. I'd like to introduce you to fellow author and SciFi writer Sean Robins. He's stopped by to share a few quick words about himself and his first book, The Crimson Deathbringer, that is releasing early this May! Hi Sean...Tell us about yourself: “Who am I? I am Spiderman.” Well, not really, but this should... Continue Reading →
. Please allow me to introduce you to Fantasy writer Cindy Tomamichel and author of Druid's Portal. A portal closed for 2,000 years. An ancient religion twisted by modern greed. A love that crosses the centuries. An ancient druid pendant shows archaeologist Janet visions of Roman soldier Trajan. The visions are of danger, death, and... Continue Reading →
Fox is a full-force, unanticipated adventure that had the raw; yet humanitarian feel of Tears in the Sun with surrealism the like of Apocalypse Now.
Love, rage, lust and blissfully sweet romance fuel this non-stop, edge-of-your-seat fantasy that blends a medieval dystopian future with the supernatural world of angels and demons.
Exhilarating and distinctively bewitching, The Good Witch of the South will whisk you off to a place you THINK you know for a journey that is as fresh and unforgettable as the classic from which it’s spun.
Alien meets The Arrival, with a hint of The Expanse, the Milijun Series holds as much promise as the coalition it characterizes. I could easily be drawn into a NetFlix Mini Series!
If you’re a patient reader who loves a good mystery; if you enjoy thinking you’ve got things sorted only to discover you’re as far off the beaten path as the story is and if you don’t mind learning right along with the characters what in the name of Harry Potter is going on, then this will be a spectacular read.
If you’re a patient reader who wants to commit to a series in the making, then The Mortal God is definitely worth taking some time on.
. About Deonne Dane Born in New Zealand, Deonne grew up on a diet of genie's and witches and space adventure. Not vampires, they were too scary. Back in that day they didn't sparkle. She scribbled her version of fanfic in exercise books, on lined refill and coloured notepaper. And then she discovered epic fantasy;... Continue Reading →