On the Winds of Quasars (The Song of Kamaria #2) by T. A. Bruno

Today is my stop on the Storytellers on Tour blog tour for On the Winds of Quasars (The Song of Kamaria #2), the exciting sequel to T. A. Bruno’s In The Orbit of Sirens. Please take a look at the posts from some of the other tour hosts here. There is also a recap ofContinue reading “On the Winds of Quasars (The Song of Kamaria #2) by T. A. Bruno”

Indie Spotlight – Peter Hartog

Today I am welcoming Peter Hartog into the Indie Spotlight. Born and raised in Massachusetts, Peter has spent the second half of his life in the Deep South. Despite being an unapologetic damn Yankee, that hasn’t stopped him from appreciating mild winters, Southern hospitality, or SEC football. Peter has been an insurance professional for tooContinue reading “Indie Spotlight – Peter Hartog”

ARC Review: Thunder, Blood and Goats (A Tale of the Nine Worlds) by Lyra Wolf

Book Description Killing one measly dragon wasn’t supposed to be a problem.  It seemed like a good, if not practically heroic, choice to join Thor on a quick mission to rid the realm of Alfheim of a minor dragon infestation. It all goes wrong when Thor insists on bringing the goats. And then it getsContinue reading “ARC Review: Thunder, Blood and Goats (A Tale of the Nine Worlds) by Lyra Wolf”

Choir of the Damned (Book 3 of The Raincatcher’s Ballad) By Steven McKinnon

A girl with the power of a god. An assassin seeking vengeance. A world on the brink of war. After all the battles and devastation, Serena just wants a place to call home. Unable to trust her own mind after being overtaken by a demon, the last living Siren-born is desperate to finally stop itsContinue reading “Choir of the Damned (Book 3 of The Raincatcher’s Ballad) By Steven McKinnon”

Indie Spotlight – Jeffrey Speight

Today I would like to welcome fantasy author Jeffrey Speight to the Indie Spotlight! Jeffrey Speight’s love of fantasy goes back to an early childhood viewing of the cartoon version of The Hobbit, when he first met an unsuspecting halfling that would change Middle Earth forever. Finding his own adventuring party in middle school, JeffContinue reading “Indie Spotlight – Jeffrey Speight”

Cenotaphs by Rich Marcello

Welcome to the book tour for Cenotaphs by Rich Marcello! Read on for details and a chance to win a fantastic giveaway! Cenotaphs Publication Date: July 26th, 2021 Genre: Contemporary Fiction AFTER A CHANCE MEETING, AN OLD MAN AND A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN CHART AN UNCONVENTIONAL PATH FORWARD. When Ben Sanna, a contemplative retiree with a penchant forContinue reading “Cenotaphs by Rich Marcello”

Illustration Showcase – The Thirteenth Hour by Trudie Skies

Today on Illustration Showcase I am featuring the artwork from Trudie Skies latest novel: The Thirteenth Hour. Cruel gods rule the steam-powered city of Chime, demanding worship and tribute from their mortal subjects. Kayl lost her faith in them long ago, and now seeks to protect vulnerable and downtrodden mortals from their gods’ whims. But whenContinue reading “Illustration Showcase – The Thirteenth Hour by Trudie Skies”

Cover Reveal – The Living Waters by Dan Fitzgerald

Today I am excited to be sharing the cover of a new book from indie author Dan Fitzgerald – The Living Waters, the first in his latest duology, The Weirdwater Confluence. The Cover Reveal is organised by Storytellers on Tour – thank you to Justine and Timy for having me along! First lets meet theContinue reading “Cover Reveal – The Living Waters by Dan Fitzgerald”

The Coconut Wireless by Simon Michael Prior

Book Description When Simon and Fiona embark on a quest to track down the Queen of Tonga, they have no idea they’ll end up marooned on a desert island  No idea they’ll encounter an undiscovered tribe, rescue a drowning actress, learn jungle survival from a commando, and attend cultural ceremonies few Westerners have seen.  AsContinue reading “The Coconut Wireless by Simon Michael Prior”

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