As many of you may know Allbooks Review has been blocked from posting our reviews by Amazon.com. We still post to Amazon.ca and Amazon.uk.co We will continue to post your reviews to as many other book sites as possible. This is the link I found that details another firm like ours that is in the same plight:… Continue
Added by Shirley A. Roe on October 31, 2011 at 8:22am —
Chapter Four is up . . . finally!
Okay, music . . .
I told you about a group called SPEAK a few weeks ago, with a link to "Carrie (Mindful)"
Well, their debut album "I Believe In Everything" is out,… Continue
Added by BB Shepherd on October 23, 2011 at 12:00am —
For those of you who are fans of and followers of my blog and my work, I am happy to report that my first novel, Corruption, is ready for purchase. Corruption is the story of Mahogany Carroll, an unrepentant cougar, and Jordan Yoshito, her precocious cub. Jordan struggles with finding his way in the world, and Mahogany struggles with needing more than just great sex. Mahogany likes her men young and Jordan prefers his women experienced, and so they enter into a relationship that was intended to… Continue
Added by Amaya Radjani on October 21, 2011 at 7:07pm —
Since I have been away working on several things, I have had a few more releases that I wanted to share. I have been somewhat busy..LOL
Jade Slate: Hell's Most Wanted came out last month with Hellfire Publishing.
Also 'A Chance at Love' will be released in November with Hellfire Publishing.
And I have two anthologies… Continue
Added by Robin Renee Ray on October 19, 2011 at 3:47pm —
I can’t see her wings but I know she’s an angel. Maybe she’s hiding her wings under her dress. I wish I could see them and touch them. Will they be as I imagine, soft and white as a cloud? Continue
She is old because she’s lived on Earth for a long time. When I think about her as a young woman, I see her in black and white, like an old picture you find in a box in the closet. Her face is pretty, her skin is soft and her eyes are as black as the night. She looks like an…
Added by Martha Rodriguez on October 18, 2011 at 10:30pm —
This is the fourth book by talented author, Ankhesen Mié. No, I’m not just saying that because she’s my friend and business partner; she is talented. The Woman From Cheshire Avenue (a book I lovingly renamed Chessy Ave), isn’t a book for the faint of heart. I did not know what the book was about when I first read it, and I admit to feeling like I’d been smacked across the face. Once I got my equilibrium, I enjoyed the story. It’s dark and different, and as a fellow goth writer, I can respect… Continue
Added by Amaya Radjani on October 18, 2011 at 4:57pm —
If you are in the mood for a story about creatures, slavery, gods (maybe), than The Poison Glen is just the book for you.
The Poison Glen is a tale that will leave you wanting more, and to learn more about the creatures of legends. Are the creatures just a tale to tell children, or are they real? In The Poison Glen you will read much about a creature known as the Hunter. What is the Hunter, and what are the circumstances behind his hatred of humans?
Follow the fate of… Continue
Added by Shirley A. Roe on October 17, 2011 at 1:26pm —
Genre: Historical Romance
Title: Beloved Destiny
Author: Carol Ann Fears
Usually before I start a book, I like to read the synopsis on the book jacket or on the internet in the case of an e-book. I like to get a feel for the story before I dive in. In the case of Beloved Destiny by Carol Ann Fears, I was excited because it seemed like it was going to be right up my alley – historical fiction with a little romance thrown in. The story revolves around 17 year old Carina Blanchett… Continue
Added by Shirley A. Roe on October 17, 2011 at 1:23pm —
My new novel, Behind Closed Doors, the sales of which will help the Mayflower Animal Sanctuary, just received its first reader review at … Continue
Added by Thriller on October 15, 2011 at 11:46am —
The adults are crying and hugging as they come into the house and as they leave. One lady nestles my Mami’s face in her hands. It looks like she is trying to hold Mami’s face together. Another person gives Papi a big hug, the kind where they slap each other on the back really hard. The kids aren’t crying or hugging, we’re playing on the floor with a set of Jacks.
The cold tile floor feels good against my legs on this warm Cuban night. We are in the corner of the living room… Continue
Added by Martha Rodriguez on October 12, 2011 at 10:54pm —
My new novel, Behind Closed Doors, the sales of which will help the Mayflower Animal Sanctuary, just received its first reader review at Amazon, and it was a fantastic, 5 star one as well.
Here's what it said:…
Added by Thriller on October 9, 2011 at 10:39am —
Interview with Author Mary Ann Bernal
Posted by Bill Jones, Jr. on 6 October 2011
For our Fiction Friday interview we welcome Mary Ann Bernal, author of the historical fiction series, The Briton and the Dane, and fellow Indie publisher and Literary Underground member. I am posting this one day… Continue
Added by Mary Ann Bernal on October 8, 2011 at 10:07am —
Added by Shirley A. Roe on October 6, 2011 at 1:07pm —
A comforting, calming feeling came over me the day Joey and I picked up the copies of A Reel Cool Summer from the printing house. We had been working on our little book for about nine months. Being separated by 5,000 miles and who knows how many time zones wasn’t easy but we made it work. We spoke almost every day and emails flew back and forth by the minute. Many times we emailed each other while on the phone. I think we said, “I’m emailing it to you right now,” and, “Okay, I just got it,… Continue
Added by Martha Rodriguez on October 5, 2011 at 5:23pm —
Could you tell us a little bit about yourself?
I must admit that I am an incurable romantic anglophile who has a passion for ancient European history, from the rise of the Roman Empire through the Dark and early Middle Ages. I am a New Yorktransplant, having moved to Omaha, Nebraska in… Continue
Added by Mary Ann Bernal on October 5, 2011 at 9:45am —
Mary Ann Bernal was interviewed by author Christine M. Butler (http://www.moonlitdreams.org/3/post/2011/09/mary-ann-bernal-author-interview.html
I would like to thank Mary Ann Bernal, author of The Briton and the Dane series, for stopping by and taking the time out of her busy schedule to answer a few questions for her readers.
Christine: How do you find the time to juggle… Continue
Added by Mary Ann Bernal on October 4, 2011 at 10:54am —
Review- The Briton and the Dane: Birthright
Where to start? I loved the first book Briton and the Dane but there was so much unresolved that I was eager to read the next book, yet having waited several weeks between finishing book one and starting book two I was a bit apprehensive that I would be lost. I dug out the notes that I took during the reading of book one, but I needn’t have worried; it all came back to me. I was excited… Continue
Added by Mary Ann Bernal on October 3, 2011 at 9:18am —
Via YouTube, I'm discussing my supernatural thriller, Wickflicker, as it was voted in for the October book discussion on the Goodreads CCF forum.
To check out the forum containing the video link, follow the Goodreads link: GOODREADS
To view the "Behind the Script" video directly, please click on the link below. Thanks,… Continue
Added by Teric Darken on October 2, 2011 at 6:28pm —
Review: The Briton And The Dane
Book: The Briton and the Dane by Mary Ann Bernal
Published by Mary Ann Bernal in association with The Literary Underground; 2011
312 pages; excluding glossary, character lists and maps.
Genre: Historical Fiction/Adult Fiction
Synopsis via Goodreads: After the last of Rome's legions left Britannia to the… Continue
Added by Mary Ann Bernal on October 2, 2011 at 9:13am —
Richard S. Friedman "Rick Friedman" reviewed The Briton and the Dane (The Special Edition)
A TRUE HISTORICAL ADVENTURE -TO SAVOR
After the last of Rome's legions left Britannia to the mercy of the invading barbarian hordes and before the age of chivalry, when knighthood was in flower and troubadours sang of courtly love, there lived a King whose love for his people and the land left a legacy coveted by his descendants who sought to wear his crown.
Mary Ann… Continue
Added by Mary Ann Bernal on October 1, 2011 at 9:44am —