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After a year's flirtation with WordPress, we've decided to return to the platform that loved us first, Blogger. What it lacks in flexibility and formatting it more than makes up for in terms of visibility, traffic, and management of integrated Google features. Please follow us at and be sure to update your bookmarks!

Excerpt & Book Review: Fighting for Home by Kim Richards

Fighting for HomeDescendants of the AmazoiBook OneKim Richards Genre: fantasy/historical fantasyPublisher: Kim GilchristDate of Publication: July 2020Print ISBN: 978-1-952564-00-0Digital ISBN: 978-1-952564-02-4Number of pages: 241Word Count: 87,616 Cover Artist: Dawné Dominique DusktilDawn Designs In 300 B.C.—the Greco-Roman Age—tribes of warrior women thrived near the Black Sea. The area is now modern-day Turkey. The Greeks called them... Continue Reading →

Excerpt & Giveaway: Innovation

A very exciting book tour this week, featuring a flash fiction anthology of 300-word stories from 120 different authors - including 1 by yours truly! Queer Sci Fi's sixth annual flash fiction anthology is here - "Innovation" - and there's a giveaway too!IN-NO-VA-TION (Noun)1) A new idea, method, or device.2) The introduction of something new.3)... Continue Reading →

Book Blast: Santa Barbara Suspense

What She Gave Away Revenge is anything but sweet in this twisty thriller about two women with very different lives locked in the same deadly game. Imagining the best way to destroy a person’s happiness is Crystal Love’s favorite game. Devious and unpolished, the plus-sized loan analyst couldn’t be more out of place in her... Continue Reading →

A-to-Z Authors of International Women’s Day

With today being International Women's Day, and my focus being on fiction that is female-led, fronted, dominant, or authored, it seems like today is an excellent day to pay tribute to the women of my shelves. These are authors who have inspired, intrigued, excited, entertained, educated, and challenged me over the years. Some are old... Continue Reading →

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