Month: April 2018

Demon King By Erik Henry Vick

Demon King by Erik Henry Vick Published by Ratatoskr Publishing on March 30, 2018 Pages: 650 Goodreads Ancient evils lurk in the Western New York town of Oneka Falls, and they are hungry. Only three children have encountered them and lived. Psyches fractured, each child has survived as best they could—wrapped in fantasy, the comfort of amnesia, or the silence of isolation When those evils intrude on their lives a second time, it sets a chain of events in action that can only end in destruction. But who will be destroyed, the children or the ancient evils that plague...

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The Game:  Beta Testing   By:  A.  Dalcourt

The Game:  Beta Testing   By:  A.  Dalcourt   When we think about education and high school, our minds often picture studying and sitting through classroom lectures.  However, perhaps the most exciting things which happen for most students in high school occur outside of the classroom.  Indeed, the many clubs and teams which are offered in schools are frequently the memories which people will recall the best and the most fondly.  One such activity which garners a lot of interest and keen excitement in most schools is the Drama Club.  In her novel, The Game:  Beta Testing, A. Dalcourt captures...

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Shadowland: A Tale From The Dark Ages By: C.M. Gray

Shadowland: A Tale From The Dark Ages by C.M. Gray on June 26, 2008 Goodreads We grow up with the Legend of King Arthur... but where did he come from? Who was Merlin? What part did the Druids play in bringing Arthur to his round table? This is the story that came before, when Britain was just a Shadowland. On the night of Midwinter's Eve, a storyteller takes his listeners back to the Dark Ages and a tale from his youth. `I have lived more years than I can remember, probably more than the sum of all your years...

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God is a Bedlamite By: Katie Salvo

God Is a Bedlamite by Katie Salvo Published by Creators Publishing on October 20, 2016 Genres: Fiction, Historical, Romance, General, Biography & Autobiography, Philosophers Pages: 297 Goodreads Some souls one will never discover, unless one invents them first — Friedrich Nietzsche   History has judged Elisabeth Forster-Nietzsche to have been the most damning influence on Friedrich Nietzsche’s memory and philosophical contributions. She stands condemned of distorting his works through forgery and willful misinterpretation of his philosophies to better suit her anti-Semitic agenda. There is no doubt that Elisabeth’s stance on, and response to, “The Jewish Question” was devastatingly reprehensible,...

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How Can Book Bloggers Help Indie Authors?

 How Can Book Bloggers Help Indie Authors? There can be very little doubt that writing a novel and having it published are very difficult things to accomplish.  This takes skill, determination, hard work, and some good old-fashioned luck!  Also, traditional publishers are very particular about the work they accept and it is notoriously difficult to land a deal with an established book publisher.  In response to these factors, many writers have turned to the world of independent publishing.  If others are not willing to take a chance on their novel…then they will publish it themselves!  Enter the realm of...

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