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Comment by Olivia Roach on August 22, 2015 at 6:30am

My latest video review is of The Dark Tides by Mark Piggot. An Avalon kind of fantasy!

Comment by Gina Adams on August 21, 2015 at 3:29pm

AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW! Sales of New Critically-Acclaimed Christian Fiction Novel to help fight Human Trafficking

Rossling Publishers has announced that a portion of proceeds of sales of the new fiction novel, The Academy will help fight human trafficking both here in the states and abroad.  Co-author Ryan Mix just returned from Iraq where he served as videographer for an upcoming documentary on the human trafficking that is being conducted by ISIS, which is now the largest buyer and seller of human beings in the world.   

“My trip to Iraq was an eye-opening experience about the devastation human beings can inflict on one another,” says Mix. “We traveled with a well-organized and trained security team comprised of former U.S. Navy SEALS, Army Rangers and intelligence agents watching our movements. Our main objective was to interview and capture stories of refugees who have escaped from ISIS, specifically those who were taken for sex-trade. With their stories, we will be able to clearly illustrate to the world what is really going on and how people can help. ISIS makes over one million dollars per day through human trafficking, making it one of their largest revenue streams. As they overtake a village, they kill all the men who do not convert to Islam, and kidnap women and girls who they can enslave to do domestic chores or to sell for sex.”

Human trafficking is the second largest illegal industry on the planet, trumped only by the drug trade. Over 27 million people are enslaved worldwide. The Academy book sales will help support the U.S.-based charity, Visibly Unseen, which helps victims of trafficking here in the U.S. as well as partners with other organizations which specialize in stopping human trafficking.  

First-time authors Ryan Mix and J.T. Payne held nothing back from their initial endeavor into Christian fiction with the new book, The Academy.  Abortion, drugs, suicide, evolution, and death are just a few of the concepts the main character encounters at a fictitious Christian school.  The Academy has a suspense element that both Mix and Payne wanted to create to keep readers on their toes.  They admit to intentionally making “75% of the book anti-Christian,” but they had a good reason for doing so.  

“We tried to take a bold new approach,” says Mix.  “We wanted to build tension for Christians reading the book by flipping stereotypes and clichés on their heads so readers cannot assume anything and are forced to question what is coming next. But we also wanted to offer a storyline that might draw in non-Christians as well.  Jesus taught in parables all the time in order to get people to think about spiritual things.”  

The Academy tells the story of a student who, after accidentally uncovering many dark, hypocritical practices at his Christian high school, begins to question Christianity itself, while struggling to survive the perilous aftermath of his discovery.  “We set out to do something that we have not seen in other Christian fiction books,” explains Mix. “We intentionally make the faith look bad so readers must justify why they believe it.”  

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Comment by Sage's Blog Tours on August 20, 2015 at 1:59pm


Seeking Book Reviewers & Blog Tour Hosts for Women's Fiction

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While You Were Gone
By Kate Moretti
Genre: Women’s Fiction
Review copies available in PDf, mobi & epub, 126 pages

Despite Karen Caughee’s intense focus on her music, her life is drifting out of its lane. Her alcoholic mother keeps calling from bars for early-morning rides, her boyfriend doesn’t think she gets him, and that Toronto Symphony Orchestra position she applied for ends up going to her
friend, Amy.

By chance, she meets American Greg Randolf just before she’s in a car accident. He pulls her from the wreckage, but after major surgery, her recovery is slow. Without her music, her life’s pursuit, Karen is pushed further adrift.

Greg stays by her side while she heals, and he sees her every time he’s in Toronto for work. Without any other support or friendship in her life, Karen craves his enthusiastic attention, and their friendship deepens to love. Though she’s fallen hard for him, he doesn’t share
everything with her. In one heartrending moment, Karen’s life comes to a crossroads, and she must face the full truth about who Greg is, and about who she has become.
Interested in joining this tour? Find all the details here!

Comment by Olivia Roach on August 20, 2015 at 3:37am
My latest book review of is my first read of the author Scott Westerfeld! I reviewed his dystopian novel, Uglies. 

Comment by dichira a dane on August 19, 2015 at 2:37pm


The Girl on the Train has more fun with unreliable narration than any chiller since Gone Girl. . . . [It] is liable to draw a large, bedazzled readership.”—The New York Times 

Comment by Chris Henderson on August 19, 2015 at 10:01am
So many children's picture books are written from the mom's perspective, but one dad, Kevin DeFilippis, wrote one from his viewpoint to show the bonding from dad to baby. His story is the topic of my latest blog post. Read his insights on family and writing at
Keep on writing,

Comment by Alan Joshua on August 18, 2015 at 8:28pm
INE VOICE on August 18, 2015
Something happened to cause the total destruction of the facility and the nearby town, at the cost of several thousand lives. Whatever the cause, this was not a "normal" explosion. The crater from a normal, even nuclear, explosion would not be still growing. A normal explosion would have blown the nearby trees, outward, not inward. A normal explosion would not create a time warp inside the crater. After investigating the best they can, the group gets back on the plane.
This is a gem of a book, and is very much recommended.

Comment by Sage's Blog Tours on August 18, 2015 at 8:18pm


Seeking Blog Tour Hosts & Book Reviewers for Women's Fiction

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By Bonnie Dodge

Genre: Women's Fiction
Review copies available in PDF & mobi, 242 pages

Three generations of Foster women– senior citizen Maxine, attention seeker Grace, and aspiring artist Abbie–think they are nothing alike. But they all share a secret. They wait. For love, for attention, for life, for death, for Idaho’s warm, but promising summer to return. In their journeys between despair and happiness, they learn there are worse things than being alone, like waiting for the wrong person’s love. With sensitivity and humor, Waiting carries readers into the hearts of three women who learn that happiness comes from within.

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Comment by Rhoda D'Ettore on August 18, 2015 at 4:01pm

No One is Safe Because ... ZODIAC LIVES


Comment by Francis H Powell on August 18, 2015 at 3:56pm

Flight of Destiny, a book of 22 original quirky short stories, available on Amazon.


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