The Three Keys series by Dana Alexander weaves a fantastical story about good vs evil with a female lead.
The How To Draw Cool Stuff series by Catherine V. Holmes is an easy-to-follow drawing guide that’ll help you with sketching, shading, and a whole lot more.
Unblemished by Sara Ella is a dark YA fantasy that falls into some old clichés but is still an enjoyable read.
The Quantum Cop is the first book in a series by Lesley L. Smith. It follows Madison Martin, a physics professor, as she tries to control her abilities and stop an evil student.
Brain Storm is a mystery-thriller that follows Angela Richman as she tries to uncover the identity of a murderer while recovering from a personal medical condition.
Someone Must Die by Sharon Potts is kind of a repetitive mystery, but it is still a fun enough story to warrant a whole read.
While Paraíso by Gordon Chaplin has its up and downs, along with some murders, at heart it is a story about the bond shared between a brother and sister.
Today we have author Sadaf Zulfikar with us – the author of The Grasp of Nighttide, a fantasy thriller about a girl named Alice who must find answers to her life by recovering her past. Check out our exclusive interview with the author where we talk about her work, inspirations, and more! Tell us a […]
Every year at BookExpo America and BookCon, I go through the list of books that will be featured and make an Excel spreadsheet (color-coded!) of all the titles that I want to pick up. Usually I come home with more than fifty books, half of which I never end up reading. This year, I tried […]
I am relatively new to comics. I subscribe to Marvel Unlimited, and I’m working my way through a lot of their titles, but I freely admit that there is still a lot about the Marvel universe that I just don’t know. I picked my favorite characters largely because of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and just […]