The Dark Messiah (The Second Dark Ages Book 1), Michael Anderle – Review

Michael returns to a post-apocalyptic Earth after 150 years in the Etheric, recovering from being hit by a nuclear blast.…

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Frank Kurns Stories of the UnknownWorld, Michael Anderle and Natalie Grey – Review

This collection includes You Don’t Touch John’s Cousin (Frank Kurns Stories of the UnknownWorld 01; The Kurtherian Gambit Book 7.5)…

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Genre Writing: Science Fiction and Fantasy

A common piece of advice to new authors is to identify and write in their favorite (or a single) genre.…

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Space Carrier Avalon (Castle Federation Book 1), Glynn Stewart – Review

Space Carrier Avalon is old and ready for decommissioning. The Federation Space Navy sends her out on one last tour.…

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Risk be Damned: A Kurtherian Gambit Series (Trials and Tribulations Book 1), Natalie Grey, Michael Anderle – Review

This is the first book in yet another series set in the Kurtherian Gambit universe. It takes place between books…

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Alpha Class: A Kurtherian Gambit Series (The Etheric Academy Book 2), TS Paul, Michael Anderle: Review

This book follows Alpha Class on their second round of studies, this time with Chief Engineer Joe Deteusch. While Deteusch…

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Stone Cold Magic, Jayne Faith: Review

Ella Grey is a demon patrol officer who died while working, then mysteriously revived 18 minutes later. Unfortunately, she came…

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Alpha Class: A Kurtherian Gambit Series, TS Paul, Michael Anderle: Review

This is the first book in a series chronicling the adventures of the first class in the Etheric Academy –…

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The Kurtherian Gambit Part 2; Michael Anderle – Review

We Will Build (The Kurtherian Gambit Book 8) starts the next story arc in the Kurtherian Gambit series. Bethany Anne…

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The Kurtherian Gambit Part 1, Michael Anderle: Review

I discovered this series when a post for Death Becomes Her showed up in my Facebook feed. Since all the…

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