Giveaway & Book Review: Maggie’s Wars by Phil Pisani

I did enjoy the premise of the story, which seemed to be edited heav­ily to the point where char­ac­ter devel­op­ment took a sec­ond seat to length. A quick, quirky read with a noir feel about a feisty lady and a sol­dier, both try­ing to make a dif­fer­ence out of place.

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Kiva Loans — Repaid

We've received a total of $12.47 in repay­ments this August. Loan repay­ments in the amount of $12.02 were made on a por­tion of a loan pur­chased with pro­mo­tional credit, so this amount was returned to the pro­mo­tional account. Click here to donate your­self Funded on Aug 5, 2013 Shonali United States  |  Food Production/Sales You Loaned: […]

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Review: Comics on Kndle Fire HDX

I enjoyed read­ing the comic book on an eReader very much, some­thing I didn't think would.

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Giveaway: Deadly Errors by Allen Wyler

Thriller Explores Biggest Med­ical Night­mare: Deadly Patient-Care Errors  Enter via the Raf­fle­copter form below "A thriller that only a doc­tor could have writ­ten. Wyler's sense of the worlds of the hos­pi­tal and oper­at­ing room are unsur­passed. You'll feel as if you are right there." –Michael Palmer, New York Times best­selling author of Mir­a­cle Cure and The Sisterhood […]

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Twitter Update for Week Ending 16 August, 2014

Some­thing has hap­pened the past month, I don't know what but my traf­fic has dropped sig­nif­i­cantly. I am get­ting tons of SPAM com­ments though. I'm diag­nos­ing what's going on with Google web­mas­ter tools but it's been a frus­trat­ing jour­ney, as I worked hard to build traf­fic and all of the sud­den to see this sudden […]

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Fun Facts Friday: Walter Scott

After Scott read Lord Byron’s poetry he fig­ured he’ll never be as good, so he sim­ply stopped writ­ing poems.

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Book Review: The Frozen Rabbi by Steve Stern

Bernie Karp, a 15 year old couch potato, son to a suc­cess­ful busi­ness­man in Mem­phis, TN acci­den­tally stum­bles upon a froze rabbi in the basement's freezer. When asked, Bernie's father explains that: ". “Some peo­ple got taxi­der­mied pets in the attic, we got a frozen rabbi in the base­ment. It’s a fam­ily tradition."

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Guest Post: Top Five Video Games Based on Books

An assump­tive mind would pre­sume the con­ver­sion from video game to book, is likely to be the more inter­est­ing adap­ta­tion, as the video games plot lays the foun­da­tion, leav­ing the author to fill in the prover­bial gaps.

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Giveaway & Book Review: Maggie’s Wars by Phil Pisani

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I did enjoy the premise of the story, which seemed to be edited heav­ily to the point where char­ac­ter devel­op­ment took a sec­ond seat to length. A quick, quirky read with a noir feel about a feisty lady and a sol­dier, both try­ing to make a dif­fer­ence out of place.

Kiva Loans — Repaid

Kiva Loans — Repaid

We've received a total of $12.47 in repay­ments this August. Loan repay­ments in the amount of $12.02 were made on a por­tion of a loan pur­chased with pro­mo­tional credit, so this amount was returned to the pro­mo­tional account. Click here to donate your­self Funded on Aug 5, 2013 Shonali United States  |  Food Production/Sales You Loaned: […]

Review: Comics on Kndle Fire HDX

Review: Comics on Kndle Fire <span class=HDX"/>

I enjoyed read­ing the comic book on an eReader very much, some­thing I didn't think would.

Giveaway: Deadly Errors by Allen Wyler

Giveaway: Deadly Errors by Allen Wyler

Thriller Explores Biggest Med­ical Night­mare: Deadly Patient-Care Errors  Enter via the Raf­fle­copter form below "A thriller that only a doc­tor could have writ­ten. Wyler's sense of the worlds of the hos­pi­tal and oper­at­ing room are unsur­passed. You'll feel as if you are right there." –Michael Palmer, New York Times best­selling author of Mir­a­cle Cure and The Sisterhood […]

Twitter Update for Week Ending 16 August, 2014

Twitter Update for Week Ending 16 August, 2014

Some­thing has hap­pened the past month, I don't know what but my traf­fic has dropped sig­nif­i­cantly. I am get­ting tons of SPAM com­ments though. I'm diag­nos­ing what's going on with Google web­mas­ter tools but it's been a frus­trat­ing jour­ney, as I worked hard to build traf­fic and all of the sud­den to see this sudden […]

Fun Facts Friday: Walter Scott

Fun Facts Friday: Walter Scott

After Scott read Lord Byron’s poetry he fig­ured he’ll never be as good, so he sim­ply stopped writ­ing poems.

Book Review: The Frozen Rabbi by Steve Stern

Book Review: The Frozen Rabbi by Steve Stern

Bernie Karp, a 15 year old couch potato, son to a suc­cess­ful busi­ness­man in Mem­phis, TN acci­den­tally stum­bles upon a froze rabbi in the basement's freezer. When asked, Bernie's father explains that: ". “Some peo­ple got taxi­der­mied pets in the attic, we got a frozen rabbi in the base­ment. It’s a fam­ily tradition."

Guest Post: Top Five Video Games Based on Books

Guest Post: Top Five Video Games Based on Books

An assump­tive mind would pre­sume the con­ver­sion from video game to book, is likely to be the more inter­est­ing adap­ta­tion, as the video games plot lays the foun­da­tion, leav­ing the author to fill in the prover­bial gaps.

Book Review: The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follet

Book Review: The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follet

I found the author’s expla­na­tion about build­ings, how tech­nol­ogy devel­oped to make the build­ings stronger, very inter­est­ing. The his­tor­i­cal fic­tion aspect of the novel, how peo­ple lived, worked and acted dur­ing the 12th Cen­tury Eng­land, was also engaging.

Twitter Roundup for Week Ending 9 August, 2014

Twitter Roundup for Week Ending 9 August, 2014

RT @elizabethscraig: Are your cri­tiques as help­ful as they could be? http://ow.ly/A1CUH @jenmalonewrites Did Comics Take Back Comic-Con? http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/trade-shows-events/article/63539-did-comics-take-back-comic-con.html via @publisherswkly RT @thecreativepenn: Self-Publishing and Author-Agent Agree­ments: The Need for Change http://t.co/NZbzGHaZxj via @PassiveVoiceBlg If You Like 'Down­ton Abbey' You'll LOVE These Books http://huff.to/1zZKEfU via @HuffPostBooks Edin­burgh Inter­na­tional Book Fes­ti­val: the other half of spouses' […]

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