Category Archives: November 2011

Charyn Is Not An Average Thriller Writer

A couple days ago I finished reading my second Jerome Charyn novel. After reading The Secret Life of Emily Dickinson last year I expected this novel to be somewhat different than the average thriller and I wasn’t wrong.  Under the … Continue reading

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Tribute Books Tackles Teens

Tribute Books  is a small independent publisher which has published biography, history, historical fiction, humour, poetry, reference, religion and sports titles. Owner, Nicole Langan established the company seven years ago. Beginning in 2012, Tribute Books will become solely an ebook … Continue reading

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Martyrs and Traitors – A New Look at 1916

Marina Neery is with me today to answer some questions about her recently released Irish historical novel, Martyrs and Traitors, a book which looks at the Easter Rising from a new angle. Here’s how the publisher describes the book: “Dublin. Good Friday. … Continue reading

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