Guest Post/Virtual Tour ~ Tavern On The Edge Of Time by Peter Darrach

Ten Influences on my Science Fiction 1)   Early reading From my early years in London I was always a voracious reader with a bent toward science on the one hand and fairytales on the other.  In rapid succession as a child, I wanted to be an archeologist, a paleontologist, a herpetologist, astronaut…and I read accordingly.  […]

Guest Post/Virtual Tour ~ Round the Bend: From Luton to Peru to Ningaloo, a Search for Life After Redundancy by Alistair McGuiness

My first visit to Africa was two decades ago and with the eagerness and budget restraints of youth, decided to forego many luxuries in a quest to experience “the real Africa.” This is how I managed to find myself on an overland truck with backpackers from across the world, as it headed across east Africa […]

Guest Post/Virtual Tour with Giveaway ~ Funny Books by Rich Leder

WHY IT’S SO HARD TO GET A FUNNY BOOK PUBLISHED (WHEN EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT THE MORE FUNNY BOOKS IN THE WORLD, THE BETTER) I’m Rich Leder.  I write funny books, and I won’t stop doing it. There.  Public confession.  Right here in the wonderful world of Lori’s Reading Corner Blog, where I’m gratefully guest posting […]

Book Spotlight with Giveaway ~ The Secret Bliss of Calliope Ipswich by Marcia Lynn McClure

File Size: 2904 KB Series:  Three Little Girls Dressed In Blue, Book 2 Publisher: Distractions Ink; First edition (August 18, 2014) Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc. Genre: Western Historical Romance ASIN: B00MV0GK1K Buy: Kindle “Oh! Do link arms with me, Calliope,” Blanche whispered, her brown eyes widening with apprehension. She took Calliope’s arm, tightly linking it with her own. […]

Guest Post/Virtual Tour ~ Captain Shelby by Jesse Giles Christiansen

The Mythmaker: Historical Look Behind Prequel to Pelican Bay What was fun and fascinating about writing the prequel to Pelican Bay was the deep, speculative history behind the origins of Newfoundland. The sagas of Eric the Red, and other epic Nordic explorers, are just that: sagas. All we have are quasi-mythical stories. And so, while […]

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