First Book Reviewer on the Moon!

In January, I entered a contest being run by speculative fiction author Susan Kaye Quinn. She was putting together a project for authors who wanted to send their ebooks and other assorted stuff to the moon in a lunar time capsule. 125 authors were chosen by lottery to get aboard this project. She then ran... Continue Reading →

Accomplishments of The Indie Athenaeum in 2020

Welcome to the year 2021 - let it be a lot better than 2020 was. Let's face it, 2020 was dominated by the pandemic and so many other things that are too numerous to mention. It's a year that many will be glad to put behind us, myself included. However, while stuck in self-quarantine, I... Continue Reading →

Halloween Reading Recommendations for 2020!

2020 has been scary enough with everything going on. A global pandemic, murder hornets, near-misses by asteroids, natural disasters and doomscrolling the internet for bad news to see what catastrophe might happen next. You name it, 2020 has had plenty of events that qualify. Instead of focusing on how apocalyptic it all feels, how about... Continue Reading →

Review The Books You Read!

One day, my wife brought home a bottle of Clairol's Shimmer Lights shampoo from the store. Draped over the bottle's top, I saw this long sticker on it. The sticker says it all: "THE WORLD NEEDS TO KNOW HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT. DON'T LET THE WORLD DOWN. LEAVE A REVIEW." This is from... Continue Reading →

Ebook Freebies and Sales!

As the pandemic continues and the world continues to shelter-in-place at home to flatten the curve, people are looking for something to do. While television streaming services like Netflix and Disney+ gain subscribers, people are exercising more, doing more jigsaw puzzles and spending more time online. As a book blog dedicated to bringing you well-written... Continue Reading →

Holiday Reading Recommendations!

So, with the holidays right around the corner (the start of Chanukah is two days away & Christmas is five days away), it's time to take a break from the holiday preparations. This colder weather makes you want to cozy up in front of a fire with hot cocoa, sitting in an overstuffed recliner and... Continue Reading →

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