Author Spotlight: Bryna Butler

Bryna Butler is a journalism-trained writer having authored dozens of articles and financial publications before taking the leap into fiction in 2011. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications from the University of Rio Grande where she received the Outstanding Communications Student Award for her graduating class. Her first book, Of Sun & Moon, skyrocketed to number one on Kindle top free charts in … Continue reading Author Spotlight: Bryna Butler

Wrong Side Of The Grave

When Eric Jansen takes a seat behind his drums, every girl in the place takes notice. Not that he’s surprised. He’s had decades to practice. The guy is almost perfect. Still, there’s that one tiny thing… Eric Jansen is an alien. Offworlder. Take me to your leader, fall from the sky, space invading, phoning home, UFO jockey. A swipe of the tattoo on Eric’s arm … Continue reading Wrong Side Of The Grave

Meet The Author: Laura Nicolle Taylor

Lauren Nicolle Taylor lives in the lush Adelaide Hills. The daughter of a Malaysian nuclear physicist and an Australian scientist, she was expected to follow a science career path, attending Adelaide University and completing a Health Science degree with Honours in obstetrics and gynaecology. She then worked in health research for a short time before having her first child. Due to their extensive health issues, … Continue reading Meet The Author: Laura Nicolle Taylor

Nora and Kettle by Lauren Nicolle Taylor

What if Peter Pan was a homeless kid just trying to survive, and Wendy flew away for a really good reason? Seventeen-year-old Kettle has had his share of adversity. As an orphaned Japanese American struggling to make a life in the aftermath of an event in history not often referred to—the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II and the removal of children from … Continue reading Nora and Kettle by Lauren Nicolle Taylor

In All My Wishes Review

Ciara Knight has once again stolen my heart with a story about Riverbend. I really think I want to relocate there because of all the wonderful people there that she has created in books. But this story is one where one must learn to let go of the pass, learn to trust, and just maybe wished do come true. Anna is returning to Riverbend for … Continue reading In All My Wishes Review

Meet the Author: Jackie Mae

Jackie Mae is an award-winning author. She writes in several genres including new adult, women’s fiction, contemporary romance, paranormal, mystery/thriller/suspense, science fiction, and juvenile fiction for the middle grade. In the “If…” series, what-ifs will be taken to a whole new level. What if you knew your future? What if you could change your destiny? What if you couldn’t? Faced with choices, what would you do? In … Continue reading Meet the Author: Jackie Mae

Virtual Blog Tour: If….Lost or Found

“If,” could mean different things to different people. If—I were a better person. If—I were rich, thinner, or prettier. If—I were black, white, Asian, male or female, shorter or taller. If—I had been born to a different set of parents. If—I had more friends. If—I had a better job. If. That one little word can take you places or make you crazy… “I used to. … Continue reading Virtual Blog Tour: If….Lost or Found

A Fatal Family Secret Review

Samantha Marks uses the popular YA Fantasy genre to address many issues that face today’s youth. Samantha’s spin on young adult paranormal literature brings awareness to many issues such as bullying and cyber-bullying. This book is a great read which can be accomplished in one setting. I am already awaiting the next book in the series. Kayleigh is from a mixed ethnic identity which is … Continue reading A Fatal Family Secret Review

E.M. Rinaldi lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with her boyfriend, Milz, and their slightly psychotic pup, Boone. By day she is a Registered Radiologic Technologist taking pictures of mangled bones and by night she writes about all the bizarre situations her characters get themselves into while she was away. She is a Second Degree Blackbelt and can’t write a story without at least one fight … Continue reading