Author meet Reader and Reader meet Author

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Book News, Musings, Reader Fun, Uncategorized | 8 comments

Author meet Reader and Reader meet Author

Authors, I am pleased to introduce you to these excellent Readers. And Readers, it is an honor to present these fine Authors to you.

Now, check the comments section. Shake hands. *smiles* *wipes away happy tears*



1. Authors:


– post in the comments a short and sweet synopsis of your book (like 300 words or less). Please make summaries visible with “quotes” or by italicizing (use HTML). Don’t forget to add your book title and name!

– a link to your website

– one main link to where your book can be purchased online (please, just pick one). Shorten the link to a bitly if you don’t plan to use HTML shortcuts.

I will post my book in the comments as an example.

* NOTE: No erotica or sexually explicit content, please. I am a young adult writer and have a wide age range of visitors to my site. I will not approve your comment if you do so. Thank you!


2. Readers:


– All right, so maybe that would be asking too much 😉 But, definitely check out the books below. After all, making new book friends is what this is all about.

– Feel free to comment and share

– And, of course: HAPPY READING!



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Selah J Tay-Song
“The tale of QaiMaj begins here. War tears apart Iskalon, a cavernous world of ice, when Dynat, the half-mad King of Chraun marshals his powerful fire warriors. His orders: “Make Iskalon burn forever.” In the aftermath of war, Princess Stasia of Iskalon tries to keep the remnants of her kingdom intact. Her only hope is in a prophetic Dream that may lead her to a new home for her people. When Stasia desperately searches for magic strength in the inferno of Chraun, she learns that she can do the impossible—draw magic from both lava and ice. Using the power of… Read more »
Mike Hartner
“In a country and a time where favor and politics were both deadly, can an honest boy stay true to himself? Especially given his family background? Walter Crofter was born in Elizabethan England, the youngest son of a poor family. After watching his father’s fall and the suffering it caused Walter learns from a young age that favor is fleeting. Young Walter leaves home to find his own way and is swept away on one of the ships in service to the crown.” I, Walter, The Eternity Series, Book1 by Mike Hartner You can find I, Walter on Amazon,… Read more »
Mike Hartner

“James Crofter was ripped from his family at age 11.
Within a year the prince was a pauper in a foreign land.
Is nature stronger than nurture? And even if it is, can James find the happiness he so richly desires?” I, James is the second in The EternitySeries, and can be found on, in B&N stores, or Chapters/Indigo stores in Canada.

Artis Fricbergs
“It’s 1867 and in the heart of a raging blizzard, Dorian Creedy, a pursued U.S. Civil War deserter, clings to life on a frozen cliffside in the Canadian wilderness. Fast-forward to 1999 and Aaron Faulk, a wealthy New York businessman, struggles to hold his family together. His boyhood friend mysteriously drowns and through events that follow, the Faulks are pulled northward to live a simpler life at the Muskokian, Aaron’s childhood home. The past and the present converge as Aaron’s sons, Ewan and Matthew, are drawn into the darkness of their family’s past. The dream of a gentler life quickly… Read more »
Shannon L Reagan
The GearMaker’s Locket “Mechanical prodigy, Copper Rose, discovers a locket while cleaning out her grandmother’s attic. Inside it, gears turn of their own accord. She flips it open to investigate the inner workings and is swept away to a world of airships, huge buildings and massive plant life. She becomes a reluctant guest to Bromin Shere, the cruel leader of half of the land. He claims to be a living machine and he believes she is capable of making more living machines. It’s a life she never imagined. But will she survive?” (Book one of the GearMaker Legacy) By Shannon… Read more »
Mati Raine
Archipelago by Mati Raine 14-year old Lilly Douglas is a girl who has been sheltered from the world since the moment she was born. Gifted with avian like wings and strands of lilac hair, she never realizes how different she is. After a terrifying attack on her home, she is forced to run from everything she knew, and find shelter at a place called Charity Academy. Here students have little to worry about beyond homework and classes, and they spend most of their time learning to control their powers, embracing their identities as Strands’: students with extraordinary abilities, united by… Read more »