Moon Called and Blood Bound by Patricia Briggs
my latest review about Peter and the Shadow Thieves
Just Posted a review of Mappa Mundi by Justina Robson
A Hard Sci-Fi Near Future Novel that covers psychology, bio-technology and personal freedoms.
Some innovative ideas emerge when traditional crafts receive the same status and appreciation. A recently published photography book by internationally known NeoPopRealist artist Nadia RUSS “Fort Lauderdale 100: A Must-Have Collector’s Edition” has explored the City of Fort Lauderdale contemporary life: its semi-tropical nature with Atlantic Ocean, marina with yachts, beautiful plants, clean beaches, busines area and much more. This year (2011) city celebrates its 100-year anniversary and the way Nadia RUSS views the city has changed. This book features 100 stunning photographs of the contemporary Fort Lauderdale with its changing attitudes. New designers’ vision successfully challenges traditional design, using new materials and developing ideas of the garden not only as a living space, but also as a site for installation. All this reflected in the book’s photographs. It is an artist Nadia RUSS' debut in photography and like always, she is experimenting. In some of her photographs, she uses the effects that give photographs a look as if it was a traditional brush painting. You must see it to believe in it!
One of the leading psychologists said that ‘mood depends on surroundings’. This city is designed for happiness with its intoxicating combination of inspiration and comfort, security and liberty. This book published by NeoPopRealism PRESS (www.neopoprealism.org) in April 2011, ISBN: 9780615470085, 138 pages, and available in print at Amazon.com and BarnesAndNoble.com and as eBook in Google Books. You can preview 1/5 of the book for free at Google Book, start your Preview NOW.
“Tangled Webs: How False Statements are Undermining America: From Martha Stewart to Bernie Madoff” by James B. Stewart is a nonfiction book about the comfort of our society with lying. The book examines this phenomenon which, to me, seems as if it is a new sport.
More from British suspense novelist P. M. Hubbard, this time his 1979 masterpiece Kill Claudio.
Latest review: Coffins of Little Hope by Tim Schaffert:
My Unfair Godmother by Janette Rallison
Well, next book is up on my blog now.
Hope you guys keep coming back. I'm now posting every 5 days now. I'm keeping up with my reading and will decide how often to add posts.
My latest review is of The Onion Girl by Charles de Lint.
i so badly want to read "the trees of season" by stephen gately . But i cant find it . can somebody send me the ebook , my site is www.khairusworld.blogspot.com