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The Map of the Sky by Felix J. Palma

The Map of the Sky by Felix J. Palma

Herbert George Wells intends to meet the American writer who wrote a sequel to War of the Worlds and Wells intends to give Serviss a large piece of his mind. Wells is livid at not only how it was done but also that Serviss turned his book into a showcase for American excess.

South by Southeast by Blair Underwood

South by Southeast by Blair Underwood

Everyone’s favorite detective is back! This is the fourth novel in a series featuring actor/detective Tennyson Hardwick (a character that is loosely based on movie actor, Blair Underwood). Not only extremely handsome, but also highly intelligent and a whole lot of fun, there are many fans who would love to see this particular detective up on the big screen.

Laura Lamont’s Life in Pictures by Emma Straub

Laura Lamont’s Life in Pictures by Emma Straub

Elsa Emerson is the youngest of three daughters born to a life at the Cherry County Playhouse run by her parents, her father the director and her mother support staff. When Elsa takes the stage in her first role as a flower girl at a wedding, she is hooked. She wants to be an actress, to be part of the magical world.

Comfort Food by Rick Rodgers

Comfort Food by Rick Rodgers

A stack of blueberry pancakes drizzled with syrup, a creamy dish of mac and cheese, hearty spaghetti and meatballs, old-fashioned buttermilk fried chicken, warm peach cobbler with a scoop of vanilla ice cream—no matter what your idea of the ultimate comfort food is, you will discover it in this enticing collection of over 125 recipes for the most treasured American dishes.

The Map of the Sky: A Novel by Felix J. Palma

The Map of the Sky: A Novel by Felix J. Palma

A love story serves as backdrop for The Map of the Sky when New York socialite Emma Harlow agrees to marry millionaire Montgomery Gilmore, but only if he accepts her audacious challenge: to reproduce the extraterrestrial invasion featured in Wells’s War of the Worlds. What follows are three brilliantly interconnected plots to create a breathtaking tale of time travel and mystery, replete with cameos by a young Edgar Allan Poe, and Captain Shackleton and Charles Winslow from The Map of Time.

Personification: Is It Passe?

Personification: Is It Passe? by Rochelle Jewel Shapiro September 2012 Rochelle Shapiro is a regular columnist for Authorlink. Watch for her insights every month on Authorlink.   How many times have you read about flowers dancing? Breezes whispering? Winds...

Going to the Bad by Nora McFarland

Going to the Bad by Nora McFarland

Lilly Hawkins dreads the day that her boyfriend pops the question. She found the ring, so she knows the day is not far away, especially since it is Christmas Eve. The newsroom where she works is running on a skeleton shift and more shooters (camera journalists) have lost their jobs as more on air personalities shoot and cut their own videos. One thing she does not need is death in the family, and that is what she gets.

The Age of Desire by Jennie Fields

The Age of Desire by Jennie Fields

There are no literary lights so high, their private moments will not topple them from their pedestals.

Edith Wharton brings to mind an age where appearances were everything and the slightest misstep could cause a fatal social fall. Nothing would be forgiven without at least paying the social price—in public.

What the Nanny Saw by Fiona Neill

What the Nanny Saw by Fiona Neill

The Nanny, Ali, came to work for Nick and Bryony Skinner to take care of their four children and is present when the economy falls to dust in 2008, finding herself privy to most all of the ‘talk’ and problems that befall the family. The Skinner’s are one of those ‘groups’ who were at the top of the heap financially and had no problems looming in the future, but when the stock market took a tumble they, like many, crumbled right along with it.