction

A Review of Bloody Sheets By Andrew Rausch

Book: Bloody Sheets Author: Andrew Rausch Publisher: Close to the Bone (an imprint of Gritfiction, LTD) Availability: Amazon Author Social Media & Blog: Andrew Rausch Twitter Overall Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Stars Overall Summary DeRay “Coke” Cokely is on a mission. After his estranged son is brutally lynched in Gibson Alabama by members of […]

Review of Her Name is Mercie by Chris Roy

Book:  Her Name is Mercie Author:  Chris Roy Publisher:  Near to the Knuckle Publishing Availability:  Amazon Author Website and Social Media:  Unjust Element  Twitter  Facebook GoodReads Overall Rating 4.5 Stars Overall Summary: Her Name is Mercie is a collection of short stories written by Chris Roy and illustrated by Craig Douglas.  The stories include the […]

The Inspirations Behind Psi-Tech: An Interview with Jacey Bedford

Jacey Novacon

Question #1:  What (or possibly who, if any) inspired the character of Ben Benjamin in your Psi-Tech Universe? There are three books in the Psi-Tech trilogy: EMPIRE OF DUST / CROSSWAYS / NIMBUS. With the release of NIMBUS on 3rd October 2017, the trilogy is complete. Reska (Ben) Benjamin is one of two main characters. He’s […]

Five Things I Wish I Had Known Before I Started To Write (Crime) Fiction

Five Things I Wish I Had Known Before I Started To Write (Crime) Fiction

By Tony Knighton 1. You don’t need to ask permission. I’ve always been a reader. I thought about writing something of my own, most often while reading stories or books that were poorly written, but for decades I didn’t. Once I got around to it, I realized I’d been waiting for someone or something to […]

The Emerald Musings “5 Things I Wish I Had Known” Series Begins in April

The Emerald Musings 5 Things I Wish I Had Known Series Begins in April

Greetings, Everyone! Since I’ve managed to get some wonderful guest post contributions over the years, I decided to go to the well again and see what I could get.  And you ladies and gentlemen certainly didn’t disappoint!  So, starting in April, we’re featuring a new guest post on every Friday that follows the theme of […]

A Review of The Daddy Track by Allison Leigh, Illustrated by Mayu Takayama

 The Daddy Track

Overall Summary: When Nate’s friend and colleague dies in an accident after replacing Nate on a business trip, Nate is determined to make amends with his family and gain some sort of atonement.  He offers to help out his friend’s sister, Jordan, who is busy raising a pair of twins and running a cafe.  As their […]

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