It's Short Story Sunday on Rachel Poli's blog. Check out Part 2 of her tale, Number One Suspect, as part of her Mystery Month series from this post on her blog.
Check out this five star review for the book, Circumstances of Childhood, by John Howell fro this post on Robbie’s Inspiration Blog. This is a must read.
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When a former pro football star and broadcaster, now a Wall Street maven is accused of insider trading, will he be able to prove his innocence and expose those who are guilty?
Greg and his boyhood pal dreamed of big success in professional football and then later in business. Greg was the only one to live the dream. Now the founder of an investment fund Greg is faced with a routine audit finding by the SEC. The audit points to irregularities and all the tracks lead to Greg. The justice department hits him with an indictment of 23 counts of fraud, money laundering, and insider trading. His firm goes bust, and Greg is on his own.
His best friend knows he is innocent but has been ordered under penalty of eternal damnation not to help.
If you enjoy stories of riches to rags, redemption, brotherly love, and…
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Check out this cover reveal for Joleene Naylor’s book, Children of Shadows, from this post on her blog.
Ume got to keep her spot on Children of Shadows! How could I resist getting to see her in the flesh? Now, the real question: Who do you think will be on the next cover?
What do you think? Like it? Love it? Hate it? Want an autographed paperback copy? If so message me, otherwise leave your thoughts in the comments!
(It may take a few days for all retailers to update the listing with the new cover, so if you don’t see it yet, it’s coming!)
The new Collector’s cover will appear in August, so you have until then to grab the old collector version where Ume is hand drawn.
Check out this interesting post from the Legends of Windemere blog on the concept of future heroes visiting current ones
Cover Art by Jason Pedersen
When I wrote The Mercenary Prince, I didn’t know exactly what I was doing. It was one of two books that I added at the last minute because I realized Delvin Cunningham never had a chance to shine on his own. Somewhere during the outlining stage, I decided to have him go toe-to-toe with Dawn Fangs. This would be the first time I used them in more than a background or hired enemy way. It didn’t sit well with me since it turned them into standard monsters or villains, which I realized would do harm to the War of Nytefall series. What was I to do?
Well, I remember seeing a trick with television shows when the creators wanted to make a spin-off. In a later season, they would make an episode that focuses on the new characters and stories. Believe this is called…
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Check out the conclusion of Artie Meets the Alchemist from this post on Teagan’s Books blog.
Saturday, May 12, 2018
You caught me reading another great book. This week, you’ve caught me reading one of my favorites by Sally Georgina Cronin — Just an Odd Job Girl.
Now back to the 2018 Get Caught Reading mini-series…
Previously in Artie Meets the Alchemist…
Artie was testing how fast his motor cycle/time machine could go down Route 66. Meanwhile Cornelis Drebbel was taking his road locomotive down to investigate, because the civilization alarm in the alchemist’s dirigible went…
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Check out these additions to Sally's Cafe and Bookstore from this post on the Smorgasbord Invitation blog.
Check out this review of the book Twenty Years After I Do, by D.G. Kaye from this post on the Smorgasbord Invitation blog.
If you are a frequent visitor to the blog you will have seen D.G. Kaye… Debby Gies here many times as a contributor, commenter and supporter. It is no secret that we are friends. This however, does not influence my views on her books, and this applies to her most recent release. Twenty Years: After “I Do” : Reflections on Love and Changes Through Aging.
In this personal accounting, D.G. Kaye shares the insights and wisdom she has accrued through twenty years of keeping her marriage strong and thriving despite the everyday changes and challenges of aging. Kaye reveals how a little creative planning, acceptance, and unconditional love can create a bond no obstacle will break. Kaye’s stories are informative, inspiring, and a testament to love eclipsing all when two people understand, respect, and honor their vows. She adds that a…
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