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Just listened to the Indigo Girls' new CD "Happy Holly Days" and I have to say it was pretty good. This is coming from someone of course who isn't a big fan of Christmas music. If the Indigo Girls put out a CD there is no way that I can pass it up. The girls have been a huge inspiration ever since I first heard them in Peni Lotoza's car after we got out of work at Terror on Church Street back in '93. 'Blood and Fire' was the first song I had ever heard and though many had…Continue
Added by Tracy L. Conway on December 3, 2010 at 12:04am — No Comments
Fraterfamilias is back in print, in paperback and ebook form, and we're doing an early bird promotion for it. If you order before December 15 (Print books ship starting
December 6), you can get either format for 40% off the cover price.
For more information, go here:
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I just need to get this out from the start: I loved this novel, seriously, loved it! This will definitely be in my top five reads of the year, not the quarter, the year. Synopsis first then let the love fest begin:
“When Washington D.C. police detective Ryan Kessler is targeted by Henry Loving, he and his family are immediately put under government protection. Loving is a ruthless "lifter", hired to
extract information from his victims,…
Added by Giovanni Gelati on December 2, 2010 at 2:13pm — No Comments
I didn't realize it when I was growing up in gold country, but I was walking in the footsteps of America's best-loved adventure writer. Over the years our paths have crossed many times. I feel a special connection to a man I never met, but whose actions and deeds inspire me still. I think you will be too!
Complete story featured at…Continue
Added by Linda Ballou on December 2, 2010 at 11:57am — No Comments
If you are intersted I can send you the invite.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm not asking you for anything!
We all need each other as authors and this is a joint collaboration effort to maximze our efforts.
For more info on myself and on my book: www.ladonnamsmith.com. Info about the tour is not available on this website only once I…Continue
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Okay, today I completed an online application for the Western Australian Premier's Book Award, and I'll have to send five copies of 'Abernethy' to the judging panel. They don't return the books. What a rort! Be great if 'Abernethy' got an award, but I won't even know until June 2011.
Just watched a new Australian television series about a criminal barrister in Sydney. I worked in that very industry in that very city for a long time before my tree change. Not sure whether it's…Continue
Added by Simone Clare Bailey on December 2, 2010 at 4:07am — No Comments
Seriously power packed day here @ Gelati’s Scoop. I have another page turner here but it is of the virtual pages that I speak this time: Jodi Langston and her novel Nature of The Beast. I want to get right the particulars
of the novel so as not to waste any more time or virtual ink:
“When the doors open at the Star Light Casino in Brody, Minnesota, a serial killer turns it into his hunting ground. The challenge of two unsolved murders and…Continue
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I talked with J.D. Holiday about her latest book, “The Great Snowball Escapade” and what she considered the basic ingredients of a good story. We all know the things that keep you reading until the last page of course, but what are those things and are they the same things in…Continue
Amy Inspired is truly an engaging and challenging novel. Where do you sit on the questions that she poses? This is after all a romance novel, one injected with humor, humanity, and the human condition. Here is the
synopsis so maybe you can catch a little flavor of what is in the pages: ”Amy
Gallagher is an aspiring writer who, after countless rejections, has settled
for a career as an English professor in small-town Ohio just to pay the bills.
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Linda Faulker's blog features a tongue-in-cheek article written by me. Daytime TV: A Valuable Addition to your Writer's Toolbox is being published in 3 parts. Part 1: 11/29. part 2: 12/1 and part 3, 12/3. Go here to read it:
Added by Hank Quense on December 1, 2010 at 6:19am — No Comments
I didn’t know that this was a repackaged version of her 2003 novel. Previous to getting this, I didn’t know much about her, so please excuse me for featuring something old as new. Nonetheless, there are some novels that
stand the test of time, and love, relationships, and broken hearts and seem as
timeless as a Frankie Vallie single. Here is what is going on in the novel,
check it out:
“Running from terrors both recent and…Continue
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