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Top 5 Christmas Books of All Time

By |December 11th, 2013|

Top 5 Christmas Books of All Time

 

Ho, Ho, Ho! It’s that time of the year again! Amongst the cheer and celebration I want to highlight some Christmas books that are favorites of many readers.

I’m an avid reader and enjoy many types of books. During Christmas time I like to get in the holiday spirit by […]

Dead Bodies…No Fun!

By |October 8th, 2013|

Dead Bodies…No Fun! This article is by author and retired ATF Special Agent Mark Rusin

 

Since I was a young, rookie cop in Las Vegas, dead bodies have always bothered me.    Not so much the elderly who pass due to natural causes.  Those people (although still sad to see) are expected to pass on. 

 

However, the younger the victim the more I […]

Death, Love and Life

By |June 17th, 2013|

Death, Love and Life
 

Death, Love and Life. This article is by contemporary romance author Rakesh Ranjan. His book, Requiem deals with the topics of death, love and life.

The concepts of Death, Love and Life are fundamental to understand the existence of everyone, to fathom what drives people and to comprehend the way one should choose […]

Facebook Q&A with YA Horror,Romance Writer Georgina Hannan

By |June 8th, 2013|

Facebook Q&A with YA Horror, Romance Writer Georgina Hannan, Mon. June 10

I’m so excited to be hosting a Facebook Q &A for writer Georgina Hannan! She will answer questions from fans and discuss her book, Cursed, available via Amazon in the UK, Smashwords, and other book sites.  

Georgina will giveaway 6 eBooks to some lucky […]

The Reality of Magic

By |May 31st, 2013|

The Reality of Magic

The Reality of Magic. This guest post comes from author, Dr. G. Michael Vasey. He is the author of more than 200 articles and several books in the energy & Commodities industry, two books of poetry, and several books about magic and our ability to shape our reality.

What is Magic?

 

The word ‘magic’ […]

Experience in Writing Short Stories and Novels

By |May 10th, 2013|

Experience in Writing Short Stories and Novels. This post comes from mystery author Jan Christensen. She’s a writer that has experience in writing shorts stories and novels.

 

When I first made a firm decision to become a  writer, I decided that writing short stories could teach me a lot about how to make up a good […]

5 Tips for Parents Raising a Child With a Learning Disability

By |May 3rd, 2013|

5 Tips for Parents Raising a Child With a Learning Disability
By The Watchman, Author Matt Langford
 

5 Tips for Parents Raising a Child With a Learning Difficulty. This is a great guest post from Matt Langford. His book, The Watchman, is about a young man with a learning disability. Matt knows about this subject well since […]

5 Most Expected Books in 2013

By |April 18th, 2013|

5 Most Expected Books in 2013. All you book lovers out there are in for a big treat, as 2013 brings before you a hoard of interesting books to read. Be it romance, action, or fiction, 2013 has books in store for book lovers of all genres. Here is a list of the top 5 books […]

Interview With Author Kathleen Morris

By |February 27th, 2013|

Interview With Author Kathleen Morris

Check out my interview with author Kathleen Morris. She is a Christian suspense writer who has written several books. Her newest book is Short End of the Stick.

 

1.When did you start writing? I started writing probably about fifteen years ago when my youngest was three. I wrote for a small town newspaper […]

Interview With Author Jessica Kong

By |February 20th, 2013|

 Interview With Author Jessica Kong

Check out this interview with author Jessica King. A Lost Kitten is Jessica’s debut paranormal romance novel.

When did you know you wanted to be a writer? I began to dabble in the art of writing during High School.  I was a fan of the then popular singing boy group and created short […]