Authors Needing Reviews and Interviews


Authors Needing Reviews and Interviews

This group is for authors who are looking for reviews and interviews and for bloggers who do reviews and interviews. Authors post a link to your work or if your is still in progress then post a link to your blog with updates on your work.  Bloggers post your blog link, a way for you to be contacted and what genre of work you review

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New Sci-Fi Utopia Comedy seeks hot reviewers for fun and maybe more! 2 Replies

Just published, fresh and original Sci-Fi utopia comedy where the HumEMs must save the solar system and themselves from a new threat to their world. Willing to trade reviews for a serious read of…Continue

Started by Dean Evans. Last reply by Dean Evans 8 hours ago.

****Book reviews needed**** in exchange for free copy of novel

I need reviews for my latest urban literature novel, A Red Apple. My book is already for sell on Amazon …Continue

Started by Chaundra Soliz on Friday.

New Novel FREE April 18 and 19 - COME FIND ME

My new novel COME FIND ME will be available for FREE on all Amazon sites worldwide this week, on Friday and Saturday! It begins at 12:00 AM (Pacific Time) on Friday, April 18, and ends at midnight on…Continue

Tags: true, marriage, friendship, story, romance

Started by Travis Neighbor Ward on Tuesday.

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Comment by VR McCOy on Friday

LOOKING FOR REVIEWS/ INTERVIEWS: My recently released novel; "Shaman- The Awakening." It is a gripping supernatural thriller, filled with brilliant and in-depth descriptions and shamanistic lore.  

Christopher Sands is an FBI agent with a unique ability. When his ViCAP unit takes on another serial killer investigation, they soon find themselves in deeper than they bargained for. The killer seems to be ahead of them at every turn. The search for the mysterious killer takes Christopher and his unit from the Crossroads of New Mexico deep into the Navajo Nation. 



Comment by G. Eric Francis on Friday

Hello Everyone...

...I am here, sadly trying to pimp my wares...:)

First off, my name is Greg.  I write under the name G. Eric Francis.  I am a guy who likes to tell stories.  It makes me happy, and it allows me to share what goes on in the odd little place that is my imagination.  

I've written 2 books, and today I want to request help from folks who like to read to check out my 2nd book, a book for middle aged kids (8-13, but adults may get a kick out of it as well).  It's a book written in somewhat of a different fashion...let me summarize what I mean:

It's a story about a rooster who can't stand being called a rooster, who also spends his time arguing with the writer of the book, while trying to save his planet (made of a mutated egg shell) from a crazed hen who wants equal long as she is absolute ruler. 

And you think you have problems. 

The name of the book (don't laugh now) is "Cluck The Undercover Chicken."

As I mentioned earlier, I like to tell stories.  However, when no one reads it, it sort of kills my vibe.

So I need your help.  I am looking for folks to review the book, and then leave them on the book's website (Amazon) and GoodReads.  

So if you want to help me purchase my first sports car...err, spread world peace, contact me and let me know...thanks!

(Oh, book trailer is like below, and a really pretty picture of a cocky chicken/rooster:)

Comment by Chaundra Soliz on Friday

I need reviews for my latest urban literature novel, A Red Apple. My book is already for sell on Amazon However, I am willing to email anyone a free copy in exchange for an honest review on Amazon. Just send me an email at letting me know you are interested please.

Comment by JoAnne Myers on Wednesday

Need reviews for my paranormal/mystery anthology, Wicked Intentions. Here is an excerpt from one of the stories, entitled "Blood Ties". Please email me at if interested.


Blood Ties

“Wake up, sleepy head,” said a cheerful Kyle Roper to his snoring sister

Audra. Living next door with a key to her place, he often visited

unannounced…like this morning.

Audra stirred in her canopy bed, then slowly opened one bloodshot eye.

“Is it morning already?” she asked, releasing a Wild Turkey and Coca Cola

scented yawn.

“Wooo…weee…” said Kyle as he waved the noxious fumes away from

his face. “I’m glad you’re on vacation so you can sleep late. What time did you

bad girls leave the bar?”

“One hour after closing,” she said rolling onto her back and pushing her

long chocolate-colored hair from her mascara-streaked face. “I feel like crap.”

“Maybe sooo…but if you’re gonna take Mom to the hairdressers, ya got

less then an hour to shower and make it on time.”

“Eight a.m. is too early to be getting a perm. What’s wrong with that sweet

mom of ours?”

“She’s an early bird, unlike a pair of twins I know,” he said pulling back

the covers to reveal his sister’s Asian inspired silk pajamas. “I gotta go. I’ll call

ya later.” He then left the room as Audra reluctantly rose from her bed.

Immediately she felt a severe pain in her abdomen and cried out, alerting

her brother just before he reached the front door. He raced to her side and found

her kneeling on the floor, holding her stomach with both hands. “Audra, what’s

wrong?” He lifted her petite body onto the bed. “Do you need an ambulance?”

Her face twisted in agony. Each word was a struggle to release. “Lisa!

Lisa!” She sobbed, horrifying her big brother.

“What about Lisa?” He shook her to get a response.

“Lisa,” she whispered before fainting. Kyle was shaking with the

realization his other sister needed help. He grabbed the nearby telephone from

the side table and frantically dialed Lisa’s number.

On the third ring, his brother-in-law Doug Smalley answered. “Hello,” he

said with a grumpy tone.

“Doug, I need to talk to Lisa,” Kyle said with urgency.

There was a moment of silence. “Do you know what time it is? She’s

asleep. She didn’t get in till after four. She’s dead to the world.”

“Well then…tell her ta call me or Audra as soon as she gets up,” said

Kyle. “Don’t forget, Doug.”

“When could I ever forget my in-laws?” The line went dead.

“Bastard!” said Kyle before returning the receiver to its base.

At that moment, Audra regained consciousness. “I need to call Lisa.”

“Don’t bother. I already did, and she’s asleep.”

“Your stomach feeling better? How’s your head?” he asked, sitting down

on the bed next to her.

“Can you get me two aspirins from the bathroom medicine cabinet?” Her

older brother obliged. He returned shortly with the tablets and a glass of water.

Audra swallowed the pills and liquid then said, “Something has happened. I can

feel it. Like when we were kids and Lisa or me got hurt…”

“And one twin felt the other twin’s pain?” he said, finishing the


“Yes! It was just like that…but much worse.”

“Doug promised to tell Lisa I called.”

“So you didn’t talk directly to Lisa?”

“No, but you and I both know it’s not just alcohol Lisa is prob’ly on.”

Audra rebelled at her brother’s accusations against their sister.


Comment by Book Buzz on Wednesday

New Age Fiction Available For Review

Called to Ribbon Dance: A Short Story of Hope
By Norma Casas
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1490918808
Published: July 2013
Pages: 98
Genre: Fiction, New Age Fiction
Formats Available For Review: ): ebook, pdf

What would you do if you knew your life is not transitory? How different would your life be? Would you make other choices? Would you be willing to change? A woman travels through time in the most unexpected way, facing her own fears to unveil the long lost secret of life. She survives to tell the story. Follow her trail. Would you follow her call?

Request a Review Copy

Norma Casas
Twitter: @allia29

Comment by Book Buzz on Wednesday

Crime Thriller Available For Review

Dear Diary… The New Martinsville Murders; A Murderous ThrillerDear Diary
By Dennis Lively
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1492172543
Published: August 2013
Pages: 246
Genre: Mystery, Suspense, Thriller
Formats Available for Review: pdf

David Benson is a gentle giant mourning the sudden loss of his wife when suddenly he’s thrust into the middle of a string of murders in his small West Virginia town.

The New Martinsville police detective thinks the killer is someone who probably seems very normal on the outside. Someone who’s crazy as all get-out on the inside. Someone who’s completely messed up someone who’s probably planning to do this again

The killer DOES kill for a second and then a third time in just a matter of days. Each time leaving a graphic DVD detailing the murders.

Even David becomes a suspect. Will the murderer strike again?

Find out in this fast paced glimpse of small town life…and death.

Request a Review Copy

Dennis Lively

Comment by Chris Stevenson on April 10, 2014 at 4:56am

Comment by Book Buzz on April 4, 2014 at 11:36am

Crime Suspense Available For Review

Thou Torturest Me
By R.M. Doyon
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1484108253
Published: September 2013
Pages: 300
Genre: Crime Fiction, Suspense
Formats available for review: ebook, pdf, smashwords

IN A SEQUEL to his highly acclaimed debut novel, Upcountry, R.M. Doyon returns to Morgan County, New York and the tragic lives of the Schumacher family. It is a sultry Labor Day weekend in 2010 and the clan is gathering at a large lake in the shadows of the Adirondacks to celebrate a milestone in Hubie Schumacher’s life—and to effect closure on the events of that fateful Thanksgiving nearly four years before. Upcountry readers will recognize many of their favorite players, including Hubie’s daughter, Joanne, and the new man in her life. Central to the story, as well, is the county sheriff and the daughter he never knew he had. But new to the saga are Hubie’s literate younger sister, Barbara Cahill, her ailing husband, Roger, and their adult children. Daughter Ria is a beautiful and disciplined triathlete and their pride and joy. Her half-brother Brad, on the other hand, is a rudderless, drifting man who has forsaken college to fish, drink and live for the day. Joining them for the weekend—and seemingly beyond—is Ria’s beau, Nick, an angry yet magnetic man with a questionable past. Immediately, we are introduced to the enigmatic world of the ‘old order’ Amish, who have arrived from Ohio by the thousands, searching for inexpensive land and freedom from temptation. At twenty-one, Joshua Troyer is a strapping, intelligent but unhappy young man struggling with his father’s edict to shun the dangerous ways of the ‘English’ world. Following a chance roadside encounter, however, Joshua accepts Ria’s invitation to join their party by the lake, setting in motion a romance that sparks a bigotry-driven clash of cultures that rapidly escalates into violence and strife. In a narrative that brings the decades-long malaise of post-industrial upstate New York to life, Thou Torturest Me is a compelling, fast-paced story fueled by prejudice and principle that will leave readers clamoring for more.

For review copies contact:

R.M. Doyon

Comment by Book Buzz on April 4, 2014 at 11:31am

Suspenseful Thriller Available For Review

Price of Justice
By Alan Brenham
Publisher: Black Opal Books
ISBN: 978-1626940833
Published: November 2013
Pages: 328
Genre: Thriller-Police Procedural, Suspense
Formats available for review: print, ebook, pdf

His focus is on solving the murders–until the unthinkable happens…

Recently widowed, Austin Police Detective Jason Scarsdale works to solve the murders of two pedophiles, while trying to be both mother and father to his five-year-old daughter.

During his investigation, Scarsdale is forced to navigate between the crosshairs of two corrupt police commanders out to get him. Drawn to Austin Police Crime Analyst, Dani Mueller, who has also suffered tragedy, Scarsdale fights both his attraction and his suspicions that something just isn’t right…

She is hiding a secret, one that could not only cost her a job–it could end her life…

After her daughter was brutally murdered, Dani exacted her revenge then changed her name and fled to Austin. But if her secret ever gets out, she knows there is no place she can hide from the murderer’s vicious family.

Pulled into a web of malice and deceit, Scarsdale and Dani discover the value of breaking the rules. Then just when they thought things couldn’t get worse…they do.

Alan Behr

Comment by Book Buzz on April 4, 2014 at 11:26am

Horror novel Available For Review


That Which Should Not Be

By Brett J. Talley

Publisher: JournalStone

ISBN: 978-1936564149

Pages: 260

Genre: Horror

Formats Available For Review: ebook, kindle, pdf, nook


Miskatonic University has a long-whispered reputation of being strongly connected to all things occult and supernatural. From the faculty to the students, the fascination with other-worldly legends and objects runs rampant. So, when Carter Weston’s professor Dr. Thayerson asks him to search a nearby village for a book that is believed to control the inhuman forces that rule the Earth, Incendium Maleficarum, The Inferno of the Witch, the student doesn’t hesitate to begin the quest.


Weston’s journey takes an unexpected turn, however, when he ventures into a tavern in the small town of Anchorhead. Rather than passing the evening as a solitary patron, Weston joins four men who regale him with stories of their personal experiences with forces both preternatural and damned. Two stories hit close to home as they tie the tellers directly to Weston’s current mission.


His unanticipated role as passive listener proves fortuitous, and Weston fulfills his goal. Bringing the book back to Miskatonic, though, proves to be a grave mistake. Quickly, Weston realizes he has played a role in potentially opening the gate between the netherworld and the world of Man. Reversing the course of events means forgetting all he thought he knew about Miskatonic and his professor and embracing an unknown beyond his wildest imagination.


For review copies contact:


Brett Talley









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