Added by Jessica Crawford Vernold on December 31, 2011 at 9:56pm —
YA/teen paranormal investigative novel series' first two releases Claxton Mansion and Five Falls Plantation now out in Kindle and paperback at Amazon.
Hoping for reviews!
Added by Stephen St Clair on December 31, 2011 at 9:30pm —
The ‘crime fictionista’ strikes again! Goodbye Noel by Nike Chillemi starts with a bang and never lets up. This is the second in Chillemi’s ‘Sanctuary Point’ Series – mystery crime stories set in a small, post WW II American town. This installment takes place right after Christmas when a young mother is found dead under her Christmas tree. Katrina Lenart, a maternity nurse who happens to stumble upon the scene, is given temporary custody of the orphaned infant while Inspector Ian… Continue
Added by Tracy Krauss on December 31, 2011 at 7:30pm —
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
BATTLEGROUNDS: THE FIGHT TO SAVE AMERICA’S EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM!
LOCAL EDUCATOR TAKES THE LEAD TO TEACH ABOUT EDUCATION AND FINANCE IN AMERICA
East Hartford, Connecticut 01,01,2012. Educator and author, Todney Harris will be celebrating the launching of his new, informative and controversial book entitled Battlegrounds: America’s War in Education and Finance: The Fight… Continue
Added by Todney Harris on December 31, 2011 at 7:05pm —
Visit www.todneyharris.com to learn more about Battlegrounds: America’s War in Education and Finance: A View from the Front Lines.
Posted by Allizabeth Collins
Review # 90: BATTLEGROUNDS America's War in Education and Finance: A View from the Front Lines by Todney Harris
Todney Harris' BATTLEGROUNDS…
Added by Todney Harris on December 31, 2011 at 7:03pm —
The last issue of Kings River Life in 2011 is up and filled with mystery fun. We have an article on some of the Sherlock Holmes books that have come out in 2011 http://kingsriverlife.com/12/31/sherlock-holmes-in-books/ Continue
And a whole big group of mystery book reviews for your 2012 reading list including Ian Rankin's latest…
Added by Lorie Ham on December 31, 2011 at 7:01pm —
Added by Kathleen Higgins-Anderson on December 31, 2011 at 5:58pm —
About Caught Dead in Philadelphia:
The debut of Philly Prep English teacher and accidental sleuth, Amanda Pepper, (and of C.K. Mackenzie, homicide detective) won the World Mystery Convention’s “Anthony” for best first mystery.
When the body of a colleague is found dead in Amanda’s living room, she has… Continue
Added by Untreed Reads on December 31, 2011 at 5:24pm —
And then I went off to highschool, where I promptly did all the wrong things...well, almost all the wrong things. In a Northern Ontario mining town, during the late sixties, the weather...yes, the weather...was different than it is today. One doesn't have to be a meteorologist to know that; you just have to be a boomer living 350 miles north of Toronto....the mecca of all teenagers during that time. In the late sixties, the winters in Northern Ontario were so cold that all my girlfriends… Continue
Added by Carla Ceccarelli on December 31, 2011 at 3:29pm —
Ink Heart By Cornelia Funke Smoothie Review
A couple years ago, I watched this fantasy movie. It was something I rented having no idea of what it was. It wasn’t the best movie in the world, but it was so imaginative that no matter how much I try to forget it, it will just hang in my head because it was just so original. It was called Ink Heart. And when I found out it was based on a book, I just had to read it. I actually went out…
Added by Samie Foster on December 31, 2011 at 2:59pm —
The Yattering And The Jack By Clive Barker
Overall Rating: A attempt at a overdone idea that sadly missed it’s mark.
This is a another short story by Clive Bark out of the “Book of Blood.” And regardless of the cheesy titles, I like what I have read so far. It is great to see someone with their own style rather than ripping off someone else. So this is the first story. It’s called the “The Yattering and The…
Added by Samie Foster on December 31, 2011 at 2:57pm —
A special thank you to everyone who made 2011 such a memorable year for me. I've blogged about it and even named names at … Continue
Added by Anne K. Albert on December 31, 2011 at 2:35pm —
“The historian, if honest, gives us a photograph; the storyteller gives us a painting.” (Leon Garfield) The photograph shows us the historical facts. The storyteller takes these facts and creates a story surrounding a fictional family. I have learned so much about our country and the revolution by reading historical fiction. When writing this genre, you must be accurate when it comes to history. Writing historical fiction or historical romance can be a challenge but a lot of fun. First, you… Continue
Added by Linda Weaver Clarke on December 31, 2011 at 12:17pm —
Added by Donna Lee Comer on December 31, 2011 at 12:05pm —
Scary Mary by S.A. Hunter Continue
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Well, I didn't expect to finish this all in one day, but it was a really good book. Mary is a great character,…
Added by Sophie Duncan on December 31, 2011 at 11:41am —
More reviews of Storm Chaser:
The book now has eleven 5-star and one 4-star reviews on Amazon, three 5-star reviews on Barnes & Noble, and on Fictionwise.com it… Continue
Added by Mark R Hunter on December 31, 2011 at 3:28am —
Added by Cyndi Beane Henry on December 30, 2011 at 11:30pm —
Added by Jessica Crawford Vernold on December 30, 2011 at 10:17pm —
About The Porridge Incident:
Is Goldilocks really a trespasser who broke furniture and slept in strange beds, or is she the victim of mistaken identity? Our intrepid Detective Nathaniel P. Osgood III (fresh off his success in the short story The Birds) uses all his skills and tricks of the trade to… Continue
Added by Untreed Reads on December 30, 2011 at 7:38pm —
About Bakerloo Line Train:
John wants to turn his life around, and that starts with a marriage proposal to his girlfriend. All that’s standing between him and this act is a simple journey on the London Underground. Except that this journey will be anything but simple.
Strange old ladies, apathetic passengers, a… Continue
Added by Untreed Reads on December 30, 2011 at 7:02pm —