Saturday, 28 May 2016

Friday, 20 May 2016

Book Tour: Phantasma by Efthalia & CONTEST: Win Amazon Gift Cards




 
 

Title: Phantasma


Author: Efthalia


Genre: Fantasy / Paranormal Romance


Published: April 2016









Synopsis

One night’s transgression. A love unveiled. The in-escapable outcome of passion and vengeance.

Friday, 6 May 2016

Become an award-winning author (Book Award Contest)


Award-winning authors sell more books.
That is a well-known fact.

Many authors, especially newer indie authors, make the mistake of overlooking book reward schemes and contests, without realising the potentially massive benefit such a title could have on their overall sales.

Thursday, 5 May 2016

Jolly Book Spotlight: Iris by Toni Owen-Blue


 
Title: Iris 


Author: Toni Owen-Blue 


Genre: Realistic Fiction


Published: 2nd May 2016 


Recommended Age: 10 - 14


Synopsis

‘I flinch. I know she’s not going to hit me, we’ve got in arguments a hundred times before and she’s raised her hand – she’s never hit me in the face. But I flinch anyway.’

Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Jolly Book Spotlight: Flawed by Cecelia Ahern



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Title: Flawed 



Author: Cecelia Ahern 



Genre: Young Adult Dystopian 



Published: March 2016



Synopsis
You will be punished…

Friday, 5 February 2016

Book Blast And Prize Giveaway: The Sense of Touch by Ron Parsons




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Title:  The Sense of Touch

Author:  Ron Parsons

Published:  May 1st, 2013

Publisher:   Aqueous Books

Genre:  Literary Fiction – A collection of short stories

Recommended Age:  15+

Monday, 1 February 2016

5 great dystopian and post-apocalyptic books that deserve to be read

5 great dystopian and post-apocalyptic books that deserve to be read

Finding a great book can be a bit of a chore. Sometimes you find yourself picking up a few terrible books before you find the one you have been looking for.
I have found that a large number of brilliant dystopian books are actually either independently published or published by small publishing houses, rather than published by huge publishing companies. These great books often find themselves being obscured in the stores and book lists due to the fact they have less marketing support as a consequence of being independently published.

Read on, as here, I recommend five fantastic dystopian books by indie, or rather obscure authors, who deserve more recognition for their work.
If you enjoy a book that I have recommended in this post (even just a little bit), please don't forget to leave the author a review on Amazon, Goodreads or wherever your preferred reviewing platform may be.

Saturday, 30 January 2016

Book Blitz: The Boy Who Wields Thunder by Gibson Morales






The Boy Who Wields Thunder

Release Date: December 23rd 2015



Summary from Goodreads:

In 2060, the Naga are in charge. Humanity lives off of 1940s technology and teenagers are expected to spend their post-graduation lives serving a Naga overseer. Living with his adoptive parents in an upscale human city, Olton Sorrell has studied hard to have a great career serving under his father’s Naga friend. 

But as graduation nears, Olton meets the enigmatic Orun, a Naga who reveals the truth about his species’ arrival on Earth and sympathizes with the anti-Naga human resistance. Upon learning the secrets of the Naga, Olton must choose whether to stay true to his family or true to his past. What will happen if he does the unthinkable and serves Orun instead of his father’s friend? 



Olton’s decision will take him to the labor camps of a land once called Greece. Now a slave under the Naga, he is assigned to a top secret operation that may change the world. As Olton navigates dangers both ancient and new, two questions trouble him. What are he and his fellow slaves digging for? And what will he do once they find it?



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About the Author

Gibson Morales is the author of the young adult novels, The Deadliest Earthling and upcoming The Boy Who Wields Thunder, as well as the satirical novel, Johnny Ali vs America. He publishes these under his imprint, Mo Bros Books, which he formed with his brother and writer Vicente. Gibson graduated from USC and lives in Los Angeles. When not writing, Gibson enjoys boxing, most things geek-related, truth-seeking, and, occasionally, satirizing.




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Friday, 29 January 2016

Book Blast And Prize Giveaway: Reprieve by Celeste Hollister

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Title:   Reprieve

Author:   Celeste Hollister

Published:  December 8th, 2015

Publisher:  Elsekind Publishing

Genre:  Literary Fiction

Content Warning:  Graphic, non-gratuitous sex scenes

Recommended Age:  18+