Hero Haters by Ken MacQueen

Ken MacQueen’s Hero Haters is a suspense thriller that will pull you to the edge of your seat and keep you there. Somewhere in the United States is a man with a grudge against so-called “heroes,” and he has a particular one that he has his eye on. But first, he’ll make people disappear and perform “heroic acts” to prove they are “worthy” of the … Continue reading Hero Haters by Ken MacQueen

My Sister, My Self by Nikki Stark

Have you ever wondered how your sister has influenced your life? Do you ever stop to think – how do they actually influence your life? I mean, besides annoying the ever-living daylights out of you? Whether it be “borrowing” your favorite clothing or simply wanting to tag along, the author has compiled information to reflect on this crucial relationship. She looks at how the sisters’ … Continue reading My Sister, My Self by Nikki Stark

Sky Curse By Janet Kravetz

Sky Curse is the first book in Janet Kravetz’s genre-blurring The Chosen Five series. In this sci-fi dystopian-themed novel, the author takes readers into the not-so-distant future, where humanity has brought Earth to its knees. Climate change is rampant and the dangerous weather is unpredictable. The population has overwhelmed the planet, and humans are using advanced technology to “evolve”—into cyborgs. Not only that, but AI … Continue reading Sky Curse By Janet Kravetz

The Best Fiction Is Real

A controversial title? For sure. Want to know why we are telling you this? Then read on. Imagine a dangerous chase scene. The main characters under fire, running on an open field, and somehow, every single bullet the the villains shoot, misses. Odd, you think, but it’s fiction, right? Right. The scene carries on at full pace, the descriptions are exhilarating, and it seems like … Continue reading The Best Fiction Is Real

Write What Needs To Be Written

Many times, writers, in an attempt to “ride the wave” of a certain genre, write a book, or several, about a popular theme, in an attempt to reach “success faster”. This tactic is a sure way to fail IF: These factors when present, however, won’t guarantee success in the long-run in this case, much the contrary. Why do I say this? After reviewing hundreds of books at Scribble’s … Continue reading Write What Needs To Be Written

Social Media & Book Marketing (Emag 17th Ed)

Book marketing is one of the, if not THE biggest challenge authors of indie books face in their daily lives, and social media is still a great tool to make cheap book marketing, yet many don’t know how to use it. SO! We invited some of the authors we noticed that are using social media to their advantage in creative ways, such as Lee Hall, … Continue reading Social Media & Book Marketing (Emag 17th Ed)

Abigail by Daemon Manx

Abigail is an unexpected gift, not just for the short story’s protagonist Adrian, but also to the reader. This short story is a capsule of well written captivation! From the very beginning, the reader is welcomed into the world of Adrian and just when you begin to get comfortable, you are jarred from your seat as the world takes a sharp turn in the best … Continue reading Abigail by Daemon Manx

Thunder Dog by Michael Hingson with Susy Flory

Thunder Dog by Michael Hingson with Susy Flory is the true story of a blind man and his guide dog. This book is going to take you back to the day the towers fell – September 11, 2001. Michael Hingson is going to share his experiences of that day and more. Shedding light on the thoughts that ran through not just his head, but another’s … Continue reading Thunder Dog by Michael Hingson with Susy Flory

Makeup Tips from Auschwitz: How Vanity Saved my Mother’s Life by Tommy Schnurmacher

When you hear the word “memoir” you don’t think “hilarious”. However, that is exactly what you get with this book. The chapters fly past you before you know it, but each one holds something truly memorable. From the mother sharing pieces of her past to comparing herself to a famous actress from back in the day. Makeup Tips from Auschwitz: How Vanity Saved my Mother’s … Continue reading Makeup Tips from Auschwitz: How Vanity Saved my Mother’s Life by Tommy Schnurmacher

Descendants of Avalon by J. Lynn Else

I went into this book completely blind. I have never read this author before and I was captivated from the first page to the very last page. Descendants of Avalon takes the reader on a journey, literally, with 4 close knit friends who have no idea where life is taking them. Mei, Beth, Genie, and Whit are all best friends and they are the type … Continue reading Descendants of Avalon by J. Lynn Else