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Today NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Stephen Templin releases a new military thriller, TRIDENT’S FIRST GLEAMING. Clever, sharp, and packed with quite the powerful punch, Stephen’s first solo fiction endeavor truly reflects the intensity of what it’s like to be a Navy SEAL. Former SEAL Chris Paladin leaves SEAL Team […]

More Award News for Lisa Kessler

This weekend was a big one for my dear friend and author Lisa Kessler. The first book in her Moon series, MOONLIGHT, won the award for Best Published Romance at the San Diego Book Awards! And no wonder–even Sherrilyn Kenyon, #1 NYT Bestselling Author of the Dark-Hunter Series, loved it: “A fabulous […]

SUNROPER Nominated for FF&P Prism Award

For the past several years, the Fantasy, Futuristic, & Paranormal Romance Writers (a specialized branch of Romance Writers of America) have held the Prism Awards for published authors. In categories ranging from Dark Paranormal to Young Adult to Time/Travel Steampunk, the awards are becoming more and […]

Welcome to the world, GYPSY!

Today, one of my fave authors (both to work with and to read!) Trisha Leigh gets a happy dance from me. *happy dance* Why, you wonder? Because GYPSY, the first installment in Trisha’s fantastic new YA sci-fi series called The Cavy Files, just hit the shelves!!! To say I’m excited about this […]

DVE Author Hits Top-100 on Amazon

Tammy Falkner has done it again with her newest release in the Reed Brothers series, MAYBE MATT’S MIRACLE. Released only yesterday, this sweet and heartfelt contemporary romance has hit the top-100 in three different Amazon rankings: #62 in Genre Fiction Books, #83 in Contemporary Kindle eBooks, and #92 in […]

Release Day for WILD CARD!

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Today is a special day. Why, you ask? It’s just a regular Monday, you say? No way, dude. Today marks the much-anticipated debut release of WILD CARD by Jamie Wyman! Woop! This book is a fun, snarky urban fantasy so jam-packed with awesomeness you’ll be begging for the next installment–and I’m not just […]


Adrienne LaCava‘s debut novel, NO ONE CAN KNOW, has hit shelves in plenty of time for the anniversary of the JFK assassination, a pivotal point in the story’s unfolding. And with only five-star reviews on Amazon thus far, it’s no surprise Kirkus Reviews loved it, too: LaCava’s well-researched, character-driven debut thriller […]