The Perfect Dark PeakNovember 14, 2016
A unique twist to the demonic realm, paranormal audiences are certainly in for a treat with this first book in a promising new series.
Above all you’ll find that Darkest Hour is a balanced tale. If you don’t appreciate a young woman’s melodrama, there’ll be a fistfight along any second now. Likewise, if you’re dizzy from dog fights, there’ll soon be a budding romance to bring you back down to earth. It’s a story that welcomes all.
Point of View, or POV, is important in writing. We may think, oh, I just like using this, so that’s what I always use and it’s okay, because I’m comfortable with that and being comfortable is best. It’s not. Every piece of writing requires a particular POV. Your choice may be comfortable for you, but it doesn’t mean it’s the POV that’s “right” for the piece you’re writing.
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 Jim Meirose!
There are 11 sales and giveaways going on this week, including our Pitch Perfect finalist, THE FAARIAN CHRONICLES: EXILE: “Half-alien teen, Sunny, has the worst custody agreement, forcing her to go live with her dictatorial mother on another planet. This. Sucks. When her DNA makes Sunny the target of kidnappers, her mother saves her, but is arrested for murder. Can Sunny accept herself in time to save them both?”
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Facing a hopeless future, Sarah Orange leaves the Earth for The Oberon, the last place in the universe a settler can find the American dream alive and well. With her life spinning out of control from drug addiction, Sarah must survive a terrorist threat slowly destroying her new homeland.
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