Check out this review of The Peat Dead by Allan Martin from this post on Christoph Fischer's blog.
Check out this review of The Rooster Bar by John Grisham as featured in this post from Michael Turashoff’s blog.
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
A good story, but I have to say, not the best Grisham novel I’ve ever read thus the lower than the normal rating for him. The book had some of his dry humor and suspense. However, I’m not sure it would be the first book of his I would recommend. He has written so many others that are far better.
Check out this post from my author blog.
Want to Turn Your Comic Book Idea Into a Million-Dollar Business? Here’s the First Step
Comic books are kind of a big deal these days. Total revenue for the comic book publishing industry in 2018was estimated to be $865 million, and that’s not counting peripheral sources of income from merchandise, or high-profile movie deals. I probably don’t even need to tell you thathalf of the top 10 grossing films of 2018were based on comic books, and 2019 is already on the same track for comic-related film popularity (with no real end in sight).
That said, the average comic book fan or aspiring artist may not have much faith that their nerdy pastime could be worth millions of dollars. After all, it’s challenging breaking into an already-saturated industry, especially if you don’t have much experience. But if you think about your hobby as a business, and…
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Check out this review of the book, The Unveiling, by Camille A Frazer, from this post on The PBS Blog
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Check out what’s new on the shelves of Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore from this post on Sally Cronin’s blog.
Congratulations to Deborah Jay on the upcoming release of the next book The Prince’s Protégé: The Five Kingdoms: Book Three due out on March 29th.. and on special offer at $3.95/£2.99.
About the book
Following on from The Prince’s Son, continue reading the gripping Five Kingdoms fantasy adventure…
In the aftermath of the devastating coup, King Marten strives to rebuild his subjects’ confidence in the throne, but not all his councillors believe the young monarch is ready to rule alone. An assassin’s stalking him, his closest advisor has been murdered, and rumours have surfaced that the malicious god’s cult is reborn.
As Marten grapples with a dark, personal secret, who can he trust?
Meanwhile, fledgling spy, Lady Betha, successfully infiltrates a conspiracy. However, getting back out alive with information vital to the king’s survival may prove beyond her capabilities.
And as Rustam and Risada search for Risada’s kidnapped son…
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Check out this Review of Three Twisted Stories: Go Deep, Necessary Women, Remmy Rothstein Toes the Line by Karin Slaughter from this post on Michael Turashoff’s blog.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
What a great book! Three great short stories! This is the best mix of short stories I’ve read in a long time, Hilarious, Creepy, Twisted it’s all here folks all in a great package. What a page swiper. I highly recommend this one to anyone who wants to be thoroughly entertained.
If you know me at all I’m very stingy with my stars, so for me to give a book 5 stars you know I thought very highly of it. My hat goes off to Mrs. Slaughter I love your writing.
Check out this post from The Quiet Knitter Blog Celebrating Indie Publishing with Dan Proops & Urban eBooks
I’m thrilled to welcome you to a special Indie Publishing Friday , today I have two fantastic books that I want to share with you. Two vastly different books, but two brilliant ones.
I’ve also got a great Q&A with one of the authors to share.
The book in this post is A Letter From Sarah by Dan Proops. It was published by Urbane Publications on 7th March and is available from Waterstones, Amazon etc.
- Title: A Letter From Sarah
- Author: Dan Proops
- Publisher: Urbane Publications
- Publication Date: 7th March 2019
Early copy received from publisher for review purposes.
Adam’s sister, Sarah, has been missing for seven years, but he hasn’t given up hope of finding her. He is a sculptor and lives with his bedridden father who is a bully and a curmudgeon.
One morning, as the anniversary of Sarah’s disappearance nears, Adam receives a letter from her…
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