Café Three-Zero has accepted one of my short stories for publication in their forthcoming ebook. It's due to be release in October. I can't wait!
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A year and a half ago, a brilliant young woman named Ankhesen_Mié and I came together and formed Middle Child Press, an independent publishing house for WoC authors. We specialize in publishing works by women of color authors. The time has come for WoC to tell our own stories: stories that run the gamut of human experience. We don’t all write hood lit or streamlined interpretations of our…
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Keeping up with the “Call Me Smitty” series has been a real pleasure for me. I guess that is a funny thing to say about reading about an assassin or hitman right? The pleasure in it is not the carnage and death, the ethical questions it brings up, the constant ponderings as to whether Smitty is a good guy or a bad guy, but in the ability of the author. B.R. Stateman’s unique ability to craft a story, to draw me in, to get inside my head and make me ask those questions time and time again.…Continue
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Title of Book: How to win your case in Traffic Court without a Lawyer
Author: Janet Traken
ISBN Number: 978-0-7387-1878-1
Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Group, Inc
Genre/Market: Law, General Law, Legal education
Publication Date: 2011
Book Length: 280 Pages
5 Out of 5 points
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If you’ve had enough of historical fiction based on Tudor England and need a change perhaps A Spanish Hapsburg Trilogy would be just the thing.
When English author Linda Carlino first began visiting Spain she had no idea that years later she was going to write historical novels about Spanish royals.
But that’s exactly what she did. She wrote three novels about the most important descendents of Ferdinand and Isabella.
The books of the trilogy are connected…Continue
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About 6 months ago I had a caller, Katherine LaHart, on my blogtalk radio show The G-ZONE call in and suggest that I do a collaboration. Personally I was floored; really, this was the last thing that I thought anybody would ask me that day. I sure didn’t wake up with that thought on my mind. Since then we, various authors and Trestle Press, have produced 22 installments of the series covering just about every genre possible except romance. Let’s face it, with names like Harry Balls, Peter…Continue
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Meet Gabrielle and read about her newest release, Masquerade. If you like vampires, you’ll have a deep appreciation for her trilogy.
She’s also giving away a PDF copy for one lucky commenter – details here:
See you there,
Kay Dee Royal on behalf of Ravencraft’s Romance…Continue
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While Beth Hamlin seems to be the most popular secondary character from Storm Chaser, I have a plot bunny that just won't leave me alone, involving another secondary character: Fran, the State Police Detective who befriends Allie and will appear in two of the stories in Storm Chaser Shorts. After some thought, I've decided the sequel (working title: Storm Damage) will feature Fran, although Beth will also be there as a supporting character. If my idea works out and…Continue
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My latest release Behind Closed Doors is now available from Barnes And Noble with a fantastc 28% introductory discount, meaning you can get the paperback edition for a…Continue
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When I was a kid, I went to see the movie version of The Twilight Zone. There was a scene that frightened the pants off me, but when I was older I found out that... well, read on. Suffice to say, I was a naive little boy.
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Why? This question ran through my mind as I read Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson. For example, why did Anderson portray her main character Melinda as a sarcastic and therefore sometimes unlikeable teenager? Or, why did Anderson keep readers in the dark until partway through her novel about the incident that changed Melinda’s life? Now that I’ve finished reading Speak, I agree with Anderson’s choices but have yet another question. How did Anderson write so smartly about…Continue
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