What are Beta Readers and Do You Need One?

If you’re an Indie author, you’ve probably had many moments where you began doubting your writing abilities. Going it alone means doing it with absolutely no guidance, advice, and some of those other perks trad authors might be fortunate enough… Read more

Review of Low Carb: 100 International Recipes by Craig Miller

I decided to put myself on a low carb diet several months ago after experiencing a variety of health issues. The results have been drastic. This book hits the nail on the head right from the start, in the intro…. Read more

Review of Alyssa and Dalton by Laurel Veil

High school senior Alyssa hasn’t had an easy life. Her dad died in a car accident, her sister ran away and now her mom has lost her battle with breast cancer. All Alyssa wants now is to avoid a persistent… Read more

Review of Sand-Witch on Rye by Molly Dox

  Katamara Wilson, aka Katy, is a not-so-typical wife living on the border of Not-So-Normal Town. Katy is a witch who is married to a “Normal”. Katy’s husband Chip is Not-So-Normal’s Police Chief and, together, they have a pretty ordinary… Read more

Review of Much to Do Before a Dog by Danny and Sheridan Blitz

The unique and adorable illustrations in this book caught my attention. Then, when I read that it’s based on a true story, I knew I had to grab it. Koda is a little girl, who tells readers that, by the… Read more