#BookReview of The Black Coats by Colleen Oakes

Thea hasn’t been the same since her cousin and best friend, Natalie, was found murdered. She spends her days alone and angry, no longer doing any of the things she once loved so much. When she receives a mysterious invitation… Read more

Life in the Age of Pompeii by Charline Ratcliff is FREE Today and Tomorrow, Feb. 21 & 22!

Hello, my wonderful readers! I love keeping you all informed on book-related news and updates, so I’m sharing a FREE BOOK with you today! Multi-genre author Charline Ratcliff’s Historical Fiction novel, Life in the Age of Pompeii, is FREE to… Read more

#BookReview of One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus

Five teens are sent to detention for the same reason: Having cell phones in class. Each student knows it’s a setup, but the teacher isn’t buying it. When one of the students has a tragic allergy attack, the remaining teens… Read more

Book Review of A Danger to Herself and Others by Alyssa Sheinmel

Hannah suddenly finds herself institutionalized and confined to a small hospital room. She knows there must be some mistake. She’d never hurt her best friend and dorm roommate Agnes. But Agnes is in a coma and Agnes’s parents are blaming… Read more

I Swear It Was Just Research #GuestPost by Multi-Genre #Author Robert Germaux and FREE Detective Novel

Multi-genre Indie author Robert Germaux is back with another interesting and insightful guest post. Robert is currently promoting his thrilling detective novel, Small Talk. Today (Feb. 8) is the final day of his FREE eBook download on Amazon, so please… Read more

Book Review of We Hope for Better Things by Erin Bartels

Reporter, Elizabeth Balsam, receives a mysterious call from James Rich asking her to meet him for lunch. James has an old camera and some photos that he wants Elizabeth to return to her elderly aunt Nora – an aunt that… Read more

#BookReview of The 7 ½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton

Aiden Bishop must solve the murder of Evelyn Hardcastle at Blackheath Mansion, but he will inhabit eight different “hosts” during an eight-day period in order to do this. That’s the basic gist of this confusing, rambling, convoluted tale that ended… Read more