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Review: The Traitors We Are by Michael Roberti

Misfortunate is the one that calls Aroegin Reach home. When the only guarantees in life are taxes and hard times, only the strong survive here. They pay their dues with blood. For a better...

REVIEW: Crackle and Fire: An Angela Hardwicke Sci-Fi Mystery by Russ Colchamiro

Crackle and Fire: An Angela Hardwicke Sci-Fi Mystery is one of those rare finds for me as a discerning indie book reader. Basically, it was a random buy. Unlike the majority of my books...

REVIEW: A Book of Blades: Volume II

Sequel to 2022’s A Book of Blades, A Book of Blades: Volume II is the second anthology of fiction curated by the crew of Rogues in the House: The Ultimate Sword & Sorcery Podcast....

REVIEW: Behind Blue Eyes: Last Stand by Anna Mocikat

Behind Blue Eyes is a fantastic cyberpunk series that remains one of the best indie experiences I’ve had the pleasure of finding. Kindle Unlimited is a feast or a famine with nine terrible books...

REVIEW: Echoes of Olympos Mons by Eric Malikyte

I love science fiction horror. Sort of like how I believe cyberpunk is when you mix noir and science fiction, sci-fi horror is what I cut my teeth on. It’s been there more or...

REVIEW: Old Moon Quarterly: Issue 3, Winter 2023

An intriguing newcomer to the small press dark fantasy fiction scene, Old Moon Quarterly has recently released its third volume. The magazine bills itself as a showcase for weird fantasy fiction and sword &...

REVIEW: Reclamation by Richard Swan

In Reclamation by Richard Swan, I have found a sci-fi series that scratches that itch left over from The Expanse. Having recently finished Swan’s brilliant fantasy novel The Tyranny of Faith I found myself wanting more...

REVIEW: Miskatonic by Mark Sable

Miskatonic by Mark Sable is an indie comic book I stumbled upon by accident. Lovecraft has a somewhat sketchy history with adaptations of his work to comic books with Alan Moore’s  Providence and a...

Death's Beating Heart character art from hardcover

REVIEW: Death’s Beating Heart by Rob J. Hayes

Picking up just moments after the ending of Sins of the Mother, Death’s Beating Heart brings us at last to the conclusion to The Eternal War. Eskara Helsene has come out of retirement to...

REVIEW: The Crew by Sadir S. Samir

What do you get when you mix Deadpool, Kings of the Wyld, and adventure fantasy? You get The Crew by Sadir S. Samir. This wildly imaginative, rampantly out there tale has plenty to love, and unfortunately...