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Here's what people are saying about our books:

Andrea Domanski - Crossfire and Greco

Elizabeth – Amazon Reader: "I thoroughly enjoyed Crossfire. It's a great combination of mythical and modern day characters. Looking forward to more books in this series!"

Sophia – Amazon Reader: "Andrea Domanski writes exceptionally well for a new author, with great depth to Mirissa, the main character, and a fascinating plot."

"Slick and full of verve, Cross Fire is a veritable whirlwind of adventure and is sure to garner much interest in future releases from author Andrea Domanski. It is strongly recommended!"

Thomas Haase – Amazon Reader: "Greco is a suspense filled sequel to Domanski's first full length novel. It is even better, if that is possible, to Crossfire. Well written and a pleasure to read the prose created by this author. Well done!"

Maureen Isabella Rea - Amazon Reader: "After Crossfire I knew this short sequel would entice my imagination to soar! And Greco delivered, but I wanted more! Now to await the next in this series, ever impatiently:)"

Amazon Reader: "I now have a newfound respect for Greco. I can not wait to read the next book. I could not put down until I read it cover to cover."


JD Faulkner - Mirrored Time

Amazon Reader:"If you are looking for a well-crafted fantasy escape, look no further. The book starts by introducing Gwen and the reader to the mysterious archives and their mysterious archivist. From there, the story gains momentum until it is impossible to put down."

Amazon Reader:"JD Faulker's debut novel swept me off my feet. An exciting page turner that had me dreading the moment I would finish and I had to leave the wonderfully original world Ms. Faulkner had created."

"A genuinely rip roaring romp through the annals of time and space, Mirrored Time will likely win a horde of enthusiastic followers for author J D Faulkner and is certainly recommended."

Amazon Vine Reviewer:"Part of the allure of sci-fi/horror/fantasy is tethering the reader to a familiar world and then revving it up a notch so that nothing is as it seems. This writer -- much to my delight -- has mastered that skill. Typically, I take a deep breath when reading a sci-fi entry because so many are derivative. This one stands out from the pack."

Goodreads Reviewer:"A big thumbs up for J. D Faulkner who manages to deliver an intricate time warped plot without making it overly complicated. Good story line and good characterization combined with an easy to read style made Mirrored Time a real pleasure to read for me."


SM Freedman - The Faithful

Inkspand: "This is one of the most amazing books available today and I am so glad that I read it. The author did a magnificent job of grabbing my attention and keeping it throughout the entire book."

Publisher's Weekly: "Wacky and far-reaching, this work reveals fiery intellect."


Hannah Sullivan - Thunder - The Shadows are Stirring

15-yr-old boy: "The way she wrote the book was intriguing; she wrote it from the first person point of view from each character. I thought it was fun because you got to know their thoughts, but you could still interpret the other parts of the story yourself."

Amazon Reader: "Ms. Sullivan has a writing style that is completely captivating. She creates beautiful pictures with her words, and she seriously grabbed me and wouldn’t let me go." 


Kudos for Crossfire by Andrea Domanski:
Fantasy - New Adult
& College
With pulsating action and a nifty heroine, Cross Fire is the new Urban Fantasy novel by author Andrea Domanski. It’s a challenging genre, with female protagonists becoming ten a penny, but Domanski does well to differentiate herself with a balanced blend of thrills and spills and a particularly well-constructed plot. Her main characters are brilliantly rendered, and repartee is a delight to read whilst in the true spirit of urban fantasy there is plenty of nail biting action, gritty combat sequences and enough twists and turns to keep the most ardent adventure fan sated. Of course, there are a number of well touted titles delivering as much in equal measure, but what makes Domanski’s offering noteworthy is a fine sense of humour, which yields some highly memorable one liners and an ability to create wonderful villains. Click here to read full review.
Kudos for Mirrored Time by J.D. Faulkner:
Science Fiction- Time Travel
The story is captivating with plenty of twists and turns—the author does a fantastic job of keeping the guesses coming—and it is not overwhelmingly dark, though it does lack a bit of the grit typically associated with the genre.... The characters are easy to relate to, their flaws making them all the more compelling, and the relationships between them are intricate without getting bogged down in every minute detail;the back and forth between Gwen and Rafe is especially exciting, saucy and flirty without being graphic.... Gwen’s growth from apathetic, bored woman to heroine to be reckoned with is well-done without overusing the “woman can do it all alone” trope to exces. Click here to read full review.
Kudos for The Faithful by SM Freedman:
Psychic Suspense
How do you and a handful of people with unique special abilities stop the end of the world? Put on your seatbelt and get ready for the ride of your life! Join Ryanne, Josh, and Sumner as the lives of kidnapped children; the FBI; a bunch of priests; and a red headed woman intersect in a plot that will leave you breathless. The characters were so well developed that I had no problem feeling what they felt as I held my breath, cried, and sighed with relief as I turned page after page. As hard as I tried, I could not put it down as twists and turns led to shocking secrets as the faith, strength, courage, and determination of a few saved so many. Click here to read full review.
Kudos for Thunder by Hannah Sullivan:
Children's Sword &
Sorcery Fantasy
The book itself was very well written. The meat of the story was happening, but there were twists in it that you couldn't see coming, and it kept you very interested in the book. In some parts that I thought didn't matter in the story, something important later came out of them. I liked all the super-athletic, ninja-like action parts, and all the characters doing what they were gifted at. In all, I really liked this book. It kept my attention, I could relate to it, it was fun. There was a lot of action, good amount of deep story, and relatable struggles that kept you connected to the book. I would recommend this book to others. Click here to read full review.