#RRBC #IARTG #BookBoost #EveryoneDiesAtTheEnd releases in just 5 more days! See my dream cast list for a movie!

And I’m so excited, I thought I’d give you casting choices for the characters you see. I mean, I doubt I’ll have any of these wonderful people act out my book, but if they did, they’d be awesome for the parts!

Elizebeth Olsen

The lovely Elizabeth Olsen is a perfect fit for Sara. Her smile and warm looks are exactly what I was going for when I was writing this character.

Jason Lee

I love this guy as an actor, ever since Mall Rats when he taught me how to stink palm someone. Seriously though, I do feel he’s type cast a lot, and has a way broader acting range than you normally see from him. He just fits Earl perfectly.

John Cusack

John Cusack is perfect for John. I just feel he’d play the part perfectly.

Jorge Garcia

Jorge Garcia was easily my favorite character on Lost. He would fit the character Joey perfectly, if he had red hair.


Louis CK is perfect for Peter. The everyman who’s just trying to take care of his family.


*Bonus* He only plays a small part in the book, but Kris Kristofferson is Old Man Jim. I couldn’t picture another person who could play the role and have the look.

Everyone Dies At The End releases on Monday, March 16th on BigWorldNetwork. Don’t forget to check it out!


And remember, I do reviews and author spotlights. If you’d like to be featured in either the #SupportIndieAuthors series or the #RileyAmosReviews series send an e-mail to RileyAmosReviews(At)Gmail(.)com.

#RileyAmosReviews, I hate technology edition, Part 7!

I know, the titles for today are a bit ironic, considering I wouldn’t be a writer without technology, but I just spent the past day and a half trying to save my computer, since it decided it wanted to crash, HARD. Everything seems repaired now, just have to hope the duct tape and bubble glue work just as well for computers as it did for cars.

Unfortunately Human by Ryan Haynes

This book is a look at a man’s life and it was very down to earth look.  This book was ok for me.  It was just not the book I thought it would be a I was disappointed.  * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*3/5

#RileyAmosReviews, I hate technology edition, part 4!

Happily Ever After High School , by Savannah Ostler

WOW!  This was a great book.  I loved how there was some magic and fairy tale creatures in the real world.  I saw this book on LibraryThing and I’m so glad I won it.  I was hoping it would be this good and this book did not disappoint.  Maybe there will be another one.  It was soo good.  I think this book is good for any age and also it has some good life lessons in it as well.  So Great!!!  * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*  5/5

#RileyAmosReviews, I hate technology edition, part 3!

A Long Trail Rolling , by Lizzi Tremayne

This book was very good.  It reminds me a little of the Pony Express days.  I enjoyed reading a little about the settler and Indians and some of the problems they faced.  This book was better than I thought it would be.  I don’t read many books like this book I enjoyed this one.  * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*5/5

#RileyAmosReviews, I hate technology edition, part 2!

Get on Board Little Children , by Victoria Randall

In some ways this book was a bit scary, I hope this is not going to be the future someday.  I like freedom and I cherish it!  Though I don’t have any kids, this book world would be ok with me in some respects. But I want a chance to decide for myself not have kids or no kids decided for me. I won’t need to buy a license to have babies!  This book was interesting and had me reading to find out more about this strange new world.  * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*  5/5

#RileyAmosReviews, I hate technology edition, part 1!

Failed Moments , by A. Robert Allen

This book was a little “heavy” for me.  I liked it but I was not sure for the first half of the book. This book has historical fiction with spirituality and a bit of mystery in it.  I am not big on historical fiction but this book was not bad.  I enjoyed the mystery part!  * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*  4/5