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Wolf Hunt Werner A. Lind

 

“Lifeblood” & ”The Gift”  are Werner Lind’s other works to date; they are vampire stories. He moves on to tackle something new, werewolves. I enjoy Werner’s work; I think he is an exceptional talent, and currently I am working with him on an installment of The Author’s Lab/Collaboration. The twist and bend of it is that he has a certain kind of vampire, Laurie Bowler has a certain of vampire , so we are going to have them meet a little bit down the road in…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on July 2, 2011 at 7:37pm — No Comments

Who Is On Deck For “Drunk On The Moon”

Good morning to everyone and I hope that your 4th of July holiday weekend is rolling right along. Today on my Facebook I am putting up videos  from one hit wonders of the 80’s; chime in on your favorite and suggest a few while you are there. I will be doing it all weekend as long as I am not picnicking with the family. Back to business: The new Paul D. Brazill series, “Drunk on the Moon”, is gaining some serious attention among authors. The list…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on July 2, 2011 at 4:25pm — No Comments

'FORGIVEN' - my first signing tomorrow!

A new experience for me!  My first signing on my first novel!

June 29th an article 'Pastor Authors Novel' appeared in our local newspaper by free lance writer and friend Mary Golem - www. owensoundsuntimes.com.

Click on the search box and type in 'Fletch Forgiven'.

Sheilah Fletch

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Added by Sheilah Fletch on July 2, 2011 at 3:28am — 2 Comments

Final Revelation. It's Time

The mysteries of life are revealed and answers given to those who search for the truth of why we are beginning to experience such destruction throughout this world.

Read FINAL REVELATION. IT'S TIME! The Truth Of Why We Exist In This World And Why It's All Coming To An End by Daniel Samson…

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Added by Olive Peart on July 2, 2011 at 1:08am — No Comments

Digital Short Story

Maybe I've been remiss in posting about this, but my newest short story, "A Prince in Trenton, Seriously? ", is available now on Kindle and Nook.



So I did a guest post for Gelati's Scoop to tell you a little more about it. I have a series called The Empyrical Tales. Books I … Continue

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Added by Mark Miller on July 1, 2011 at 11:01pm — No Comments

Counter Point Mark Miller has his time and two cents

There’s this guy I have somehow become entangled with, but don’t remember quite how. Probably through Facebook. You know how you seem to accumulate people on there, like putting a book on a shelf and accumulating dust? When you go back a week or two later, wow! Where did all this dust come from?

Maybe that’s a bad analogy because Giovanni Gelati is anything but dusty. I can’t imagine he sits still long enough to gather dust. This guy is one of the most outgoing, supportive and…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on July 1, 2011 at 9:54pm — No Comments

Bar Anticipation The Bar Series The Author’s Lab/Collaboration Series Big Daddy Abel & Tommy Jannarone

 

Is the title long enough for you? How hard do you think it was for Big Daddy Abel to make the cover, trying not just to fit the title but all the names on the cover? I think he did an amazing job to say the least. What is this about and why did we do it?

Good question and the answers are easy. BDA is in a rock band, he is one of the vocalists and plays the guitar. Tommy owns the incredible bar known as Bar-A, and me , well I have been there to meet and yap with BDA and enjoy…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on July 1, 2011 at 3:46pm — No Comments

Targets Down Bob Hamer

Is this fact or fiction? That is the rub with this. Bob Hamer was an undercover FBI agent for 25 years before he decided to write his awesome suspense filled novels. I have interviewed Bob a few times on The G-ZONE, my blogtalk radio show, and he flat out says that is the part of the fun of the novel. Can we the reader  figure out what he really did and what he made up to weave the fabric of the novel together? I can’t; I am not smart enough and besides if he did any or most of what is in…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on July 1, 2011 at 2:34pm — No Comments

Spotlight Interview with author Cleveland W. Gibson

Q1: Thanks for participating in our Authors.com Spotlight Interview series! Please introduce yourself Cleveland and your book to help our readers get to know you.

A: Hi. I'm Cleveland W. Gibson. It's my real name and my writing name too.





I live in the Cotswolds in the UK and love the countryside. I've nearly finished my current…
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Added by SpotlightInterviews on July 1, 2011 at 12:56am — 2 Comments

My First Kindle

Okay, I told you about this a few days ago and here it is!



Giovanni Gelati, blogmaster of Gelati's Scoop and host of the G-Zone on blog-talk-radio, created an innovative series called the Author's Lab with Trestle Press. Basically, he partners with a variety of authors to write an ongoing series of digital shorts. These e-books cover many genres mostly for adults, but I have the… Continue

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Added by Mark Miller on June 30, 2011 at 4:18pm — No Comments

NEWSFLASH: PAUL D. BRAZILL BRINGS HIS NEW “DRUNK ON THE MOON” SERIES TO TRESTLE PRESS

Hello everybody! I got this news yesterday and immediately my blood pressure sky rocketed. Incredible, fun, cutting edge, intense, how more commas can I have in this sentence? Anybody?

Let’s get to it shall we: Paul D. Brazill ,one of the gods of noir/hard-boiled/mystery/horror has begun to not just put together a character but an entire series called “Drunk On The Moon” ! The first installment hits cyberspace next Friday July 8th. Each month a new installment of series…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on June 30, 2011 at 2:59pm — No Comments

Xander’s Demise :Zorza the Alien Book Two Cody Toye

I am a big fan of the work the Toyeman does, kind of hard not to be once you read some of his work: The Dribbles The Squirrel Series, Zorza, Intangibles Series, and the Toye Box Collections of Children’s Stories. His work covers different genres and age groups; I love the versatility, heart and passion his work contains. Zorza is a great example of what he likes to do and how he does it. This is actually a prequel to the first Zorza digital short story and gives us the…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on June 29, 2011 at 7:47pm — No Comments

My scifi Sequel, The Youth are in Charge

 

I'm almost there, The Universe Calls, has 51,000 words.  All I need is a; edit, rewrite, cover, format, proof read a copy, fix proof another copy, moments of doubt and I'm there.

In my sequel, like in the first book, the youth of the world are in charge of the planet.  Its eaiser to run the planet now 3/4 of the population has been killed by the invading aliens.  There are plenty of resources to go around but…

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Added by Matt T. Schott on June 29, 2011 at 12:51pm — 2 Comments

Tribulation Point Ricci Lane

I really don’t know why or how, but I have gotten a slew of deep, thought provoking novels lately, “Tribulation Point”  is another one. I want to get right to the synopsis of the novel:

“Abandoned at birth, conceived from a vicious assault on her mother, left on the steps of an orphanage, Precious must also face many other trials from her past. Teased and mocked by the children in the orphanage, she is called "half-n-half." She finds her first love only to lose…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on June 29, 2011 at 10:33am — No Comments

Tribulation Point Ricci Lane

I really don’t know why or how, but I have gotten a slew of deep, thought provoking novels lately, “Tribulation Point”  is another one. I want to get right to the synopsis of the novel:

“Abandoned at birth, conceived from a vicious assault on her mother, left on the steps of an orphanage, Precious must also face many other trials from her past. Teased and mocked by the children in the orphanage, she is called "half-n-half." She finds her first love only to lose…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on June 29, 2011 at 10:32am — No Comments

Another 5 Star Review for The Lost Queen

Giovanni Gelati of Gelati's Scoop says "The Lost Queen...is fun, innovative and flat out well written."



Read the full review on GELATI'S SCOOP.



Or buy the BOOK HERE and judge for yourself. You won't be… Continue

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Added by Mark Miller on June 29, 2011 at 2:19am — No Comments

The Lost Queen Mark Miller

Once in a while I think I find a gem, something maybe some people have seen, but really hasn’t found the audience it deserves yet. “The Lost Queen” is one of those works.   It as a YA novel, is part of The Empyrical Tales series, and it is fun , innovative and flat out well written. Yeah how do I really feel about it huh? Here is what is between the covers on this:

“Zandria and Olena continue their adventures in the land of Empyrean. Zandria discovers a magical…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on June 29, 2011 at 1:34am — No Comments

LA Law of the Land

You may not know that Los Angeles has a metropolitan area of 15 million, but after being there for a few days, visiting our son who works for a CBS talk show, I’ve seen this sea of people, some as far as the horizon. At a beachfront restaurant in Santa Monica they swam by us to a pier with a giant Ferris wheel illuminated with splinters of neon light, a kaleidoscope of color beneath the evening sky. The air cool, crisp, the beach wide, stretching for miles to distant mountains. No wonder people… Continue

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Added by ward r jones on June 28, 2011 at 11:49pm — No Comments

Wish to Hek Reviews: Universal Studios, Orlando Robert Ford Guest Post

Wish to Hek Reviews: Universal Studios, Orlando

     I’m releasing my inner geek here. I know I normally write a review about books in this blog but I wanted to change it up somewhat.  If you want a cool, different from the norm book, read the oldie but goodie, My Bondage and My Freedom: The Autobiography of Frederick Douglass.  It is devastating to read how a slave was treated back in the early history of the U.S.  As a teacher I like to keep up with some…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on June 28, 2011 at 3:50pm — No Comments

First review of Making Plans, Making Memories

Giovanni Gelati calls the first installment of Reprisal "one of the best [debuts] I have read..."



Check out his full review HERE on Gelati's Scoop.



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Added by Sam Lang on June 27, 2011 at 10:46pm — No Comments

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