I don't have room in my current library for more books, but I liked Unwind so much that it's on my wish list for when I do. Moreover, I have been recommending it to all my reader friends--and now am recommending it to you. Unwind is a fabulous read!
Added by Allison on March 26, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Imagine a fractured world 400 years in the future. The human populace has been decimated by disease, war, and famine. This is the world of The Sword. In Chiveis (pronounced Shi-VICE - the German word for Switzerland, I believe. I note this here because I spent the whole book reading it as CHIV-ee-us and when the pronunciation was discussed in the last 1/3 of the book, I had a revelation as to the setting of this book.). The current religion of state is the worship of Astrebril and a…Continue
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Yesterday I had the privilege of announcing the first winner in the Trestle Press Spring Submission Contest: Jeffrey Martin for House of Misery. Serious stuff and it is an intense read. More on that in a bit. The contest winners will be announced at different times during the week on my blogtalk show The G-ZONE until we reach the conclusion on or around the 15th of April. The submissions were many. They varied in style and substance, and were all together amazing. My experience…Continue
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DANGER IN TIME is my hot teen time travel mystery, now in Kindle, Nook, Google eBooks, and print.
When a 16 year old girl suddenly finds herself ten year back in time, with the help of an antique clockwatch, she comes face to face with her 16 year old older…
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I know it sounds too good to be true, but all you have to do is COMMENT on my blog post in order to win one of TWO kindles!
It ends March 31st, so hurry over today!
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***** Five Stars (out of Five)
"Fighting the Devil"
A True Story of…Continue
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The stories just keep pouring out of Laurie Bowler. As I am writing this post she is releasing The Depths of Darkness, a full length novel (I will be posting on that next week). She also has Across the City, the fourth chapter in the continuing saga ready to edit. I already have the cover done for that bad boy and will put it up on Facebook after I put this post up. Hopefully you will like the cover art. Laurie will be my guest again in April on The G-ZONE, my blogtalk radio show.…Continue
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For those of you that didn’t tune in on Monday to my blogtalk radios show The G-ZONE, shame on you. Okay, maybe you had something to do, but you can at least listen to it on the archive, who knows maybe you will find another author you find interesting. The reason I am pointing this out is this: Tom gave me a new insight into how and why he writes. I found his answers to my questions compelling as well as very telling and it helped me to appreciate his hard work even more. Here is…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 26, 2011 at 11:01am — No Comments
wow this is my first time writting a blog. i love books and have read many in my 60 years. the real first time that i got swept a way with a book was as a young girl of ten years old. as a gift i recieved a book and it was nancy drew the secert of the old clock. i read that cover to cover the same day i was so into it. nancy drew opened the door to books for me.
as a young girl i all so had a journal that i wrote in every night without fail. yes i am sure i had dreams of one day…Continue
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People never cease to amaze me. There are people whom I have known nearly my entire life who now treat me like I don't exist. I feel like I have leprosy. I look in the mirror to see if I have lesions on my face. What changed in just a matter of months. You don't want to be friends? You don't like us? What is the deal?
We are supposed to be like Christ. I don't think that Christ would treat a wild animal the way that certain people have treated me. People are allowed to have…Continue
Added by Life in a small town on March 25, 2011 at 7:19pm — No Comments
Westende is a quiet little town on the Belgian seaside, situated close to well-known cities such as Ostend and Bruges. It is also the town where my novella The Strangers Outside takes place. For those of you who are fan of the book, I thought I'd share a few pictures of this charming little town as well as of the holiday cabin that I describe in the story.
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