Always Here by S.L. Mauldin Review

A story that begins as a young woman’s dream of becoming a musical theatre star begins with a local high school production turns into an emotional story of painful secrets, things that are not always what they appear, and shocking loss in author S.L. Mauldin’s novel “Always Here”.

Again, But Better by Christine Riccio Review

A young woman yearning to follow her dreams and overcome her shy nature finds herself far outside her bubble and struggling with new friendships, possible romances and a road very few travel in author Christine Riccio’s novel, “Again, but Better”.

The Line Between by Tosca Lee Review

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. A young woman learning to adjust to society after escaping a doomsday cult finds herself in the fight of her life when a plague breaks out and begins infecting the world in author Tosca […]

Reality (Imagine #2) by Jenna Greene Review

The world of Oren faces a new danger as anti-magic rhetoric and a mission to return a friend home make Kat Bowers and the other Elementals lives more in peril than ever before in author Jenna Greene’s Reality, book number 2 in the Imagine series.

Imagine by Jenna Greene Review

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own. Author Jenna Greene brings a dangerous, exhilarating and emotional fantasy to life in the novel Imagine, the first of the Imagine series. Here is the synopsis. The Synopsis A fierce wind and a blast […]

Author Interview with Francis Moss

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into writing? I’ve always written. I remember sitting at my parent’s Underwood and typing out stories, probably about dogs, cats or spacemen. In college, I wrote for the school paper and a couple of local papers, the Berkeley Barb and the San Francisco […]