#Indieaugust Author Spotlight: Rachel Rener

Rachel Rener Rachel Rener is the author of THE LIGHTNING CONJURER Series, a critically-acclaimed contemporary fantasy with elements of magical realism and romance. Her most recent release, THE GIRL WHO TALKS TO ASHES, remains at the top of Amazon’s bestsellers list. She graduated from the University of Colorado after focusing on Psychology and Neuroscience. Since Read More

#Indieaugust Author Spotlight: Derek Nelsen

Derek Nelsen Derek Nelsen was born in New Jersey and raised in North Carolina. A second generation Norwegian American, his grandparents emigrated to the US, settling in Norwegian neighborhoods in New York. Within a generation these wonderful people left NY to find a better life for their families in the country. New Jersey, the Garden Read More

#Indieaugust Author Spotlight: Caedis Knight

Caedis Knight Caedis Knight is the pen name of two established fantasy authors Jacqueline Silvester and N J Simmonds. Jacqueline and Natali met at London’s Young Adult Literary convention in 2017. Jacky had just launched the first book of her Wunderkids series, and Natali was there with The Path Keeper, the first book in her Read More

#Indieaugust Author Spotlight: G.V. Pearce

G.V. Pearce G.V. Pearce is a mysterious being said to haunt the North York Moors, but is otherwise as yet unclassified by science. Rumour has it that they can be summoned by leaving coffee in a faery circle at midnight. G.V.’s books with Improbable Press include their Sherlockian mystery Ghost Story and Strangest Day So Read More

Camp Nano 2021- July Review

One more day until Camp NaNo ends, but it’s the last Friday of the month so you’re getting a Camp NaNo review for this year. How about that? I can already say I didn’t complete my goal of writing 130 sprints because so much has happened this month, 130 was a stretch even before the Read More

Review: The Midnight Bargain by C. L. Polk

I read The Midnight Bargain by C. L. Polk as part of the Kobo Plus program. It’s nice to see traditionally published books also being included in the program, and I really wanted to read this one. Fantasy romance stories with regency elements are my jam! (Have I mentioned Stephanie Burgis lately? She writes more Read More