Through Fire by Sage MacGowan – Review

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Through Fire by Sage MacGowan was published November 6th, 2017 by Roane Publishing and is a contemporary romance novel. Synopsis: Confidence. Faith. Redemption. All her life Cass has been the wallflower, quietly content to make her mark from behind the scenes. As a cognitive psychologist in the research field, she will use her intellect and tenacity to heal the “broken” brain. Because she learned long ago she isn’t capable of fixing broken minds, maybe not even broken hearts. Possibility. Strength. Acceptance. Bryan doesn’t even want to think about his present. To escape his past, he had always looked to the future. Continue reading

Should indie authors use a blog tour to promote their books?

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I read many books written by indie authors. Some of them are easy to fall in love with but others do not hold up to the hype. When an indie author self publishes a book deciding how to promote that book can be a challenge. Can a blog book tour help get your book sales or reviews? How do you decide which pr company to use? Will it really work? Hopefully, this will help you answer some if not all of these questions. Continue reading

D.O.G.: Executive Order by Robert Barlow Jr. – Review

D.O.G.: Executive OrderD.O.G.: Executive Order by Robert Barlow Jr. was published December 9th 2017 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. To save his presidency and assure re-election, an arrogant, power-hungry president must end his illegal connections with a terrorist leader before that leader follows through on his threat to make public their relationship. Gunnery Sergeant Zach Hinson and Sergeant First Class Jason Jones, sniper team D.O.G., are ordered to assassinate the terrorist leader, but for the president, it is not enough. Fearful the sniper team will let slip their involvement, the president agrees to the unthinkable and makes a deal with another terrorist. But, his effort to save his presidency becomes a war when it is learned the man with whom he has colluded has failed to act on his agreement.    Continue reading