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Book Review: ‘What the Hell Was That?’ by Jeffrey Friedberg

What the Hell Was That? by Jeffrey Friedberg

New story collection by Jeffrey Friedberg, "What the Hell Was That?", is warp-speed ahead in entertainment value. Read More »

Interview with Jane Tesh, author of ‘Butterfly Waltz’


Interview with Jane Tesh, author of "Butterfly Waltz": "The creative process is something that I can’t resist or understand. I can’t explain where my characters come from. They are imaginary friends who never left me." Read More »

Dustin Costa, Rising Novelist From The Slammer

Dustin Costa Squirrel Days

Slammer Books' philosophy is best summed up by a quote from its first publication, "Squirrel Days": "Time to take my life in my hands again". Read More »

Book Review: ‘Curiosity House, The Shrunken Head’ – A Young Adult Mystery by Lauren Oliver & H.C. Chester


'Curiosity House: The Shrunken Head' by Lauren Oliver & H.C. Chester takes you on a fun filled journey with a group of children who have grown up in Dumfrey’s Dime Museum of Freaks Oddities and Wonders. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A Sporting Murder’ – An Eve Appel Mystery by Lesley A. Diehl

A sporting murder

If you enjoy mystery, romance and a little bit of crazy you will enjoy "A Sporting Murder." Eve Appel is a great character and her relationships keep the fun and mystery rolling in unexpected directions. Read More »

Interview with Rashod Carter, author of ‘Maaan, You Know That Ain’t White’

Maaan You Know That Ain't White

This is just the beginning for me. I currently have three books written and plan on doing a lot more. You're reading comedy, like you've never read before and you heard it here first. Getting this first book out there was expensive, but I feel that it was worth it. Read More »

Profile: Author Barry Hornig

Without a Net Cover

The decision to write this memoir came about from Hornig’s anger about his great ups and downs in life and the question, “Why do they continue to happen to me?” He needed to get it out of his system. Through writing, he hoped to see life more clearly and get rid of some of the anger and pain. Read More »

Interview: Russ Colchamiro, Author of ‘Genius de Milo’

Russ Colchamiro

Being a writer isn't just what I do, but who I am. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Blondes’ – A Horror Story by Emily Schultz


A funny ‘tongue in cheek’ type of apocalyptic future where one after another horror and death or deaths are caused by blonde women throughout the world. Trying to stem the tide of killings, the research shows the only connection to be the color of the women’s hair. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Shadow Cabinet: Shades of London’ by Maureen Johnson


Rory and her group, known as the ghost squad find their own time running out as they search for their friend, and contain the damage that is engendered by Jane and her own group as they try to unleash a nightmare on the city. Can they stop the damage and still find Stephen before it is too late? Read More »