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Indie Spotlight | Top 10 Indie Book Covers From Twitter

Contrary to the old adage, “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” having a good cover can make or break an indie book.  When an author is competing with millions of other books online, having a book that immediately catches a reader’s eye makes a huge difference. 427 more words

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Salt and Sanctuary

Welcome back everyone. Today we’re covering Salt and Sanctuary by SKA Studios, released as a timed PS4 exclusive in March of 2016 before making its way to Steam in May. 1,037 more words

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NVIDIA Launching Indie Spotlight Program!

NVIDIA is a big player in the PC gaming field, and now they are starting something that benefits the little guy! The idea of this… 215 more words


The Consuming Shadow- Insanity Editon

Welcome back. The title for today’s review might look a little familiar to those of you have read my early stuff. Yep, we’re covering Ben ‘Yahtzee’ Croshaw’s horror-themed roguelike a second time, as it is now out of beta on Steam with a bunch of new features. 633 more words

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Indie Spotlight: BkMk Press

My latest up at Ploughshares:

In 1971, BkMk Press was founded by Dan Jaffe, English professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and Roy Fox, head librarian of the Johnson County Library system in Kansas. 372 more words

The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human

Welcome back. Today we’re covering an underwater Metroidvania style game, titled (breathe deep!) The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human. It was released January of this year, developed and published by YCJY. 753 more words

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Indie Spotlight | Anabella and Sofia Schofield

We are so excited to work with Anabella and Sofia Schofield, two brilliant 15-year-old authors and illustrators. Their fun children’s picture book, Ladybug’s Garden, is set for release in November 2016. 77 more words

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