Like Scary Stories? Dark Visions Needs ARC Readers!

On October 15th, our (I’ll tell you who we are in a minute) newest horror anthology, Dark Visions, will go live on Amazon. That means we’re looking for ARC (advanced review copy) readers to read it early and have a review ready to post on Amazon come release day (or shortly after). We are the…

Now Available: The Project Ancora Audiobook!

Attention audiobook fans! Project Ancora is now available on Audible, Amazon, and maybe iTunes by now, and that means the ENTIRE Project Renovatio series now exists in ebook, paperback, and audiobook formats! My narrator, Grace Sylvan, did a fantastic job with this and all three books. She has a gift for capturing emotion and humor…

Should Writers Cater to Readers?

When we fiction writers put pen to paper or finger to keyboard or, I dunno, bloody toothpick to cocktail napkin, we are likely writing a story that 1. We enjoy in our heads enough to write it into reality, and 2. We hope others will enjoy as well. Lifelong readers have come to expect certain…

The A-Z Bookbag: Z is for Zoo City

Hey, look at that! It’s Day Z, the last day of the A-Z challenge. I hope the past month has offered some interesting titles to add to your list. Our final Bookbag title, Zoo City by Lauren Beukes, is a unique way to end the series. It features Zinzi, a young lady living in a…

The A-Z Bookbag: Y is for Yesterday’s Thief

Today’s Bookbag title is a sci-fi thriller that combines time travel, mind reading, and good doses of humor. Yesterday’s Thief by Al Macy is the first part of a series, all featuring a private investigator named Eric Beckman. This book is set in 2020, when self-driving cars, medical technology that allows for super-fast recovery, and…

The A-Z Bookbag: X is for Extracted

I know, Extracted by R.R. Haywood doesn’t technically start with X, but considering the number of books that do start with X is basically none, I adopted Goodreads’s guideline for its alphabetical reading challenge lists. You only need an X in the title. And I wanted to read one I would probably enjoy. Side note…