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Spotlight: Tree of Life by Sarah Joy Green-Hart

A religio-political civil war destroyed democracy, and the fanatical usurpers closed the nation’s borders and instituted a theocratic oligarchy. Two centuries later, a quiet rebellion brews.

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Spotlight: Ten Sigma by A.W. Wang

During the twilight of America, Mary, a stay-at-home bookworm, is dying of incurable cancer. On a wintry night, a representative of the Ten Sigma Program presents an offer – her mounting medical bills nullified in exchange for transferring her consciousness into an environment where she’ll be trained as a soldier and upon passing certain tests, returned to the real world in a new, healthy body. With the bankruptcy of her loved ones as the alternative, Mary reluctantly accepts. However, the virtual universe has its own secrets and dangers….

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Throwback Thursday: The Well of Ascension: A Review

So, here we have it: my full scale review of The Well of Ascension by Brandon Sanderson; the second book in the high fantasy Mistborn series.

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Spotlight: Clown Conspiracy by Mallory Kelly

A murderous clown is leaving mutilated bodies across Colorado. Detectives Carter and Shirley are following his gruesome trail, hunting down hints in a mysterious chatroom where more clowns are talking blood. The victims are running out of time—will the Detectives unmask the killer clown or will the complexity of the clown conspiracy claim their lives, too?

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5 Excellent Fiction Blogs

Well it’s time for me to take a step back and show off some of the best recent offerings from my fellow fiction and writing bloggers.

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Spotlight: The Dead Lands by Dylan J. Morgan

Lane is a bounty hunter for Erebus’ corrupt government, his life a constant battle against past demons. Framed for murder, Lane is offered one option to avoid the death penalty: rejoin the army and partake in a covert operation to the apocalyptic world of Hemera, Erebus’ sister planet…

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Spotlight: Beyond by Georgia Springate

Georgia Springate’s debut novel, Beyond, is a touchingly compelling and uplifting coming-of-age story about love, loss and discovery. Get it today, and take an emotional journey through one boy’s quest to understand that most tricky of questions: what lies beyond this life?

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Spotlight: Wilders by Cass Kim

The forest behind Renna’s home is dark and dense. It holds more secrets than she knows. Having grown up in the half-pocalypse, a world balancing against the tide of a blood-borne virus, Renna knows the rules by heart:

1) Stay inside between dusk and dawn.

2) Close and lock the copper and silver screens.

3) Report anyone suspected of infection immediately.

Now, at seventeen, Renna will have to survive against the rules…. Can Renna survive the darkness to save the people she loves?

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Spotlight: Bits & Pieces by Dawn Hosmer

Tessa was born with a gift. Through a simple touch she picks up pieces of others. A “flash” of colour devours her—the only indication that she’s gained something new from another person… Whenever she gains bits of something new, she loses more pieces of herself. While assisting in search efforts for a local missing college student, Tessa is paralysed by a flash that rips through her like a lightning bolt, slicing apart her soul. A blinding light takes away her vision. A buzzing louder than any noise she’s ever heard overwhelms her, penetrates her mind. As the bolt works its way through her body, images and feelings from someone else take over. Women’s dead eyes stare at her as her hands encircle their throats. Their screams consume her mind. Memories of the brutal murders of five women invade her. Will she be able to find the killer and help save the next victim?

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Spotlight: Fir Lodge by Sean McMahon

Arriving at a lodge in Norfolk for a long weekend retreat, a group of friends meet for a thirtieth birthday celebration. Before the weekend is over, five of them will die.

Trapped in a thirty-three-hour time-loop, only Hal and Kara have the ability to alter fate, and prevent the deaths of their friends.

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