WWBB is on a mission to #blog character interviews and I want YOUR protagonist to take part! #authors #indieauthor #interviews #writingcommunity #writers

So, let’s hear it for the protagonist! For the coming autumn months (yeah, sorry, but autumn is on its way), I’ll be supplying interview questions for your CHARACTER to answer. It doesn’t have to be the lead, it could be … Continue reading

Fans of Harry Bosch will love this fast-paced police thriller PLUS the author, Kevin Chapman, reveals all in an exclusive interview. #thriller #mystery #crimefiction #author #interview

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First off in the interview process, is Kevin Chapman! Chapman’s the author of a selection of crime thrillers that will have you guessing—and catching your breath—right to the very end! Deadly Enterprise sees NYPD detective Mike Stoneman and his partner, … Continue reading

Like a bit of #nostalgia mixed with your #murder #mystery books? @JackSussek

An author interview with Jack Sussek author of MANHATTAN AFFAIR Manhattan Affair is a tale of New York City nostalgia mixed with murder, conspiracy and sex. Mr Average, AKA, Jed Chase is living the quiet live; this is until he falls for … Continue reading

It’s roaring 1920s time with #cleanromance #Christian novel Discovering Treasure

by Crystal Mary Lindsey Do you love to read Christian romance – with family secrets and complicated mystery? A clean winning romance Discovering Treasure will intrigue you from beginning to end. You are taken on the suspenseful journey of a … Continue reading

Fancy a bit of #scifi? Check out A Simple Man by @therealbacci

The year is 2078. The former United States of America is a bleak and fading memory for the few citizens of New America. Nearly five years after his wife was taken to a birthing camp by Secans, New America’s mercenaries, … Continue reading

If you like #scifi #fantasy novels check out The Moreva of Astoreth by @RoxanneBland2

 WORLDS OF WONDER by Roxanne Bland I recently read about a planet orbiting Proxima Centauri, a star nearest to our Sun. It’s been dubbed Proxima b. About 1.3 times the mass of Earth—a guesstimate—the planet sits in the “Goldilocks” or … Continue reading

New book Alert! Exiled to Eden #saga @OutskirtsPress

by John Strassel When fate tosses together beautiful heiress Miranda McClellan and missionary pilot Zane Wylde on a remote jungle airstrip, neither one could have imagined just how much their meeting would not only alter the destiny of three families … Continue reading

Celestial Summoner – #paranormal #fiction from @PIMIebooks

by Kyle Robertson Death has gripped the throat of middle America. People are being heinously murdered, with the bodies displayed in the most horrific way. Bring on Celestial Summoner! Detective John Chandless is a thick-skinned officer from New York who … Continue reading

An interview with @djjouett #kindlescout #romance #suspense

The Destiny Factor D. J Jouett is a second-year law student and writer of  several suspense/romance novels. She is here today to talk about her latest title The Destiny Factor, which has been nominated for Kindle Scout. Here at WWBB we … Continue reading

Amazon have selected The Destiny Factor by D. J. Jouett for nomination…

Support an author and nominate! Untouched by the world’s most ruthless people–the rich. Renny James rises from the slums to encounter the lifestyle of the wealthy. Has she made a mistake?   Click to nominate You will be taken to … Continue reading

When rehabilition is required for the ‘victims’ of #BDSM by @Lance_Lly

The Home of Wayward Girls: Beginnings Book One of a BDSM tale of love, sex and power by Lance Llyn Lance Lyn isn’t just your average stuffy businessman, he’s a billionaire corporate investor who finds investments in alternative sources of … Continue reading

Releasing to #Kindle Scout – Something Eternal

Kindle ScoutSomething Eternal By Joel T. McGrath Releasing to Kindle Scout competition July 1 -31, 2016 Life without love is fire without flame…. In our time, wonder has disappeared. Most believe in what is seen, others in what is heard, … Continue reading

Why I didn’t go down the traditional route of publishing by @MichelePW

by Michele Pariza Wacek I’d like to start by saying I never thought I’d be writing an article like this. For years, I was focused on following the traditional publishing path. I had friends who had self published and I … Continue reading

The Stratosphere by Brian Cox @BrianCoxWrites #bynr #scifi #bookreview

Reviews by GBU. Read the full review here I wasn’t too keen on the cover. I wasn’t sure what the symbolic silhouette of the people represented. First glance, it looked like one of those traffic crossing signs you see outside … Continue reading