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Weekly Self-Published Book Review: "Chessman: And His Nine Lives on Death Row"

Book reviews are a great way for self-publishing authors to gain exposure. After all, how can someone buy your book if he or she doesn’t know it exists? 884 more words

Self-Publishing Book Review Of The Week

The Underground Labyrinth hits The Midwest Book Review!

‘Outstanding and Entertaining’ says The Midwest Book Review…  

The Underground Labyrinth has just received a nice plug in the February 2015 issue of The Midwest Book Review’s Children’s Bookwatch!   647 more words

Review for The Hunter Awakens from MBR!

I am so thrilled to share this review from the Midwest Book Review.

This might be my favorite line :)

“As chapters unwind with the grace and power of an epic, middle school readers will find themselves swept away by a wave of intrigue, fantasy, mystery, and most of all, by Ethan’s believable dilemmas as he faces a world he never knew existed.”

Here is the link! 


California Bookwatch thinks you should read LIFE: It Is What It Is

The Midwest Book Review (MBR) has been around since 1976, so these guys know their books. The MBR publishes nine monthly book review magazines, of which… 119 more words

Lisa Sugarman

"Death of the Inferno" - Final Preview Until Release Day!

Well folks, here it is! The final track and the final preview from After the Inferno, our classic show closer “Death of the Inferno”. We always wanted to re-record this one since it’s changed musically and collected so much more meaning over the last decade of playing it live. 255 more words

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Praise for "Tasunka: A Lakota Horse Legend" in the Midwest Book Review

“Tasunka: A Lakota Horse Legend” is a traditional Lakota teaching tale about the significance of the discovery and taming of horses by an early Lakota warrior, on the Northern Great Plains of North America.

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