Giving Away FREE paperback copies of An Orman’s Revenge

Paperback/Hardcover Edition

Hello! Hope you guys are all having a wonderful evening, day or morning wherever you are. I must say that today, I am super excited! Not only was I happy about celebrating my birthday on the 28th of August this year! (Go me) but I decided to pass on my excitement to anyone who is interested in reading books and need a book on your TBR (To be read) list! If you like:

  • Romance
  • Light sci-fi
  • Hybrids with superhero powers
  • Murder mystery/thrillers
  • Second chances

Then maybe you would be interested in reading the first book in the Truson S.E.T. Series, An Orman’s Revenge! If you are, then that’s great because I am offering a FREE paperback copy starting from August 29th, 2023 to September 29th, 2023. I am only offering this wonderful opportunity for ONE MONTH ONLY! After that, the FREE copy of An Orman’s Revenge will be replaced by another book sometime in the near future and I will no longer be able to offer this precious book for FREE. So, if you want to experience something new and different that is a little outside the norm but still follow the genre tropes you know and love, then sign up in the link down below to get your FREE copy today.

*Please make sure you put your mailing address in the message box so I will be able to mail the book to you.

*Also, please let me know if you want to sign up for my newsletter or not. Although I would really like it if you did, you are under no obligation to sign up whatsoever!

Thank you!

Dominique Gibson

Been a busy Birthday Month

Hi! Dominique Gibson is back with a new post. It’s nice to be back and that I am able to actually post something on here considering my internet was down for a minute. I am hoping that things was change in the near future but we shall see.

It’s been a really busy month for me, considering this is also my birthday month (August 28th, here I come). I have been working really hard on typing up the fourth book of the Truson S.E.T. Series and have been posting my progress on both Instagram and my Tiktok accounts. I still haven’t figured out how to connect my accounts to here, but I will be sure to let you know when I do. In the mean time, you can find me on TikTok at to learn more about my writing progress.

I also have good news to share when it comes to selling my books. I recently sold 2 titles in Germany shortly after I published the first book, An Orman’s Revenge, on Instagram. On top of that, I sold about four units on Amazon last month. Thank you everyone for purchasing my books and supporting me on my author journey. This journey wasn’t easy considering I had been waiting a long time when it came to publishing my books and now that I finally have, it’s been an amazing journey and I couldn’t be happier because of all of you who are purchasing my books and writing reviews about it.

For that, I thank you.

Well, I did want to go on when it came to what has been happening when it comes to my author journey but I have to go be a responsible adult and pay my bills and blah, blah, blah. Hopefully, I will be back soon to do another post.

Much love,

Dominique Gibson

Working through losing the pain of a love one

I know. I have been missing in action. I haven’t been able to do much of anything considering I have lost the death of someone close to me. It has been a difficult journey for me within these last few months between jugging all of my responsibilities between my job, writing, and working on being a book coach. I have been in the process of trying to complete my book coaching course and just trying to get back into the groove of things.

For a little while, I had writer’s block. I tried my best to write but I was frozen. Losing the death of a loved one is not easy. My whole world changed. Time stood still. Even though I still managed to type up the latest chapter of Courtney’s Redemption, I couldn’t manage to write anything else. It was a passion project I wanted to start but lost the passion once everything crashed under me. Despite the difficulties, I am still able to push through it. I managed to type up an entire chapter while going through my struggles. I still kept trying even though the pain was unbearable.

However, I woke up this morning and I found hope. I started reading about what it takes to start an LLC after I roamed the internet and found someone that was talking about putting some of your business money into a trust. That got me interested in the whole LLC idea so after some research, I found an article for other writers who might have been thinking about doing the same thing and decided to post it here if you are interested.

It is because of this that I have a new goal I want to achieve. Hopefully, I will be able to do it this year but I will just keep it a secret for now. See you soon.

Dominique Gibson

Book Review: The Awakening by Nora Roberts

Hello! Dominique Gibson is back with another post. I originally read this book back in late 2022 and just got finished with it about a week ago. It took me a little bit of time in order to read this book considering it was four hundred and eighty two pages and this was the first time I had read a book that was outside of the romance/women’s fiction genre. But, I did read this book from beginning to end and I’m am going to give you my overall take on what I thought about this book.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Spoiler Alert: If you have NOT read this book, I would suggest you go and read the book first before you look at the review down below. Thank you.

Summary: Breen Kelly is a middle school teacher was is miserable with her life. She hates being a teacher and wants to do something more when it comes to her life but doesn’t know how. Her best friend, Marco, totally agrees with her decision but Breen decides that she doesn’t feel like she is good enough to do anything except live the life she has now….until she suddenly finds out that her mother has secretly stashed away millions of dollars of her money that her dad gave her when she was little. Once she finds out the truth, she goes on a search to find her father by going to Ireland.

It is there that she finds out the truth about who she truly is and what led her to her true identity of what she has been all along: A daughter of the Fae world, a world that is filled with dragons, fairies, witches, spells, and the ultimate choice of being the daughter of the Fae in the Fae world or going back to her ‘normal’ world and ignoring the call that lies within her heart, including fighting a battle who just so happens to be a family member to her Fae world.

Keegan O’ Broin is a fierce warrior in the realm of Talamh, battling against the world toughest enemies to keep with the protection of the Fae world. Despite his victories he has obtained in the world of the Fae, He is surprised when he finds Breen and knows the history of her family. Despite the news, Keegan feels obligated to train Breen to fight the enemies that are invading her thoughts and dreams when it comes to knowing who she truly is. The more time they spend together, the more the feelings between them start to grow until Keegan forces her into what her obligations and destiny belong.

The Rating: I gave this book four stars. I like the characters and I thought that the story was somewhat interesting. Considering that this is the first book in her Dragon Heart Legacy series, I will continue to read the other two books and give my review on those as well. I thought that the description was pretty good but it was a little repetitive when it came to describing the overall scenery of the place in Ireland. Again, that could just be me trying to get used to reading longer books (especially in the Fantasy genre considering I was not a huge fan of Harry Potter or The Lord of the Rings, sorry!).

Which leads me to why I gave it four stars

I am the type of reader that likes fantasy to be backwards. Instead of taking me to a secret place that felt like it was a whole other universe on the other side of the world, I kind of like the urban fantasies where they bring the dragons, fairies, vampires, etc. into the city life or even into the modern world. One of the reasons why I was a huge fan of Twilight and the Vampire Diaries is because they brought the whole vampire mythology to the modern world (The city of Forks and Mystic Falls for example). Even though there were times where we were teleported back into their previous lives, we only stayed there for a little while before we were brought back into the present day of that story.

The past was only shown after a question was being raised as to who the character is, what he or she wants, and what goals they are trying to achieve in the present day in order to get it. I felt as if in this book, Breen spent more time in Ireland than in the Philadelphia. I am hoping that within the next two books, the world that she has been used to will collide with the world she considers to be her home (Philadelphia vs. Talamh). This will be something I would LOVE to see!

Overall, the book wasn’t bad. I enjoyed it and I am looking forward to seeing what the next book has in store for Breen, Keegan, and all of the other characters in this series.

That’s it for now. See you soon.

Dominique Gibson

Congratulations to the 2023 Hawthorne Winner

I am taking the time to congratulate the 2023 winner of the Hawthorne Prize. Hello, Dominique Gibson is back with another post. So, I recently got an email announcing the 2023 Hawthorne Prize winner and I just wanted to give my congratulations to the winner, Joe Pace, for his novel, Moss. I don’t know if this book will be something I would read right now, but I will admit that the story’s premise sounds intriguing enough to read.

Congratulations again and good luck with your success. If you want more information about the novel or his work, please feel free to click down on the link below for more.

That’s it for now. See you soon.

Dominique Gibson

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