book review, fantasy, indie April, Joseph Sale

The Tower Outside of Time by Joseph Sale

In his latest book, Joseph Sale brings together the worlds of Dark Hilarity and The Tunnel with the four main characters meeting up and taking on the world of Dae’eshta. Since escaping The Cretin, Tara and Nicola have moved to London and become successful fantasy novelists. I loved that they got a happy ending, and… Continue reading The Tower Outside of Time by Joseph Sale

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Lucretia’s Hum by Priscilla Bettis

This story was published in Among the Headstones, an anthology of graveyard themed stories edited by Rayne Hall. Lucretia is a lonely young woman who hears the industrial hum, and seeks to escape it each night by sleeping in a graveyard where the bodies are left on the surface to rot and be predated. There’s… Continue reading Lucretia’s Hum by Priscilla Bettis

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Blackthorn Book Tour: Thunder Road by Colin Holmes

My first book tour this year with Blackthorn book tours, Thunder Road is an intriguing detective noir set in 1947. About the book In this gamble, more than a few poker chips are at stake. When an Army Air Force Major vanishes from his Top Secret job at the Fort Worth airbase in the summer… Continue reading Blackthorn Book Tour: Thunder Road by Colin Holmes

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New Release: It Could Be Anyone’s Leg edited by A.M Symes

This anthology of flash fiction was written by the members of the Dead Birds writing group, set up by the MFA alumni and alumni adjacent friends of the Augsburg University MFA program in Minnesota. Inspired by one of the authors finding a (nonhuman) leg in their garden, each story is themed around the line ‘it… Continue reading New Release: It Could Be Anyone’s Leg edited by A.M Symes

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The Witch’s Diary by Rebecca Brae

After some unwise drunken spell casting leaves initiate witch, Hester Digitalis Wishbone, without her magic, she finds herself in a desperate search for a job that can accommodate her unusual position and give her the necessary work experience to qualify as an Adept Witch. This book was such a joy to read. I loved all… Continue reading The Witch’s Diary by Rebecca Brae