Monthly Archives: November 2018

Iron Garland – The Heat Gets Turned Up

Iron Garland the Harbinger series By Jeff Wheeler Spoiler Alert!   Summary Wall Street Journal┬ábestselling author Jeff Wheeler continues his majestic Harbinger series in a world where motivations are as mysterious as magic. For three years, Sera Fitzempress has been … Continue reading

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Something Lost – a collection of Flash Fiction by LDS Beta Readers

Something Lost Spoiler Alert! ┬áBy Britney Gulbrandsen, Becca McColloch, M.C. Leavitt, Kaki Olsen, Anna Sapp, Joel Rees, Rebecca Palmer, Lauren Ritz, Whitney Hemsath, Deanna Young, Kurt Kammeyer, Kenneth Chamberlian, Sierra Wilson, Jean Newman and Jenny Rabe   Summary It’s said … Continue reading

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Writers of the Future vol. 34 – A Fantasy and Science Fiction Anthology

Writers of the Future vol. 34 Spoiler Alert!   Mara’s Shadow By Darci Stone Illustrated by Quintin Gleim Summary Mara’s Shadow draws on the mix of science and adventure found in the works of Michael Crichton and her husband’s phobia … Continue reading

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The Paramedic’s Second Chance – Love In Lavender

The Paramedic’s Second Chance A Hawthorne Harbor Romance By Elana Johnson Spoiler Alert!   Summary A widowed florist, her ten-year-old daughter, and the paramedic who delivered the girl a decade earlier… Love’s second chance on the beach! Paramedic Andrew Herrin … Continue reading

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Ghostsitter – How Hard Can It Be? They Don’t Need Snacks or Baths!

Ghostsitter By Shelly Brown Spoiler Alert!   Summary Tiffany Hart dreams of one thing, to be class president. But dreams turn to nightmares when she ends up almost dead in an abandoned slaughterhouse and develops the gift of ghost-seeing. Unfortunately … Continue reading

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