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Special Time of Year

by on December 07, 2016

I spent the weekend after Thanksgiving putting up my Christmas trees. I love this time of year. And, yes, I’ve been playing Christmas music for the last two months. To celebrate the Christmas Season ... more


Consequences of Falling (A Riverfield Novel) by Glenn Sartori

by on November 16, 2016

Tragedy, murder, and conspiracy push three Riverfield residents down unfamiliar paths… …..a psychologist who takes on an unethical mission; the wife of a detective who inserts herself in a murd ... more


toro

by on November 14, 2016

the life is not sweet and not frustrate. ... more


Sorry. No Blood Suckers.

by on November 13, 2016

It’s only natural that my novel, Curse Me Not, should fall into the genres that I read the most and like the best — paranormal romance and urban fantasy. What’s unnatural, however, is that my no ... more


Little Worlds of Magic by Mary T. Kincaid

by on November 12, 2016

The story about making new friends in a new town. Mason Garcia struggles to find new interests and make friends away from his surfing and his beloved ocean. In a town with no surfing he finds a ... more


Free Websites: Submit Your Books

by on November 10, 2016

Please Submit Your Romance Books At Our New Romance Best Books Website. http://romancebestbooks.com/ ************************ Please Submit Your Young Adult Books At Our New Young Adult Best ... more


The Duke's Magnificent Bastard (The Duke Series Book 4) by Sandra Masters

by on November 10, 2016

After three years in England, Thorn Wick, the duke’s bastard son, perfectly flawed, still fights for acceptance in his father’s world as a renowned Argamak Turk horse trainer. Just when he starts ... more


Are writers insane?

by on November 06, 2016

On a dreary November evening in 2014, I put on a curly orange wig, a hideous 1970’s shirt, matching medallion and I strangled a Dutch prostitute. A few years earlier, I put on a short skirt, very pr ... more


Creating Memorable Characters

by on October 26, 2016

With the incredible success of my new novel, The Man Who Loved Too Much - Book 1: Archipelago, released only two weeks ago but already peaking at #11,496 on Amazon's Fiction/Coming of Age/Fantasy/Zomb ... more


A candid look at a day in the life of a writer.

by on October 25, 2016

With my book, The Man Who Loved Too Much, Book 1: Archipelago __ my sixth novel! __ shooting up the charts due to a fire sale on the ebook version, people often ask me: "John, how do you get inspir ... more



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