On Vultures and Men

December 19, 2016

3 Stars – Prenitia: The Fate of Vultures by Jessica O’Toole

by Steve Wetherell       Reviewer Rating: 3 Stars      

With a compelling cast of characters, each with believable motivations, the story feels grounded- less like a fairy tale than one might expect given the genre and backdrop. For fans of softer heroic fantasy, with emphasis on the dramatic rather than the fantastic, Prenitia: The Fate of Vultures is a satisfying tale with well drawn characters and fun dialogue. It’s well suited for readers of all ages, and will probably be most at home with a YA audience.

How to Write Like a Guy When You’re Not

by Renee Miller      

A penis doesn’t make a character an alien creature with unfathomable motivations or desires.

This Week’s Pitch Perfect Pick

This week’s Pitch Perfect Pick winner is STANLEY MCCLOUD MUST DIE! by Adrian Baldwin: “Dark Comedy that’s part Vonnegut part Monty Python.” Our new nominations are EXTERIORS AND INTERIORS, and LITTLETHUMB SNEEZED. Vote, like and share your favorite to see it win next week’s Pitch Perfect Pick!

Current Sales and Giveaways

There are five sales and giveaways this week, including a NEW DAWN by Attila Orosz: “Can freedom exist, if being human is a privilege?”

Pitch Perfect Pick Winner

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

Stanley McCloud Must Die!

Votes: 6

Dying ancient inveterate gambler Stanley McCloud places a huge bet that he’ll reach his next birthday … but evil bookie Maggy McCulloch has second thoughts as the big day approaches.

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