Monthly Archives: May 2013

Highlights of the Day (my review of David Gaughran’s “Let’s Get Visible: How To Get Noticed And Sell More Books (Let’s Get Publishing) ”

When someone wants to talk to you about the highlights of their day, they usually want to tell you about the most interesting things that happened to them or the most interesting things that they did on that particular day. … Continue reading

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VAPOR (a short story by James Fant)

  The fog just happened.  A carpet of cool, white vapor uncoiled and corralled the trees, soil, and concrete.  A cloud seemingly descended upon Beaufain Street.  It was eerie how it crept and oozed into every nook, cranny, crack and … Continue reading

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Think and Enjoy

In my opinion, a book should be two things: thought provoking and enjoyable. I enjoyed the opening of “Exorcism at Midnight,” with its descriptive image of an impending storm. It is a storm that is both physical and spiritual as … Continue reading

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Who…In The World…Is Kaitlyn Ross? (My Review of “Thin Ice” by KR Bankston)

Who…in the world…is Kaitlyn Ross. An easy answer is she is the leading lady in the novel “Thin Ice,”  a serial drama written by KR Bankston. But that really tells us nothing. Kaitlyn, known to some as Kiki, is a … Continue reading

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