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  • David Baldacci's new book leads books coming out in April
    David Baldacci's new book leads books coming out in April
    The flowers are in full bloom and so is the release of books. There are a lot of books coming out this month and it's going to give you something to do while you are outside enjoying the weather as it warms up.David Baldacci's latest book,...
  • Gayle Forman
    If You Gayle: Reading Suggestions for Lovers of Gayle Forman
    Last month Gayle Forman’s new book I Was Here was released and if you’re like most people, you finished binge reading it in about a day and are now desperate for more Gayle in your life. To keep you sane, here's a list of similar...
  • Valiant's 25th Anniversary Convention Tour continues this weekend at WonderCon
    Valiant's 25th Anniversary Convention Tour continues this weekend at WonderCon
    Valiant Comics is crossing the country in celebration of their 25th Anniversary and the next stop on this whirlwind tour is WonderCon Anaheim 2015 this weekend April 3-5 at the Anaheim Convention Center. On Tuesday March 31, 2015, Valiant...
  • 10 questions with historical fiction author: Jan Moran
    10 questions with historical fiction author: Jan Moran
    Jan Moran, author of "Scent of Triumph" answers 10 questions about her favorite 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 and be any figure from...
  • Stephen King
    Stephen King Announces Intention to Run for President in 2016
    I recently had the chance to sit down for an exclusive interview with Stephen King. He took the chance to make a rather shocking announcement. It seems that the best selling author is going to step away from the word processor and jump into the...
  • Setterfield's second novel tells a dark story rather bleakly
    Setterfield’s second not as memorable as first
    When a writer publishes an amazing debut novel, the pressure is instantly on when it comes to writing a second novel. Many writers have proven successful with the following novels such as Neil Gaiman’s career taking off after his first...
  • “The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins
    Top five bestselling hardcover fiction books of the week: March 2015
    As of today these are the top five bestselling hardcover fiction books according to The New York Times.1. “The Girl on the Train” – Paula HawkinsThis psychological thriller set in London is about a woman named Rachel who takes...
  • Lacy Eye
    "Lacy Eye"--A review
    Just when a mother thinks she'd always known her daughter well...Lacy Eye, by Jessica Treadway,is a psychologicaldrama that introduces the narrator, Hanna Schutt, who has to relive her near-death experience from three years ago. In the...
  • Simple differences between story and plot
    Simple differences between story and plot
    Story and plot are actually two different things when writing fiction. Here is a brief, but simple list of ways they are different. By understanding the differences, you can write a better book.Story is emotional.Plot is physical.For example:...
  • Edge of Eternity by Ken Follett
    Edge of Eternity by Ken Follett
    Ken Follett’s “Edge of Eternity” is the third book in his Century Trilogy. The book is an epic in size and scope, tackling the 20th century’s huge historical events with the lives of fictional characters interwoven...
  • Adam & Burt
    Adam West and Burt Ward to Star in New Batman Feature Movie...Really.
    Next year will mark the 50th anniversary of the Batman television series, and Warner Bros. and DC Comics are planning to celebrate in a big way. Aside from all the merchandise that's been flooding the market, thanks to the release of the...
  • 10 questions with historical fiction author: Diann Ducharme
    10 questions with historical fiction author: Diann Ducharme
    Diann Ducharme, author of "The Outer Banks House", "Return to the Outer Banks House", and "Chasing Eternity" answers 10 questions about her favorite time period in history, her favorite figures from history, and the...
  • The Patriot Threat by Steve Berry
    The Patriot Threat is another winner from New York Times bestseller Steve Berry
    Cotton Malone, a contract agent of Magellan Billet, is in Venice on temporary assignment to covertly observe a $20 million financial transaction destined for North Korea . . . until it goes wrong. Cotton quickly learns that the theft of the $20...
  • The Adventures of Joey Who Would Not Sleep
    A fun and educational bedtime story for children who don’t want to sleep
    Parents know that one of the most difficult things is to convince their small children to go to sleep in the evening, after a great day of fun and games. They are excited, enthusiastic, and they don’t feel like sleeping, especially if they...
  • dale ryan
    Would you adopt a pink dog?
    For animal rescuers who wonder where the next generation of animal advocates and activists will come from, book like Dale Ryan’s The Painted Pilgrim may be the answer.Education is the key to ensuring that the message of responsibility and...
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