Indie book review: Demonheart by J.J. Egosi

My fourth book for Indie April is the dark fantasy Demonheart (Raging Elementals, #1) by J.J. Egosi. The book has an action-packed start, involving orcs, a gold coin, and a dragon… even if it was only dreamt up by our protagonist. The main character Michael is an oddity. He is a light bringer in theContinue reading “Indie book review: Demonheart by J.J. Egosi”

Indie book review: The Vampire Wants a Wife

Dating can be hard… maybe even harder when you are a hot vampire. Theodore is 126-years-old and has had a thousand girlfriends during his life, but unfortunately, none of them have been a good match. He just wants a wife to spend his eternal life with. What can a poor vampire do? Theodore takes theContinue reading “Indie book review: The Vampire Wants a Wife”

Indie Book Review: Mark of a Demon

For my second Indie book, I chose the paranormal romance short story, Mark of a Demon by Despoina Kemeridou. What is Mark of a Demon about? When Heather was born, everyone thought she would die due to her weak heart. Upon her mother’s callings, a demon showed up and saved her life by sharing hisContinue reading “Indie Book Review: Mark of a Demon”

Indie April: The Long View by Mark Hurst

When I joined Twitter nearly a year ago, I learned about #IndieApril. During the month of April, many readers vow to read more books by Indie authors (writers who might be self-published, or work with smaller, independent publishers). I remember how supported I felt then as a newly published author when other people gave myContinue reading “Indie April: The Long View by Mark Hurst”

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