Monthly Archives: November 2012

Teen Heroine vs Pirate Spy

November 30, 2012
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When last we met young Lady Alexin she was confronting the evil wizard Mylar, who killed her parents when she was 4. As Alex grew up she worked hard to gain the warrior skills to face Mylar in battle, unaware that she was born with those very skills. Now, in Joni Parker‘s new book “Tangled Omens” we catch up with Alex, whose adventures continue as she unravels the mysteries of Seaward Isle. In her new…

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An Ireland Full of Sensory Delights

November 15, 2012
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Exploring the West of Ireland is a time for meditation, spiritual reflection and strengthening the bonds of life. More practically the ability to read a map might have proved helpful. The tourist office in Ireland has all their paths clearly marked. You can’t go wrong if you follow that little yellow man. Or can you? As British ex-patriate Kerry Dwyer leads her trusting French husband Bertrand astray once more, they reminisce and reflect upon accents…

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Dear Mom (And Dear Dad)

November 13, 2012
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Sometimes, the most important conversation you can have is with someone who is gone. Do the words “Dear Mom” come any easier when Mom is gone? What if there were things you never told her? Things you’ve always wanted to know? And after you’ve written letters pouring your heart out to your mom, would you show those letters to your dad? Kate Kaiser did. Her book “Letters to my Mother (But Really for My Father)”…

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Paranoia, Revenge, Murder – Let’s Get Poed

November 9, 2012
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You’re invited to spend the night in The Usher Institute for the Study of Criminal Psychopathology. In Candy Korman‘s new suspense thriller “POED,” the clinic’s director takes you inside a contemporary version of Edgar Allan Poe’s dark and twisted world. The Usher, an exclusive clinic housing the most heinous killers in New York City, also prides itself on burying the deadliest secrets of the city’s most prominent families. It’s an original Gothic tale of horror…

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Authors, What’s Up With Your Websites?

November 5, 2012
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For many generations a business card or calling card was the basic medium of introduction in western society. A century or so ago a telephone number became a necessary addition, and in the last fifteen years, a website. Today, if you’re a writer, a business card, a phone number, and a website are not enough. Not even a pretty website with an “About Me” page, a pic of your dogs, and a link to your…

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How to Get Your Song on the Radio

November 2, 2012
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If you’re a budding musician, you know how challenging getting radio airplay can be – it can also be expensive. But in his new book “Airplay,” longtime radio broadcast and music marketing professional Jim Raposa shares insights and strategies to help you, the budding musician, to get that airplay. Jim’s advice is frank, often humorous…but dead on the money regarding how to put the odds of success in your favor. Jim leans on his own…

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