Blind Love

February 26, 2018

3.5 stars: Review of LOVE ON TRIAL by PC Zick

by Nada Qamber       Reviewer Rating: 3.5 Stars      

Two lawyers, two dogs, a case, and a chance to fall in love. Love on Trial was laid out to be a slightly heated romance between two lawyers and ended up being light and sweet romance novel. A recommended read for those who enjoy light, contemporary, and clean romance about puppy love, swallowing your pride and following your pups first love.

SHELFIES: Nicole Kimberling of Blind Eye Books & One Block Empire

by Bill Kieffer            

Before starting Blind Eye Books, I worked as a line cook and as a bookseller for the now departed Waldenbooks. I was not a tremendously good bookstore employee. (I don’t like to alphabetize and I refused to upsell the company credit card.) However, I truly excelled at suggesting new books for readers. This was before the algorithms had been invented so I spent a lot of my time thinking about what different kinds of readers enjoyed. That’s served me very well. Blind Eye Books titles have won several awards. To date we have three Lambda finalists and one Lambda Best Novel win. We also have a Gaylactic Spectrum Award, a Carl Brandon Parallax Award and a handful of Rainbow Awards. It’s always wonderful to win awards. It really helps authors believe more firmly in the clarity and validity of their own voices and visions.

Author Spotlight: Dan Chabot

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 Dan Chabot!


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