Introduction by Interviewer:
I am pleased to discuss a debut novel, “Corr Syl the Warrior” with its author Dr. Garry Rogers.
Garry grew up on a farm in the Midwest. He has a PhD in Physical Geography and he taught at Columbia University in New York, and at UCLA.
Dr. Rogers has one surviving son, one daughter, and three left-behind cats. One son died after a long battle with diabetes. Garry owns a farm in central Arizona that he manages…
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Fiji is a spellbinding novel of adventure, cultural misunderstandings, religious conflict and sexual tension set in one of the most exotic and isolated places on earth. As the pharaohs of ancient Egypt build their mighty pyramids, and Chinese civilization evolves under the Shang Dynasty, adventurous seafarers from South East Asia begin to settle the far-flung islands of the South Pacific. The exotic archipelago of Fiji is one of the last island groups to be discovered and will remain hidden…Continue
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I just reviewed The Stonekeeper by Kazu Kibuishi (READ MORE).
When their father dies, Emily and Navin must move with their mother to a run-down house in the middle of nowhere - an inheritance from a great uncle they've…Continue
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This first part of an epic Star Wars type of production is very entertaining, often gripping, and well written. It is also easy reading, which isn’t necessarily the same thing. The characters are strong, and the main ones are easily identifiable and very memorable.
There is only one thing…
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I am pleased to share with you this great book I read recently. My review and a Give away is available on my blogContinue
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A number of years ago I sat with my granddaughter, age 4 or 5, while we watched “Zootsuit” with that electrifying El Pachuco performance by Mr. Olmos. In fact the entire film was electrifying.
Pretty heavy stuff for a little kid, you may say, but I didn’t see any reason she couldn’t see the film. Since I was the babysitter, I had little choice. Either not watch, send her to bed, or let her watch. I’m easy.
We both sat entranced throughout the entire film, but at the end she…Continue
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Chris Karslen was born and raised in Chicago. Her father was a history professor and her mother was, and is, a voracious reader. She grew up with a love of history and books. Her parents also loved travelling, a passion they passed onto her. Karslen wanted to see the place she read about, see the landand monuments from the time…Continue
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Talented author Chris Karslen has written an action-packed adventure story set in exotic Turkey that will be relished by fans of underwater archaeology and lost treasures.Continue
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In ancient Gorgloth, Doelms war amongst the scorched ruins of their lost civilization. The crumbled remains of black nightstone buildings rise above the fields of bone and barren fields stained with centuries of old blood. The rivers run dry. The trees wither and die. The black ships have been long since broken on the shores. The Doelms squabble among the rocks for the fast dwindling resources and lost treasures of their ransacked kingdom. The chieftains led them to raid and pillage one…Continue
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Reviewed by:S. Marie Vernon, Pacific Book Review
Mortus - Book I of the Faenum Quest the adventure begins is a unique epic fantasy with high and dark fantasy elements. Author Dennis K. Hausker is realistic about the flawed and dark nature of society and allows this to come through in some of the characters he creates. But where great evil is found great…Continue
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What can be the most exciting way to spend your weekend? If this is the question in your mind, then the answer is Delhi and its NCR. Delhi and its adjacent region offer some amazing places for adventure activities during your weekend. The examples of this are Adventure Islands, World of Wonders, Splash Water Park, The Platinum Resort etc. These adventure islands are especially made by keeping in mind, all…Continue
Added by Sara Hasan on February 23, 2012 at 6:07am — No Comments
I have fallen in love with this book, and already miss its adventure. The writing style flows like water, painting pictures that seem to float off the page. The main characters are interesting and deeply drawn, serious issues are bridged, suspense is held, and the book unravels to a suitably satisfactory and less than expected end.
A wide spectrum of readers should be as affected as I am, from Young Adult to “Seen-it-All” Veterans of a thousand books. We see the story through the eyes…Continue
Added by Richard Bunning on February 10, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments
I was asked recently what differentiates me from other authors in the action and thriller genre of bestselling novels. It was tough to answer that in a few words, or even paragraphs. I’m sure there are responses that would make a pretty sound bite, or copy to promote me as an author. But that’s not me – a sound bite!
I decided to answer the question…Continue
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Vacation in India will be fantastic experience if one is planning to travel to the glorious country. India is traveled by almost millions of tourist every year from all over the earth. Holidays play an essential part in an individual's life. For that reason they should be designed with careful planning and research. Holidays helps to use valuable time with family members and friends. India has almost all the destinations according to an individual's preference. In India you…Continue
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Combine a love for rip-roaring adventure with care for the environment and you have a thoughtful and intriguing work, Tiptoe through Tasmania (ISBN: 978-0-9832791-0-5), written by an experienced author, Janice Anderson, who is as much into fostering a love for especially the endangered species on our planet as she is into getting youngsters enthralled by reading. The first in a series of Around the World Adventures, which is aimed at encouraging awareness of especially the most…Continue
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