Take the Train to Work

April 3, 2017

Review of THE SIX TRAIN TO WISCONSIN by Kourtney Heintz

by Chantelle Atkins       Reviewer Rating: 5 Stars       1

A unique book which successfully crosses into several genres. The plot revolves around the two main characters Kai and Oliver, a married couple with some unusual problems. Kai is a telepath, whose absorption of the thoughts and feelings of others has pushed her to the brink of suicide. Oliver is determined to save her but keeps his own painful past off the radar. Oliver takes Kai back to his home town of Butternut, Wisconsin in order to save her, but in doing so, he is forced to confront his painful past and secrets which could blow the entire community apart. Romance, magic realism, thriller and mystery. And it works. This book held me from start to finish. It was understated and really quite glorious. Highly recommended.

Talent Vs Hard Work

by Steve Wetherell      

Anyone can write if they put the hard work and dedication in, even those idiots who stand around prattling about wishing and luck. Talent is just following through on a decision to be good at something. Right?

Current Sales and Giveaways

Sales and giveaways this week include a .99 cent sale of NEW DAWN by Attila Orosz. “A man is running for his life. An army is deployed to hunt him down. He has no right to be there. He has no right to live. He is not considered human. In the United States of Europe, 2058, the price of freedom is higher than ever before.”

Pitch Perfect Pick Winner

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


Votes: 2

Frankie Mourning kills the killers. But when something supernatural opens up old wounds in her hometown, she has to turn to a detective on the run for help.

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