Shade City: A Dante Butcher Novel

Domino Finn—a great writer and author of the Sycamore Moon Series—is doing a relaunch for his book Shade City, which is a terrific and very unique read. It’s been several months since I finished Shade City, but I thought now was the perfect opportunity to release a review. Shade City: A Dante Butcher Novel (from the back […]

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Strange Magic Audio Book!

Hey folks. Just a little shameless, self-promotion here. Strange Magic, Yancy Lazarus Episode One, is officially an audiobook! How cool is that? Yep, now you can listen to shoot ’em up, foul-mouthed antics of Yancy Lazarus as he wisecracks his way through ridiculous, life-ending odds. And, if you like this one, the Cold Hearted audiobook will […]

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Black Fall (The Black Year Series Book 1)

So it’s been quiet around the ol’ blog as of late—I’m gearing up to launch the third full length Yancy Lazarus novel, Wendigo Rising, (due out around the end of October), so things have been hectic. Writing. Editing. Alpha and Beta Readers. More editing. Then a little dysentery thrown into the mix for good measure […]

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City of Stairs Review

It’s been a while since I did a book review, I know. It’s just been busy, busy, busy around the Hunter household. I’ve been reading, of course—’cause books make my soul happy—but between parenting, working, and writing, reviews always seem to get rudely shoved to the backburner. But finally I’ve managed to get one done; […]

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Edit All the Words

It’s that time of the week again for more writerly advice: this go ‘round it’s all about editing, mainly because I’m in the middle of editing and revising a huge chunk of my work, so it’s right there on the top of my mind. Editing is a topic that doesn’t get the street cred it […]

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A Wedding Story: Six Publishing Tips for Writers

This is my very first “Writer’s Life Blog Post.” To commemorate the moment I thought I’d start by telling an awesome story, because, as a storyteller, that’s what I like to do. This story, however, is a real life yarn. One straight from the pages of the moldy, poorly edited book, which I call my […]

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Hell Bent (Redneck Apocalypse Book 2)

Hell Bent (Redneck Apocalypse Book 2) by eden Hudson. Okay, a real quick note here: I didn’t plan on reviewing this until later—I have other books I’m supposed to be reading—but I just couldn’t stay away. I’m a binge reader, so I just had to read Hell Bent. Halo—a quaint, rural Missouri town—is an absolutely […]

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Halo Bound (Redneck Apocalypse Book 1)

Halo Bound (Redneck Apocalypse Book 1) by eden Hudson Halo—a quaint, rural Missouri town—is an absolutely great place to be … unless, of course, you’re a human. For the fallen angels, vampires, werebeasts, and a whole slew of other walking horrors, Halo has become a sort of sanctuary, a preserve where the nightmares reign supreme […]

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Sorcerer Rising (A Virgil McDane Novel Book 1)

Sorcerer Rising by E. Nathan Sisk. Overview: Virgil McDane is a sorcerer, a down-and-out, magical working stiff just trying to pay the bills and get by one crappy job at a time. It’s a tough life, but it’s the only one Virgil has, though things didn’t always used to be that way. Once upon a […]

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Night-Blooded Boys: A Pitchfork County Novel

Alright, next up is my review for the follow-up novel to Half-Made Girls, by Sam Witt, called Night-Blooded Boys: A Pitchfork County Novel. Joe Hark is the Night Marshal of Pitchfork County, but he’s also become a whole lot more than he once was—with the power of two warring gods now raging within him, he’s […]

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