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  • Authors Mary Higgins Clark and Carol Higgins Clark
    6 cheap ebooks by favorite authors as last-minute gifts
    The perfect last-minute gift for the holidays (or a birthday, anniversary, job change) might be an ebook by an author whom you know the recipient enjoys. An ebook makes a nice, small Christmas present. From Dickens to Mary Higgins Clark, there are...
  • ABC Family Hit Show The Fosters
    Disney releases YA companion novel to ABC Family show "The Fosters"
    Love the hit ABC Family show "The Fosters"? Well, we've got good news for you. Disney Publishing has announced the release of THE FOSTERS: Keep Your Frenemies Close, based on characters from the TV series “The Fosters.”...
  • Life changes for the better, when sight is restored
    Heroic actions, one eye at a time in 'Second Suns'
    When author David Oliver Relin, of “Three Cups Of Tea” fame, traveled to Nepal with the intention of penning the story of the astonishing feats of the most accomplished Sherpa mountaineer, Apa Sherpa, little did he know that his...
  • The Titan Drowns
    Award-winning time travel romance is permanently free on Amazon
    I think we can all agree that the theme of time travel will never get old. Fans of this science-fiction subgenre who also like a bit of romance in their novels will immediately fall in love with Nhys Glover’s ‘The Titan Drowns’....
  • Fetish
    An edge-of-your-seat thriller based on true events
    Mystery, suspense, fast-paced action, and a story of love and passion – ‘Fetish: What’s Yours?’ by L.M. Reker is one of those novels that readers will not easily forget. Those who have read and loved ‘The Silence of...
  • Clifford the Big Red Dog
    "Clifford" author passes away; leaves story collection for generations to come
    Recently, the world of children’s literature has lost one of its most well-known icons: Norman Bridwell, author of everybody’s favorite big, red dog “Clifford.” Bridwell passed away on Dec. 12 with two publications set to...
  • MG Edwards, author of Real Dreams: Thirty Years of Short Stories
    JoeyPinkney.com five minutes five questions with MG Edwards
    About Real Dreams: Thirty Years of Short Stories:Real Dreams: Thirty Years of Short Stories is an anthology of stories I wrote between 1981 and 2011. Each reflects changes in my writing style and interests over time. I wrote the earliest story at...
  • Atlantia by Ally Condie
    'Atlantia' by Ally Condie: Stand alone YA fantasy
    Ally Condie, author of the fabulous "Matched" trilogy, shares "Atlantia" with readers. It's the stand-alone story of a bleak future when those who live on land, in a desperate attempt to save humankind from the pollution...
  • 'The Devil Will Come' by Glenn Cooper
    'The Devil Will Come' by Glenn Cooper
    Glenn Cooper has been writing thrillers for a long time but I had never read any of his books for one reason or another. I decided to change that with “The Devil Will Come” which promised a thriller based on historical and biblical...
  • One Step Too Far
    "One Step Too Far"--A Review
    No one has ever guessed Emily's secret. Will you?One Step Too Far, by Tina Seskis, is a debut novel that was published independently as an e-book in the UK, which was #1 on the bestseller list. In this story, Emily Coleman decides to start a...
  • 'The Escape' by David Baldacci
    Book review: 'The Escape' by David Baldacci
    “The Escape” is David Baldacci’s most recent novel and the third in the John Puller series. John Puller is a military investigator in the Army’s Criminal Investigative Division. His older brother Robert was convicted of...
  • Terror in a Teapot
    Writers Tricks of the Trade - Using Kindle free days to introduce new books
    As more and more books are published every year, the race to grab readers becomes more competitive. If you are an "A-List" author, or household name, people will buy your books on the strength of that, but if an author is published by a...
  • Editing your NaNoWriMo novel
    Editing your NaNoWriMo novel
    You’ve had a rest after the marathon writing session known as NaNoWriMo and the resulting first draft you produced during November needs editing. It can be a daunting task if you don’t know where to begin or if you don’t have a...
  • "The Pinned Tweet and The Author" The BookTweeter Buzz with Joey Pinkney
    "The Pinned Tweet and The Author" The BookTweeter Buzz with Joey Pinkney
    Twitter’s pinned tweet feature can be used by authors to highlight important information prominently on the author’s Twitter profile.Pinned tweets are easy to set up and can drive a lot of attention and traffic where you want it. You...
  • 10 questions with historical fiction author: Nicola Cornick
    10 questions with historical fiction author: Nicola Cornick
    Nicola Cornick, author of numerous historical fiction and romance novels answers 10 questions about herfavorite time period in history, her favorite figures from history, and the age old question of coffee or tea.1. If you could go back in time...