THE LIVING IS EASY by Dorothy West is an unforgettable portrait of an unlovable antihero as she manipulates her way through 1940s Black Boston society. Check out what Rosa Kumar of IBR has to say about this Feminist Press novel.
OUT FRONT THE FOLLOWING SEA by Leah Angstman is a sweeping tale of intrigue, romance, and feminist power amidst the tumult of colonial North America. Check out what Genevieve Hartman has to say her review of this Regal House Publishing novel.
WHEN I AM ASHES by Amber Rose is a compelling novel of art, philosophy, and the hunt of Nazi war criminals. Check out what Frank Pizzoli of IBR has to say in his review of this historical fiction novel.
A sensitive, enterprising Irishman in 1880s London turns his sexuality into a profession in the evocative historical drama THE SINS OF JACK BRANSON by David Schulze. Check out what Tucker Lieberman of IBR has to say about this indie author novel.
WINDSWEPT by Annabelle McCormack is a multidimensional women’s war drama that balances the stakes between passionate love and treacherous war. Check out what Samantha Hui of IBR has to say in her review of this historical novel.
FALLING INTO THE LIGHT by M.J. Wiley is a poignant fictional tale of one man’s spiritual journey, who just so happens to be the Dalai Lama. Check out what Liam Anthony of IBR has to say about this Atmosphere Press novel.