Free KDP Select book

My book, Where Dreams and Visions Live, an anthology of stories, poems, and essays about dreams and visions, will be FREE May 15-19, 2017.

You should get this one as it’s packed with great writing from several authors from all over the world. Lots of bang for your buck (except you won’t actually have to spend anything).

Go here on those dates to download your free copy, and as always, try to write even a short review on Amazon. Thanks, you’re the best ❤


Free download through April 21-Medieval Blood

Medieval Blood free through this Friday. Reviews appreciated.

Download here.

Return and click right here to link easily to the review page on Amazon.  Even just a star rating and a few nice words will go a long way to help others find this book. Thanks in advance.

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G M Sherwin book launch – Immortalis

One man’s pursuit of the unknown will unleash an ancient evil.

An Immortal will rise up from the darkness.

On the last planet to be colonized by humans, astrophysicist Ash Palmer will set in motion events that will change the history and future for the human race.

Still trying to come to terms with a horrific tragedy he sets out to finish his father’s life’s work

There are others who are interested in Palmer’s work that will stop at nothing, no matter what the cost to prevent an ancient prophecy becoming a reality.

In his search, Palmer encounters a stranger who will turn his world upside down with revelations about his own origins and that of one other whose fates are linked.

What he discovers will lead him into darkness and the battle for his very soul will begin…

This book will be part of a series including The Fallen, The Lazarus Strain, and The Pact. Launch begins May 26, 2017.



About the Author:

G M Sherwin was born and raised in a small village in West Yorkshire and still lives in the north of England with his wife, 3 children and 2 cats, Milo and Bumble.  He has spent much of his working life in management for various industries, mainly in the manufacturing and distribution sectors.

G M Sherwin was born and raised in a small village in West Yorkshire and still lives in the north of England with his wife, 3 children and 2 cats, Milo and Bumble.  He has spent much of his working life in management for various industries, mainly in the manufacturing and distribution sectors.

He wasn’t greatly academic while younger, with the exception of enjoying English, but it was while at school that he penned his first short story which gave him a taste for writing.

And it was a love of the Albert Einstein quote, ‘there comes a point in your life when you have to stop reading other people books and write your own’ which spurred him on to write his first book Immortalis.

In the future, he hopes to go on to write many more books and that he will be able to entertain a large following of readers with them.

When he isn’t working G M Sherwin enjoys spending time with his young family.  And if he gets any time to himself he likes to relax with a good book and a glass of red wine.  He is also a passionate film buff and loves anything out of the normal, the paranormal or sci-fi related.

You can follow him on Facebook or his blog, (subscribe for best results), or email 



Kindle Unlimited Friday – Free March eBooks

Check here

for Kindle Unlimited books which are free to you if you’re a KU member.

This list will grow throughout the day today and the links should still be active in future.

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Authors this is a great way to publicize your books and those of other Indie authors. This is a very helpful daily blog from Indies Unlimited if you think you might want to sign up.

And here’s my links:

Supportive Saturday! Check inside for links to book deals and worthwhile reads.


I’ve declared today Supportive Saturday. Borrowing from a private Facebook group I belong to, I’m sharing links for other authors.

Free e-book, a highschool novel about bullying., Caged by Elisa Dane.

Novel debut, teen novel about social issues, Rebel’s Blade by Frost Kay.

Mailing list (mine) including a free sci fi story upon joining.

Free publishing book Guerilla Publishing by Derek Murphy

20 Paranormal Romance & Urban Fantasy books in boxed set for .99! It would take me a year to read all these. Myths & Legends collected by Margo Bond Collins.

Victoria Otieno Hefty says If anyone has a book that is targeted at moms, new mothers, or pregnant woman, she would be happy to promote on her blog Philly Baby Bump.

Follow this guy and watch for his new horror series debut release Immortalis to be featured soon.

Enter to win a Kindle here and novels about food to read on it!


A giveaway on Sunday 3/19/17 only, at and you can follow her at @elizashworth on Twitter.

Lucidium: Rise of the Dragons, Coming March 31. Just 99 cents right now.

Free KDP children’s book


I may just add to this through the week, or consider doing it on additional Saturdays! Hope you enjoy, leave comments and follow the other authors. And let me know what 1 line I can add for you. Teamwork rocks!!

Beautiful new covers!

Check out my new covers on Amazon, links below pictures. Thanks to all for your support!  You’re the reason for my success.

















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Free and discounted books for my subscribers!

Your ship has just come in . . .

And it’s loaded with books!

First: I have my Filled With the Holy Spirit on Instafreebie for free HERE.

Next, all my books are now .99 HERE (so of course it would be silly to pay for the Holy Spirit book when it is free, above).

Finally, all my books are in KDP Select, which means they are eligible for lending and FREE for Kindle Unlimited users HERE.

If you had your eye on one or more, be my guest. I just ask that you review any of my books that you take home. Not a requirement, just asking. Thanks if you do.

More books coming soon!

Also connect with me here:

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2nd try–Can you give me a hand and vote on my next book genre?

I’ve learned that I want to write a series! Please take the following poll (one minute or less) and let me know which genre you’d prefer to read from me.

Thanks in advance!

(Here’s a link in case you don’t see the voting buttons.) Wordpress seems to delete them. 😦

What’s your genre?
Young Adult
Historical fiction
Please Specify:

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Could You Escape the Countess?

Medieval on amazon

Buy a copy here.

Have you heard of Countess Bathory? In the 1500s she murdered her servant girls to harvest their blood as a beauty treatment. Today, she would be called a deranged and brutal serial killer. In the 1500s, she was royalty and could do with her servants as she pleased. Read the story of what could have happened in Medieval Blood.

Did she torture her victims? Her very first episode stemmed from her ill treatment of a servant girl, beating the girl until she bled, splashing her blood on the countess’ face.  Did she mean to kill them or only to take a bit of their blood? Did she even bathe in their blood, or, worse, drink her fill of its warm, salty richness? Was she indeed the forerunner of the vampires reputed to originate in Eastern Europe? How was she discovered and how many did she kill…and how did she do it? If you like a horror story you will love Medieval Blood.

Please consider leaving a review on Amazon if you liked Medieval Blood. Medieval Blood…it’s the vintage that matters.

Book Review: All Change from the Bite Me series by India Taylor


Buy “All Change: Bite Me series book 1”

India Taylor’s book, Bite Me: All Change, part of a series, is a very fun read. I sometimes enjoy books about werewolves and vampires, but this book went far beyond others I have read. All Change was so much more than the typical books about trying to find blood and trying to hide your character from others. You might say after reading this, that “Werewolves are people too!” because they have real problems, and real friends. I enjoyed seeing how the group befriended each other despite their differences and worked together for a common goal.

India Taylor’s characters are well developed and likeable. Most werewolf and vampire stories have their own system of rules that these mythical creatures live by, and All Change is no exception. There are a few new rules that I haven’t come across before, and since the creatures aren’t real, anything could be true in a book. This book kept my interest and I really appreciated the logical story development.