The only book that I have contributed to from the pen of Eadie Allen, is Cover Me With Roses. I thought you might like to read a description of the story. I write imaginary stories, short stories of a romantic nature, and I am just beginning to dabble in crime fiction stories. One of my new projects is titled Bride's Last Kiss.
My profession is typist, proofreader, promoter, and now budding writer. I just began writing in late…Continue
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The trade paperback version of my short story collection, '21 Tales' is being released today.
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There are plenty of new novels coming at us as we get closer and closer to Christmas. I have made a list of the major novels coming out and also put up the covers so if you wish to pick them up all you need to do is click
away and have them zapped onto your Kindle or sent to your home. Here we go!!
*Lee Child-Worth Dying For John Grisham-…Continue
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Stephen Brayton is an editor at Echelon press. He is also their Short Story Marketing Director and has two novels pending publication. He explains how he got in that position and what it’s like to wear all those hats today on my blog, Another Writers Life- http://bit.ly/M6MdU
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Draculas is not your ordinary tale of a bloodsucker. The Draculas in this novel are nasty and billed as the kind that will crawl into your head and give you nightmares. The
novel is a collaboration of four different authors and it really works. One
might expect for it to be a hodge podge of words and thoughts but the plotline
is tight and the action, bloodletting and carnage is constant and moving. I am just starting to enjoy novels in this…
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Well, I looked and saw that it is # 24 among all historical mysteries. The release date is Oct. 28., and it has been selling for a while now.
This time, my book is a hardcover, and not particularly cheap, so I'm doubly flattered and encouraged. May it keep going!
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In this video clip I am talking to Tony Smith of Angel Radio about a unique event where I and four of my fellow international crime authors: Simon Brett, Graham Hurley, Peter Lovesey and June Hampson join police, CSI, forensic and fingerprinting experts in Crime and the City, CSI Portsmouth on Saturday 6 November at the John Pounds Centre, Portsmouth.
Fiction meets fact at this…Continue
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I am putting it out there in the first sentence; I think this is the best novel I have read this year. Yes, I am a big Mitch Rapp fan; I think anyone that has followed this blog knows I love the character as much as
I enjoy some of the big names out there today.
Vince Flynn just hits a grand slam as he uses American Assassin, a
prequel, to explain for us in tremendous detail, what makes Mitch Rapp so Mitch
Rapp. I loved every word…
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If you'd care for a horror break, you might like to listen to my critically acclaimed story,
Truth Hurts which can be heard in podcast.Continue
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Gay Fiction series, Mystery, Suspense, Thriller
Phaze Publishing,… Continue
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There have been many words bandied about trying to put those that are self- published in a bad light lately, and I for one am really surprised. Sugar Tower by Jessica Dee Rohm was a quarter finalists for the 2010
Amazon Breakthrough Novel of The Year and with good reason. Basically it is a
well written novel that grabbed me right away and made it very difficult for me
to put it down. Here is the synopsis of the novel : “The great real estate
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In anticipation of the imminent release of the SECOND EDITION of the collection NEW ORLEANS CONFIDENTIAL, featuring New Orleans Private-Eye Lucien Caye, O’Neil De Noux
offers an original, never before published short story set in 1948. “Tenderless Night” is available as a
Kindle story or a PDF from our web site:…
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I've got a new Turner Hahn/Frank Morales short story up and running over in Pulp Metal Magazine. Take a look and tell me what you think.
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