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Happy Birthday, Rafael Sabatini!

The writer of such adventure classics as The Sea Hawk, Scaramouche, and Captain Blood was born on 29 April 1875. Here he is as a young man, looking rather dapper: 6 more words


Experience the "Grandmaster of Adventure" Clive Cussler

Featured in Coral’s Corner used bookstore this week is bestselling author Clive Cussler, whose rollicking takes have garnered him the title, the “Grandmaster of Adventure.” 55 more words

Authors To Discover

Beau Geste (Algeria)

courtesy of a special order from Auntie’s Bookstore

by Percival Christopher Wren

I’m glad this adventure novel is still around. Not because I subscribe to its old-fashioned arrogance and casual racism, but because I feel it’s important to know how societies thought, felt, and acted in former times. 808 more words


The Children of Jules Verne

If you haven’t clicked on my “books” tab, then I must let you know that I love adventure novels. As a kid, I wanted to be an astronaut, although I didn’t know the word for it yet. 448 more words


How to Tell if the Book You're Reading Was Written by a Space Alien

There is concern that beings from other planets are gobbling up publishing opportunities that ought to go to earth people. It’s hard enough getting a book published, without having to compete with interlopers from other worlds. 405 more words

Just For Fun

A REAPER OF STONE by Mark Gelineau and Joe King

GENRE: Fantasy – This book is FREE on Amazon for 5 days beginning TODAY!!!


A Lady is dead. Her noble line ended. And the King’s Reaper has come to reclaim her land and her home. 491 more words