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The Invention of Hugo Cabret Review

There comes a time once every blue moon when a novelist comes out with something so original that there really isn’t anything to compare it to. 511 more words


The Prometheus Saga Launches!

I’m very proud to be a part of a groundbreaking new publishing effort: The Prometheus Saga.

What is the Prometheus Saga: 13 short stories released the same day. 159 more words

Bard Constantine

The Crime at Black Dudley

The Crime at Black Dudley by Margery Allingham (1904 – 1966) was first published in 1929.  It is the first of the “Albert Campion” mysteries written by the author.  563 more words


Book Review - Stardust by Neil Gaiman

Since the film came out, Stardust has been one of those movies I can’t pass up watching whenever I find it on television. I already knew I liked Neil Gaiman’s writing from having read… 655 more words

Book Talk

Fiction Friday: Let it all hang out ... Go ahead, Dacia. Interview.

It has occurred to me that this Friday evening (or Saturday because I fell asleep mid-interview) spot of mine does not have to belong to me alone. 1,873 more words


Timeglass Journal – Subject Forum: Books and Novels - Fiction

Timeglass Journal – Subject Forum: Books and Novels – Fiction (In General)

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The Age of Innocence

American writer Edith Wharton born on this date in 1862. Wharton won the Pulitzer Prize for The Age of Innocence, which was adapted into an award-winning film. 9 more words