LGBTQ+ Literature & Fiction

LGBTQ+ Literature & Fiction

Treyton Templeton makes a welcome return to his nefarious ways with a crime yarn that turns the air so blue you can swim in it in Anderson’s latest release Who Scares Wins!

Beat Writers Block By Becoming More Focused

Constant speed-reading and jumping from one hyperlink to the next have subconsciously trained our minds to absorb information superficially

Native American Literature

Native American Literature

Readers looking for a genuine nerve shredder need look no further than The Genesis 6 Project! A novel that makes it readers feel like active participants in its unfolding horror as Ferguson keeps them on the edge of their seats throughout.

Exploring Agnosticism, Atheism & Spirituality

Exploring Agnosticism, Atheism & Spirituality

Both scientific and philosophical, ‘Self Actualisation in the Age of Crisis’ really is a deep-dive into the fabric of humanity and how woefully it has managed itself but offers a silver lining if we should be brave enough to listen and change.

The Best Political Satire Novels And Why We Need Authors To Write Them.

The current state of world politics and the relentless pace of change continues to prove a rich source of inspiration for authors writing political satire.

Time Travel Thriller Fiction

Time Travel Thriller Fiction

A cerebral new time travelling thriller that’s considerably more contemplative than the vast majority of genre releases Future’s Dark Past proves a stylish head trip. A read that teases the brain and touches the heart as its twists and turns keep multiplying whilst never losing sight of the need for narrative sustainability.

Time Travel Fiction – Would You Want To Know The Future?

Time Travel Fiction - Would You Want To Know The Future?

The magical allure of time travel has held a fascination for the layman and scientist alike. Indeed, no well-read individual can think of time travel without their mind creeping back to H.G Wells.

Scottish & Irish Historical Fiction

Scottish & Irish Historical Fiction

Beginning with the marriage of Erc of Dalriada to his first wife Marca at the age of fifteen and covering the period up until his death in 474AD, Strittmatter gives us a rousing historical novel and a fine example of what can happen when good writing and extensive research come together.

Literary Fiction Genre – Is It An Outdated Classification?

The explosion in self-publishing and the subsequent success of self-published authors has certainly turned the publishing industry on its head.

Self-Help & Counselling

Self-Help & Counselling

An engaging and thought-provoking mindfulness journal penned by Santosh Nambiar, ‘The Art of Conscious Balance: Breaking Free From your Conditioned Self’ is an enlightening foray into the world beyond that constructed by society and its expectations.