THE DARK HEART OF EVERY WILD THING by Joseph Fasano is a beautiful and brutal examination of intimacy, grief, and man’s relationship with nature. Check out what Nathaniel Drenner has to say in his review of this Platypus Press 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.
DIE THE VILLAIN by C.P. Serret is a modern romance filled with love, betrayal, and a touch of spy-thrilling action. Check out what Robyn-Lee Samuels of IBR has to say in her review of 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.
A runaway drama turns heist thriller in SANDSTORM by Joyce Yarrow, a women’s fiction novel of growing up too fast. Check out what Samantha Hui of IBR has to say in her review of this DX Varos Ltd novel.
WILTING AT GIN MILLS by Job Tyler Leach is a timely and absorbing literary novel where bar room regulars shed their social media identities & reveal their true selves. Check out what Frank Pizzoli has to say about this Milford House Press novel.
MOTHERS OF PINE WAY by Corrine Ardoin is a poignant and complex literary novel of small-town life and mothers’ impact on their children. Check out what Samantha Hui of IBR has to say about this Black Rose Writing novel.
THE JESUS NUT by John Prather is a chance for readers and book clubs to explore life’s vexing challenges with more than a few laughs along the way. Check out what Frank Pizzoli has to say in this book review of this Atmosphere Press novel.