Beta Issue 7

August 31, 2015

Review of Olga by Ted Kelsey

by Genevieve Shifke Ali       Selected as a Top Pick!      

Who would’ve thought a stuffed elephant could lead to so much adventure…and trouble? In his debut novel, OLGA, Ted Kelsey takes readers on a captivating journey of friendship, fear, trust, and imagination. THE RECOMMENDATION: Olga will enchant readers young and old. At times reminiscent of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland and at others of Philip Pullman’s The Golden Compass, fans of fantasy and adventure will find both excitement and comfort in the novel’s pages.

Hate It All You Want: Social Media Can Sell Books

by Renee Miller            

I struggle with book marketing. The perfect formula for selling books eludes me, as it seems to do with most authors.


Pitch Perfect Finalists

Stone and a Hard Place by R L King
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Blade of the Destroyer by Andy Peloquin

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