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How to Become a Better Reader

I ran across this short article from Publisher’s Weekly by author Gretchen Rubin, and wanted to pass it along.  In it Rubin explains how to become a better reader by letting go of perfectionism and focusing only on those books that are truly interesting to you.  32 more words

"The New York Times" and "Suspense Magazine" Both Rave About "A Scourge of Vipers"

The New York Times book review section says this about A Scourge of Vipers, the latest book in my Edgar Award-winning series of hard-boiled crime novels:  The protagonist, Liam Mulligan, is barely holding onto his job at a dying Providence, RI., newspaper, “but until someone actually pulls the plug on this once-scrappy daily, Bruce DeSilva gives his smart and funny investigative sleuth something to live and fight for.” 128 more words

New Series from Ig Publishing—The Stories that Inspired Writers

John Knowles and Kurt Vonnegut are about to get some postmortem love. Last week, Brooklyn indie publisher Ig Publishing announced a new series called “Bookmarked,” which will feature Knowles’s  145 more words

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Early Praise For In The Distance From Publishers Weekly #InTheKitchen #MMRomance @CarinaPress @NikkaMichaels

Early Praise from Publishers Weekly for In The Distance, Book 3 in the In The Kitchen Series by Eileen Griffin and Nikka Michaels.

“Romance fans looking for heat will want to get into the kitchen of the fictional Seattle bistro where 20-year-old Tyler Mitchell works.” 202 more words

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Publishers Weekly "Pick"

Today is the official publication day for Paris Red, and I received some great news this morning: the book is a “pick” for Publishers Weekly… 69 more words

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NEWS AND REVIEWS

Rockets and Revolution
By Michael Smith
Critcom review
“An engaging read, Rockets & Revolution brings a variety of new sources and a refreshing perspective into the debates about the cultural dimensions of spaceflight. 225 more words

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Author of the Year Award - Champagne Book Group

Champagne Book Group proudly applauds author Keith Wayne McCoy as Author of the Year!  His novel “The Travelers” was given a glowing review from PUBLISHERS WEEKLY – a first-time accomplishment for a writer contracted with this publishing house.   37 more words