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message 1: by Cathleen (last edited Apr 22, 2019 08:31AM) (new)

Cathleen Townsend | 23 comments I'd like to start another fantasy group. Length could be anything from shorts through novels. Everything I have is fantasy, so I'll toss in a shorter book if it looks like the round is mostly filling with that, or a novel if most people would rather submit and review those.

ETA (4/22):

This isn't a place to post looking for random reviews. This is where we get a group of folks together who are willing to review as well as receive reviews. All reviews will be non-reciprocal.


message 2: by April (new)

April Wahlin (aprilwahlin) | 1 comments I am looking for reviews on all platforms from anyone interested in reading a free digital copy of my book!

Review Request for Pandora Syndrome

Book
Pandora Syndrom

Date Of Publication
December 2018

ISBN
1533566194

Synopsis
After being shot outside a club on her twenty-first birthday, Pandora Todd, aka Dora, finds herself in the bed of a handsome stranger with a pair of snake-like fangs. Now, instead of a hangover, Dora wakes with an intense hunger for blood and the strange ability to control all things dead, a distinctly un-vampire trait. Unfortunately, just when Dora grows accustomed to the vampire aspects of her eternal life, she finds herself targeted by a rival necromancer. Soon, Dora becomes wrapped up in a plot that will shape her past, present, and future.

Genre
Supernatural Fantasy

Page count
532

Format
PDF Ebook

Target Audience
Adults

Author Bio
Originally from San Diego, LA based author April Wahlin went to school for theatre and has worked every Comic Con International for over a decade. She currently works in the Entertainment Industry as an Actor and is noted for winning the reality show ‘Search for the next Elvira,’ as well as contributing voices to the show ‘Robot Chicken.’ Her novels 'Thirteen Offerings' and ‘Pandora Syndrome,’ are currently available on Amazon.

Link to purchase copies
www.aprilwahlin.com
Ebook 9.99 & Paperback19.99: https://www.amazon.com/Pandora-Syndro...
Hardcover 25.98: https://www.amazon.com/Pandora-Syndro...
Good Reads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4... Pandora Syndrome


message 3: by Janelle (new)

Janelle Garrett | 27 comments I’d like to join with my full length book Rift in the Deep


message 4: by Nadishka (new)

Nadishka Aloysius | 107 comments I'd like to join with Raavana's Daughter


message 5: by Rhian (new)

Rhian (rhianima) | 64 comments In, but I predict a few clashes.


message 6: by Laura (new)

Laura Koerber | 120 comments I have a magical realism novel called the WIld Hare which will be out next week, so I'd like to join with that.


message 7: by Hayley (new)

Hayley L. Morgan | 3 comments hello everyone,
I have just published my book in the Kindle store and an seeking reviews. Happy to give a free copy in any format (epub, mobi, pdf)
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07S8CTG97

Blurb:
Eve is no normal teenager, even if she doesn't know it. Unexplainable bright lights and strange events have followed her for years. Which is why she is unprepared when matters turn suddenly violent.

Clueless over what is happening to her, Eve doesn't even have time to celebrate her sixteenth birthday before she and her father are attacked. The inhuman men destroy their house and kidnap Eve's father while Eve is rescued by the one person she never expected to meet: her mother.

Now Eve must join her mother's Coven and learn to control her magic before her power consumes her.

Witches, familiars, demigods and spells Curse of a Witch's Blood is set to take on a whole new urban fantasy adventure!


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message 9: by Tristen (new)

Tristen Kozinski | 52 comments I'll join.


message 10: by Alistair (new)

Alistair Potter | 175 comments I'd like to join with The Counsel of Wizards


message 11: by Chris (new)

Chris Keaton | 134 comments Tristen wrote: "I'll join."

You need to have a book.


message 12: by Tristen (new)

Tristen Kozinski | 52 comments Chris wrote: "Tristen wrote: "I'll join."

You need to have a book."


Luckily, I just happen to have one. I was foregoing the process of linking it here as irrelevant. but since you insist (and I protest this tyranny with uncouth vehemence) here you are...https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3...


message 13: by Laura (new)

Laura Koerber | 120 comments I'd like to join with WIld Hare https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4...


message 14: by Laura (new)

Laura Koerber | 120 comments It seems like there are five on the list, with two other books who seem to be promoting themselves but it is not clear to me if they are willing to do reviews. So maybe seven. how many do we need to get going/ ( I hve reviewed Tristen so he can't review me).


message 15: by Hayley (new)

Hayley L. Morgan | 3 comments sorry for taking time, i'm happy to do a review.
Especially April and Alistair - both look super cool :) ill email u!


message 16: by Tristen (new)

Tristen Kozinski | 52 comments Hayley wrote: "sorry for taking time, i'm happy to do a review.
Especially April and Alistair - both look super cool :) ill email u!"


Not yet, the moderators haven't arrnged the group yet. We'll be assigned books whever the group goes through.


message 17: by Hayley (new)

Hayley L. Morgan | 3 comments Tristen wrote: "Hayley wrote: "sorry for taking time, i'm happy to do a review.
Especially April and Alistair - both look super cool :) ill email u!"

Not yet, the moderators haven't arrnged the group yet. We'll b..."


okay, thanks :)


message 18: by Noor (new)

Noor Al-Shanti | 36 comments If it's not too late I have new epic fantasy book Children of the Dead City that I'd like to join with.


message 19: by K.T. (new)

K.T. Munson | 278 comments It's been a while but can we think about getting a fantasy group going?

I have the 1st (2nd or now 3rd) book in my YA dark fantasy trilogy. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07...


message 20: by Matthew (new)

Matthew Silvester | 1 comments April wrote: "I am looking for reviews on all platforms from anyone interested in reading a free digital copy of my book!

Review Request for Pandora Syndrome

Book
Pandora Syndrom

Date Of Publication
December ..."


Your book sounds great, would love to read and review if still available?

Matt


message 21: by Iulia (new)

Iulia Bocaneala (iuliabocanealaauthor) | 4 comments Hello everyone,
I’m seeking reviews for my new released novel, The Heart Of An Eye.

A inspirational and unique novel in a challenging new edition, The Heart of An Eye represents a philosophical fiction novel that explores the facets of the human condition, including the function and role of society, the nature, and motivation of human acts, the purpose of life, ethics or morals, the role of experience or reason in the development of knowledge, whether there exists free will. It presents an ambiguous and ironic projection of the ideal state for a future in which society is entirely based on logic and modeled after mechanical systems through different directions of humanity that can be taken depending on its choices.

Pm me with your email address and I’ll send over a copy in eBook format.


message 22: by J.D. (new)

J.D. Grubb (jdgrubb) | 1 comments Happy Friday,

If you are looking for a new adult Fantasy novel to read (details below), and are willing to review it in exchange for a free eBook copy (EPUB or MOBI), let's connect.

Title: There was Music
Publisher: LOD Press (2020)

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/5...

Everywhere Else (print, eBook, audiobook): https://jdgrubb.com/shop/

Blurb:
Prisoner 43-1-12 contends with the voices of her past, present, and future in a war-altered world. From a ranch outside a rural town to a prison formed from city ruins, and then a wilderness marked by supernatural encounters, There was Music meditates on the struggle between identity and the cost of survival, the power of music and hope of healing.

With elements found in both Literary Fiction and Fantasy, my novel is a symphony of influences ranging from J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings to Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, and from Christopher Nolan’s Memento (2000) to Fyodor Dostoevksy’s Crime & Punishment, Yann Martel’s Life of Pi, Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine, and Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace.

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If interested, message me here on Goodreads or contact me at https://jdgrubb.com/connect/


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