Indie Spotlight

INDIE SPOTLIGHT: Emmy Nation: Undercover Suffragette | #Equality #StandUpForWhatYouBelieveIn

Emmy Nation: Undercover Suffragette L. Davis Monroe A fascinating glimpse into often-overlooked aspects of women’s history, Emmy Nation: Undercover Suffragette follows a young typewriter girl as she struggles to survive on her own in 1913 London. Emmy’s wages are far from sufficient to feed and clothe her properly, so when she’s offered a better-paying job… Continue reading INDIE SPOTLIGHT: Emmy Nation: Undercover Suffragette | #Equality #StandUpForWhatYouBelieveIn

Friday Fiction

FRIDAY FICTION: The Microwave Tower | #FreeFiction

The Microwave Tower I must have passed the same tower every day for the last thirty years. It stood so tall and yet, it blended so seamlessly into the background. I knew it was there, but it didn’t register as anything other than part of the scenic backdrop to my focussed world. That was until… Continue reading FRIDAY FICTION: The Microwave Tower | #FreeFiction

A Review from my Commute

A REVIEW FROM MY COMMUTE: ZOO — James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge | #WhenAnimalsAttack

I’ve found lately that I’m getting through audiobooks faster, though my rides to work haven’t been getting longer — it’s an odd phenomena but one I can’t say I’m disliking. One of the recent books I finished was ZOO by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge. World All over the world, brutal attacks are crippling entire… Continue reading A REVIEW FROM MY COMMUTE: ZOO — James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge | #WhenAnimalsAttack

Indie Spotlight

INDIE SPOTLIGHT: Viscera | #CollectionofStrangeTales

Viscera Jessica B. Bell Viscera is a collection of short stories full of all the things that make you squirm, cringe, and laugh when you know you shouldn’t. You’ll remember why you’re afraid of the dark and experience an abundance of weird creatures: witches, ancient gods, and all-too-human monsters – the scariest of all. Indulge… Continue reading INDIE SPOTLIGHT: Viscera | #CollectionofStrangeTales

Friday Fiction

FRIDAY FICTION: The Itch | #FreeFiction #Horror #Humour

The Itch It started as an itch. Just above his appendectomy scar. A niggle akin to a tickle, then a full-fledged insistence. Powerless to control the urge, Scott raked his jagged fingernails like scythes over the spot. The more he scratched, the more persistent the urge became. Like an addict, he continued to collect his… Continue reading FRIDAY FICTION: The Itch | #FreeFiction #Horror #Humour

A Review from my Commute

A REVIEW FROM MY COMMUTE: Diary — Chuck Palahniuk

So what have I been listening to lately? I’ve been on a bit of a weird fiction kick and Diary by Chuck Palahniuk certainly did not disappoint… Misty Wilmot has had it. Once a promising young artist, she’s now stuck on an island ruined by tourism, drinking too much and working as a waitress in a… Continue reading A REVIEW FROM MY COMMUTE: Diary — Chuck Palahniuk

Indie Spotlight

INDIE SPOTLIGHT: North Dark | #DarklyDystopian

North Dark Lane Kareska Set in a lonesome and barbarous failed state, North Dark is the story of a lone man traveling by dogsled across a frozen wasteland in pursuit of the fugitive who destroyed his family. Haunted by predators both physical and spectral, the musher’s journey takes him across a deadened tundra, tortured cities… Continue reading INDIE SPOTLIGHT: North Dark | #DarklyDystopian