A fun collection of stories from a perspective that gets all too little attention: that of the submissive male. Despite this being (apparently) a pretty common preference, you rarely encounter it in fiction and even more rarely in a positive light. Due to their brevity, these stories by necessity only skim the psychological surface, but […]Read more "“Yes Ma’am: Erotic Tales of Male Submission”"
Very excited to announce that “The Midnight Land: Part One” has been chosen as a finalist in the Fantasy category for the 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year awards! In a competition with over 1500 other entrants, it’s pretty great to have made it this far. Feeling the #indielove! Stay tuned for the winner announcements […]Read more "“TMLI” is a Fantasy Finalist in the INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards!"
“The Surgeon’s Mate” is a genre-bending book in the vein of…well, I’m not sure, actually, but the closest example I can come up are Peter Hoeg’s books like “Borderliners” or “The History of Danish Dreams.” Like them, “The Surgeon’s Mate” combines history, fiction, autobiography, and a bizarre dash of surrealism and magic. Taken together, the […]Read more "“The Surgeon’s Mate” by Alan M. Clark"
Interview with Renee Scattergood http://reneesauthorspotlight.blogspot.com.au/2016/03/the-midnight-land-part-one-flight-by-ep.htmlRead more "Latest interview!"
“Hook’s Pan” is a fun paranormal romance with an intriguing premise: James Hook is the good guy (well, actually, he’s a Bad Boy, of course, but in the sexy way, not the evil way), and Peter Pan is an annoying brat who accidentally murdered Hook’s beloved, the mermaid Talia. Only it turns out she’s been […]Read more "Hook’s Pan by Marie Hall"
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I picked up this book, since it looked like a departure from some of Tan’s previous works. And it is, in a way, but I enjoyed it tremendously. I noticed that other people have left negative reviews of it; I feel like we must have been reading two […]Read more "“Saving Fish from Drowning” by Amy Tan"