Perfect for the 8-12 year old set, the book tells the story of Kandide, a spoiled nineteen year old fairy. Continue reading
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Indie author H.P. Mallory joins the realm of the traditionally published Continue reading →
Living the dream. All the time in the world, with enough money to do whatever you want (within reason). The ability to call the shots and follow your artistic vision.
Yes, all that sounds wonderful…
“I feel the way bank robbers must feel before they go out on that last job that ends up getting them all killed. That is to say, optimistic.” Continue reading →
Because it’s not only indie books that could sometimes use better editors. Continue reading →
Welcome to The Bad Girls Bookclub from Broomall, PA, our first participating group! Continue reading →
Norman Hartnell (1901-1979) was a uniquely British genius. For nearly sixty years he was a major personality in the world of fashion. Continue reading →
Documents Grendlin’s daily meanderings through modern-day Paris, a journey that’s mainly interesting to Grendlin. Continue reading →
If you love Liam, like to watch women who kick-ass and want to see how Aidan Quinn has aged, this is the movie for you. Continue reading →
Joe Del Priore’s Twilight People is a collection of forty flash fiction stories that suggest what you would have gotten if Michael Palin and Rod Serling had worked together. The spontaneity of Del Priore’s quick wit makes these pieces spark and crackle. Continue reading →
Kevin Cohen’s novel Fortunate One is a loud, broadly written, sometimes graphic but still intriguing story of the excesses of the Hollywood elite and the untold minions who work for them. Continue reading →
Worlds Apart, by Miriam Sobel, is an engrossing tale of an extended Jewish family, with two brothers in New York City and their sister, brother-in-law, and mother living in Poland. Continue reading →
The central protagonist of this potboiler tale is Laura Monroe, a rookie FBI agent from Chicago who was inspired to join the FBI to prevent a repeat of 9/11, which happened when she was a teenager. She witnesses the Willis Tower’s destruction from the windshield of her car and vows to bring the perpetrators to justice.
This just in from Publishers Lunch… In their third week of listing ebook bestsellers, the NYThas purged that self-published title…
Jane Schumacher, a political press secretary with a chip on her shoulder, left her isolated mountain town in upstate New York at the age of eighteen, vowing never to return. Yet return she does, twenty years later, asking for forgiveness. Why? Continue reading →
The year is 1898, the place, San Francisco, and Annie Fuller, a young widow whose husband killed himself after losing the couple’s fortune in the stock market, is trying to make a go of it by operating a boarding house she’s inherited from an elderly aunt. Continue reading →
I wish I had a dollar for every time I heard some geezery legendary author at a conference wheeze out…
Set in Prohibition-challenged 1923, Corinth, MO is turned upside down when two murders are discovered the same day. Continue reading →
Tangling with Tyrants provides field-tested, practical solutions drawn from actual scenarios in a variety of corporate settings. Continue reading →
A truly frightening story about mistaken identitiy that will keep you turning the pages. Here is a Kafka-esque experience that really happened. Continue reading →
In delving into the depths of human nature and rationality as few have before, A Secret of the Universe provides a new take on the battle between faith and skepticism for the post-9/11 world.
A behind-the-scenes glimpse into more than two dozen of decorator Carleton Varney’s best, most original, and never-before-published projects–including his own private residences.
In addition to recipes and secrets on making sensational salads, Camelot’s Kitchen offers 64 full-color pages of Camelot, an adorable bunny.
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A bold, yet sensitive story of three closely connected women living in the 1980’s and a dramatic testimony to the innate intelligence of all women who have the courage to look inward and walk forward.
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