Added by Rosemary Sanford on January 31, 2011 at 10:10pm — No Comments
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, January 31, 2011
“Nicole Weaver – Author Highlight”
Nicole weaver was born in Port-au-Prince Haiti. She came to…Continue
Added by Kristi Bernard on January 31, 2011 at 8:50pm — No Comments
I was thrilled to read this review from 'Fiction Books'
A creative, page-turning drama, a poignant story, characters totally engrossing in their complexity, with the distinctive essence of each easily discernible, sensual and evocative writing, from a great new author.
Worthy of: …Continue
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Here's a great recommend for my new book, Pink Noise: A Posthuman Tale:
Added by Leonid Korogodski on January 31, 2011 at 2:48pm — No Comments
I like to be entertained when I am investing time in a novel, lately it has been hit or miss with me for Stuart Woods. Strategic Moves was a definite hit, not a home run, but a looping single off the end of the bat that made it to the outfield in between the shortstop and center fielder. I mean it hit all the right notes and Stone Barrington is back, but in all his totally unbelievable absurdity. Fiction is great for escapism and this is cruising right down that unbelievable road,…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on January 31, 2011 at 2:18pm — No Comments
I remember when the Internet was a baby–a brilliant, wide-eyed, baby with limitless potential for positive growth.
The Internet was born to Scientific and Military parents. It soon showed its independence and became the playground of creative, intelligent folks who took its potential and shaped a carnival of information amazement.
One of the most…Continue
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Last week I completed the Manhattan half-marathon. It isn’t my first but probably my most difficult half in a while. I came in about 20 minutes later than the previous one I ran about six month ago. I’d like to think that there were a lot of reasons why my time was what it was.
First, I have to admit, it was cold outside. The thermometer read 15 degrees Fahrenheit. I practically froze my fingers off when I decided to take my number tag off my jacket to place it on my pants. This way…Continue
Added by Theresa Varela on January 30, 2011 at 8:09pm — No Comments
A man, herein named, Dennis Kolwaski, a former high-earning Wall Street securities analyst, is in Louisville, Kentucky, behind the forty-foot, barbed-wire walls of a penitentiary. He will be bunking there until the year 2031. At the commencement of Dennis’ sentence, a psychiatrist had deemed him a sociopath.
A sociopathic personality suffers from disorders that destabilize an individual’s rationality, temperament, and behavior. One of the symptoms is that the afflicted believes to…Continue
Added by daniel simone on January 30, 2011 at 5:15pm — No Comments
Forty-two percent of published books are produced by ghostwriters, professionalscommissioned by people who aren't qualified to bring the task to fruition without their assistance. An individual creates a great idea or concept, but may not be endowed with the wherewithal to blueprint a flawless composition. An inarticulate writer may know how to sink the initial gripping hook, but doesn't necessarily wield the writing stamina and consistency to roll…Continue
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Added by Martha A. Cheves on January 30, 2011 at 4:59pm — No Comments
A 17th century Pedlar, his Dog and a Church Window.
Discover the true story of how an itinerant pedlar commerated his dog in a church painted window.
I came across the story of the Lambeth Pedlar and his dog whilst researching an article for the veterinary press. In the parish church of Saint Mary’s, Lambeth, to there is a painted glass window of a man weighted down with a back pack, with a dog at his feet. This is…Continue
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When I received the ARC of "Angelfire" I was excited but honestly was unsure if I would enjoy it or not. As I read I was taken about at how well the characters developed. Although it started out slow it quickly progressed into quite a great story that left me craving more. I really liked how the relationship between Elle and Will was…Continue
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Added by Joey Pinkney on January 30, 2011 at 9:50am — No Comments
I have been asked about my thoughts of things like:
& Slavery in the Modern world
Yes like where are the easy questions like what is my favourite flavour ice-cream?
So starting off do I believe in gender equality….er………. NO that is silly I am a traditional brought up girl and I know that girls should know their place in the world ………..well it is so obvious we superior ……..why would we…
Added by Amy Mah (Vampire) on January 30, 2011 at 6:46am — No Comments