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Curse the Moon…A Must Read Historical Fiction by Lee Jackson

Eduardo Xiques is Atcho, a West point graduate and guerilla soldier specially trained to overthrow Cuban military dictactor Fidel Castro and his regime. With his resourcefulness, keen intellect, and his unparalleled...

A Guerrilla Leader Must Save the World from Total Destruction…

When a faceless guerilla fighter aligned with the resistance to overthrow Castro is pitted against a clever and deceptive Soviet agent, the result is a piece of historical fiction that masterfully blends...

Mad About the Boy by Suzan Battah

Julia Mendoza is not worried about her love life. Since the death of her young husband, this beautiful Latino woman has spent her time and energy focusing instead upon her business, despite...

A Story About the Struggle to Find Love and Achieve Balance…

http://youtu.be/xjIb4EzAjAI Julia Mendoza is not worried about her love life. Since the death of her young husband, this beautiful Latino woman has spent her time and energy focusing instead upon her business,...
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SNEAK PEEK: THE ARTIST BY CHRISTIE STRATOS

THE ARTIST BY CHRISTIE STRATOS HISTORICAL SUSPENSE AT ITS BEST WITH THIS SHORT STORY WITHIN THE DARK VICTORIANA COLLECTION An ad in the newspaper. A Civil...

BOOK REVIEW: “SUBTERRANEAN” BY JAMES ROLLINS

“SUBTERRANEAN” BY JAMES ROLLINS Ashley Carter is a single mom (to Jason) and a Paleoanthropology Assistant Professor specializing in cliff-dwelling primatives. What in the world would the...

National Poetry Month, Sign Up for Knopf’s “Poem a Day”

The Academy of American Poets officially designated April as National Poetry Month beginning in 1996. This annual celebration highlights the extraordinary legacy and ongoing achievement of American poets...