Combining the genres of action and romance is not an easy feat, yet debut author James Miller has marvelously succeeded at this in his gripping, humorous, and meaningful novel No Pit So Deep.
Fans of the genre will know that there is more to a good horror novel than just a scary antagonist who picks off its victims one by one. The best horror novels also feature great character development and makes you care about the protagonists.
Although historical romance novels that are set in the Victorian, Tudor, and Regency eras are extremely popular, it is important not to overlook more modern fare.
June continued the trend of offering readers more great books to lose themselves in. No matter what your favorite genre is, this month had something for you to enjoy.
In the aftermath of the zombie apocalypse, Jeremiah Reid makes a living with his collection of boomsticks and loyal dog, while trying to find his way back to his young daughter.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald was published in 1925 and failed to make the impact that the author had hoped for.
Long before American Gods became a successful television series on the Starz cable network, it was a 2001 fantasy novel by Neil Gaiman.
Myra McIlvain brings the world of Texas in the late 19th century to life with the heart wrenching story of Al Waters’ lost love, and his struggles to deal with his biracial son's choices.
The Farther Adventures of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe
There can be no denying the popularity of crime thrillers and books about serial killers continue to captivate readers. One of the books that caused waves in recent years is The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchison.