Beat by Stephen Jay Schwartz

Title: Beat Author: Stephen Jay Schwartz Set in: San Francisco (United States) Genre: Thriller Paperback: 336 pages Publisher: Forge Books; First Edition edition (September 28, 2010) Source: Review Copy Rating: 3.5 out of 5 My thoughts: Beat has the makings of a typical detective novel in many ways. It has the usual ingredients, the detective... Continue Reading →

Author confession: Kim Hanks

Today I welcome author Kim Hanks to my blog. He has an interesting post about what happens when he is invited to book clubs and conferences. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Since the publication of save the best for last, I did not expected being invited to a number of local book clubs and authors conferences. It is contrary... Continue Reading →

Save The Best For Last by Kim Hanks

Today I am featuring a book by author Kim Hanks. There was supposed to be a review here as part of pumpupyourbookpromotion, but the book has not reached yet. But please do have a look at the blurb. It is very interesting. It has words like evil and haunted and supernatural powers in it. Zwick... Continue Reading →

Mark LaFlamme Guest Post

I am pleased to welcome Mark LaFlamme to my blog today. His first book 'The Pink Room' is about a world's leading physicist who attempts to use the science of string theory to bring his daughter back from the dead. His second book 'DIRT' is a political thriller. Sounds interesting to me. If you like... Continue Reading →

Non-First: A Purple state of mind

It's the 15th, time for the Non~FIRST blog tour!(Non~FIRST will be merging with FIRST Wild Card Tours on January 1, 2009...if interested in joining, click HERE!) The feature author is: Craig Detweiler and his/her book: A Purple State of Mind: Finding Middle Ground in a Divided Culture Harvest House Publishers (July 1, 2008) ABOUT THE... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at

Up ↑