I asked my fellow authors to pitch me their books on Twitter. I had around 30 responses, and I’m sharing 10 of them with you! (Note: I haven’t read any of these yet, but that will change!)
- The Fairy Stepmother Inc. by Maggie Hoyt (Twitter: @fairystepmuminc): If the world were fair, Evelyn Radcliffe would be a successful businesswoman. Instead, she’s got two dead husbands, two teenage girls obsessed with marrying princes, and not a single fairy godmother in sight.
2. Daughter of Man by Jacob StevenMohr (Twitter: @jacobstevenmohr): An immortal barbarian is all that stands between us and the monsters at our door. One young soldier is all that stands between her and madness. Can he keep her sane until the fighting is over? Or will her rage destroy everything around her – including him?
3. Cracks in the Tapestry by multiple authors (Twitter: Tapestry_Group): What happens when the mundane meets the extraordinary? Magical NASCAR races, sailors and sirens, magical rocks from the heavens, missionaries and dogmen, family returned from the dead, and much more. Take a peek through the Cracks in the Tapestry.
4. The Polyandrist by Mason Malone (Twitter: @masonmalonecom): Bedding Gordon is the easy part. Keeping it from Nolan and Greg long enough to get the payment from Erica proves more difficult than she initially thought it would be. It becomes tougher still when Erica is murdered.
5. Dyrwolf by Kat Kinney (Twitter: @katkinneywrites): Lea has spent her whole life training to kill werewolves Now one is stalking her in her sleep. When she finds a shifter caught in a trap, she knows he’s the white wolf from her dreams. Not that it matters. He’s one of them. And they’re at war.
6. Unkillable Joe by Joe Vallen (Twitter: @JoeVallen1): “Unkillable Joe” is about a sub-par comic creator (who the narrator hates) named Joe. Joe is confronted by his own characters and things get progressively out of control until the narrator is forced to protect his own reality. [Anti-Suicide undertones]
7. In the Belly of the Beast and Other Tales of Cthulhu Wars: A Cthulhu Wars Novel by Ben Monroe (Twitter: @_BenMonroe_): Post-apocalyptic Lovecraftian survival horror! It’s “Silent Hill” meets “the Hills Have Eyes.” In the Belly of the Beast and Other Tales of Cthulhu Wars: A Cthulhu Wars Novel
8. Heaven nor Hell by Clinton Love (Twitter: @clintlove4real): A succubus, her half human son, and his ghost girlfriend tear up strip clubs, fight a demon hunter named Bunny, and risk divine retribution, so they can sneak into Hell, cause a riot, and steal the Devil’s pet rock.
9. The Wanton Interim: 13 Stories to Eat You from the Inside by A.E. Lee (Twitter: @BOCArnie): When do your fears take over? The moment between choice and chance, when anything is possible. A look into our base urges, through the sands of time, The Wanton Interim waits. 13 Stories to Eat You from the Inside.
10. Mark of the Beast (Jackson Dark Novels Book 1) by Trevor Wooten (Twitter: @TLWooten_Art): Jackson Dark is a Savannah, GA based freelance artist, supplementing his income as a private investigator. Now the mafia boss who got away with murdering his friend 5 years ago, is primed to take over Dark’s current city.
I hope you will consider reading one of these books and showing some love to these authors by following them on their various platforms. Most importantly — make sure to leave reviews for books/authors you love!