This book is recommended for those who are into urban fantasy and paranormal with mystery, suspense and thriller elements (with a bit of dark humor thrown in). This also appealed to anime fans, because some of the characters are quirky, like the female lead who poisons people, races cars and tries to run from the mafia while dressed like a 70’s child. Oh, and getting hunted by the feds because of her profession, unaware that’s he’s a professional hitman dressed like a homicide detective.
Jim Goforth is a reputable horror editor and writer for J Ellington Ashton Press and Crystal Lake Publishing. To learn what the master of horror and splatterpunk is up to, click on the interview 🙂
When a writer is bored with their scenery, it reflects in their writing. Readers will know and eventually criticize in reviews, or put the book down before finishing. Therefore, this post will discuss how to change up some of those boring scenes and revive them into something new and refreshing.
Toneye’s one of the nicest Aussies I’ve met in the publishing industry, hitting it off in Facebook groups and eventually working with him in JEA. While his typing is different from most writers, he started early to establish his style.
So, without further ado, I present to you Toneye Eyenot, writer and editor of JEA.
Take your time and use the same qualities in any other project towards NaNoWriMo.
I wanted to share some exciting news with you guys! This won't be out for a while, but I've gotten permission to share this cover with you from JEA Press. The cover artist, Stephen Cooney, already shared this on Facebook, so the publishing house said I could share as well. Coming from JEA is an anthology called ...
Michelle Garza and Melissa Lason are a sister writing duo who I met in several Facebook groups, including at JEA Press. They are taking the publishing world by storm with their short stories and novels, but have always managed to say a kind word or two my way when I have questions in various Facebook groups. Without further ado, here are the Sisters of Slaughter, famous for their first novel, Mayan Blue.
Authors can choose which character they’d like to “face off” against Aviere’s crew. Any genre and author is welcome to participate, even if they’re releasing their first book. 🙂
I met Michael a while ago in several Facebook groups and he writes stories that suit my fancy. He's got a few books out and I hope to put them on my TBR pile. For now, I'm thankful Michael agreed to participate in this interview, and he's been patient in getting this out there. Tell us ...
When I met R.D., he explained about several books involving an autistic child, which was inspired by his son. Naturally, this touched me, because I don’t see a lot of young adult books with this in mind. There are plenty of people on my list interested in these works, since several friends either are disabled or are raising special needs children.