Check out these new covers for The White Knight & Black Valentine Series

Woohoo! I can check off one item from my 2021 to-do list. New covers for The White Knight & Black Valentine Series have arrived! What was wrong with the old covers? you ask. Absolutely nothing. It’s just that Hero Status came out in 2014 and cover trends have changed. I feel the the genre ofContinue reading “Check out these new covers for The White Knight & Black Valentine Series”

New Superhero Fiction (2021)

Can you believe we’re already a fourth of the way through the year? It seems like just the other week I was writing how I planned to move to a quarterly schedule for my new superhero fiction posts in 2021. 2021 has been not so great in many ways, but it doesn’t disappoint when itContinue reading “New Superhero Fiction (2021)”

I Should Have Read That Book Tag

I haven’t done a tag in a while and saw this one over at One Book More. It seemed like a good chance to examine my TBR pile, which–like the universe–is large and always expanding. A Book That a Certain Friend is Always Telling You to Read Well, NeriSiren does mention the October Daye series aContinue reading “I Should Have Read That Book Tag”

New Superhero Fiction (Nov and Dec 2020)

Here it is: the last superhero fiction roundup of 2020. This is just a small sample of the new superhero fiction released in the last two months and includes beginnings, continuations, and conclusions of different series. As usual, I haven’t read all of these books personally, so please look at the previews and reviews beforeContinue reading “New Superhero Fiction (Nov and Dec 2020)”

New Superhero Fiction (Sep and Oct 2020)

Who needs a distraction right now? Well, superheroes to the rescue. Here are a few cool-sounding superhero novels that I’ve come across online. As usual, I haven’t read all of them personally (yet), so check out the reviews and previews before purchasing. *This post contains affiliate links. Cute Mutants Vol 2: Young, Gifted & QueerContinue reading “New Superhero Fiction (Sep and Oct 2020)”

11 Indie Book Covers that are Knocking it out of the Park

Book covers are works of art. They’re also marketing tools. Being in complete control of your book cover can be a huge advantage of self-publishing. It’s also harder than you’d think. We authors (and by “we” I mostly mean “me” 😅) aren’t always savvy marketers, and designing a book cover that sells in a particularContinue reading “11 Indie Book Covers that are Knocking it out of the Park”

New Superhero Fiction (Jul and Aug 2020)

It’s finally September, which you may be aware is Self-Published Fantasy Month! Definitely check out the website and #SelfPublishedFantasyMonth hashtag on social media to find some great new indie reads. The vast majority of the superhero novels I feature on these roundups are by indie authors, and I plan to do some proper Self-Published FantasyContinue reading “New Superhero Fiction (Jul and Aug 2020)”

New Superhero Fiction (May and Jun 2020)

The year 2020 is halfway over. Or we still have halfway to go, depending on if you’re an optimist or a pessimist. I try to be an optimist, and while 2020 has been a dumpster fire in a lot of ways, I like to think that we can come out of this adversity as betterContinue reading “New Superhero Fiction (May and Jun 2020)”

Book Spotlight: The Persistence of Memory by Karen Janowsky

It’s no secret around here that I love superhero romance novels, so I was happy when author Karen Janowsky reached out to me about her series, The Persistence of Memory. I haven’t read it yet, but I’m definitely intrigued by the description. It gives me a Captain America vibe, which I am 100% here for.Continue reading “Book Spotlight: The Persistence of Memory by Karen Janowsky”

New Superhero Fiction (Mar and Apr 2020)

Tuesday was National Superhero Day, and personally, I feel like we’re all heroes just for getting through another day of Covid-19. I hope everyone reading this is staying safe. If you’re looking for some superhero-themed escapism, here are a few of the latest novels I’ve discovered while searching the internet. It’s a slightly shorter postContinue reading “New Superhero Fiction (Mar and Apr 2020)”