Guest Post: Between the Genres

I know it has been a while since I have posted anything because I have been so focused on getting my next book finished, but that is going to stop. I thought I would kick things off with a guest post by Jupiter Gardens Press author, Shauna Aura Knight.  So without further ado, I present to you, Between the Genres.   One of my challenges as a writer has always been genre, or more specifically, genre rules. All of my … Continue reading


Book Review: Exodus 2022

Here is my book review of Kenneth G. Bennett’s new novel, Exodus 2022. The end is coming. We all know it. The only real question is how. Kenneth G. Bennett explores an end of the world scenario as fantastic as it is chilling. The possibility is there, but the author speeds things up with the fantastic elements that makes this story different from the run of the mill Contagion/Zombie/Asteroid scenarios so prevalent today. When Joe Stanton starts ranting about his … Continue reading


Book Review: The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky

The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky by David Litwack has launched! This fabulous title is available now on all online retailers and in your local book stores. You aren’t going to want to miss this new literary journey exploring the clash between reason and faith, and the power of hope and love. The Book After centuries of religiously motivated war, the world has been split in two. Now the Blessed Lands are ruled by pure faith, while in … Continue reading


Book Review: Touched With Fire

Welcome to the REVIEW EVENT for Chris Datta’s Historical Fiction Novel Touched with Fire! We have a great giveaway at the bottom of the post and hope you enjoy hearing about this fabulous book. But first, the details: Ellen Craft is property In this case, of her half-sister Debra, to whom she was given as a wedding gift. The illegitimate daughter of a Georgia plantation owner and a house slave, she learned to hate her own image, which so closely … Continue reading


Book Review: Day of Reckoning

This is my book review of Stephan England’s novel, Day of Reckoning. Harry Nickles is a man used to terror. His position in the Clandestine Service has seen him travel to every possible hotbed of terrorism in the world, but when one of his team members turned traitor during their last mission, it added to the already intense paranoia that accompanies any career spy. Assassination attempts and terror attacks leave Washington D.C. in chaos and Harry is forced to go … Continue reading