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Indie Spotlight: Interview with Jeannette Olmos, Author of The Matriarch Saved, Book 1 of The Hive

The Matriarch Saved

When Earth is invaded, Evonne witnesses her family’s deaths and wakes up imprisoned in a room with other women of childbearing age. 1,075 more words

Books: Fiction

Indie Press Spotlight #3

Here are two oversized books that feature languages from around the world.

The Hello Atlas by Ben Handicott and Kenard Pak is a very cool look at language from all over. 122 more words

Indie Spotlight

Closer Than You Think by S.A. Barton

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Ebook

Published December 24, 2016 by Smashwords Edition

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Writing dystopian fiction in this day and age poses many challenges, not the least of which is this: how do you keep up? 478 more words

Reviews

Indie Spotlight: Sword with Sauce & Jumps

I’ve spent most of my gaming life residing in the AAA space. Rarely venturing out to the smaller indie game market.  Only dipping my toe in when an indie game carried some type of notoriety with it.   851 more words

Gaming

Indie Press Spotlight #2

Ossiri and the Bala Mengro from Child’s Play Books is a delightful yarn of the Travelers (as Romani are called in the UK). Penned by Romani Richard O’Neill and Katharine Quarmby with charming illustrations by Hannah Tolson this is both an entertaining tale and a book that gives a good sense of the Traveler life. 221 more words

Review

A Quick Look At: DUNCE

For those wondering what DUNCE is, it is a comic strip by Jens K. Styve that started out as a daily web strip named after its creator.  207 more words

Comics