And Another Five Star Review for River City from Scattered Thoughts

Rveiwq - Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words - River City

Just got another fantastic review for “The River City Chronicles” – Melanie at Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words absolutely fricking loved it: All the characters here are so beautifully created, so multidimensional that they are all on equal footing.  Each and every one is so important to the story and will gain equal measure in … Read more

Five Stars for River City from Drops of Ink

Just got another fantastic review for “The River City Chronicles” – five stars from Anne Barwell at Drops of Ink: I was drawn into the story immediately, and wanted to know more about the overarching story, the characters, and how they would interact. The chapters are a great size, perfect for diving in and out … Read more

Amazing Review for “The River City Chronicles”

Wicked Faerie - River City

Just got a fantastic review from Chris at Wicked Faerie for my “other” book this week – “The River City Chronicles”: “I thoroughly enjoyed The River City Chronicles. I liked the entire ensemble cast and how their stories connected in multiple places. The storytelling throughout this book is a particular strength of this author as … Read more

“Lander” Reviewed in USA Today!

USA HEA Blog

“Lander” just got a fantastic review in USA Today’s HEA Blog! http://happyeverafter.usatoday.com/2018/02/09/becky-condit-gay-fantasy-romance-rec-lander-j-scott-coatsworth/ —— I’m not sure I can do justice to this book with a mere review, but I’ll try. I loved the first book, Skythane, but Lander surpasses it… Oh, my goodness, I could not put this book down! … Very exciting, well worth … Read more

Great Review for “The Stark Divide”

Ryane Chatman Review - The Stark Divide

Just got a fabulous review for “The Stark Divide” from Ryane Chatman:   Mr. Coatsworth continues to delight me with each book he writes. I am whisked off to reaches unknown, or reminded of places I’d like to see. He spins tales of longing, despair, faith (not always in the religious sense), and hope. Hope … Read more