Anna by Sammy H.K. Smith

I gripped by Kindle. White knuckles... I felt anger. frustration, and pain for this character. I took a deep breath and put it down gently... Anna. After two years of being adrift in the Unland, she is abducted by a man named Will. In just the first few pages of the book, I knew this... Continue Reading →

The First Omega by Megan E. O’Keefe

People live a hardscrabble existence in O'Keefe's dystopian Southwest. They get what they can out of the arid soil,  and some even try to take advantage of the high-speed rail that runs through. Pac-At's rail trucks carry everything across the continent from weapons to flour, but you have to look out for the bull... Riley,... Continue Reading →

Mara’s Awakening by Leo Flynn

Mara's Awakening is the first book in The Mara Files by Leo Flynn. With snappy dialogue and action galore, this short piece felt very reminiscent of comic book writing. The main plot arc is simple enough: Mara has been locked away for several years and in the first pages of the story the warden is... Continue Reading →

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