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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Pre-Order a 'Pawn for Malice' by Cynthia Roberts

Get ready! Cynthia Roberts' new book Pawn for Malice, which is a thrilling romantic suspense, releases on November 6th and you have a chance to preorder it. I've read the description and it sounds good to me. Tell me what you think: 

Book Description

Does an ex-cop ever lose his "nose" for investigating? Freshmen Senator, Bryon Gallagher, certainly hasn't, when the love of his life, Jessica, is kidnapped by a mad man. No stone is left unturned, as he plays the role of a senator by day and rogue detective by night, calling in favors and working his past snitches to the bone to find her. The only problem is, who does he focus his efforts on ... her deranged, the former father-in-law who lusts after her, a crazed felon hell-bent on revenging the execution of his brother put to death under the Senator's newly passed Death Penalty Bill, or an unknown psycho, looking for his "moment of fame?"

Pawn for Malice is a thrilling and passionate love story that is a blend of crime action, suspense, and self-discovery or one could even say, a cross between Safe Haven and Criminal Minds.

Sunday, October 16, 2016

3 Areas to Renovate to Increase Your Home's Value

The process of selling a home is quite daunting. Most people are worried that they are not going to get the price they want when they sell and they will end up upside down in their loan. This is why many homeowners try to get the value of their home as high as possible before they put it on the market. Sometimes you have to spend a little money in order to make that happen. 

Many homeowners perform home renovations in certain areas of their home in order to get the value up before they put it on the market. Some areas in the home are viewed as more important than others when it comes to updating them. The following are 3 areas in the home that can bring you and other homeowners a lot of value when you choose to renovate them. 

Monday, October 10, 2016

Cozy Up with Fall Giveaway

I know I should have posted this a long time ago and it should have been a back-to-school giveaway; however, as the elusive "they" always says, 'it's better late than never.' I don't know about you, but when the seasons change I go through changes myself. I'll perk up in the spring, I'm ready to hang out with the kids in the summer, and I'm always in the mood to settle down with a soft blanket and a cozy sweater for the long haul of winter. With every season there's a lot to look forward to. Now, here's something you can look forward to.

This time, instead of focusing so much on myself I want to do something nice for you. This giveaway did not turn out like I would have liked, but I'm going to say it's the thought that counts, right? Let's get started. One person will win every prize. The first item is something I'm sure you can use:

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Are More Fiction Authors Turning To Non-Fiction Topics?

One of the most interesting trends in the world of fiction is the recent trend of such authors suddenly turning out non-fiction titles. While some of our most famous authors in the realm of fantasy, such as Daniel Handler, have yet to follow this trend, there are plenty of others who seem determined to do so. While Handler hasn't turned his attention to writing any kind of philosophical manifesto, certain authors have decided to try their hand at this risky business. In many cases, the results have been enlightening or, at the very least, entertaining. Is this a trend that seems destined to become a mainstay? 

What Is The Appeal For An Author To Write A Grand Manifesto?

Is there a special urge to write a grand artistic manifesto that has become more prevalent with the advent of the new century? Do authors in all genres of fiction feel the need to explain themselves to their audience in a way that has never occurred to them in the past? Why all of a sudden are authors from the fields of fantasy, horror, erotica, and even children's fiction suddenly writing philosophical treatises and "How to Write" guides? Is there an overarching trend that explains these frank and confessional works? These are questions that customers and critics alike are scrambling to find answers to.