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The Shaman and the Rose
by Bill Haynes

This is a book sent to my by the author for free, to review. I’ve sat on it for some time. In part because I’ve had several other books I wanted to read, in part because I didn’t have a …

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by Frank Creed

If there is one thing that can be said about Flashpoint, it’s this is not your father’s Christian apocalyptic tale. This first book in Frank Creed’s series (the next book is coming out soon, I understand), introduces us to a …

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Book Review: Seabird
by Sherry Thompson

One might be tempted to think a story where a character gets whisked away to a strange fantasy world would be full of trite fantasy plots. You’ll find none of that here. No elves, no dwarfs, wizards, dragons. Instead, you …

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Review: “Seven Archangels: Annihilation”
by Jane Lebak

Seven Archangels: Annihilation by Jane Lebak ISBN: 0979307945 If you like angels and demons, this may be the book for you. Whereas the TV program “Touched By an Angel” played out in this world, this book primarily allows one to …

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Review: League of Superheroes
by Stephen L. Rice

League of Superheroes By Stephen L. Rice ISBN: 193428405X Radiation explains so many superhero powers, it’s refreshing to see a more unique method of creating them. And to find a superhero book that classifies as science fiction instead of fantasy …

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The Muse: A Fun Read

The Muse, by Fred Warren, takes the reader into the world of muses, thus the title. Stan is a writer who’s having trouble figuring out where to go with his story. His writer’s group, consisting of Davos and Jilly, are …

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“Deuces Wild: Beginners’ Luck” Review

On the surface, Deuces Wild: Beginners’ Luck by L. S. King is a good, old-fashion, space opera story full of adventure with a touch of humor that most, if not all, will enjoy. Are there are explosions? Yes! Battles? A …

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  • Hero Game

    Second book in The Virtual Chronicles. A superhero space adventure!

  • Mind Game

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    First book in The Virtual Chronicles. Virtual reality has never been so real!

  • Reality’s Fire

    Third book in The Reality Chronicles. The exciting finale goes to Hell and back.

  • Reality’s Ascent

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    Second book in The Reality Chronicles. An adventure with consequences.

  • Reality’s Dawn

    First book in The Reality Chronicles. 15 adventures of Sisko to enjoy!

  • Ethereal Worlds Anthology

    25 short stories and flash fictions written over five years by R. L. Copple.

  • Strange Worlds of Lunacy

    Let's go there. It's a silly place. Two flash fictions in this anthology: "Shake, Rattle, and Roll," and "Baby Truth."