Sunday, April 25, 2021

Suggestion Sunday: In the Palace of Ordeal & Death by J. Harrison Kemp


In the Palace of Ordeal & Death by J. Harrison Kemp


Terror and ruin await those who trespass upon the palatial repository of Alizarin Soranus, self-appointed Emperor of Ordeal and Death, and the Novelties of Sorrow. For two very different groups of explorers, the verbosity will become horrifically succinct.
In the wake of Soranus’ mysterious disappearance, the estate sales team of Lander and Rhoe are retained to list his extravagant collection of macabre and historical artefacts. Consequently, their research rouses a dormant malevolence, hidden in the depths of the eccentric structure, one hungry for fear and pain.
When a team of paranormal investigators arrives unexpectedly, the malignance intensifies and culminates in the murderous manifestations of the interlopers’ darkest fears.

Sunday, April 18, 2021

Suggestion Sunday: One Million Project's Thriller Anthology

One Million Project's Thriller Anthology


A gripping short story collection by 40 authors from around the world, who have come together to raise money in the fight against cancer and homelessness.

All OMP proceeds after production costs will go to cancer research and to homeless charities.

Help us to raise a little sunshine in the lives of people less fortunate than ourselves through the power of words.

Sunday, April 11, 2021

Suggestion Sunday: Dysfictional 3: Down the Psycho Path by Mandy White



- A fugitive finds himself in a deadly predicament
- Reality show producers push the envelope to please their superiors
- A group of test subjects take an unexpected journey
- A rogue scientist takes genetic modification to the next level
- People who eat Tide Pods turn into detergent-craving zombies
- Something terrifying lurks in the Canadian wilderness
- Evacuees from a doomed Earth colonize a distant planet.
- A malfunctioning android threatens humanity
Take a journey down the psycho path in Volume 3 of Mandy White’s Dysfunctional Fiction series.

***Can I get some kind of sign that y'all are actually enjoying these posts? I've had very little interaction, and it just seems like no one cares to support indie authors. If that's the case, I'll not worry about wasting my time posting them.***

Sunday, April 4, 2021

Suggestion Sunday: Apocalypse by Brian Bowyer


Apocalypse by Brian Bowyer


A biotech company develops a phone that’s implanted in human flesh. After SkinTech releases the DermaPhone 2, half the people on Earth who get the upgrade become homicidal maniacs. The world descends into chaos. There is murder on the streets in every city, and no one trusts anyone anymore. Even the people who don’t become homicidal are viewed as either potential mass murderers or unidentified serial killers by everyone else. When survivors take refuge at a compound on Lake Tahoe, they encounter something worse than the DermaPhone maniacs running amok in the outside world.

Sunday, March 28, 2021

Suggestion Sunday: Obsession by Susan O'Reilly


Obsession by Susan O'Reilly


A thin line between love and obsession.
Rosalind's father crosses that line. A big house, full of passion and secrets.

The silence of shadows deafening.

Over-protection is detrimental.

Rosalind is loved greatly by her father and Nanny.

Rosalind always tries to please and placate him.

Who is the lady that appears only to Rosa?

Can a father love too much?

Would you keep a secret that might ruin your life to protect another?

Nanny does for Rosa.

Sunday, March 21, 2021

Suggestion Sunday: Viktor by R.D. Trimble


Viktor by R.D. Trimble


Some histories are written in blood.

Cutthroat, brigand, traitor. Viktor has left a trail of misery and death throughout 15th century Hungary. Driving by a sense of unholy ambition, he enters into a dark bargain with Lord Vlad Dracula III, immortality and untold power in exchange for eternal servitude and unswerving loyalty.

​Consecrated as a vampire and bound to a sword forged from pure hatred, Viktor betrays lovers, family, and humanity itself in the purpose of his iniquitous aims. Still, it will be treachery, his fickle ally, bring about godlike might or his doom?

Viktor is the first prequel novel to P. Mattern’s best-selling and award-winning The Vampire Princess Trilogy, which tells the origin of the Svalbard Empire’s most infamous villain.

Sunday, March 14, 2021

Suggestion Sunday: The Fallow by Alicia J. Britton


The Fallow by Alicia J. Britton


In the not-so-distant future . . . and if a cult could rule what remains of the world . . .

While Portsmith is undergoing its annual Delinquency Purge, Herald and his team of rebellious writers--Virtue, Law, Blasphemy, Parody, Doxy, Hearsay, Gospel, and Corollary--are hiding in the watch room of a lighthouse. Their island sanctuary, provided by the one they call "Captain," is almost too good to be true. The ocean views are breathtaking, the apples are ripe and fresh from the orchard, and Herald hasn't had a problem keeping warm at night.

But Herald can never escape the truth. Their crimes are punishable by death or the unthinkable, and Herald is at risk more than anyone. And Virtue, the girl he is completely and recklessly in love with, must conform to the Maineland's polygamous tradition or risk becoming Fallow, a barren lifestyle a woman must endure if she refuses to play by the rules. Though Virtue's charm and beauty are entrancing, any husband she desires surely in her power to obtain, she's forced to make an immediate decision--love or material comfort. But has she forgotten? She's a woman and "choice" abandons her. It's all one nightmare or another. Her fate is in God's hands, and in Portsmith, that isn't very reassuring. . . .