Guest Author: Alicia Sparks

27 February 2014 Jackie 0

I am excited to welcome author Alicia Sparks, author of Primitive Fix. Meet two brothers, tiger shifters, and the women who bring out the beast in them. Kenyon: Sage Villalobos has been destined to marry Kenyon Maddux since the day she was born. As the second-born in her wolf clan, she […]

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Escapists Uncensored: The Genre Shuffle

26 February 2014 Natassia 0

Genres and subgenres are the things that make us group books together. They help you pick what we’re in the mood to read, or what to shy away from. For instance, I love post apocalyptic novels but I’m not a big fan of romance. That being said, it seems as […]

Reaping Beautiful Havoc with Alien Masks

25 February 2014 Jackie 0

Shiloh Walker has posted the first chapter to her new romantic suspense novel, The Innocent, due to release March 11th. has posted a new Thieftake story by DB Jackson. The Price Of Doing Business also includes illustration by Chris McGrath. Gollancz has posted the Forward plus Chapters One and Two of The Gospel […]

Guest Author: Anne Leonard

25 February 2014 Jackie 0

I am excited to welcome author Anne Leonard, who is celebrating the release of her debut novel, Moth and Spark. A prince with a quest. A commoner with mysterious powers. And dragons that demand to be freed—at any cost. Prince Corin has been chosen to free the dragons from their […]

Scarlet Devices by Delphine Dryden

24 February 2014 Natassia 0

The second novel in Delphine Dryden’s Steam and Seduction series, Scarlet Devices, takes steampunk romance to the races and plays out like a standalone novel, with little need to read the prior book. Dryden takes the expansive backdrop of the U.S and turns it into a cross-country trip, complete with stops at […]

Exclusive Excerpt: Labyrinth of Stars by Marjorie M. Liu

24 February 2014 Jackie 0

I am excited to welcome author Marjorie M. Liu, who’s celebrating the release of her latest Hunter Kiss novel, Labyrinth of Stars. Tattoos with hearts, minds, and dreams. Created to be the armor that protects my body, these obsidian shadows come alive at night—demons made flesh. After the Aetar nearly […]

Disenchanted & Co. by Lynn Viehl

21 February 2014 Natassia 0

Lynn Viehl twists a tale mixing paranormal, romance and steampunk in Disenchanted & Co., the first in her new series. Viehl creates a neat alternate reality where America lost the Revolutionary War and despite being past WW1, is still in a Victorian state of development. This setting makes the world […]

A Darkling Sea by James Cambias

20 February 2014 Natassia 0

Scientific exploration abounds in James Cambias’s A Darkling Sea. With a clash of intricate alien races, Cambias brings wonder and imagination to a scientific expedition. The setting is beautifully foreign as the underwater world is thirty light years from Earth. Cambias gives us a neat tale of curiosity and survival.  On […]

Guest Author: Django Wexler

20 February 2014 Jackie 1

I am excited to welcome author Django Wexler, who is celebrating the release of his latest novel, John Golden: Freelance Debugger. FREELANCE DEBUGGER John Golden is a debugger: he goes inside the computer systems of his corporate clients to exterminate the gremlins, sprites, and other fairies that take up residence. […]

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Escapist Uncensored: Copy Cats Make Me Nauseous

19 February 2014 Nikki R 1

It’s rare to run into another wanna-be writer, but occasionally I get the privilege, though sometimes it’s more of a headache. Like the time I ran into a guy who told me about his favorite authors/books and what he loved about them. He also went into great detail of a […]