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But why do only a few people leave them? When you’re trying to decide if that new book you’ve seen on Amazon is something you’d like to read, what’s something that helps you decide? The book reviews, right?
Time Killer by Todd Thiede on Amazon
After reading the first few pages of “Time Killer,” it was difficult to keep reading. The dialogue seems unnatural and the writing comes across as forced. I liked the concept of a serial killer getting even with people for wasting his time, so I stayed with it, and I’m glad I did. Read more
Dystopia by Janet McNulty
Dystopia by Janet McNulty on Amazon.com
Dana lives in a world that’s gone bad. Her life is handled by a totalitarian government that makes all of her decisions. Where she works, where she lives, and what she eats is decided for her. Dana is a caring, brave person and feels that things are not what they seem to be. Read more
Book Review of Everything Will Be Alright by Douglas Wallace
White Swans Blog Tour
Today I’d like you to meet Annamaria Bazzi. She’s written a new story called:
Left an orphan, Kendíka cries herself to sleep and startles awake in a Regency castle. Terror consumes her, and she attempts to escape only to discover the new world is her prison. Having no choice, she attends a ball given by her guardian, Lord Deverow, to introduce her into society. He admonishes her to follow the rules and promises to protect her from the wrath of the strange, hazy set of eyes spying on everything. But when she ignores his warning, Kendíka learns firsthand what it means to be disobedient.
Book Review of “Over The Rim” by Ripley Patton
Over the Rim by Ripley Patton is a YA Fantasy Novella first published in 2009 in Andromedia Spaceways Inflight Magazine issue #42. Nominated and short-listed for the Sir Julius Vogel Award for Best Novelette/Novella 2010. Read more
Using Magazines and Trailers to Boost Book Sales
Prize winning books and best sellers would catapult an author’s name to fame. Awards have a big reader drawing factor as the book is expected to be a good read. The same thing is true with best sellers. Readers have the tendency to pick books branded as best sellers as there is a certain surety that the book would have a superior literary quality. Readers have the common notion that money will not be wasted if best sellers are chosen. Not all authors are fortunate to bag awards. Not many authors can have best sellers. Read more
Wrong Place Wrong Time
Wrong Place Wrong Time
by David P Perlmutter
This is a true story about how being in the wrong place at the wrong time and making a few bad decisions can be disastrous. After an arrest for drunk driving, Dave loses his job along with the BMW that went with it. He decides to spend the summer in Spain, to re-evaluate his life.
Arriving in Spain, Dave gets a job right away. However, it quickly goes bad when one of his new co-workers thinks Dave is hitting on his girlfriend. After taking a beating, Dave moves on; even though he has only enough money left to last him a week or so, he decides not to worry about his financial situation and to party hard.
He spends all day on the beach working on his tan, and then all evening partying until sunrise. When his money runs out, the landlord of the hostel throws him out of his room with only his passport and the clothes on his back.
I won’t ruin the suspense by telling you what happens next, but suffice it to say, it will bring to mind some scenes from Midnight Express. This is an incredible adventure narrative, full of vivid descriptions and exciting plot twists. It’s a great read, even more so because it’s true!
This is David P. Perlmutter’s first story— I hope it’s not his last!
A Son of the Circus by John Irving
John Irving’s Dr. Farrokh Daruwalla was born in Bombay. Although he lived in Toronto he always felt the need to return to India every four or five years. He would probably keep returning to India as long as there were dwarfs in the circus that he could collect blood from for his research in genetics, which way why he was known affectionately as “the vampire.” Read more