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The Age of Self Publishing
Up until recently I didn’t think I was old enough to really say, “back in the day”, but apparently at a ripe 31 years old, I am. Back in my day, cell phones were a luxury and pagers were the sign of the times. Back in
my day, there was no Facebook or Myspace. Back in my day, all of our books were
hardcover or paperback.
I look around me now and…Continue
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It is Monday and today we have a new list of novels for you as they keep pumping them out in hopes we purchase them or download these bad boys to our Kindles, Nooks, and all other ereaders
out on the market. Without further ado let’s get right to the new novels being
released this week:
-Partricia Cornwell- Port Mortuary
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Happy Monday to all!! We are starting off the week with a huge novel, Lee Childs Worth Dying For. I really enjoyed the spirited discussion’s that some of us had after I posted the Lee Child discusses Jack
Reacher vs. Joe Pike you tube video. Excuse my surprise and dismay as so many
of you immediately jumped into the Joe Pike camp, for shame. My question is,
why just limit the question to Joe Pike? Why isn’t anyone mentioning Mitch
Rapp? I think the list…
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As my first entry, let me begin with a challenge: For all you Sherlock Holmes, how would you solve, or in any way bring to justice, the crimes committed by the protagonist, Ron Sheffield, in my recently released novel, OF GOOD AND EVIL (http://www.authorgeraldgriffin.com)? I challenge that you couldn't! But try. Let me know how you would. Ron's clear crimes are unsolvable. And more fascinating, would you want to solve them even if you…Continue
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My book signing at Borders in Manassas was short but sweet, both because I sold out of books an hour before the scheduled end time. Lots of Virginia readers will get Hannibal Jones novels for Christmas this year.
The follow-up event at Baltimore Washington International Airport was also fun, and informative. One traveler told me he was very glad to meet me because he encountered my novels at work. He said that he taught remedial reading at a Tennessee prison and that my books were…
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It was a bitterly cold day in Portsmouth on the south coast of England on Saturday 27 November where I was signing copies of my marine mystery crime and thriller novels and talking to customers at the local Waterstones in the city centre. My Inspector Andy Horton police procedural crime novels are set in the city of Portsmouth, the Solent and the nearby Isle…Continue
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Hello again! I hope that all of you had a great Thanksgiving with your families and are looking forward to a very nice Christmas season. We have made some changes recently here @ Gelati’s Scoop and I just wanted to take
a moment out of the day and explain the whys and what nots to you if you don’t
mind. The reasoning I have is very simple: I really don’t have a choice in the
simple category; it is just who I am.
I think that as…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on November 29, 2010 at 10:43pm — No Comments
KILLER INSTINCT will go to press in two weeks. I've posted the final cover. I'm really happy with how this book turned out.
My short story BREAKFAST WITH TIFFANY is in the holiday anthology WHY DID SANTA LEAVE A BODY? from North Star Press, which has been out for two months.
My short story BOO! will appear in Anne Frasier's Halloween mystery anthology DEADLY TREATS coming out in September 2011 by Nodin Press.
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Sometimes you just have to break away. You leave behind family, friends and career to pursue your passion. And it often turns out that what you left behind is what shapes your future. Scranton resident, R.J. McDonnell can attest to
McDonnell is this year's winner of the Premiere Book Awards "Novel of the Year" in the Mystery/Thriller category for "Rock & Roll Rip-Off," the second novel in his Rock & Roll Mystery Series. He is
also the creator of a unique…
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