"Troubled Waters" by Jon Wakeham.
This story about an early James Bond type character develops an interesting plot amongst a satisfactory balance of real and imaginary events, places and people. Wakeham has done a masterful job of recreating what to me felt like a very accurate reflection of life amongst the well-connected of London in 1909. At times I felt that I could have been reading a contemporary writer to Conan Doyle, E.M. Forster, or Lord Dunsany, only to be deterred… Continue
Added by Richard Bunning on October 22, 2011 at 7:38am —
Living in Northern California I have many options for good, authentic Mexican food. However, reproducing some of the more complicated items at home can be a challenge. With regional variations and a different version of common recipes between each family, molé and other things can be tough to tackle on your own.
Added by Heidi Sue Roth on October 22, 2011 at 7:30am —
Meet Ashley M. Christman, urban fantasy/paranormal fiction author of the Nocturne series. Book 1 in the series, Nightingale, released this month and Ashley’s talkin’ Vampires…with a twist.
You’re invited to Ravencraft’s Romance Realm where Ashley shares her take on Vampires Tales. Stop by and take a peek at:
Hope to see… Continue
Added by Kay Dee Royal on October 22, 2011 at 7:08am —
This is a bilingual book with English writing translated to Spanish on the same page. In a country were many people speak Spanish this book could help teach the English language to both the Spanish speaker’s children and to their parents. It could also help teach non-Spanish speakers a foreign language.
The story in this book goes from one room to another, or from one person to another, as the readers are shown trails of crumbs leading everywhere. Meanwhile, the narrator asks where… Continue
Added by Anna del C. Dye on October 22, 2011 at 12:30am —
This is an excellent mix between spices and the meaning of our Savior’s gift to us. This is an excellent book that puts together the pure and true love of our Savior without overdoing it. The writing is fluid and especially simple, so everyone can understand. It is the kind of book that inspires you to get out of bed in the morning and do some good.
The book is beautifully crafted to contain Yvonne’s personal stories and how they have inspired her to be closer to the Lord. The stories… Continue
Added by Anna del C. Dye on October 22, 2011 at 12:30am —
Please visit my blog and check out my latest book review. It is a Mystery Novel!
"Trophies (The Ellandun Wars)" - by J. Gunnar Grey
Read and Enjoy!
Added by Patricia Blomeley-Maddigan on October 22, 2011 at 12:02am —
Last night, before watching a movie with my husband, I checked
my Facebook. I was happy to see the great feedback concerning my first blog post.
After all, I never intended on doing such a thing but surprisingly found some
sort of satisfaction from the process. As I scrolled down the news feed, I saw
that someone I knew posted a link to the blog. How sweet! I then noticed that
some man felt the need to bash my potty mouth. Yep, I knew it was going to happen.
Added by Rebekah Armusik on October 21, 2011 at 11:39pm —
Hi everyone!! Continue
I'm Summer and I'm writing a True Romance / Erotica series that I will confess is very closely based on my own adventures since my divorce about 18 months ago or so.
I have learned a lot about myself, my re-awakened sexuality and life in general.
I am a very new indie author that is getting some really great feedback and reviews for my series so far. It is truly humbling to hear some of the feedback and…
Added by Summer Daniels on October 21, 2011 at 11:37pm —
I am also now on B&N Pubit! Submitted a few books and waiting to see what happens!
Added by Sandra Rains on October 21, 2011 at 11:37pm —
Just wanted to say hello to everyone! Also would like to share a link with you all to a website I just started (still in works) that tells about some of my work.
Added by Sandra Rains on October 21, 2011 at 11:35pm —
Added by Kathleen Higgins-Anderson on October 21, 2011 at 8:29pm —
For those of you who are fans of and followers of my blog and my work, I am happy to report that my first novel, Corruption, is ready for purchase. Corruption is the story of Mahogany Carroll, an unrepentant cougar, and Jordan Yoshito, her precocious cub. Jordan struggles with finding his way in the world, and Mahogany struggles with needing more than just great sex. Mahogany likes her men young…
Added by Amaya Radjani on October 21, 2011 at 7:01pm —
WORD FOR THIS POST:
Wistful: (adj) 1. characterized by melancholy; longing; yearning
In the spirit of Blogfest which took place one week ago, I am posting three very interesting blogs I follow. All three are approximately one year old (plus or minus a few months). I chose them all to be review blogs, because it's something I will be seeking soon. Have a look at the great job these bloggers are… Continue
Added by Marta Szemik on October 21, 2011 at 6:21pm —
MY PERSONAL LAWYER IS ALSO a writer of crime thrillers. I can deal with that, most people need a day job, and he finds his material in his cases. Now here comes Paula Bonnell, a practicing lawyer who writes poetry. So where to start? I tried reading these poems as if I did not know that they were written by someone with “esquire” after their name. Then I remembered that Wallace Stevens was also a lawyer, albeit a corporate one.
Added by Pearson Oldmitz on October 21, 2011 at 4:30pm —
A HUGE Thanks!
Good morning/evening everyone!
I am over the moon! and this is one of the few places I can reach you all...Yesterday and today my latest novel, Children of The Plantation
is the recommended eBook on E Reader News today.… Continue
Added by Faith Mortimer on October 21, 2011 at 3:04pm —
A short essay on the Blair Witch Project, one of the scariest movies ever made.
Added by Mac Campbell on October 21, 2011 at 2:46pm —
Here is what you can expect:
Manchester 6 focuses on the best and worst of human nature, personified in the gritty urban setting of Manchester, UK, and featuring a plethora of no-nonsense characters you’d ordinarily want to avoid. The six stories highlight generally decent folk who become embroiled with the lower echelons of society, aka scumbags. Whether it’s the paranoid, spliff-sucking writer who has a falling-out online, or an ex-soldier hunting a notorious… Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on October 21, 2011 at 2:35pm —
About Harrigan’s Price:
At the desperate onset of World War II in the South Pacific, an American fighter pilot makes a choice to mend his ways. Servicemen in trouble, a priest who is losing faith…can one man possibly change the outcome of people’s lives? Even from The Great Beyond?
A short work from our Spectres… Continue
Added by Untreed Reads on October 21, 2011 at 2:35pm —
I get asked a lot of questions. One of the them is, ”What do I look for in an author?” I mean really as a reader, what are the things that draw you to pick up an author’s material and become a fan, stand by them time after time, and just proclaim your loyalty for eternity? Here are some of my thoughts, the yardstick by which I measure the authors, size them up, and just say hit me, I can’t wait till I get that read of yours in my hand:
-A really cool name, something that just sticks… Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on October 21, 2011 at 1:52pm —
Added by kerry of musings of a bookworm on October 21, 2011 at 1:46pm —