Kindle Fire HD 7” Why Everyone Needs One!

I’ve own many different electronic devices over the years. I’ve been there for the iPhone and iPad for countless times, mostly because I worked heavily in a Mac environment. I was always trying to find an easier way to get my hobbies done and with the newest crash of my laptop I decided to try something different. This time I couldn’t afford any real luxuries. When I first turned it on, the android OS blew me away. It’s far beyond just a mobile Operating System. It’s practically a redesign for the kindle and amazon store. With a quick couple of … Continue Reading →

The New Theatre Of The Mind!

Enter the new Theater of the Mind! Close your eyes and enter a new dimension of sound. Let it permeate your mind, seed your imagination and conjure up scenes of a strange new world. You’ll be transport to an alternate history, where fascist ruled the skies over prohibition-era America. You become the copilot for “Millie Maxwell” of “Maxwell and Sundberg’s Flying Circus”, a rogue band aero-mercenaries, who risk all to bring down a notorious gang of rocketpack raiders known as the “Rocket Molly Syndicate.” This audiobook hybrid is delivered via podcast, created by author John Taylor, and the sound stylings … Continue Reading →

Preordered books are now available on KDP!

Amazon just sent a statement out they now authors can place their books for preorders. Hello, We’re excited to announce that you can now make your new books available for pre-order in Kindle Stores worldwide. With a few quick and easy steps you can create a pre-order page up to 90 days in advance of your book’s release date–your pre-order product page will be created within 24 hours. When you make your book available for pre-order, customers can order the book anytime leading up to the release date you set. We will deliver it to them on that date. One … Continue Reading →

Reviewing Edward Lorn’s Just Short of Paradise and Full Moon Over Cedar Hill

I read both of these stories back to back. Just Short of Paradise is a free flash fiction story available on Goodreads HERE. And Full Moon Over Cedar Hill is a short story that will raise the hairs on the back of your neck. ~~~ My Review Katlyn chooses the long road trip to California as an opportune time to tell her mother something important. Trapped in the car with miles to go, she’d have to listen. Her mother does her best not to. She doesn’t want to hear it and when she’s forced to, her religious intolerance rears its … Continue Reading →

Books With Similiar Covers: What to do?

So I came across these two books and wondered to myself, How often does this happen? Many writers pay for their images from many different places and sources, but how often does it become the idea of someone else? In this case both books are high in their rankings on Amazon, at least higher than 100 in horror. That’s pretty impressive but I must ask is it the cover? If I found a stock picture of a writer how was successful would I have a higher rank? Personally I don’t care for rank or money when it comes from writing … Continue Reading →

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Review: A Case of Noir

A Case of Noir Paul D. Brazill I’m a sucker for Brazill’s singularly laconic style and his hapless heroes — or is it too grand to call them heroes? Main characters? Saps? No, they’re seldom suckers — just not particularly well prepared, thoughtful or lucky. You can move Luke Case around to a new city, but the seedy world seems to follow him there, whether it’s a Peruvian pan pipe band playing ‘Ring of Fire’ or any of a variety of other off-hand pop culture references (Arthur, Mr B? Priceless). If Luke Case manages to survive, it’s not down to … Continue Reading →


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