Book Review · Fantasy · Uncategorized

The Hundredth Queen – Emily R King

“We are all half-demon, half-god. The demon half being the mortal side that continually errs, and the godly half being the side that strives to improve. In each life, we endeavour to raise our standing and become closer to everlasting perfection.” Goodreads Synopsis: As an orphan ward of the Sisterhood, eighteen-year-old Kalinda is destined for nothing… Continue reading The Hundredth Queen – Emily R King

Fantasy · Indie Author · Indie Author Showcase · Uncategorized

Indie Author Showcase – Chris Pridmore

Happy Monday everyone and welcome to another Indie Author Showcase! The author of today’s showcase is Chris Pridmore and his debut novel ‘The Last Child of Leif’. Goodreads Synopsis: Forced from my home, I find myself fleeing from the evil forces that killed my father. My mother and Sebastian, our protector, are by my side… Continue reading Indie Author Showcase – Chris Pridmore

Book Review · Fantasy · Paranormal

The Coven – Chrissy Lessey

‘Magic, witches, and secrets. So many secrets.” Goodreads Synopsis: The future queen awakens… Newly single mother Stevie Lewis divides her time between raising Charlie, running a store with her best friend, and avoiding the meetings of her mother’s Beaufort Historic Society. Although her life has its challenges, it’s altogether average. Just the way she likes… Continue reading The Coven – Chrissy Lessey

Fantasy · Historical Fiction · Uncategorized

Hector Reborn – Ian Thompson

“The strong should protect the weak” Goodreads Synopsis: Prince Hector, the greatest defending warrior in the epic Trojan War, is brutally slain by his nemesis Achilles… And finds himself reborn in an astounding new realm. Traumatized by separation from his family, nation and world, Hector finds it hard to accept the prospect of a new… Continue reading Hector Reborn – Ian Thompson

Book Review · Fantasy · Mythology · Young Adult

The Goddess Test – Aimee Carter

“Maybe you’ll win when hell freezes over.” He raised an eyebrow. “That could be easily arranged.” Goodreads Synopsis:  Every girl who had taken the test has died. Now it’s Kate’s turn. It’s always been just Kate and her mom – and her mother is dying. Her last wish? To move back to her childhood home.… Continue reading The Goddess Test – Aimee Carter