Stellar eBook Deals

17 March 2014 Jackie 0

There were just too many fabulous ebook deals popping up on Amazon today, so I decided not to wait until I was finished with today’s new posts before posting them. If you’re participating in the New Authors Reading Challenge 2014 or simply looking for something new to read, make sure you […]

Let Us Help with LE Advertising

17 March 2014 Jackie 0

Looking for different ways to get exposure for your book? Literary Escapism offers multiple advertising placements for a static image (300x250px), placed at the top of the sidebar (in the ordered purchased), for $75. This means your book would show up on every page view for an entire month! For more information, […]

The Barrow by Mark Smylie

17 March 2014 Natassia 0

The epic fantasy genre gains a new entry in The Barrow. Mark Smylie tells a story of desires, be it power, prestige or passion. With a slow pace, Smylie builds his journey through a foreign world and time. Magic and religion are expertly mixed, clashing well against instinct and brawn. […]

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The Tyrant’s Daughter by JC Carleson

14 March 2014 Nikki R 0

I was in the mood for a good heart breaking read and I totally found it in The Tyrant’s Daughter by J. C. Carleson. Now it’s not part of LE’s usual fare, there are no werewolves or vampires or robots, instead it’s loosely based on factual events and the world […]

Story Time with LE

Story Time: Galaxy Zack, Dr. Roach & the Notebook of Doom

14 March 2014 Jackie 0

Nikki and I hope you’ll join us today for Story Time with Literary Escapism, a bi-weekly feature where we showcase various children books that fall directly in the fantasy & science fiction genres, as well as books we’re enjoying with our young children. We’re talking boardbooks, picture books, those books […]

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Feral Heat by Jennifer Ashley

13 March 2014 Nicole 0

Who doesn’t love some smexy shifters? Well, if you haven’t read Jennifer Ashely’s Shifters Unbound series yet, you’re truly missing out. Even though it’s only a 16 chapter novella, Feral Heat doesn’t lack for action or some smoldering heat between the protagonists. Jace Warden is sent to the Shiftertown in Austin […]

Look Who’s Going to the RT Booklovers Convention 2014

13 March 2014 Jackie 2

It’s that time of year again, where the RT Booklovers Convention is only weeks away.  I’m really excited about the convention this year. I’ll be there all week long (and the hubby is coming too), roaming the halls and trying too see/meet as many of my favorite authors as I can. The RT […]

To Sail a Darkling Sea by John Ringo

12 March 2014 Natassia 0

The highly anticipated second installment of the Black Tide Rising series did not disappoint with To Sail a Darkling Sea. John Ringo returns us to his eerily realistic world of post apocalyptic survival. Through action, humor, and the play of right and responsibility, Ringo brings us to a new battlefield- that […]

Escapists Uncensored: Amtrak Residency for Writers

12 March 2014 Jackie 0

I love to travel. I love seeing new places and exploring all the sights (and food) that new places have to offer. Sadly, Jesse doesn’t share my love of traveling. So all of my traveling right now has to do with LE and the various book conventions I can get […]

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Hell for Leather by Julie Ann Walker

11 March 2014 Nicole 0

Coming May 6th, the boys of BKI are back…squee…in Hell for Leather by Julie Ann Walker. I have nothing but love for the BKI series, I mean who doesn’t love some hot men, who are all former military/fed agents masquerading as bad biker boys, but who are really private, special ops […]