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Cold Coffee Press Endorses Alter Ego (The Davenport Decrees Book 1) by Tory Allyn

by on May 22, 2016

Dead bodies are just a fact of life for law enforcement and the FBI, but the body found in the woods in Rockfort, Virginia would make the hair on the back of the neck stand up for the seasoned profess ... more


Cold Coffee Press Endorses Mind Over Murder (A Jake Roberts Novel Book 2) by Cary Allen Stone

by on May 19, 2016

Mind Over Murder is a psychological thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat and your heart pounding as you turn the page. This is the second book in the Jake Roberts murder, mystery, s ... more


Ten Additional Signs You May Be Addicted to Coffee

by on May 16, 2016

I read on my news feed the 7 Signs You’re Drinking Too Much Coffee. The article listed these symptoms: you feel anxious, your stomach hurts, your heart is racing, you have diarrhea, you can’t slee ... more


Cold Coffee Press Endorses Mortimer: Chapter Book For Early Readers by Mary T. Kincaid

by on May 14, 2016

As a Grandmother I can highly recommend Mortimer for ages 4 and up. Mortimer is a mole who is curious about the world him from birth. Even though he tends to break all the rules, his world becomes ... more


Intensive Rehabilitation Therapy for Sylvester Stallone

by on May 13, 2016

You may have heard on ESPN that Sylvester Stallone was detained in Australia and charged with importing HGH. He claims it was only a supplement called Pure Muscle-X. Rumor has it he may undergo “int ... more


Cold Coffee Press Endorses A Corporation of Angels by James H. Barrett Jr.

by on May 12, 2016

If you ever wondered how angels interact in the physical world, communicate with humans and influence good over evil this fictional account will inspire deep thought and spiritual growth whether you a ... more


How to Write a Great Detective Character for a TV Script

by on May 11, 2016

If you are a crime writer, you probably are a fan of several TV crime series such as Elementary, Chicago PD, Gotham, CSI (any of them), NCIS, Castle, Backstrom, Battle Creek, and The Mysteries of Laur ... more


Cold Coffee Press Endorses I Miss My Pa The Most by Raymond Cook

by on May 09, 2016

I Miss My Pa The Most by Raymond Cook is a western tale from the late 1890’s. The author writes with sincere passion and authority about the West. Christopher O’Shea, his wife Shannon and eight ... more


How do you do it?

by on May 06, 2016

How do you invent your stories? AHHH! What a terrible question. The answer is, ‘I don’t know.’ True. The same as all novelists I start with a blank sheet of paper – it is unimportant whe ... more


Less than a buck

by on May 06, 2016

I’ve opened a new boutique, a discount emporium of short reads. Come check out the 99¢ Stories. Perfect for when you’re waiting for a plane or train, the doctor is running late, or the work on yo ... more



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