Heading Down the Yellow Brick Road

The thoughts, musings, and ramblings of an indie author,

plus:  book reviews, new releases, cover reveals,

and author guest posts.

February 15, 2017

Playing With Fire is the first book in the Criminal Elements series and the debut novel of the husband and wife writing team of Cris and Clare Myers. It introduces the characters of Stone and Renee, international criminals who possess an innate talent for magic.  After...

January 19, 2017

The Dark Forest follows three young adventurers, Roki, Dax, and Leena, as they travel into the woods on a quest to eradicate some nasty goblin bandits. The three friends have been training together for some time and are ready to prove their mettle. Only, the job they’v...

December 19, 2016

Tom Reinhart has become one of my favorite authors. I can always count on him for gritty, gut-wrenching stories that suck me in, keep me reading, and leave me exhausted by the end.  In The Saint of Seven Mile, he’s done it again. The premise is simple: Mason leaves NY...

December 19, 2016

Christina is having a rough time at school. On the last day before her Christmas break, her teacher gives her a gift in a hatbox. That night, when Christina awakes to an odd noise, she opens the gift. The strange silver ball inside transports her to a magical world of...

December 6, 2016

Over the River and Through the Woods is a delightfully creepy short story that will leave you counting the doors the next time you visit your grandmother in the woods! Sounds strange? It won’t be after you read this dark unsettling tale. The tension and scares are wove...

December 5, 2016

Being a huge fan of the TV show Supernatural, I was immediately drawn to the premise of Walking Between Worlds, a story of angels and demons, heaven and hell, and those that walk between. Book 1, Demons & Angels, revolves around the journey of Paul Stone, a man who dis...

November 18, 2016

First, I have to say, that reading this book put me in mind of the 80’s fantasy movie Willow. The two plots aren’t even close. Yet, Gods on the Mountain conjured up the same magical feeling as that movie did many years ago.  Considering I’ve seen Willow multiple times...

November 18, 2016

Wow. This book was dark, and I loved it. Already a fan of this author (from my previous reading of The Dead Lands), I knew I would enjoy his take on the Wendigo legend. And I wasn’t disappointed.  The first chapter was dark and grisly and I was instantly hooked. Someth...

November 15, 2016

Bob Drifter is an inconspicuous substitute teacher, who would hardly raise an eyebrow or garner a glance if he were to walk by you on the street. He’s a genuinely nice guy, who cares for his students. Yet, as usual, things aren’t always what they seem. Bob is much more...

July 1, 2016

After having a discussion with a fellow author about what #IndiePrideDay is all about, I realized how passionate I am about the subject, and decided I needed to share my thoughts about today, and what it means to me on a personal level.

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