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Electric, The Finale, Book 6 is Live!

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Electric, The Finale, Book 6 is Live!

 

The reviews are in:

Read Stuart Kenyon’s review of Electric, The Finale, Book 6

 

Read Devika Fernando’s review of Electric, The Finale, Book 6.

 

To thank these two great authors for all their help, I wanted to feature their two new releases too!

Stuart Kenyon and Devika Fernando also had new releases this week!

Please read on to learn more:

 

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Stuart Kenyon’s New book, Swiftly Sharpens the Fang is available in Kindle and paper back edition. Please Click here to learn more.

I have been reading Kenyon’s books for the past year and have given 5 star reviews for all of his work. You can check out his  writing here: Subnormal Trilogy.

Kenyon’s writing style can best be described as a cross between George Orwell’s 1984’s dystopian epic mixed with the modern day grit and realism of Chuck Palahniuk (author of, Fight Club)!

Kenyon lives in England with his wife/editor, Vicky and their two beautiful children. Portions of the proceeds from his Subnormal Trilogy goes to  charity to help children with autism.

While I am here, I have one more indie author that I wanted to include. It appears all three of us had a #newrelease in the same week, so I thought I would also include author Devika Fernando. I have featured Devika before, so you might recognize the name.

I have read and reviewed Devika’s work and I would compare her to Nora Roberts for her romanticism and Debbie Macomber for her wholesome Hallmark appeal.

Devika Fernando’s new release, The Princes’s Surprise Bride is  book 3 in her series and is available on Kindle and other formats. Please Click here to learn more.

In comparison to the two authors I have selected today, I like to think of myself as right in between the two. I would compare myself to Virginia Woolf, for true documentation of a particular time in history, Joyce Carol Oates, for her family saga and relevance to current events and Margaret Atwood for her other worldly appeal in the Handmaid’s Tale.

I only hope to become as successful as these aforementioned authors.

That is all for today kids. I hope you get a chance to pick up these great stories from around the world.

I am currently working on a collection of short stories for release this summer! Stay tuned.

Until next time, make it a great day.