The Wandering Land by Jamie Killen

Five strangers are drawn into a weird village which magically appears in Arizona. A private world, complete with village and forest, appears in a city. Only a few chosen people can see it and enter. Drawn together, they explore and discover they can change the world with acts of creativity: writing a story, painting a

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Tempus Investigations by Claus Holm

It’s your basic paranormal detective mystery. The somewhat convoluted introduction tells us this story is intended to be like a TV series, though you could ignore this quite happily. The book is divided into four sorta-independent episodes and the tone is slightly cheesy. Other than that, it doesn’t much resemble a TV series. The basic

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Review: A Lady’s Guide to Selling Out by Sally Franson

            Synopsis: A brilliant young woman navigates a tricky twenty-first-century career—and the trickier question of who she wants to be—in this savagely wise debut novel in the tradition of The Devil Wears Prada.  Casey Pendergast is losing her way. Once a book-loving English major, Casey lands a job at a top

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Review: Savage Liberty by Eliot Pattison

          Synopsis: The fifth installation of Eliot Pattison’s Bone Rattler series follows the exiled Scotsman Duncan McCallum to the stepping-stones of the American Revolution Acclaimed author Eliot Pattison continues his Bone Rattler series as Duncan McCallum is drawn into dark intrigue surrounding the Sons of Liberty in this gripping thriller set in the

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Review: Love and Ruin by Paula Mclain

              Synopsis: The bestselling author of The Paris Wife returns to the subject of Ernest Hemingway in a novel about his passionate, stormy marriage to Martha Gellhorn—a fiercely independent, ambitious young woman who would become one of the greatest war correspondents of the twentieth century In 1937, twenty-eight-year-old Martha travels alone

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Woman Up To No Good: Dark Speculative Fiction (Guest Post): Kickstarter Campaign &SugarTooth

Today I am sharing a guest post from Joanne at Upper Rubber Boot Books. The kickstarter campaign for their two anthologies of woman’s fiction starts tomorrow and if you get on board at the very beginning there will be some early bird rewards to gain too. Joanne Merriam has started this campaign to ensure that……

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Review: The R.E.M. Project by J.M. Lanham

        Synopsis: The most powerful psychological weapon ever created has been unleashed. A weapon the government is willing to kill for. A weapon Big Pharma refuses to acknowledge. A weapon that’s only a prescription away. It’s been six months since the release of Asteria Pharmaceutical’s groundbreaking sleeping pill, and already, profits are

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