Sep 05, 2015
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Author Solutions Case Ends in Settlement (but there’s another class action pending), Reedsy Launches an Author Survey, The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep Snagged By Trad Publisher + more in this week’s round-up

Blind

Blind Thrust

samuel Marquis

Rating:  star star star star star 

Cayenne

The Cat and Cayenne

Claudie Hebert

Rating:  star star star star star 

SlushPile

The Slush Pile Brigade

Samuel Marquis

Rating:  star star star star star 

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spider's
IR Interview  |    |  September 3, 2015

Author Alon Seifert Talks about Kickstarting Spider’s Heart

From working on the George Clooney campaign for Nespresso to writing the story of Little Pablo, the vegetarian spider.


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Simmer
IR Book Review  |  August 31, 2015

Rich and thoughtful: SIMMER AND SMOKE by Peggy Lampman

Rating:  star star star star star 

Two women from drastically different backgrounds find their lives and ambitions intersecting as they try to find success in the culinary world.


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super powers
Staff Picks  |    |  September 2, 2015

5 (Indie) Protagonists with Super-Powers

Are you a reader who yearns for the supernatural, magic powers and/or a cosmic sense of wisdom? We’ve got some books for you.


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Mask
IR Book Review  |  August 31, 2015

A shocking and whirlwind hunt for a cunning sociopath in: THE MASK MAKER by Ken Ulano

Rating:  star star star star star 

A gruesome psychological thriller, THE MASK MAKER is not for the faint of heart and rewards with a multi-layered plot and nuanced characters.


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Abracadabra
All About the Book  |    |  September 1, 2015

Page McBrier Talks About “Abracadabra Tut”

A fun, fast-paced read, full of action and adventure that offers surprises at every twist along the journey.


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Dancing
IR Book Review  |  August 28, 2015

COME DANCING’s memorable heroine and witty writing are the cornerstones of this novel. by Leslie Wells

Rating:  star star star star star 

COME DANCING is the story of a lovable young book publisher’s assistant who finds herself thrust into a world she never expected when she falls into a whirlwind romance with the guitarist of a famous rock band.


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fireworks
Tasty Bits  |    |  August 31, 2015

Final Firecracker

Word had come down that there was only one firecracker left in New Jersey.


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Island
IR Book Review  |  August 28, 2015

Aliens on Hawaii? Find out in: AN UNUSUAL ISLAND by D.L. Finn

Rating:  star star star star star 

A blend of science fiction and fantasy, AN UNUSUAL ISLAND follows a pair of American twins who discover an alien race hiding the remains of their world on what appears to be a Hawaiian island.


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saving mona
All About the Book  |    |  August 27, 2015

Gerri Chanel on “Saving Mona Lisa: The Battle to Protect the Louvre and its Treasures During World War II”

Saving Mona Lisa is a fascinating read for anyone interested in history, art, France, Paris, the Louvre or simply a gripping, inspirational story.


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DrinkDirt
IR Book Review  |  August 26, 2015

A vengeful ex-con seeking justice leaves a trail of bodies in: DRINK DIRT, EAT STONE by Kyle Fleishman

Rating:  star star star star star 

A member of the Native Syndicate gang is sent to prison for murder. After serving his time, he is released but not after being given a task from Michael Wolfe, a fellow prisoner and fellow member of the gang.


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go set
Alike But Indie  |    |  August 26, 2015

If You Liked “Go Set A Watchman”, You’ll LOVE…

Choosing an indie book is hard. We’re here to help.


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Kasmah
IR Book Review  |  August 24, 2015

KASMAH FORMA: The three worlds in one by S. Vagus

Rating:  star star star star star 

KASMAH-FORMA is part of the story of the peoples and places on the world of Kasmah, a planet of deserts, forests, and a city where learning and power struggles are intertwined.


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