Category Archives: book release

January 13

Author Spotlight: June V. Bourgo, author of The Georgia Series

International Writers Inspiring Change (IWIC): Tell us about yourself… June: My name is June V. Bourgo, I was born and educated in Montreal, Quebec. I live with my artist husband on beautiful Vancouver Island, off the western coast of British Columbia. My writing is influenced by the raw beauty of nature and the Salish Sea […]

December 31

Book Review: The Bucktown Babies by Janine R. Pestel

The Bucktown Babies – Father Gunter, Demon Hunter Book 1, by Janine R. Pestel, is a horror-genre read. Demonic forces have descended upon a small town and babies are dying in numbers which captures the attention of Johann Gunter, aka Father Gunter, a demon hunter who makes it his business to track down malignant spirits who […]

December 31

Author Spotlight: CS Wiltshire, author of Changes – Buckland Gap 2

  IWIC: Tell us about yourself … CS: My name is CS Wiltshire and I hail from Hampshire in England. My work experience is based around the IT industry but in my heart I have always wanted to be full time author. I love creating stories and building fictional worlds. My other loves in life […]

November 21

Book Review: Cheerleading for Writers, by Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

Cheerleading for Writers, by Victoria Ichizli-Bartels, is a practical manual on the subject of writing, particularly aimed at those who are thinking about writing or starting on their first writing project. The author pulls back the curtain on her own writing experiences, providing the reader with personal anecdotes which help to illustrate the hurdles that […]

September 10

Book Review of The Grid Warrior by KC Martin

The Grid Warrior by KC Martin, is a science fiction fantasy, that casts the reader into the future, in 2031, when the world of digital games is reaching new highs. In The Grid Warrior, Paul, a programmer and gamer who lives in England, has developed a way to integrate himself into the very matrix of […]

September 05

Book Review of Dun an Doras by G.L. Tarr

This is a fantasy adventure, and it has everything; mythology, legends and folklore. The book is intensely interesting and gripping. The story takes place in Ireland – a land full of folklore. It is a story about love & loyalty between friends who work together to fight off evil. It will keep you on the […]

May 28

Our feature Book Spotlight on “Blessed Curse” by Nancy Sartor – a suspense thriller!

  Blessed Curse, by Nancy Sartor, is a mystery and suspense thriller. Deeply scarred from her childhood, Jorie Wainright has pledged to remain childless. Fate intervenes, and she finds herself pregnant. Immediately, powerful otherworldly presences threaten the baby’s survival. Believing herself unfit to raise any child and knowing the child’s father, Logan Mathis, the love […]

May 22

Book Spotlight on “ALVAR’S SPEAR” – a visionary and metaphysical sci-fi fantasy by Charles Freedom Long. Now released!

A new novel in the Seven Worlds series From the Award-Winning author, Charles Freedom Long Thirty years after dancing with the dead, half-Terran, half-Antal, Gar has just one desperate last chance to save the Antal hive from immolation at the hands of its own mother, the sentient moon-world, Alvar. He must do this before a […]

May 20

The Author Spotlight on Charles Freedom Long, author of Alvar’s Spear

  IWIC: Tell us about yourself. Charles: I began writing poetry in grammar school. By the time I left college I managed to see two poems published. I did manage to support myself by working as a Technical Editor on the Apollo Project, and then, as a Research Assistant at NYU Medical Center’s Institute of […]

April 28

IWIC Book Spotlight on “Betrayed” – an historical WWII thriller

Berlin 1935 When her best friend, Rachel, is killed, Sabine is sure her brother Otto will soon find the murderer. A policeman inside the Regime, Otto has difficulty hiding his animosity to the Nazis, but even he is worried about Sabine’s relationship with Rachel’s brother, Ari, especially when Rachel’s death brings them closer together. But […]