Indie Shoutouts

I've met some aspiring authors and have had the pleasure of reading some of their works and I wanted a place where I could offer a shoutout to these authors in hope that you will check their work out too and I hope you enjoy!

Unveiling by Zel Winter

March 13th, 2021 by

It’s always a treat for me when I get a chance to read a vampire story. So I got straight into ‘Unveiling’ by Zel Winter and thoroughly enjoyed the read until the end. ‘Unveilng’ tells the tale of Dan, the worlds oldest vampire, and Nina, a Human Immortal who is destined to take her place […]

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Broken Heart Mosaics by A.L. Garcia

March 9th, 2021 by

I first came across A.L Garcia’s work on social media and was extremely excited when I heard she had put together a collection of poetry as I absolutely love her work. She is a very talented poet who captures and expresses her inner feelings so potently that you almost feel the experience too. I was […]

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Remedium by Angela Bauman

February 16th, 2021 by

I hate zombies! They’re my worst monsters! But I do love zombie movies. They’re entertaining and, as horrific as zombies are, quite fun. So, let’s talk about our book, Remedium by Angela Bauman. It is actually the first zombie book I have ever read and in all honesty, I didn’t know what to expect. I was happy […]

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Nowhere Boulevard by Katherine Black

January 26th, 2021 by

Nowhere Boulevard is a heartbreakingly sad story which follows 1 year in the life of a 13-year-old girl. The story starts with Sarah’s, the protagonist, dad reading her diary. It seems like a familiar set up. A diary is being read and a secret is about to be found out, but what the secret is, […]

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Oil and Water by Lara Ann Dominick

January 13th, 2021 by

I absolutely love vampires and vampire stories, so I had high expectations for Oil and Water, and it did not let me down in the slightest. The 2 protagonists are Elsie, a human who has a particularly ordinary life. Lives at home with her parents, occasionally meets up with her solid circle of friends, and […]

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