The Ever-Growing Reading List

If you haven’t already, readers and writers alike should have a nose around Mike Hicks’s blog. Not only has he fiction of his own for you to enjoy, he is prolific with engaging in new and established writers. This post details all the Advance Review Copies of new projects he has to read, which is not only great for the writers involved, but also gives readers a chance to find out about new upcoming titles! He has been kind enough to take on ‘Zero’ along with all his other projects and I can’t wait to hear what he thinks, though I know I’m against some stiff competition.

He’s also given me the opportunity to do a guest post for his blog too! This will be published sometime soon and I will keep you posted 😀

Michael Patrick Hicks

I’ve been accumulating a nice collection of eBook ARCs lately, one of which was Jason Gurley’s fantastic Eleanor, which I read and reviewed here. It releases on June 27 and is available for pre-order. And, if you preorder, let Jason know and he’ll send you a beautiful bonus: The Eleanor Sketches. Gurley has already racked up 90 5-star reviews, and let me tell you, they are dead-on. It’s a great, great read. Up next on my reading docket are the following:




I’ve already started in on Othella, and I think you’re going to want to check this one out. It’ll be releasing soon, so keep an eye out for it and check out Therin’s blog for updates.

J.S. Collyer‘s publisher, Dagda Publishing, recently launched a crowdfunding campaign to support her debut sci-fi novel and reached their goal in a single day, which is very…

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2 Responses to The Ever-Growing Reading List

  1. Thanks for the reblog – you’re too kind! And no competition on this end; we’re all in this together!

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