All Blog Posts Tagged 'thomas' (13)

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Added by Cecile Sune on August 4, 2015 at 3:03pm — No Comments

Way Out by Arthur Thomas Morton

This is the true story of Eugene Uttley as he contends with schizophrenia. At first, all seems well: after graduating from university with a B.A. in English, Eugene starts working as a teacher. He sometimes struggles in his relationships but nothing is obviously wrong with him. After a while, he…


Added by Cecile Sune on October 17, 2014 at 1:19pm — No Comments

New Book Cover!

Instant Attraction comes out March 2013...look what I just got! 

Added by Tory Richards on November 8, 2012 at 3:39pm — No Comments

Just Released!…


Added by Tory Richards on August 1, 2012 at 10:13pm — No Comments

Like James Bond? You'll Love The Spy Who Jumped Off the Screen

How could I resist a title like The Spy Who Jumped Off the Screen by Thomas Caplan, especially when it’s got an introduction written by President Bill Clinton? Of course I couldn’t, and I’m really glad I didn’t. There’s a reason I kept humming the 007 theme under my…


Added by Mk - on January 20, 2012 at 1:25pm — No Comments

One Week

That's right, in one week I will be at the Carolina Renaissance Festival in Charlotte, NC!

October 14th & 15th, I will be appearing alongside Kalayna PriceKendra Thomas, … Continue

Added by Mark Miller on October 8, 2011 at 11:02am — No Comments

The Revisionists: If You Could Change the Past, Would You?

I’m fascinated by the whole concept of time travel, and the ramifications it could have on history and the future, so when I saw the publisher’s short blurb about The Revisionists, a new thriller by Thomas Mullen, I really wanted to read it. This is a very different way of looking at time travel than I had expected. What if bureaucracy were in charge of time travel? What if their purpose in traveling back through time was to ensure historical events took place so…


Added by Mk - on September 29, 2011 at 12:08pm — No Comments

Wife Selling !

The latest post on my blog looks at wife selling...only dont worry...I am writing about the 18th century! But still, it does raise the question of if you were going to exchange your partner, what would be a fair trade?

'In 1553, clergyman Thomas Snowdell sold his wife to a butcher. After a decree by Queen Mary I, that any clergy who married during the brief period of Protestantism during the preceding reign, would be put out of their living, it…


Added by Grace Elliot on March 16, 2011 at 5:11pm — No Comments

An Apple For Zoë by Thomas Amo ON SALE $0.99 TILL MARCH 31

eks An Apple For Zoë will be on sale for $0.99!!! Normally $2.99 

All Amazon Reviews are 5 star! 

Here are just a few things people are saying about this book! 

1.An Apple for Zoe is about as close to that rollercoaster ride as you can get while sitting in a comfy chair. 

2. The twists and turns in the book are awesome, unexpected, and sometimes just jaw dropping. 

3. The action is incredible 

and held me captive. 

4.f you're looking for a… Continue

Added by Thomas Amo on March 15, 2011 at 9:51pm — No Comments

Free is Good!

As my editor always says, 'Free is good'. Well starting today until March 31st, GoodReads is giving away a paperback version of "An Apple For Zoë" and yes I will be autographing it. Also on my official Facebook page I am hosting a different type of giveaway. It's for my Kindle readers who already bought a copy of AAFZ. 




Added by Thomas Amo on March 2, 2011 at 2:07pm — No Comments

An Apple For Zoë by Thomas Amo NOW AVAILABLE

After two weeks after its publication to Amazon Kindle, book one of my trilogy, "An Apple For Zoë" is already seeing some nice sales and even nicer reviews.  Briefly here is the books blurb on the back cover.


The City of San Francisco is locked…


Added by Thomas Amo on March 1, 2011 at 10:25pm — No Comments

[ Updates from Would You Like Tea? ♥ ]

Just wanted to share two reviews currently hosted at my blog.

Thomas E. Sniegoski’s The Fallen, Volume 1 (Books 1-2)

TGIF Friday book review posted last July 23, 2010

I love getting book recommendations from friends because they bring stories I wouldn’t have…


Added by Noelle Pico on August 1, 2010 at 11:56pm — No Comments

Care of the Soul by Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore, influenced heavily by Carl Gustav Jung, and a contemporary of the archetypal psychology school that sprung from Jung's pshyoanalytical movement, puts on quite a breathless show here with this wonderful book.

Moore's thesis is that the soul, as Jung said, should be considered polytheistic, answering to many different archetypes, rather than being One Big Thing cobbled together from the Many. The archetypes include the Father, the Mother, the Puer Aeterna (eternal child)… Continue

Added by Kevin Fuller on March 22, 2010 at 5:30pm — No Comments

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