Too Good To Be Tru – Michael J. Booton

*I edited this novel and received a free ARC of the final book, with no obligation to review at all.  This review is unbiased and represents my own personal opinions.* Blurb: Set in today's confusing pandemic world, Trudy Toogood seeks a better life in London, but tragedy leads her to take a strange path, one that … Continue reading Too Good To Be Tru – Michael J. Booton

Memory Full: U-DAY – Rapha Ram

*I received a free ARC of this book, with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb: Would you trust your developing years to a mysterious organization expecting a successful life in return? In the midst of the 2040s, Livvy Blunt, a girl with an unquiet mind, lives … Continue reading Memory Full: U-DAY – Rapha Ram

Spotlight: James Litherland, author at Outpost Stories

Today I am bringing you a peak into the back catalogue and new releases of prolific author James Litherland. James has three series available at the moment - one complete trilogy and two ongoing sagas. So, let's have a look at them! Miraibanashi - 3 novels of espionage and revolution in a dystopian future Japan … Continue reading Spotlight: James Litherland, author at Outpost Stories

Q&A with Phil Williams – Given to Darkness

I have a review coming up for this book, but was lucky enough to get the opportunity to put a few questions to author Phil Williams about writing, reading and his stories. But first, here’s the book: Blurb: Ikiri demands blood. Whose will it be? A malevolent force stirs from the heart of the Congo. … Continue reading Q&A with Phil Williams – Given to Darkness

Catch-Up Quickies 5

First a quick explanation! Due to some severe health issues over the last few years, and a lingering chronic condition, my planned review schedule went right out of the window and I have been scrabbling ever since to get it back on track. In my latest attempt to try to regain some lost ground, I … Continue reading Catch-Up Quickies 5

Kept From Cages – Phil Williams

*I received a free copy of this book with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb: No one returns from Ikiri. Reece’s gang of criminal jazz musicians have taken shelter in the wrong house. There’s a girl with red eyes bound to a chair. The locals call … Continue reading Kept From Cages – Phil Williams

Zepharius Vol. 1 + 2 – Mel Snyder

*I received free copies of these books, with thanks to the author.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb: The planet Gisaawek is prospering in its government and is growing in military power and security. Everyone is dedicated to their assignments. Their objective is serving their planet to the best of … Continue reading Zepharius Vol. 1 + 2 – Mel Snyder

Q+A with Richard Parry – The Splintered Land trilogy

More reviews coming up for this series, with The Storm Within on my list for this month, but today I have something a little different, as Richard Parry pops by to give us his thoughts on life, the universe and every– no, sorry, his thoughts on books, reading, writing, and his Splintered Land trilogy. For … Continue reading Q+A with Richard Parry – The Splintered Land trilogy

Time to be Gonagain – A.J. Farrelly

*I edited this novel, but purchased my own copy of the final book, with my very own money.  This review is unbiased and represents my personal opinions.* Blurb: On the run-down trading airship, The Reliant, rule number one is that no one gets left behind. So why is it that Captain Oisín Gonagain seems to … Continue reading Time to be Gonagain – A.J. Farrelly

Blight Marked – Josh Erikson

*I proof-read this novel and received a free ARC of the final book, with no obligation to review at all.  This review is unbiased and represents my own personal opinions.* Blurb: Becoming a target is never great, but it’s a little worse when the people trying to kill you are technically the good guys. Gabe escaped … Continue reading Blight Marked – Josh Erikson