1836: YEAR OF ESCAPE by Rose Osterman Kleidon is a desperate and dangerous journey and an immersive historical fiction. Check out what Kathy L. Brown has to say in her review of this indie historical novel.
Rock Gods & Messy Monsters by Diane Hatz is the best kind of absurdism; the kind that wears a veneer of the surreal while having the grisly guts of reality right underneath. Check out what Joshua Bligh has to say in this absurdist book review.
THE RED-HEADED PILGRIM by Kevin Maloney is a break from a wild reality and an entrance into a light and funny one. Check out what Joe Walters of IBR has to say in his review of this Two Dollar Radio novel.
WELCOME TO THE MADHOUSE by Valerie Anne Hudson is “a triumph of historical fiction—as vivid historically as it is gripping.” Check out more of what Steph Huddleston has to say in her review of this indie historical novel.