Her most recent assignment seems routine. If she succeeds, she could lose the only thing she loves…
CE 2644. Alys Xoticos-Quinn is lucky to be alive. Sentenced to death for a justifiable crime, she’s instead magically compelled to solve problems for the despotic Union. But when her latest mission uncovers government corruption and possessed residents, the political fallout could claim her son… and her life.
Barely surviving a vicious attack from the Wendigo, a legendary spirit of eternal hunger, Alys teams up with a mysterious mage partner. But as the two search for clues to the terrifying possessions, Alys’s enemies are determined to make certain this is her last job. And if she can’t get to the truth in time, the next Wendigo assault may be fatal. Can Alys protect her son and smash a sinister conspiracy before she loses everything?
Continue reading “Freedom’s Knife (Justiciar’s Redemption Book 1) by Daphne Moore” →
No longer part of the United States, in 2071 the Sovereign Republic of Texas remains bound by the Outer Space Treaty it inherited.
Theia Rhodos stands ready to free humanity from the shackles that keep lunar resources out of her reach. Done taking “no” for an answer, she acts boldly, ready to sacrifice everything.
Only the gods of scarcity, woe and lament stand in her way.
Everything in life has a cost. And a price.
Continue reading “Book Review: Promethea Invicta by Monalisa Foster” →
I met Heather on a writing site, and I fell in love with her writing right away. She always has good advice and she is very nice. She writes wonderful fantasy stories, and if you have young people in your life, you should pick them up one of her books. You won’t be disappointed. She and I had a lot of fun together doing book reviews for The Naked Reviewers, and I enjoy her take on the books I read.
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All eighteen-year-old Ri wants is to cure her adoptive father Samuel from his hallucination-inducing illness. Everyone in her village tells her it’s impossible. But when she meets two newcomers in the forest—a gruff rogue with a vendetta against the gods and a charming fugitive with the power to travel through water—she’ll be torn away from Samuel and swept across the sea to an oppressed city governed by a ruthless tyrant. Once there, she’ll not only have to confront Samuel’s unlawful past, but a vicious evil that threatens all mankind.
In this tale of bravery, friendship, and unexpected love, Ri must discover her own strength to save the men she cares for.
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With her armies defeated, Queen Nouei’s enemies march north to capture her. The earth god’s only hope is to alter history before they arrive. To become stronger she must restart her divine journey by reincarnating as Bridget Blade. But what if Bridget doesn’t want to be a god?
All Bridget wants is a simple life with love and family. But she is confronted by a destiny she doesn’t even understand and burdened by powers and impulses she struggles to control. Bridget must choose a path that leads her to Nouei or, must force the Queen to settle for Bridget’s modest ambitions.
Two women, two destinies, one life. Who will prevail?
Continue reading “Book Review: The Clay Queen (The Children of Clay Book 1)” →
I’m going to start this year’s mixed genre author interview series with Elise Edmonds. If you have young adults in your house, it can be hard to get them into reading for pleasure. Give them one of Elise’s books. She will take them on a ride that will turn them into book lovers for the rest of their lives. She writes in her spare time, giving others a peek through enchanting doorways. Continue reading “Author Interview – Elise Edmonds” →
You like to read great Science Fiction and Fantasy? Dawn Chapman is your author. She has a team of excellent writers, editors, and consultants who work together over at TSK Productions to create The Secret King. She loves raising koi and stays busy writing scripts and working on her house when she isn’t working on her novel series. Continue reading “Author Interview – Dawn Chapman” →