And in the immortal lyrics of Don McLean's American Pie: Can music save your mortal soul?
A Visit From the Goon Squad says yes it can. Visiting the present and the past and back again, this infuriating and lovely novel is about the ravages of time and how it affects a cast of characters whose lives…
Reviewed by: S. Marie Vernon, Hollywood Book Reviews
Meet Anael, a beautiful and super intelligent angel, who is bored stiff with the perfection of Heaven. After busting out of the good place, she heads straight to hell to find some excitement. Nicknamed “the-angel-that-was” by those she encounters, Anael is a not-so welcomed newcomer to some, while becoming quickly cherished by others. Possessing a scientific mind and photographic memory, it seems her greatest…
Jennifer Conner’s latest romantic suspense is a thrilling, steaming read that will be enjoyed by fans of the genre.
Handsome, sharp-witted, and smartass Devan Burke is a detective working for the LAPD. In the evenings, he likes to keep himself wired up by ordering double espressos from the Naughty Latte stand’s drive-through, especially because of the…
Today we are celebrating the release of two new TWCS books. A Banshee's Tale, by Veronica Breville, and Season of Love: A Holiday Romance Compilation. Books can be purchased directly from the TWCS website and ibooks. They will also be available soon on Amazon.
What goes around comes around in Hollywood - Jesse James splits with girl friend. What do Jennifer Lopez and Kim Kardashian have in common? Does Arnold leave Maria Shriver in the food stamp line? Amy Winehouse is still dead, but joins the 27 club? What is that you ask, come visit…
My three kids and I want to go in separate directions when we get to the library. Heading into the children's department is much like shopping with my wife's family on the day after Thanksgiving -- "And they're off!" My oldest son heads to the computers, my youngest son heads for the nearest shelf to see how many books he can remove, and I start to locate the books on my list for the next birthday celebration. By the time my library bag is half full of books, I have lost track of my daughter… Continue
I’m embarrassed to admit that while I was driving the other day, I actually found myself pondering whether Tony Stark gets uncomfortable in that Iron Man suit. I would become much too claustrophobic, being encased in a metal super-weapon. It sure would be a lot of fun flying around in that thing, though.…
http://madameperryssalon.blogspot.com We all remember the heartbreaking story of little Caylee Anthony, the three-year-old who was missing from her Florida home, and whose mother Casey was charged with her murder. Author Diane Fanning did the excellent research she is known for, and writes about it in her book, MOMMY'S LITTLE GIRL. Author Aura Imbarus, who is also a member here at the bookblogs.ning, is my co-interviewer. Please visit… Continue
I think you can tell a lot about someone by the things they possess. Sometimes it's what's in an athletes locker, sometimes it's what's in a woman's purse. I'm not sure you can tell who I am through my books but I think they are important part of who I am. These 250+ things that take an overwhelmingly large part of my limited space and may have left me with less money than I would have now, and they may jeopardize my house hunting abilities (I will not live in a house that doesn't have atleast… Continue
Added by Carrie on February 18, 2010 at 2:00am —
Chapter One Tuesday 23:00 Hours The cold Monterey Bay quickly surrounded her petite body as she eased herself further into its icy grip. She unconsciously took a deep cleansing breath and slowly let out an exhalation.
Fog deftly floated across the boat harbor at Gulls Landing, and then headed…
Who remembers growing up on games that were inserted into your family’s Atari 2600 or Commodore 64? In those early days of video games that magically appeared on your television, we were amazed by the simple pixel animation of those ever-quickening Space Invaders! There was also the tense game of… Continue
We have all heard of instances in which women fall in love with prisoners through the exchange of letters, or sometimes simply through nothing more than media coverage, and actually marry the criminals inside the walls of the jail. There is also the occurrence of… Continue
Outskirts Press - Self Publishing News
October 31, 2009
Outskirts Press, the fastest-growing full-service self-publishing and book marketing company wishes you a Happy Halloween by shining the… moonlight… on these spooky tales. They are certain to chill your spine and raise the hairs on your neck.
My book Compulsion focuses on some of the most violent crimes that take place in our society, like murder, rape, and pedophilia, and the evidence that is needed to capture the perpetrators. Emily Stone is a freelance detective who shows great… Continue