#RileyAmosReviews/#SupportIndieAuthors/Preorder pump to help a fellow Indie Author supporter!

So, first off, I just recently finished An ARC version of this book. *I received a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.* And I’m glad I didn’t post it right away. I needed to let it stew, this is one of those kinds of stories. It has you guessing what’s going on almost from start to finish, but I mean that in a good way. Ann does a wonderful job of guiding you on a journey where you’re never really sure what’s coming next. This is one I’d read again. 4/5

Ann is also someone that is really supportive of independent authors, so I thought I’d take this chance to help her get some pre-orders on her story, Hollow Towns.


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#SupportIndieAuthors, Our first graphic novel edition!

Just the right amount of cynicism flows from this next author. Not too much, not too little, just right.


A successful run in computer graphics, challenged by illness, captive by passion, and a firm believer in freedom. Lily grew up on fantasy novels and movies, thrived on horror, then fell in love with the thriller genre.

After earning a diploma in computer graphics and animation, she’s worked in publishing, marketing, and advertising. Lily now paints with words and her imagination.


The Ash Garden – Psychedelic

“Nothing but ashes here on in.”

Join Eden in a journey of love, life, and death.

“Make a wish.”

Cottonseeds – Supernatural Thriller

“Do you believe in absolution, Mr. Gillman?”

Sam Gillman is a twenty-eight-year-old paralegal in Tennessee who must reconcile the amoral job of representing the guilty as supernatural forces threaten his sanity.



Tumblr: http://lilyauthor.tumblr.com/

Twitter: @neonvagabond

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Lily.Author

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show…

1. What do you do to keep your spirits up through a bad review?

I’ve never had a bad review that devastated me. Any negative feedback I’ve received, I can usually see that went wrong pretty fast. Sometimes it’s a matter of personal taste, sometimes it’s a case of miscommunication. I guess I just don’t take bad reviews seriously. I see them as nothing more an invitation for improvement.

2. What has been your greatest inspiration for writing your story?

Neil Gaiman and Sin City / Frank Miller. Second to that, music is a huge influence and I couldn’t possibly list everything. It just depends on my mood.

3. Are there any people you feel need a shout out for supporting you?

Courtney Wells, Kevin Cole, and Kelley White-Ricks, to name a few. Many others of course, but they know who they are.

4. Has self-publishing taught you any lessons that you feel will help you in life?

Hmm, I feel it’s the opposite. My whole life and years of work experience has prepared me for self-publishing. I’m just now enjoying the icing on the cake.

and last, What’s your favorite color?

That’s such a mean question. I’m an artist, I love all colors. Asking me to pick one is like asking a mother to pick a child while the others are murdered. Nope, can’t do it.

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