Added by Martha A. Cheves on June 17, 2011 at 5:03pm — No Comments
The best part of writing for teenagers is remembering what it was like to be one. Never thought I would say that, like most of us I wished it away. I couldn't wait to get to the next step on the ladder. When I was fifteen I wanted to be sixteen, then eighteen was the next best thing. That's because I thought being a kid 'sucked': chores had to be done, homework needed to be handed in on time, and crushes well they did what they were called.
But now as I look back, young…Continue
Added by Kerry Mirza on June 17, 2011 at 3:27pm — No Comments
Right off the bat I want to tell you I am interviewing this author today @ 6.30pm EST on my blogtalk show, The G-ZONE. Here is the link for that:
Lincoln Crisler starts off the show at 6pm, Steve is on at 6.30. I have to hand it to the author; he can write a…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on June 17, 2011 at 3:02pm — No Comments
Waking to the news that one of my fellow collaborators, Big Daddy Abel, had three titles in the TOP TEN in his category made me take pause and reflect a bit. My wife made me stop though as it appeared it I may go into a seizure or something. Pausing and reflecting is not one of my many strong points. Here is the thing: as little as four months ago BDA was not doing this, the writing thing, nor was Trestle Press doing publishing on any type…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on June 17, 2011 at 1:02pm — No Comments
I've got a whole new line up of reviews at my blog Armchair Archives including:
The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith
Sophie's World (an intriguing novel of mystery and philosophy) by J.Gaarder
The Storyteller (Nobel award winning contemporary Latin American fiction) by Marios Vargas Llosa
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Tom Wolfe wrote The Bonfire of the Vanities quite a few years before I Am Charlotte Simmons, so my experience reading them in reverse order isn't technically chronological, of course. However, as I recently completed my painstaking for-pride-and-pride-alone reading of Bonfire, I kept coming back to the…Continue
Added by Hannah Eason on June 17, 2011 at 8:49am — No Comments
H.R. Toye is the author of the “Debtor’s Chip” series of digital short stories and she wanted to go all out hardcore horror with this little number. It is a smoking hot read and is filled with plenty of serial killer action and hardcore zombie suspense to slake any horror lover’s thirst. WARNING: If you have read any of the previous The Author’s Lab/Collaboration stories I think you have noticed an element of humor running throughout the story. That is not the case here.…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on June 17, 2011 at 8:25am — No Comments
Dianne Greco is available for interviews and guest posts on your blog. Please email donna at thewriterscoffeeshop dot com. If you would like to review In the Hands of Grace, you may request a complimentary ebook in epub, mobi/kindle, or pdf.
My book, In the Hands of Grace, is about a woman named Susan who, after seventeen years, is terminated via an impersonal e-mail from her high powered job as a gem broker in New York…Continue
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I have some scoop on Dana Littlejohn - Featured Fantasy Erotica Romance Author. Come and learn all about her and her newest release, Eros’ First Fix, at:…Continue
Added by Kay Dee Royal on June 17, 2011 at 6:50am — No Comments
Depending on your level of geekiness, you may have known for some time now about the coming of the Thor movie from the after credits sneak peak in the last Iron Man movie. I could hear an audible gasp from the movie theater audience when they flashed the hammer along with the S.H.I.E.L.D. agent standing in the background, and then the screen going black.......
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I guess my review is kind of harsh because I was not the hugest fan of the series. It was one of those series you just keep thinking might get better so you hang in there. I can say this one was not as bad as some but still did not shock nor leave me wanting more. Although I know a lot of fans are kind of bummed about wanting an epilogue. I think though it leaves a great…Continue
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Just finished Heat Wave. The book is of course based on the hit TV show Castle, which I am a huge fan. The Author is listed as Richard Castle and stars Nikki Heat.. the character he bases off of Detective Kate Beckitt in the show.
For a gimmic for a TV following it was quite fun and refreshing. The characters all carry the personalities of the roles they are based from. But the very unique twist is that where the star of the show is Rick Castle.. the book is all about…Continue
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