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AuthorSpotlight

In the time that I’ve been writing book reviews, I have read amazing work (and some not so great) and all of them from great authors who are actually really nice people. Some I know personally and others are from across oceans, but one thing they all share in common, is having their works published. It’s an accomplishment worth noting and I would implore you to consider buying their books. I have even included book reviews as a way to convince you they are worth checking out:

 Angela Meadon

David Meredith

J.T. Lawrence

Michael Smorenburg

Sukanya Venkatraghavan

Warren Hately

Xane J. Fisher

And upcoming authors to the spotlight will include:

Ian Patrick

Jennifer Withers

Kerriann Curtis

Marry Ann D’Alto

Vanessa Hawkins


Read Them First

Let’s also not forget the amazing book blog that Vicky, Jen and I run over at Read Them First. Our blog focuses on:

  • New book releases
  • Book release dates
  • Book cover reveals
  • Author Interviews
  • Book recommendations

We love books, we know you do too, so drop by and be excited with us as we anticipate books from our favourite authors and genres, and those occasional moments when a new author tickles our fancy! Remember:

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About Nthato Morakabi

Nthato Morakabi is a South African born, published author working as a Technical Writer for Everlytic and a writer for Gamecca Magazine. He has published short stories both internationally and locally, and is hoping to publish a novel in the near future. He is an avid read, inspired blogger, and an aspiring digital artist.

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  1. Please also consider the Irish author, Aiden Reid, who is just breaking into the “business.” His debut novel, PATHFINDER, which involves lucid dreaming and proves you CAN do something when caught up in nightmares is good, but even more promising is his mystery novel SIGIL. Father Ryan, priest in a tiny Irish town is determined to solve a murder which is being passed off as a suicide, with hints of a conspiracy all over it,is a really good “read.” I understand Reid has Father Ryan off to South America in the second novel in what is turning out to have real “series” possibilities.
    I promise you I will look into each author you mention and try to get to them as soon as I can. With the new semester coming up, both my reading time and my blogging time will have to be severely cut back in order to give 110% to “my 24” for the semester, but it never ceases to amaze me how one can MAKE time for things if he/she really WANTS to.

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