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October 24, 2016

Are You a Bookmole?

by Amy R. Biddle            

Bookmole (book-mōl) – noun, a person dedicated to reading underground, banned, rare and independent literature.

Review of NO DOGS OR INDIANS by Lisa Hare

by Anita Lock       Selected as a Top Pick!      

A timely must read by all! Once you open it, you won’t be able to put it down. Heart wrenching and eye opening, it will make you angry and hopeful at the same time.

Review of IN PASSING by JR Wirth

by Chantelle Atkins       Reviewer Rating: 3.5 Stars      

In Passing is a paranormal love story with hints of darkness. It explores the possibility of an after life and the existence of ‘angels’, or people who are able to stop others before they make dire mistakes. The book is not afraid to take on gritty social issues, such as child abuse, substance abuse and abortion, and does so in a positive manner. Well worth a read for those who enjoy paranormal romance and books with a religious theme.

Sure, You CAN Publish a Great Book, but SHOULD You?

by Renee Miller            

I believe that every one of us has a novel inside them. We can all write a story, and we can all find folks who will love it. However, that doesn’t mean we all should publish.

Author Spotlight: Steven Burgauer

Here at the Underground, our goal is to promote as many quality indie authors as we can. Toward this end, we’re continuing Author Spotlights. If you are an author and like what you see, go to our submission page for a chance to be featured on Underground Book Reviews! Please welcome Steven Burgauer!


Pitch Perfect Pick Winner

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The Goat by Bill Kieffer

Pitch Perfect Finalists

Burning September by Melissa Simonson
An Enlightening Quiche by Eva Pasco
Unhinged by Kelly Fitzharris Coody
The Gospel According to St Rage by Karen Eisenbrey
Shadowland by C.M.Gray

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