It’s still summer, and we’re still socially distancing. What better way to relax with a friend than reading the same book? There’s still time to find your next great read.
The Practical Mage’s Guide to Magic and Mayhem, by Dan Ackerman
(Side note: I loved this one myself, and I highly recommend it!)
“Ackerman once again does an amazing job building their universe while at the same time telling an incredibly compelling story and having characters that are fully realized and who feel like real people. While I would never spoil any part...
Are you looking for a great new read? We’ve got you covered.
First, check out these awesome reviews for The Things That Come, by Dan Ackerman:
"While a list hardly does justice to the superbly crafted mix of elements, here are some of the issues represented: mental illness, homophobia, racism, bigotry, self harm, single parenthood, sex work, religion, and disability. Ackerman does a marvelous job working these themes into the fabric of the characters and into their storylines.” -...
Time to see what readers have to say about our most recent releases!
Geonn Cannon's Kennel Club (Underdogs #7) had this brief but delightful review from Diane on Goodreads. What's fun about it is that it generated a whole conversation about how fantastic the series is.
"Excellent series! Just wow -- i highly recommend this incredibly written series to everyone!"
Peanutt2U on Amazon definitely agrees:
We've had a great few months of releases! Here's what readers have had to say about our books:
Can You Hear Me? by Geonn Cannon (February)
There’s much I like about this tale: a woodworker plying her craft in an old Indiana farm and a pilot flying the cutting edge of space vehicles. Old tech and new tech, and a ham radio that even the smartest of inventors didn’t see breaking through his modern communications, and how an open window can change your view...
One question that comes up frequently associated with indie authors and small presses: "Should I message an author to let them know about typos in their published work?"
The answer is complicated. Some authors welcome this kind of feedback; others don't. Regardless, there are some things a person could consider before poking into someones DMs.
1. Is it actually wrong?