Wednesday, 9 March 2016

After The Fall: Children Of The Nephilim

After The Fall: Children Of The Nephilim
by Paul Freeman

It's been a while since I posted anything on Book Reveal, but there's a book I'd like to tell you about. It's by one of my favorite indie authors Paul Freeman, and this time it's not a fantasy novel here, but a vampire apocalypse one and it sounds really intriguing.

Here's the BLURB:

No one knew where they came from or why they chose that moment to crawl out from the shadows. In a devastating orgy of terror and violence blood-drinking monsters rose from the dark to gorge themselves on the blood of humans. Facing this threat, mankind turned on itself in a devastating wave of self-destruction.

Twenty years after the Fall and what’s left of mankind is eking out an existence in a post-apocalyptic world. With much of the Earth now a nuclear wasteland, civilization has been knocked back two hundred years. By day the remnants of humanity gather together in small groups drawing from the land what they can in their new technological wasteland. By night they hide behind walls and bank up fires in an attempt to ward off the evil stalking the land during the hours of darkness.

The world needs a savior. A hero unafraid to face his own fears and terror of the vampires. An ex-preacher disillusioned by the world and his god is not that man… or so he says. 

You can pre-order this book for only 99 cents, so it's a real bargain!

Sunday, 13 September 2015



Each work is a standalone, giving a gateway into the larger work it was inspired by.
Featuring gripping Independent authors from around the world, GATEWAYS is the second collection of short works published by Breakwater Harbor Books. Contributing heart-pumping tales of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror and Crime are nine stories that will thrill you, rivet you and some will even make you sleep with the light on. Authors from across a wide variety of genres, Dee Harrison, Dyane Forde, Ivan Amberlake, Scott J. Toney, Ted Cross, Mindy Haig, Melissa Simonson, Simon Paul Wilson and Lela Markham. 

Foresight, by Dee Harrison - Falath believes he has free will. Tamilin knows differently.

The Fall of Eon, by Scott J. Toney - Three mortals versus one planet-devouring horde. Existence is on the line. Just another day in the life.

Living in the Pages, by Mindy Haig - Hendrix Massey wished for a dream on a desperate day as he sat in a deli on Harris Street. What he got was magic.

Blind Alley, by Dyane Forde - In a high-tech future, low-tech ex-operative Burgundy sets out with Big Boy, his .500 Magnum Smith and Wesson, and Leyla, his capable techie partner to settle a score and clear his name.

Pivot of Fate, by Lela Markham - Ama’na was a grand dream of Kin and Celt seeking peace from ancient prejudices until a fell moon and desire tore it asunder.

Arrival, by Ted Cross - Zoya's mind is hijacked and her clone wakes to find she has no choice but to be a colonist on a new planet.

Incident in Class 4666, by Simon Paul Wilson - A normal Monday at school for Emi Matsumoto and her classmates: History, Math, Art, and a prophecy of Hell on Earth.

As I Wake (and See the World), by Ivan Amberlake - He wasn’t supposed to survive. But he did. Now the Dark Ones are after him.


Saturday, 30 May 2015


by Joshua Jacobs

If you enjoy young-adult dystopian fantasy, I totally recommend you to get a copy of this book published by Kindle Press (this book is a Kindle Scout selection) and available for pre-order on Amazon

Alice Isaacs bears the mark of the afflicted. Unlike the millions before her, she survives. Afraid she is a carrier of the disease, Alice abandons her family and disappears into what remains of the world. Bodies litter the streets. Cities lie in waste. The government ceases to exist. What the Withering doesn’t destroy, the Clan kills, cleansing the world of those they hold responsible. Those like Alice.
Then one night Alice meets Brandon. He brings word of a rural town untouched by the sickness. He promises a future. He reminds her of what it means to feel… of what it means to love.
Yet the Clan is watching. They’re always watching.
Alice emerges from the shadows and follows Brandon’s promises into his hometown. Everything seems perfect. Too perfect. As hard as she tries, she can’t ignore the softly spoken secrets, the vengeful stares from the town’s elite, the smoke streaming from the woods as the clock strikes the witching hour.
With the imminent arrival of the Clan and the town’s sinister past set to reveal itself, Alice must make a stand, not only for herself, but for those she has come to love. Yet the more she learns about the Clan, the town, and herself, the harder it all seems. Because maybe they’re right. Maybe the mark does mean something. Maybe she is more than just a girl on the run. Maybe she did cause the Withering.

about the author


Joshua Jacobs teaches English and History to seventh graders in the middle of the blistering Arizona desert. He is an active runner who coaches cross country and participates in the occasional 5k. He collects books and movies and is always seeking the next adventure. He has been writing for eight years and has penned nine novels. Though his goal is to become a published author, he plans to teach until his students drive him insane.

Visit Joshua Jacobs’ official website here.