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Why settle for ONE free eBook when you can get several…?


Since I missed June and July’s free eBook Spotlight I thought I give another shout out to Story Cartel. Amazon and Smashwords are filled with eBooks priced at $0. One can’t beat FREE, especially with Summer demanding those endless ICEEs and splashes in the pool. But what is even better is the chance to try a book out before it is released. Here are a few that have caught my attention from the great selection of genres Story Cartel has to offer:

The White Death by Daniel Rafferty


Expires in less than 21 hours

A deadly virus sweeping across Planet Earth…

An Alien Council with questionable motives and unlimited resources…

A threat to humanity greater than anything before…

It’s a busy day for the new President of the United States. To ensure humanity has a future and take drastic global action to curb the spread of the virus, President Thomas Morgan turns to the only people he can trust to solve the crisis and save humanity: Section 51, a team of scientists and public servants — and one loyal alien named Freda — operating beneath Area 51 in Nevada.

As human populations begin turning on each other, desperate for survival at all costs, civilized societies across the planet begin to disintegrate. Governments crumble, chaos reigns, and death spreads like wildfire. Can the president and Section 51 thwart the real possibility of extinction … and handle the consequences of their heart breaking decisions?


The Accord by Karl J. Morgan


Expires in 17 days

A chance encounter with Zeet of The Accord almost doomed our galaxy in Tears of Gallia. Dave Brewster travels to a forgotten planet to uncover their intentions. The cyborgs of The Accord were once human, but have long ago moved their brains into robots. Now their leaders are massive constructed planets, hosting millions of smaller cyborgs and billions of human slaves who serve as laborers and food.

But The Accord has a problem. The Magallenic Clouds are running out of metal to build more robots. Now they must invade our galaxy to recruit new Friends and to harvest the metal and feedstock of our worlds.

While the Free Society masses its starship fleet to fight back, Dave must find a way to slow them down, or somehow convince them to end their heinous reign of terror. The Accord is an epic tale of impending war against a vastly superior enemy. It is also a story of new love, enduring faith and the ultimate power in the universe.


Demon’s Daughter (Cursed Series Book 1) by Amy Braun


Expires in 10 days


Wanted by law enforcement. Chased by drug cartels. Hunted by demons…

Constance Ramirez has more than her share of problems when it comes to protecting her adopted sister, Andromeda. Especially since Andromeda isn’t fully human, and her strange powers are dangerous and out of control.

But Constance will do anything to keep her safe, which won’t be easy with bounty hunters hired by the drug cartel she betrayed looking to capture her, and savage monsters seeking to take Andromeda for their own dark purposes.

Being a big sister has never been so hard… Or so deadly.



Have a book you’re about to release why not give Story Cartel a try and put your book up for review.




Stock Your Library Giveaway

I apologize for the long wait between posts. Moved yet again and barely got internet a few hours ago. But we have a great post today on an awesome giveaway plus many wonderful things coming.

Who said leaving a book review didn’t earn you anything? With Story Cartel you are sure to be seeing green. Check out their post to learn more about this wonderful giveaway where you can win $500 just by doing what you already do.


The Importance of Book Reviews

Why bother stating your opinion and thoughts about a book others might or might not read?

Why bother doing anything at all?

Book reviews are more than sharing your feedback with other readers and writers alike, it is a great way to improve your own works, learn what others like in a book and what just doesn’t cut it. It is a way to communicate and learn from others and yourself.


There is more to book reviews than stating one’s opinion. Story Cartel is one of the many who have grasped the use of book reviews and turned it on its head. Readers can connect with authors and support their works by leaving an honest review. They can spread the word about their favorite books and inform the authors of how they can improve their writing.

Story Cartel makes titles free for a limited time and allows people the chance to read books they might not have considered or even known about. Titles like The Chosen by Annette Gisby, WildFire by Mina Khan, and The Immortal Game by Joannah Miley are just a few available to read for free for a specific time.

chosen Wildfire The_Immortal_Game

With Amazon crawling with endless titles of various genres and categories, extra promotion and feedback goes a long way. In turn authors are given the chance to interact with readers, receive honest feedback, and gain new fans. There is no greater motivation for a writer than hearing from their readers.

So, next time you are debating whether to take the time to leave a review think of what you can be gaining and sharing by expressing your views about the books you read.