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monty-heying's picture
Jan.16.2014
The strong parallels between The Great Gatsby and The Sun Also Rises pique my curiosity. Both are stories about hedonistic misbehaving Americans in the post-WWI era and both are narrated by young men whose lives are thrown sideways by men's obsession over a beautiful...
r-barri-flowers's picture
Nov.08.2013
  From R. Barri Flowers, award winning criminologist and internationally bestselling author of THE SEX SLAVE MURDERS 1 and 2, comes a gripping new audio true crime short, MURDER OF A STAR QUARTERBACK: The Tragic Tale of Steve McNair and Sahel Kazemi.       In this mesmerizing...
jm-cornwell's picture
Sep.02.2013
So much of history is written by the winners, or at least the people who were still standing after the dust settled. Richard III, the king who allegedly murdered his nephews in the Tower, was recently found under a car park in England and the tales his skeleton have to tell are of violent death and...
r-barri-flowers's picture
Aug.29.2013
  CONVINCED is a women’s suspense short by bestselling author R. Barri Flowers. Now in audio and eBook.       Woman becomes obsessed with the idea that her husband is having an affair and takes these fears to dark extremes, with an unexpected outcome.      ...
rhonda-frost's picture
Aug.13.2013
If at all possible, I want you to log on to YouTube and find the song “Neither One of Us” by Gladys Knight and the Pips, and listen to it while you read the below lyrics. Anyone and everyone who has ever been married and divorced or loved someone who they had to let go of will be moved by the words...
jm-cornwell's picture
Jul.14.2013
In the best of all possible worlds, writing a book is difficult, especially when dealing with your own life. How does a writer justify writing a memoir if nothing out of the ordinary has happened and fame is a distant dream? For Joe Rourke, it was a series of incidences that began by accepting a...
monty-heying's picture
Jun.14.2013
A novel can be read literally or figuratively and people like me who are looking for a realistic representation of life tend to take things literally and often overlook broader implications.  My first time through, The Great Gatsby seemed clumsy and hyperbolic, and I was distracted by the way...
rhonda-frost's picture
Jun.09.2013
By Rhonda E. Frost Co-Author of, Why Do I Have to Think Like a Man? How to Think Like a Lady and Still Get the Man,and the upcoming book  Is Married the New Single? The Truth About the American Dream, writer, serial dater, relationship blogger.   Like it or not, infidelity...
asha-vose's picture
Apr.30.2013
Hello all, I just finished reading I want to show you more by Jamie Quatro. It was amazing. The short story collection centers around the themes of infidelity, religion, and sex with splashes of sub-themes about cancer or running. It's an exciting book with a lot of frank women's speech about long-...
robert-earle's picture
Feb.24.2013
  Bernhard Schlink's collection of stories, Summer Lies, is  always gracefully written but not always compelling because too many key characters, plots, and themes are borderline trivial or simply trivialized.     In the first story, "After the Season,"  an accomplished...