‘Blind Side of the Moon’ by Blayne Cooper

Dreams haunt Samantha Blackwell. At seventeen, she carries a heavy emotional load. She has a deadbeat father who only shows up when he wants something and no memory of the mother who died when Samantha was a toddler. At least she’s had her loving grandparents, Leola and Thomas Christos, to care for her, but their… read more

‘Walk-in’ by T.L. Hart

If you like your mysteries filled with red herrings, twists, and turns, you’ll be thoroughly entertained by this book… read more

'Waycaller' by D.J. McPhee

Jack Gordon thinks he’s going mad. The same thing happened to his mother, who believed in magic (and elves and dragons and monsters). Jack is understandably ashamed of his mother’s madness, and of the terrible crime she committed years earlier, before disappearing from his life forever…. read more

'Hellmaw: Of the Essence' by Gabrielle Harbowy

This novel is only the beginning of a longer story. From the first page, the reader is pulled into a fascinating logic game—what is this world, how did I enter it, how did these characters come to be? And then, as the story  progresses, and some of the more rudimentary plot details are made clear,… read more

'True Religion' by J.L. Weinberg

Man’s eternal quest for a higher power and spiritual enlightenment is at the center of J.L. Weinberg’s genre-bending debut, True Religionread more