Two women, haunted by tragedy, contend with nightmare voices from the past in a Colorado author’s book
Author Claire L. Fishback sets the stage for a story of secret societies, a malevolent deity and an eternal war
A love triangle, a randy robot and a kid trying to get her parents back together create a unique genre: the sci-fi rom-comBy Jodi Bowersox Book Excerpts Primary category in which blog post is published
A Florida swamp guide gets launched on a mystery by discovery of a hat — and a very unusual pair of shoesBy Carl Bock Book Excerpts Primary category in which blog post is published
Right off the bat, the co-authors of "Denver Moon: The Minds of Mars" have their protagonist face two existential questions: Who am I? Why am I here?
Author Donna Cooner contrasted people's real-life personas with online "reality," and was shocked at the private information one photo can carry
Author Elisabeth Hyde creates vivid scenes of sibling love and discord that play out over decades and converge on one weekend in "Go Ask Fanny"
The steamy scene sets the stage for a work of historical fiction built around the exploits of Billy the Kid
Author J.M. Mitchell's career with the National Park Service informs his writing. But he needed extra research on how his Kenyan counterparts did their job.
The first chapter of "Killing Godiva's Horse" plants the seeds of eventually converging storylines in author J.M. Mitchell's thriller
In this edition of her ongoing series, author Margaret Mizushima introduces us to the grisly discovery that raises a multitude of questions
SunLit asked some of the authors we've featured over the past year to tells us which books by other Colorado authors they'd recommend. Their picks, and the reasons why, could be the start of your shortlist.
In "Rough Beauty," the author and her canine companion, Elvis, refuse to await the end and instead relish the days