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Comment by Untreed Reads 11 minutes ago


I Am Fallen by Scarlet Blackwell

Paranormal/Gay Romance 86 pages $2.99

Jacob Bailey has retreated to Scotland to die in solitude, tormented by the loss of the love of his life and wishing for an end to his suffering. In his remote house by the sea he is visited by an angel, with history and pain of his own, a being who brings far more to Jacob’s final days than he could ever hope for.

How to Purchase I Am Fallen:

I Am Fallen is only $2.99 at The Untreed Reads Store in PDF, EPUB and Kindle formats. You'll also find this fantasy romance at Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble, and anywhere else ebooks are sold, as well as at your local library.

To request a review copy please contact with a link to your book blog and your ebook format of choice.

Comment by VR McCOy 1 hour ago

Shaman- The Awakening. Recently released novel by VR McCoy. 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 Alecia Stone (CBY Book Club) 10 hours ago

Blog Tour Guest Post & Giveaway - Anne of Cleves & Catherine Howard by D. Lawrence-Young

5 Kindle or ePub copies of  Anne of Cleves & Catherine Howard up for grabs.

Ends May 8 (midnight GMT).

International giveaway.

Enter Now!

Comment by Robin Austin 18 hours ago

To Catch A Creeper

Ellie Campbell


British chicklit mystery that is hilarious!

Cathy is riding high in her brand-new job at a (surprisingly bitchy) top London advertising agency working with best friend Rosa.

But when Rosa’s pregnancy goes amiss and enemies sabotage her new career, she finds herself leading a chaotic double life of lies and deception, hiding a shameful secret from all, especially husband Declan who appears in the throes of a nervous breakdown.

Meanwhile she’s agreed to unmask the notorious Crouch End Creeper, a burglar terrorizing their neighbourhood.

Comment by Aerilyn Fae 19 hours ago

I updated my site with not only one but two chapters this week: chapter five and six! I hope you enjoy reading as always and continuing reading my story as well.:)

Site: A Fantasy World

Excerpt from Chapter 5:

He settled in his room and placed his cloak on the bed. He gave out a tired sigh and sat on the bed. After the little brawl, the owner was kind enough to give him the room for free ‒ he refused the offer but accepted due to the owner’s persistence. He ran a hand through his hair and laughed at how the brutes couldn’t do a single thing. He stopped laughing shortly and lifted his right hand to his face. He focused his eyes on his hand and found it twitched just for a mere second.

             I can control it; I know I can.

             He reached for his cloak and searched the inner pocket of it. He pulled out a photograph, and a smirk tugged at the corners of his lips. A knock was heard on the door all of a sudden, and he quickly hid the photo back into the cloak’s pocket. He stood up from the bed and walked towards the door. He glanced back at the cloak once more before he opened the door. Once he turned the knob and opened the door ajar to see who it was, all he could see was a fist aiming at his face.

Comment by G. Eric Francis 19 hours ago

Hello all.

I'm a dreamer.  I also sing a great rendition of "Walk This Way."

Wait, I didn't mean to come at you like that....even though besides the dreamer part, none of that is true.

But I am a writer, and I am here to push a book about undercover chickens.

Who argues with the author of his stories.

And lives on a planet made of a mutated egg.

And fights a maniacal hen bent on world domination.

Did I mention that he break the 4th wall and argues with the author?

I'll say it again in the following synopsis:

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. 

Ok, I've said it.

Cluck The Undercover Chicken.

Available on Kindle and Paperback.  Middle aged kids (8-14) will dig it.  Any adult with a funny bone will love it.

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Comment by Majanka Verstraete yesterday

I reviewed historical crime novel "The Starlight Club" on my blog today. You can read the review here.

Title: The Starlight Club

Author: Joe Corso

Genre: Crime

Age Group: Adult

Rating: 4 stars

Purchase: Amazon

The Starlight Club was jumping . . .

“They looked like mob guys. They had that arrogance exuded by those who liked to intimidate – those who were the proud purveyors of fear.” Amidst the nightly gaiety was the back room, where business deals were made, hits were ordered, and territories were divided. An image of the author is also attached.

Trenchie not being a “rat” is just released from his ten year prison sentence. A new life is waiting – complete with envelopes of money and a steak house to call his own. He finds the woman of his dreams who brings along ex-husband baggage. Hit man Jimmy The Hat finds unexpected fame in the most unlikely of places, yet he always stays true to the “boys”, especially Big Red. “Crazy Joey Gallo” and his brothers break away from the Profaci family and go “rogue, on their own now. They split their gang into several small groups and spread them out over the five boroughs.”

Review excerpt: Joe Corso has managed to convey a truthful and believable portrait of mobsters and gangsters in “The Starlight Club“.

You can read the review here.

Comment by Majanka Verstraete yesterday


Today is the cover reveal party for fantasy novels “The Trials of Caste” and “Into the Heart of Evil”, the first two books in the Paladin of a Hidden God series by author Joel D. Babbitt.

Curious about the covers? I can tell you they're absolutely gorgeous.

You can see the covers here.

Comment by Lynelle Clark yesterday

Review for 'The idea of Him' by Holly Peterson

In the fabulous and intrigue-packed new novel from Holly Peterson, the New York Times bestselling author of THE MANNYTHE IDEA OF HIM explores the dangers of falling for the idea of a person, and why facing reality is more liberating than we ever dreamed it could be. For anyone who’s let the fear of being alone keep them from seeing who someone really is, THE IDEA OF HIM is an inspiring, action-packed story of what happens when we embrace our own power and allow the truth to finally set us free.


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