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Mugabe Drives Rihanna (sorry Zim) Crazy by Nduka Onwuegbute
Nduka muses on Fenty's lyrics and Mugabe's reluctance to see through a supposed fair election defeat....
My Half of tomorrow by: John L. Dunegan by Nicole Sorkin
My Half of Tomorrow offers a refreshing, believable and different twist to time travel. Without the tired image of a person walking into a time...
My Imaginary Friends by Mary Martin
I'm writing a series of articles entitled "My Imaginary Friends' in which I'd like to explore ideas about writing with you. Being a lawyer, I've often...
My Magnum Opus - by Arifa Khan - Publishing Offers Welcome by Arifa Khan
Fiction set in a quaint little Indian town - based on true life story of the author...
MY OPINION by Brion Ofrika Bey
Brian's thoughts on what could be true....
My second novel, Emancipation, after the first, The Tailor's Needle by Lakshmi Sharma
Emancipation is now with my UK literary agent...
Narrow Lives by Tyler R. Tichelaar: Book Review by Irene Watson
Lysander Blackmore is someone everyone knows, and yet no one really knows him. People suffer from his actions, but they cannot understand what motivat...
Hot Spankin' New Novel Sizzles (June 17, 2005)Email to a friend | Print Friendly Warwick, NY - Black author, L. Guy Burton sees promising publ...
New Novel by Aaron Shigley by aaron shigley
Aaron Shigley hashes out ideas for testosterone driven novel. *Rated R for excessive violence & language....
New Review by Jen Knox
Wow, it is hard to sell a short story collection....
New Review for Turning Idolater by Edward Patterson
Nicholas Nickleby by John Howard Reid
An extract from just one of the over 200 movies detailed and discussed in the book, "AMERICA'S BEST, BRITAIN'S FINEST: A Survey of Mixed Movies" by ...
No Glass House" by Lydia Phillips: Book Review by Irene Watson
Drama, suspense, comedy, romance and truth all rolled up into this book of relationships: Marriages on the rocks, wealthy, professional men that allow...
No Mad by Sam Moffie: Book Review by Irene Watson
Racing home to share news of a long awaited book deal, Aaron Abrams unexpectedly finds his wife and beloved brother together. Tossing a few mentionabl...
No Man’s Meat by Morley Callaghan by Mary Martin
I've been interested for a long time in the use of images in writing. Sometimes, some of the classic writers can provide help. ...
No Matter What by Jordana Ryan: Book Review by Irene Watson
Haunted by her involvement in her parents' death at the age of ten, Cassandra has never been confident in the love that others felt for her; not even ...
Novel Ideas by Dianne Harman
There's ideas for novels in every moment....
Of Words & Music by Lynda Fitzgerald: Book Review by Irene Watson
"Of Words & Music" is a story of a family's love, loss, and renewal. Lynda Fitzgerald skillfully weaves the lives of three generations of women toget...
If you're thinking of travelling over the holidays, think about this, if you're a writer....
One Last Dance by Mardo Williams: Book Review by Irene Watson
Author Mardo Williams began writing "One Last Dance: It's Never Too Late to Fall in Love," at the age of 92, after discovering first-hand the difficul...
Pacific Book Review by T. William Phillips
T. William Phillips is by all accounts destined to become renown in our day as a contemporary literary force and an inspiration to all writers. ...
Paige is a rock star! by Seann Vinyasa-Billson
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Peace: August 3, 1949; Becoming extract by Mark Lichterman
Mesmerized by the all-enveloping beauty, the totality of what he felt, saw and sensed seemed too beautiful to be real and Mitchell felt as though he w...
PIF Magazine Interview on Apologies Forthcoming by Xujun Eberlein
A fun interview...
Pits of Hell by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
A Poetry Recite I Did For The Gothic Literature Room at CTI. Happy Halloween :)...
Play God! Give Your Characters Zing! by Carol Kluz
Mold that character, then sit down and interview him. Avoid the usual sterotyping and give him or her a unique quirk....
Poetic Insights for Fiction Writers by Tina Forkner
My effort to keep the act of writing pure during my journey as a contracted novelist has led me back to poetry....
Prologue: Becoming by Mark Lichterman
Crossing paths, the fog‑cast, green eyes of the old man made contact with the clear, green eyes of the little boy and held for the seconds it to...
Random Thoughts Of A Writer by Guy Hogan
Publication / Blogging / Pittsburgh / Flash Fiction...
Random Thoughts Of A Writer #2 by Guy Hogan
Short Stories About Pittsburgh...
ReaderViews Review by T. William Phillips
I found myself flying through the pages of this book as the author provided just the right amount of description to let the story come to life before ...
ReBecoming: The Way of Opportunity by J. R. Maxon: Book Review by Irene Watson
In the novel, "ReBecoming: The Way of Opportunity" is defined as "The personal process of continuous change facilitated by an individual's desire and ...
Recensione by Carmelo Fasolo
RECENSIONE DI UNA SERA LA LUNA A cura di Maria Fina Ingaliso La solitudine, riflesso di esistenza, col suo enorme peso è l...
Restless by William Boyd by Philip Spires
William Boyd's Restless is set in World War Two espionage circles. He deals with bigger issues than mere spying, however. ...
Restless Heart: A Novel - By, T. William Phillips by Nicole Sorkin
His Restless Heart beat to a rhythm of its own....
Return to the Desert by Dr. Jerry Burgener: Book Review by Irene Watson
In "Return to the Desert," author Jerry Burgener continues studying the spiritual lessons provided by his American Indian spirit guide, Tom, as he chr...
Return to the Desert by Dr. Jerry Burgener: Book Review by Irene Watson
Both of Dr. Jerry Burgener’s books, "Desert Journey" and its new sequel "Return to the Desert," are fictional, but largely autobiographical, portrayal...
Review of "Memories of a Forgotten Past" by Anne Lebrecht
Review of "Memories of a Forgotten Past"...
Review of A Trial of One by Mary Martin
I am very pleased that the reviewer Sabrina has taken the time to read the entire trilogy. ...
Review of A Trial of One by Mary Martin
Take a look at this review, by Front Street Reviews, of the third book in The Osgoode Trilogy, A Trial of One, preceded by COnduct in Question and Fin...
Review Of Compressionism: The Pittsburgh Stories by Guy Hogan
This review appeared in the November 10, 2005 issue of the Pittsburgh City Paper....
Review of FIRST DEGREE by David Rosenfelt by Christy French
FIRST DEGREE by David Rosenfelt Warner Books 1271 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10020 ISBN: 978-04465...
Review of Hark! by Ed McBain by Christy French
HARK! by Ed McBain Simon & Schuster 1230 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10020 ISBN 0-7432-5035-4 Hardback, 294 pages, $24...
Review of The Tailor's Needle by Lakshmi Sharma
Bhanumati Mishra's Review published a few days ago in MUSE INDIA...
Romance at Heart Review of The Third Son by T Vance
"The Third Son by T. L. Vance is a spellbinding tale that has many twists and turns. Get a copy today, you won’t be disappointed." - Romance at Heart...
Romance Genre by Karen Michelle Nutt
What Makes a Romance Novel? ...
Rue de la Pompe: A Satiric Urban Fantasy by James Earle McCracken: Review by Irene Watson
Celebrating his thirtieth birthday alone in Paris, American businessman Michael Whyte realizes it is entirely possible to live an unglamorous life in ...
Sacred Wisdom by Helga Schroder: Book Review by Irene Watson
In a culture that worships the shallow and external, Helga Schroder provides a refreshing reminder to look inside and re-evaluate what is truly import...
Sadly Ever After: Three Books to Tear Into by Frank Mundo
I was a guest blogger at The Journal of Cultural Conversation. Here's my post....
Saffron Dreams by Shaila Abdullah: Book Review by Irene Watson
"Saffron Dreams" captures a pivotal time in American history and details the immigrant experience of its main character; the novel is as American a st...
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Iron Assed and Oil Field Trash
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An honest and sometimes amusing account of how an LSU football player walked away from a promising athletic career to become part of an elite group, Oil Field Trash...  
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Victimes de la tyrannie des instincts
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Tandis que les gens de bonne volonté et les amants de la vérité et de la connaissance font reculer les bonnes de l’inconnu et versent du baume aux cœurs, beaucoup de méch..  
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