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Dec 26, 2017
Winner of the Chaucer Award in Historical Fiction and Grand Prize winner in the Chanticleer International Writing Competition, Gregory Erich Phillips takes readers on a young immigrant's powerful journey with his debut novel "Love of Finished Years"

Nov 13, 2017
A ruthless crime lord's sister is brutally murdered, and a family becomes an assassin's target in "Twisted Threads," the latest award winning thriller by Kaylin McFarren.

Jul 28, 2017
Now in its' 10th year, the Reader Views Literary Awards contest helps level the playing field for self-published authors, allowing readers to recognize many of the most creative and exciting books in the industry.

Jul 03, 2017
Scientific research runs amok resulting in the murder of innocent lives in "Gestation Seven" by J. Stewart Willis.

May 15, 2017
"Navigating Indieworld," by Julie Gerber and Carole P. Roman is recipient of Reader Views 2016-2017 Literary Awards for First Place in Best Writing/Publishing category and The Book By Book Publicity award for Best Writing/Publishing Book of the Year.

Apr 10, 2017
Winner of the 2016-2017 Reader Views Historical Fiction Award, Michelle Cox's new novel, "A Girl Like You," brings readers to 1930s Chicago and makes them fall in love with Henrietta, a dance hall girl working undercover to solve a murder.

Mar 20, 2017
Author Joshua Landeros instills the significance against becoming complacent and blind to the true nature of any situation, and the necessity of questioning motives on all sides of worldly, government, and humanitarian issues.

Mar 12, 2017
Offshoring Is Not Trade, and Banks Are Not Factories - Two things we should know, according to Buck Marshall's new book "SWIFT Act: Swift Action for Permanent Recovery."

Jan 30, 2017
In the midst of political turmoil and economic crisis in the USSR, Kate Hennessey stumbles into an illegal meeting of women. She wants to help, and is swept into a series of nightmarish events. What she uncovers threatens her hope for a happy future.

Jan 23, 2017
Jane Alvey Harris introduces a worldly fantasy relevant to these times. With her dad in prison and her mom strung out on pain meds, Emily is left to care for herself and her siblings. She thinks she's okay - until she starts hearing voices.


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