Killing Dreams and Getting Reviews

March 21, 2016

Review of Dream Killer by Mike Baldwin

by Kim Kash       Reviewer Rating: 2 Stars      

Veteran sports writer Mike Baldwin has written a novel aimed at baseball fans and those with affection for the Midwest and for sleep-away summer camps (and really, who’s not a fan of those?) His heroine, sports agent extraordinaire Veronica Townsend, is a beautiful woman (pillowy lips, red nails, strappy sandals, the works) who hollers at the TV when the game’s on in a sports bar and consistently breaks the speed limit in her BMW sports car. She is determined not to let the beloved Camp Dream Catcher be ruined by scandal and murder, and to that end chases all over Kansas tracking down clues and piecing together fragments of the sordid death of a handsome but troubled lifeguard.

What’s a Girl Gotta Do For a Review?

by Renee Miller      

Need book reviews? Those little buggers are hard to get. I thought I understood the game, but my paltry review numbers on Amazon are evidence that I do not. Or are they?

Author Spotlight: Philip Brown

Philip Brown, YA contemporary fantasy author of Light Runner, is motivated by the power of words to change lives. He teaches high school and is inspired by his students, many of whom struggle to overcome difficult social and personal issues. He believes the classroom is a place filled with brilliant and amazing stories.

Pitch Perfect Pick Winner

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

La Déesse Noire: The Black Goddess

Votes: 2

Sired by a British peer, born of a paramour to Indian royalty, Kali Matai was destined from birth to enthrall England’s most powerful men. She hadn’t counted on becoming their pawn.

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