Thursday teaser: For Everly

By Raine Thomas Thirty minutes later, Everly finally arrived at the restaurant. Between traffic and the unfamiliar area of town, it took her longer than she expected to get there. She thought she had given herself extra time, but she was still … [Continue reading]

When Chandler was rejected, he fought back.

By Caleb Pirtle III He could handle the truth. He didn’t like being left to dangle in some literary wind. Every author has faced rejection, and every author thinks that his or her rejection letter, or note, is the only one that has ever … [Continue reading]

Thursday teaser: New books from your favorite BestSelling authors

Fall always feels like the start of a new year, a good time for new initiatives and launching new books—as well as for pumpkin spiced everything. Your favorite BestSelling authors have been hard at work, and have a tasty selection of new books for … [Continue reading]

Gord Downie: A poet America needs to get to know

Last week, an iconic performer and poet passed away. And about a year ago, one of BestSelling Reads' founders, the multi-talented Kathleen Valentine passed away suddenly. Kathleen was in charge of the Monday Musings for a long time, and she was … [Continue reading]

Thursday teaser: In Sheep’s Clothing

Sydney Rye #9 By Emily Kimelman The ninth Sydney Rye adventure launched on September 27. And for those of you who have inexplicably resisted the urge to buy it, here is a taste. Chapter One Sydney Rye Exquisite, slippery red pulsed, the color … [Continue reading]

Monday musings: How many #books do you read at one time? #amreading

By Gae-Lynn Woods Do you read more than one book at a time? In addition to the time I spend writing, the time I spend reading is some of the most satisfying in my day. And I have a confession: I've become a polygamist when it comes to reading. I … [Continue reading]

Thursday teaser: See You in Saigon

This week's excerpt is from Vigilante, book 10 By Claude Bouchard Hoang was down the ladder and into the boat before it had fully reached the dock and was calling his superior before his two men had boarded. “General, Hoang here.” he said … [Continue reading]

Monday musings: Indie Writer Life…the Struggle is Real(ly Worth It)

By Raine Thomas I was reflecting on my writing journey the other day as I prepared for my BookBub ad promoting the sale of my New Adult romance, Meant for Her. Since I first released Meant for Her, the writing industry has changed in some … [Continue reading]

Thursday teaser: Forbidden

By D. G. Torrens This week's teaser is from D.G. Torrens' Forbidden, which has a brand new cover. Jessie clung on to the craggy ridge with all the vigour she could muster. Beads of sweat fell from her brow and merged with her tears. She began … [Continue reading]

Monday musings: Is it 1984 all over again?

George Orwell with the cover image of the book 1984

By Caleb Pirtle III This post originally appeared on Caleb Pirtle III's and Linda Pirtle's blog, Here Comes a Mystery, on September 13, 2017. It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen. So the government is … [Continue reading]