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arlene-goldbard's picture
Jul.17.2009
My media cravings lately have been the audiovisual equivalent of Elvis's peanut butter and banana sandwiches, stupefying comfort food. A kind friend actually sat next to me for the entire length of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants—Part 2!—on TV. So I gulped hard when my forgetfulness in...
john-braun's picture
Jul.14.2009
I heard a very disturbing bit of news this morning. It seems the United States is going to do away with the color-coded threat level alert system that was established in the days after 9-11. Now, this is, once again, Obama harming our country. Why? Simple. I heard from somebody, who knows someone...
sherry-jones's picture
Jul.07.2009
Dear Reader, Something new happens almost every day regarding my debut novel, "The Jewel of Medina," and its forthcoming sequel, "The Sword of Medina." Today, news outlets around the world are carrying the story that the three men convicted of setting fire to the home office of...
heather-catherine-hogan's picture
Jun.23.2009
I watched the movie "Crossing Over" two nights ago. It stars Harrison Ford and others. Harrison Ford's character is an immigration police officer. They show him and his squad raiding sweat shops in LA and busting illegal immigrants all over Los Angeles. I never knew how the immigration...
gerard-readett's picture
Jun.23.2009
Todd Fonseca,author of http://www.thetimecavern.com/ just reviewed Roadworks on Amazon and Goodreads. Here is part of what he had to say: "Roadworks is a refreshingly original thriller featuring a very unlikely public works employee turned hero...is a fast paced, engaging, read" and...
masha-hamilton's picture
Jun.11.2009
One Sunday afternoon in March when I was fourteen, my friend Cindy was murdered in the Arizona desert not far from my home while on her way to my best friend’s house. We were in eighth-grade English and math class together and we played afterschool volleyball, and on Monday morning, when my parents...
john-cargile's picture
May.06.2009
INTERVIEW Geri: When did you first realize that you wanted to be a writer? John: When I was about ten years old, I wrote a story about Rinny,based on the Rin Tin Tin German Sheperd dog that waspopular in the 1950's. Geri: What type of books do you enjoy writing? John: Fiction, and non-fiction! Geri...
balthazar-rodrigue-nzomono-balenda's picture
Mar.25.2009
About the book:  Freedom of press the sitting duck is about journalists who get killed because of their works buy bandits who like controlling the press in fear of them being exposed to the audience.  Genre:  It is a book of poetry:   Details:  Time after time, journalists are killed for their...
balthazar-rodrigue-nzomono-balenda's picture
Mar.25.2009
The Struggle of Power and the Fight for Survival is my second book of poetry and it is about man’s desire to survive and in some cases to have power to take different directions in life and our societies.  In this book, I talk about themes that affect us all from one way or the other: Financial...
jonathan-maberry's picture
Mar.16.2009
PATIENT ZERO by Jonathan Maberry (St. Martins Griffin; trade Paperback; $14.95)   DESCRIPTION:   When you have to kill the same terrorist twice in one week there's either something wrong with your world or something wrong with your skills... and there's nothing wrong with Joe Ledger's skills. And...