Book Review: Edge of the Flame by James Aichinger

Book Review: Edge of the Flame by James Aichinger 4 Stars “…A tense, intricately woven story challenging the ideas of freedom and fate.” I love books that start off in media res. Edge of the Flame drops you right down into a source of trauma for our main character, Adanis. There are lots of great […]

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Stellar Fusion is Getting Pumped!

I’m so excited to say this: Stellar Fusion is going to be featured on Pump up Your Book for the entire month of January! Whoo! I’ll keep you updated on all the tour stops along the way! There are eighteen blog stops with a variety of content from book reviews to character interviews. I’ve written […]

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Requiem Gets 5 Stars!

I am proud to say, Requiem just received three, 5 star reviews from Reader’s Favorite! I’m stoked! Requiem now gets to sport the silver badge of honor also bestowed upon Stellar Fusion! “…A powerful, high-concept sci-fi series. Intense and driven from start to end, this is a rocketing narrative through (the) space-age, alien and humanoid […]

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Infinite Spark Series Update

Books 1, Stellar Fusion, and 2, Requiem, of the series are published to Amazon. You can check out my Amazon author page, with currently published works here: E. L. Strife. Book 3, Shadows of the Son is in final edits right now, planning to have Advanced Review Copies up in the next month or so […]

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Book Review: Shattered Glass by Skip Schmidt

Five Stars An extraordinary blend of historical and science fiction… Schmidt’s work delves into past and present day Germany with vivid descriptions and deeply woven political plots. Shattered Glass is full of unexpected twists and suspense that will keep you turning every page. Anyone that enjoys time travel and mysteries, will find this entertaining. A […]

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Cover Preview: Redshift

As I’m finishing up book three of the Infinite Spark Series: Shadows of the Son, and preparing it for final edits, I thought I’d show off the next book, Redshift. It is under construction with plans to be ready this winter. “We cannot continue to defend your planet retroactively. We must take the fight to them. […]

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Book Review: The Teleporter By Lee Hall

Book Review: The Teleporter By Lee Hall (4 Stars) A humorously crass story of a drunkard turned superhero. Hall has created a realistic world in which corporations hold the power and the common man has little control over his own life, until fate elects a portion and hands it over in the form of teleportation […]

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Book Review: Asrian Skies By Anne Wheeler

Book Review: Asrian Skies By Anne Wheeler (4 stars) (Shadows of War Book 1) If you like clean, character-driven, female protagonist Sci-Fi, you will enjoy this! Wheeler has done an amazing job throwing in twists and betrayals like no other. She is a master of interrogation sessions and politics. A perfect blend of easy-to-read sentences […]

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Book Review: Imprint By Nicholas Adams

Imprint By Nicholas Adams (5 stars) If you liked Ex Machina, you will like this. Overview: (spoiler alert) Imprint follows Malcolm as he tries to find a solution for a debilitating and life-threatening side-effect of the synthetic organs he designed. His wife is the last remaining test subject in a world that destroyed itself thinking […]

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