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July 8, 2019

Guest Authors, Indie Superhero Summer

A Chat with RJ Sorrento - #IndieSuperheroSummer


Today I’m welcoming debut author RJ Sorrento to the blog! RJ is the author of Captain Stellar, a bright, breezy series opener about everyman Cal Bolden, who has superpowers given to him against his will, when all he really wants to do is live a quiet, normal life. I appreciated Cal’s gentle nature in this book, especially when contrasted against the extraordinary strength he finds himself with, as well as the struggle Cal has with simply finding his place in life. This is truly a coming-of-age story, about navigating the often confusing, conflicting desires that we have in our early adult years.

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July 1, 2019

Announcements, Hopefuls, Indie Superhero Summer, The Private Life of Jane Maxwell

Announcing the Exclusive F-BOM SPECIAL EDITION of The Private Life of Jane Maxwell!


Today I am beyond excited to announce that The Private Life of Jane Maxwell has been chosen as F-BOM’s Feminist Book of the Month for July/August 2019!

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June 24, 2019

Announcements, Hopefuls, Indie Superhero Summer, Who’s Afraid of Amy Sinclair?

RELEASE DAY: Who’s Afraid of Amy Sinclair? (Hopefuls 2)


FRIENDS! The big day is finally, finally here—Who’s Afraid of Amy Sinclair? is now available for purchase!

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June 17, 2019

Indie Superhero Summer, Jenn Recommends

Jenn Recommends: The Crashers by Magen Cubed - #IndieSuperheroSummer


This is a book that I owned for a long time before reading it, and that was a mistake. I should have read it immediately. I should have sat down and swallowed it whole the instant it was on my Kindle. To think of all the time I wasted, having this book in my library but not in my life… honestly, it’s a goddamn tragedy.

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June 10, 2019

Indie Superhero Summer, Writing Tips

So You Want to Write a Superhero Novel - #IndieSuperheroSummer


Let’s be honest: a novel is not really the first thing that springs to mind when you say the word “superhero”—and that’s okay. These stories originated in the pages of comic books, after all, and once they fully jumped the gap to the big screen, they became one of the biggest sources of revenue in Hollywood. It’s easy to see why: the splashy, bombastic fight sequences; the glorious (or sometimes gloriously bad) costumes; the larger-than-life powers. It all translates incredibly well to visual forms of storytelling.

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