Recently I published my first book called Fourteen Shades of Horror - a collection of fourteen short horror stories available from Amazon for download only on to a Kindle, Tablet or Smartphone. If you would like a flavour of my book I have put three of the stories on my Blog at www.shadesofhorror.com
It's difficult as an unknown author to get noticed and I'm hoping some of you will give my book a try and tell me what you think. Two people have given it a 5
Originally Posted by Richard C Cox
The what? The Everything?
After many delays and false starts, my first novel, Aure, the Topaz, Book 1 in the Aglaril Cycle, will release October 22. You can pre-order a paper copy from Amazon or Barnes & Noble. The e-book version is coming for Kindle and ePub. There's a book trailer on Youtube and, of course, everyone you could possibly want to know about the book is available from my web site, feitelberg.net.
Since I posted early drafts of several chapters on this site I'm hoping visitors will support
In 1998 two Stanford graduate students, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, founded Google.com, a search engine that used a better technology than had previously existed for indexing and retrieving information from the immense miscellany of the World Wide Web and for ranking the Web sites that contained this information according to their relevance to particular queries based on the number of links from the rest of the Internet to a given item. This
Some days the internet really... pisses me off.
I read a book (published in 1996), it mentions a thirty year failure cycle for major collapses in bridges, it then goes on to mention the Millenium foot bridge as completing the cycle (because in 2007 the I-35W bridge collapsed and the book wasn't out--though admittedly the thesis applies to different TYPES of bridges, so the 35W bridge is outside that as it is not a new type of bridge and the "failure" we are all waiting for
Hadrian's Wall in the third century is no place for modern-day soldiers to be cut adrift. Now the crew of a ditched army helicopter will be forced to suffer the brutal grip of Roman rule at first hand. Used to being the occupying power, they'll soon discover that the tables are well and truly turned. Check out my new novel:
I have good news! "The High Rise," my very first book, now has its own website. Come check it out at:
http://xlibrishub.com/wd/us/134091. Again, thank you for all your support!
Originally Posted by C.J.Gnos
I would just like to let you know I have written three Sci-Fi adventure books with number four on the way. Please check out The Offspring, Torva, and The Shadows Over Us with Warrior's Claim coming soon at www.Offspringbooks.com. Thank you everyone!
Ed and Sallie Becker will be having a book signing soon at Barnes and Noble sometime in September of 2013. The exact date will be announced later as well as time and location. Thank you friends for all of your support.
CYBERSP@CE-The novel is a mind-blowing, sci-fi espionage story, with ingredients of international intrigue, artificial intelligence, action, suspense, and romance. Set mostly in the Nevada desert, Cybersp@ce includes cyber warfare between nation states, the fantastic virtual world of an alien computer, and the hunt for one of the world's greatest spies.
From inside their home located outside the small town of Corona, New Mexico in 1947, a young
Come join the firstborn in their epic battle against the star on their home world. No being has ever witnessed creatures as evil and vile as these for they are the Star!! Here is the link for my first book of the series that lead to the second book The Blue Orchid, The Black Rose, and The Ayame.
A new hybrid science fiction/thriller/suspense drama entitled "Delusional Reality" by me has hit the book shelves and Kindle eBook. Right now, it's free until Wednesday from Kindle. Check it out and give it your review and comments. Thus far, it's doing very well and getting some good reviews on other sites.
Hi everyone, I want to share this link with you. It is the link for the webpage for The Blue Orchid, The Black Rose, and The Ayame. Come and check it out...
This one has been tough, but we got there in the end. Perseverance is the key and the knowledge that all writing is rewriting.
The story has certainly taken some odd turns. The destination is not where I intended to go when I bought the ticket. However, it ends in an exciting place and sets things up well. I'm very pleased.
The next project we discover what really happened to Admiral Kroong. Or that's what it says in the brochure =).
Deuce! I don't know which is worse: that the aliens can eavesdrop on my reports or that Mixxi was right. I hate a smug Brain. In order to alleviate the first issue I have chosen to hide all future communications within innocuous messages. Like this:
I've almost completed the first draft of the second sequel to The Mischief of Rats. The working title is A Leash For A Rabbit. The story is proving somewhat problematic. Abra keeps throwing things at me. She's never content with
Updated July 28th, 2013 at 02:43 AM by skribe