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Liz Berry A “Cheerleader” for Romance and Books

Liz Berry A "Cheerleader" for Romance and Books By Kimberly Rocha, Book Obsessed Chicks So THIS beautiful lady, Liz Berry is one of the most lovely people I have ever had the pleasure of...

2015 ITW Thriller Awards Nominees

ThrillerFest, is an annual event hosted by the International Thriller Writers organization, to recognize the best books published in this genre from the previous year. This year's nominee's are:     BEST HARDCOVER NOVEL Megan Abbott – THE...

Thriller Writers Tour with USO

Bestselling and award winning thriller authors Clive Cussler, Sandra Brown, Kathy Reichs, Mark Bowden, and Andrew Peterson joined the USO/Armed Forces Entertainment to support the troops. "Operation Thriller II", took the authors...

A Chance for Your Copy of No Rest for the Dead

A Chance for Your Own Copy of No Rest for the Dead  is One Comment Away! Write a comment or tweet the article to have your name submitted to the drawing! WHAT: With a...

Andrew F. Gulli: Reveals the Backstory for No Rest for The Dead

An intimate look at how this amazing project began, how these talented authors eagerly accepted, and how the proceeds might help make a brighter future for those facing cancer. Four years ago, I was...

Operation Thriller: Writers on USO Tour

Linda McMaken 7-27-11 Cincinnati,OH You know the names, Steve Berry, James Rollins, Andy Harp, David Morell, Dougles Preston - a Who's Who of thriller writers that have "thrilled" you, scare you and kept you up...
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BEHIND THE WORDS WITH J.D. GRIFFO

Behind The Words with J.D. Griffo Welcome J.D., we are very excited to have you on Reader's Entertainment. Let's start with sharing a bit about...

Happy Holiday Traditions with Romance Author Susan Carlisle

Susan has a very fun and different holiday tradition and it involves flowers!!! How cool is that? Susan: "Each December my mother and I have an...

Merriam-Webster Announces 2020 Word of the Year

For the year 2020 the word is…………..PANDEMIC According to Merriam-Webster the statistic for looking up the words spiked in February, the first day Covid-19 became...