June 6, 2018

10-year old Mike Hascal loves horror movies, and it just so happens that his family owns a horror-themed shop—Hascal’s Horrors. Before his Dad’s death, the shop held a contest to see who could take a photograph of a real live ghost. Two teen boys entered the forest, where the ghost was purported to be, but only one returned. Will the ghost of Shawn MacKay seek revenge on Mike and his friends who are now out searching the woods...

June 6, 2018

Nearing the year 2100 CE, Chief of Police, Ada “Charging Deer” Wicker investigates a double-murder in Rosebud, South Dakota—home of the Sicangu Oyate Sioux Nation. Her only suspect is a white doctor who lives in a castle, along with his automatons, on the edge of town. As the evidence against the doctor mounts, Ada knows she must solve this case quickly or risk the townspeople’s terrible wrath.

Complete with pipe organ, a cre...

June 6, 2018

When relics are stolen from a museum, a group of teens inadvertently come together for a high school assignment and find a cipher hidden in the writings of Shakespeare, revealing an ancient secret that could pose a significant danger to the here and now.

Teen sleuths will enjoy this mystery-thriller filled with astonishing secrets, endearing characters, copious clues, history, philosophy, archaeology, secret societies, conspi...

June 4, 2018

This macabre but humorous collection of 3 short horror stories by Alan Zacher—two of which are associated with the Halloween and Christmas holidays—is entertaining and fun to read. All told in the first-person, each story spills the details of how an unusual series of circumstances can change one’s perspective on life and reality forever.

“Murder, Vampires and Leprechauns” contains adult language and themes that I would not a...

June 3, 2018

Congratulations to the following authors whose books qualified for the Indies Helping Indies Book Review Project program! Watch for each of these books/authors to appear on The Writers Block’s Book Review Section on the Yeshua and Miri website soon!

“Ascension’s Call: Book Four of the Levels of Ascension” by Amy Proebstel

“The Magpie’s Daughter (Faeries of the Revelations Book 1)” by Fiona Skye

“Feather of the Blue Heron” by Susa...

June 3, 2018

It’s the year 2087, and a colony of scientists is stranded on the Moon as Earth faces imminent disaster. Meanwhile, back in 1504, a wooden sailing ship is navigating the dangerous waters of religious fundamentalism. Two worlds, separated by space and time, are destined to collide in a simple twist of fate.

Goddard’s “Mother Moon” is a totally absorbing Sci-Fi read, with a plotline that can’t miss and characters that are so re...

June 2, 2018

No man’s land separates 2 soldiers in a war that threatens to engulf the entire Western World as their sweethearts await their return in “A Song for a Soldier”. Daniel’s compelling tale about the Christmas Truce of 1914 balances perspectives from both sides, shining a light on how even the worst of enemies can still find common ground in dealing with the trials and tribulations of everyday life on one Silent, Holy Night.

In “...

June 2, 2018

King‘s depiction of a witch obsessed with revenge and drunk on her own power is spell-binding as main character, Prudence, strikes out on a devious plot to separate two lovers, Jade and Gavin, and put a stop to proposed legislation to keep it from becoming law. Prudence is determined that nothing will stand in her way... even if she must wake the dead for help. As King states in her tag line for this paranormal fantasy novel—t...

May 29, 2018

In “Nine Lives”, the second chapter in Stephanie Barr’s Bete Series, despite having found a rudimentary home on their newfound planet, both humans and Betes continue to fight old prejudices and breed in-fighting, even as the group’s leader is hit with a mysterious disease and an old nemesis threatens the newfound colonies with plans to eradicate the newcomers.

Barr couldn’t have surprised her readers more than when she grooms...

May 28, 2018

Allen Key has lived many lives. This time around, the death of the British ne’er-do-well causes him to meet up with his prior incarnation, Alex, who transports back in time 4,500-years in history—back to the good ole days of the caveman—in an effort to open his eyes to who he is and how he came to be. As a result, Alan’s life—and that of all who ever lived on this rock we call Earth—is forever changed.

Field’s unconventional...

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It's been over two years since I self-published my first novel, “Miriamne the Magdala – The First Chapter in the Yeshua and Miri Novel Series”, and I’ve learned a lot since then. I’ve also made many friends and associates within the Indie community, most of whom have done a great deal to help me advance in my career as an Indie author. I have decided that it is time for me to do my part by helping out our Indie community with a few vital book reviews for authors in need!

Each month, I select 10 books (that have less than 15 Amazon reviews) and provide each Indie Author who qualifies with a "verified purchase" review on Amazon, a feature on The Writers Block (my blog), and free promotional advertising on Twitter and in about 100 author/reader groups on Facebook through my Indies Helping Indies Book Review And here's some more great news - The time to select my next 10 books is soon approaching! Find out when and how you can submit your own book for an IHI review by clicking here.

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