Book promo…

First up is Supernatural Streets, an anthology from Rob Reed.\

As always, click the cover for the Amazon link.

The blurb-

Supernatural Streets brings together 14 Urban Fantasy authors to explore mysteries with a touch of Magic. The collection includes stories of psychic FBI agents, werewolf detectives, monster hunters, and an ordinary cop just trying to survive when the ritual daggers come out.

The anthology includes work by Dragon Award Finalist Declan Finn, Hugo Award nominated author Cedar Sanderson, best-selling authors Ryk E. Spoor and Julie Frost, and other fan-favorites and rising stars. 

Some good folks in this one!!!

Next up is another Familiars tale from Alma Boykin- Familiar Vows

The blurb-

From Familiars who horn in on their new mages to a quiet night with Master Saldovado and a sorceress with a single spell, nothing’s quite what it seems in this Familiar world.

Lelia and André just want a quiet wedding celebration, but his family seems determined to add excitement to things. Mike comes home to Riverton on leave and backs into an old problem. Eugene Moorehouse fixes a fence under closer supervision than he’d planned. And Martin and Chester discover that sometimes, a mage in need is a mage indeed.

Six short stories in the Familiar Tales universe.

And a damn good one too!!!

And last but not least, Peter Nealan’s next installment in the Maelstrom Rising series- Strategic Assets

The blurb-

They retook Gdansk…

…At a terrible cost for both sides.

Where and when will the next blow fall?

Winter is setting in, and Eastern Europe is hurting. Russians prowl on one side, while the European Defense Council’s forces sit on the German side of the border, strangely quiet. Matt and his team have recovered from the wounds they received in Gdansk, but as low-intensity warfare continues, the question remains:

What is the EDC waiting for?

The Triarii are sure that the same people who launched the war aren’t giving up. They’ve already killed thousands. Power is their only goal, and the EDC won’t simply leave the Americans and Poles in peace. They can’t. Too much blood has already been shed.

So, Matt and his team get a new mission.

Go deep into enemy territory and find out what is happening.

Before the next hammer blow ends the war for good…

You’ll love this next thriller in the hard-hitting military action series because the tension is as palpable as the action is brutal!

Get it now. 

And our anthology, Spotreps is still chugging along #76 in Fiction Anthologies, which isn’t bad a month after publication. It’s available, HERE.   

And remember folks, HONEST reviews make or break us starving writers, so please take a couple of minutes when you finish to drop a review. We DO appreciate them!!!


Book promo… — 6 Comments

  1. Hey Old NFO;

    Thanks for the reminder; I finished Spotreps…I gotta leave a review especially since I actually know a couple of the ruffians in meatspace who wrote stories in it. And I will check out the others 🙂

  2. “the tension is as palpable as the action is brutal!”

    I think I’d enjoy that… hmmmm.

  3. Tried to leave a review of SPOTREPS, and Amazon refused it. Seems they don’t like the phrase “Marxist traitors”.

  4. Alma Boykin is good but when you are up to 14 of the same series and it becomes a rehash of all that made the first couple good; no thank you.
    The fizz is gone Alma. Start something new.

  5. Privateer Tales: Very good but a lot of books to read. Got a little slow.

    Maelstrom Rising: Excellent, moved on to American Praetorian, although may have benefited from only have to read four books.

    Trader’s Tales: Good first book but right around the second or third it devolved into teenage fantasy, complete with lots of beautiful (but diverse) women who all wanted the main character, along with pages of explication on the main characters newly developed fashion sense. Seriously, pages of standing around in his underwear at a clothing boutique while the women enjoyed the “show”.

    That being said, haven’t had time to leave reviews for any of them because I’ve been too busy taking advantage of my Kindle Unlimited subscription. Need to get off my bum and write reviews.