The Good for Nothings by Danielle Banas
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The Good for Nothings is a rollicking sci-fi adventure by author Danielle Banas, and is a dazzling tale of finding your true family. It showcases the idea that although the road of friendship and camaraderie may be bumpy at times, change is achievable through the strongest…

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Well, looks like I’m the last stop on this tour presented by the lovely folks over at Serpentine Books! It’s been a great couple weeks, and today I get to share with you all an excerpt and giveaway for the recently released No Signal, the second installment in Jem Tugwell’s…

Duckett & Dyer: Dicks For Hire by G.M. Nair
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Today marks the official kickoff of the Duckett & Dyer: DicksFor Hire Book Tour presented by Storytellers On Tour, and we’ve got a great lineup helping us spotlight this incredible Sci-Fi/Comedy mashup! Duckett & Dyer: Dicks For Hire is G.M. Nair’s debut novel, book one…

The Bookshelf Symphony Orchestra by Austin Farmer
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Today marks the official kickoff of Storytellers On Tour’s first official Blog Tour, and it’s surely going to be a great one! This week we’re spotlighting such an interesting and unique creation: The Bookshelf Symphony Orchestra by Austin Farmer, an instrumental album…

Storytellers On Tour
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It’s no secret I’m an advocate of indie authors within the SFF community, and I’ve been searching for ways to get under-appreciated books on the radar of a broader audience. After lot of discussion and copious amounts of planning, Timy of RockStarlit BookAsylum…

This Will Kill That by Danielle K. Roux
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The old regime is dying, and revolution is on the horizon. This Will Kill That is Danielle K. Roux’s debut New Adult Science Fiction/Fantasy blend that immediately drew me in, and has left me desperately needing more. This is a tale of a younger generation fighting to undo…

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Refraction by Naomi Hughes

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Refraction is Naomi Hughes’ recently published blend of YA Science Fiction and Horror, and is a gripping tale of conquering fear. It’s an account of monsters – both as external physical threats, as well as more personal perils of the mind. At its heart, this is a deeply sentimental…

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The Deep by Rivers Solomon

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The Deep is a gorgeous piece of literature mourning the tragic and traumatic history of the African slave trade, as well as celebrating a renewed sense of belonging and togetherness. This novella is crushing and beautiful and emotionally impactful beyond belief…