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  • Deadly Design by Debra Dockter
    'Deadly Design' by Debra Dockter: Young adult scifi thriller for all ages
    Although Debra Dockter's "Deadly Design" is billed as a young adult sci-fi thriller, it's a sure bet that adults will enjoy this as well. It's about twins. Twins who are two years apart in age.While Connor and Kyle are...
  • Orphanhood within modern literatue
    Orphanhood as portrayed in modern literature
    Orphanhood is not a topic that is discussed often. Why? Is it because it’s easy to overlook a subject with no family? Possibly; however, the sense of no family, being a parentless child often is a struggle for a number of characters in...
  • Film crew
    Film Producer Supporting Local Artist
    Have you ever wondered how people get their start in movies? It’s not something you can just go to school for and get a job in with a diploma. It takes getting experience on as many short term jobs you can find. From actors to the light and...
  • BCBGMaxAzria and Magnum Belgian Unveils Chocolate Wrap
    BCBGMaxAzria and Magnum Belgian Unveils Chocolate Wrap
    For all of the people who enjoy luxurious items, there is great news for fashionistas and chocolate lovers. Two iconic brands have come together to create something so awesome for women all over the world. BCBGMAXAZRIA and MAGNUM Belgian Chocolate...
  • THE DEEP END OF THE OCEAN BY JACQUELYN MITCHARD
    'The Deep End of the Ocean' by Jacquelyn Mitchard
    Have a tissue handy. You will need it for "The Deep End of the Ocean" by Jacquelyn Mitchard. I picked this book from a book club flyer many years ago. It had a very brief description. A pretty basic paragraph stating that a woman loses...
  • cover of "The Make of Late Antiquity" by Peter Brown
    'The Making of Late Antiquity:' What made the ancient medieval?
    “I wish that I had been one of the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus,” writes author Peter Brown in the opening lines of this slim volume.The Seven Sleepers, so the story goes, were walled up in a cave during the persecution under the Roman...
  • Taken by Dee Henderson
    'Taken' by Dee Henderson
    Phew. I am glad this ride is over. “Taken” by Dee Henderson is going to be a book you are going to love or thoroughly hate. I’ll admit I had some difficulties with it here and there but I was bound and determined to power through...
  • BITTERSWEET BY MIRANDA BEVERLY – WHITTEMORE
    'Bittersweet' by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore
    Bittersweet is the perfect summer read. It sucks you in and won’t release you until you’ve reached the very end. And even then you are left wondering…no more like craving…more, hoping the story doesn’t end here.I...
  • WHEN MOCKINGBIRDS SING BY BILLY COFFEEY
    'When Mockingbirds Sing' by Billy Coffeey
    Author Billy Coffey has the trademark of ambiguity throughout his novels; which works well for him. “When Mockingbird Sings,” Coffey’s latest release follows the same theme.Leah is a child from Away who has an invisible friend...
  • Interview with picture book author/illustrator Jennifer Gray Olson
    Interview with picture book author/illustrator Jennifer Gray Olson
    Jennifer Gray Olson is the Author/Illustrator of NINJA BUNNY. She is a graduate of California State University Fullerton, where she earned her BA degree in art education. Jennifer enjoys writing in the third person, sarcasm and embarrassing her...
  • Keep Writing
    You Should Be Writing
    There are two things that every poet or writer needs to be successful. 1.) Writing something every day is a must 2.) A good support team. These two things will build the foundation that any poet or writer can thrive on. Luckily in Denver there is...
  • cover of "The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2014"
    'The Best American Science & Nature Writing 2014:' Writings on Climate Change
    This showcase of the best American nature and science writing is selected from non-specialist periodicals published between January 2013 and January 2014. While these 26 articles cover topics ranging from modern day trapping to tracing one’s...
  • A Conversation With Prolific Music Composer & Producer John Keltonic
    A Conversation With Prolific Music Composer & Producer John Keltonic
    Bookpleasures.com welcomes composer and music producer John Keltonic. John has been composing original music for television and films for over 20 years. His credits include NBC, PBS, Discovery Channel, BBC, Learning Channel, and CNN. Some of his...
  • Mystery/Thriller 3x Reviews
    Mystery 3x Reviews: 'Luckiest Girl Alive,' 'Day Four,' & 'The Melody Lingers On'
    Today, Hartford Books Examiner reviews three recent titles in mystery/thriller that are sure to add a little extra sizzle to these hot summer nights.First up is Jessica Knoll’s Luckiest Girl Alive (Simon & Schuster, $25.00), a dazzlingly...
  • Andrew J Chamberlain
    Interview with Andrew J Chamberlain, Author of “Traveller’s Blues”
    For me, sometimes it is an absolute joy to write for fun without planning out the entire story in advance. I can allow my imagination to run a wild and as free as I want without having to make sure that everything connected just perfectly the way...
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