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Square One: Volume 1 by Mohamed Shafiek received a great review from Josh Piedra from The Outerhaven. You can see the review at http://www.theouterhaven.net/2017/11/square-one-review/. He also wrote favorably of Beyond the Dome: A Blue-Collar Hero by C.S. Mills, an action-adventure light novel that we sponsor. The review is at http://www.theouterhaven.net/2017/11/beyond-dome-blue-collar-hero-review/.
Square One was released Sept. 19, 2017, and is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, Kobo, and other online retailers as an ebook for $9.99. It also can be found in print for $14.99. Shafiek wrote and illustrated the novel, and Vic’s Lab is serving as the distributor. The story contains comedy-drama and slice-of-life themes.
The following is a description of the story:
“After failing to become the mangaka Akari Ise has always dreamed of being, he is given one last chance to prove himself as a proposition to become a manga assistant arises. Upon being assigned to one of the biggest names in the manga industry, Akari finds his new coworkers to be something more out of a circus than a group that aspires to the same goals he does. As his new race to becoming a mangaka begins, Akari finds that there might be more to being one than what he originally thought.”
Here is the description for Beyond the Dome: A Blue-Collar Hero:
(To Synthesize – To combine into a single or unified entity. A+B=AB)
A young generation of talented boys and girls face their fear and Synthesize, causing them to gain amazing power. Knowing nothing of what is to come, a 16 year old boy clutches on to his fathers last words and strives to see the outside world; to become a Blue-Collar hero.
Fighting to see the outside world for his father, Kai finds himself the Head of the Domes main focus.
Battling against not only himself and his accidental monstrous power, Kai has to defend he and his friends from the threat hiding in plane sight. Will he succeed and find out the ugly truth? Or has the Head of the Dome perfectly orchestrated everything as part of his devious master plan?
A dome built to protect the people, but is being on the inside really the safest place to be?
If you've missed it, also check out this review by C.S. Mills of Biako's light novel The Everlasting: Eye of the Wise on alightnovelist.org (http://alightnovelist.org/index.php/2017/05/12/everlasting-vol-1-eye-wise/) and Sandra Banks' review of Restart ∞ Days: Volume 01 by S0rahana on the Japan Reviewer (https://japanreviewer.blogspot.co.uk/2017/09/manga-novel-review-restart-days-vol-1.html?m=1#more).