Review: The Last Gifts of the Universe by Rory August

I read The Last Gifts of the Universe by Rory August for the Ready Player Read(athon) because it fit the Book by Discord Member-prompt. I picked this book during a promotion without knowing much about it. After reading the first few pages, I knew it was going to be a fun little book (around 200 Read More

#Indieaugust Author Spotlight: Alex Robins

Alex Robins Alex Robins was born in Norwich, England back when it was still trendy to wear lycra tracksuits and bright pink headbands. Norwich School Library was where he first discovered his love of reading, an old converted undercroft packed to the rafters with books. The first fantasy series he read was The Dragonlance Chronicles Read More

#Indieaugust Author Spotlight: Vaela Denarr & Micah Iannandrea

Vaela Denarr & Micah Iannandrea Our names are Vaela (She/They) and Micah (They/Them), and beyond being in a committed romantic (unfortunately long distance) relationship, we write queer stories together. Our debut was THE GIFT OF BLOOD, a story that started out as simply being about a vampire hunting monsters, and evolved into a tale of Read More

#Indieaugust Author Spotlight: A. R. Witham

A. R. Witham A.R. Witham is the author of The Legend of Black Jack, his fantasy debut. A three-time Emmy-winning writer-producer and a great lover of adventure, Andy is the world’s foremost expert on the history of Keymark. He loves to talk with young people and adults who remember what young people know. He has Read More

#Indieaugust Author Spotlight: R. A. Klepsis

R. A. Klepsis R. A. Klepsis, author and Wizard Extraordinaire, spends most of his time at his residence outside of Ilium, where he writes and tends his collection of tiny monsters. His previous works include Dragonslayer: a Young Wizard’s Tale and Lair of Tellenioc. He insists that the stories that blame him for inciting the Read More

#Indieaugust Author Spotlight: Kara Jorgensen

Kara Jorgensen Kara Jorgensen (she/they) is a queer, nonbinary oddball with a penchant for all things antiquated, morbid, or just plain strange. While in college, she realized she no longer wanted to be Victor Frankenstein but instead wanted to write like Mary Shelley and thus abandoned her future career in science for writing. She melds Read More

#Indieaugust Author Spotlight: Melinda Kucsera

Melinda Kucsera Melinda writes epic fantasy adventures when armies of fictional characters aren’t storming her apartment and begging for page time. Some characters will do anything for a scene, but that’s another story. If you want to meet those characters, check out her books. Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram His Angelic Keeper Books Read More