RichSale's favorite authors on Smashwords

James Devin Spears
Latest book: 52 Sinful Sensations II.
Published August 2, 2016. (4.60 from 5 reviews)
Nick Carcano
Latest book: SNAFU: Everyone Has Their Demons.
Published July 20, 2015. (4.81 from 16 reviews)
Ross Venner
Latest book: Seakeeper.
Published September 27, 2017.

Smashwords book reviews by RichSale

  • Sixty-Four Days, A Sea Story on Sep. 02, 2016

    I met this author in a group called Sea Stories on Facebook. I read some of his blog and saw this link for a free story. I am quite impressed with the writing quality. This free story is a great teaser for the rest of his eBooks which are mostly suspense, crime, horror, but all sea stories and nautical fiction. These stories are all set on Navy ships and in ports of call. This story shows the rough edge that enlisted sailors in the Navy have. It's a hard life, going to sea, but there is strong teamwork (blood, sweat & tears) among sailors. This story rings true, it's genuine.
  • Write Your First Novel:Make Your Writing Easy and Become a Successful Author on Oct. 13, 2016

    Great little book full of tips on novel writing.
  • Embedded@Trafalgar with Nelson's Navy on Oct. 13, 2016

    Fun stories told in a unique perspective of a modern journalist embedded in this epic naval battle. The author is onto something with this approach. Would be interesting to take this approach to other battles in a fictional series.
  • SNAFU: Everyone Has Their Demons on Oct. 19, 2016

    This book is part of a series of alternate histories most of which are set during WWII in the Pacific and Europe. The author includes paranormal elements, spies and war-action. Weirdly satisfying.
  • Undead Underway (Undead in Blue #1) on Oct. 19, 2016

    Creepy, funny and original. Totally enjoyed it.
  • The Pirate on Aug. 23, 2018

    This took me by surprise. I was expecting a drug king pin or cartel leader to be "The Pirate" but that is not how the story goes. the author puts a twist on what you think will happen. Not sure if I like or hate the main character, but I am interested to read the next instalment.
  • The Odd Fellow: A Mystery on Aug. 23, 2018

    A French Catholic priest has a side hobby as a busy body "detective." While sticking his nose into other people's business, he uncovers a possible murder, and of course . . . rather than call the police, he wants to try and solve the mystery himself. I loved this story!