Magic and Miller Time

February 8, 2016

Review of Stone and a Hard Place by R L King

by Katie Rose Guest Pryal       Reviewer Rating: 3.5 Stars      

If you’ll read a story about magic, even if it isn’t perfect, simply because magic is your thing, this professionally produced book is a good choice for you.

Three is a Magic Number: Using UBR to Find More Readers.

by Brian Braden      

Most indies don’t have publishers, nor do they have agents, publicists or money. What they do have is the internet. If they are really lucky, they have the internet and Underground Book Reviews.

Nothing Left to Write?

by Renee Miller      

In fiction writing, it’s widely believed that there is literally nothing new under the sun in terms of story. Every plot, when stripped to the basics, has essentially been done before. You can’t possibly bring anything to the table we haven’t seen before. Yawn. So why bother?

Author Spotlight: Allen Brown

Hidden deep within the woods of the Albertan mountains, Allen spends his nights churning away at his passion. Writing. A new comer to the industry. Learn Allen’s secrets!

Pitch Perfect Pick Winner

Over the last month, our top submissions were put to a vote. This one came out on top.

Blood Hound

Votes: 11

BLOOD HOUND is the first installment in the Hound of Eden series. The books tell the story of Alexi Sokolsky, a wizard and hitman for the Russian Mafia who is drawn into the cosmic war against the Morphorde, an evil entity trying to destroy all Life in the universe.

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