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Interview: William R. Leibowitz, Author of ‘Miracle Man’

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"An author has to view his writing as an art form in the same way as a painter, even if the author isn’t trying to create great literary fiction." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Kick Assitude’ by Trish Jackson

Kick Assitude, Trish Jackson

A fun addition to Jackson’s Redneck P.I. Adventure series. Read More »

Interview: Donna Galanti, Author of ‘A Hidden Element’

"Let go – of your ego that is. Accept constructive criticism and be open to improving your writing."

"To succeed you cannot think your writing is perfect or that first draft is perfect or that your story can’t change." Read More »

Interview: Entertainment Lawyer William Leibowitz, Author of ‘Miracle Man’

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What if someone was born with an IQ of an unheard-of level of 550? And what if as a baby he was tossed in a trash can? Read More »

Interview: Eliot Baker, Author of ‘The Last Ancient’

"I found myself working like crazy to get my research in order."

"My notions of success are emotionally driven; certainly not defined in sales figures." Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Secret State’

Gabriel Byrne in Secret State

Probably the best tale of political intrigue you'll ever watch. Read More »

Profile: Donna Galanti, Author of ‘The Human Element’

“I slay my own demons through my writing – and I highly recommend it!” says Galanti.

"I am drawn to writing the hero’s journey – more so the tormented hero, and tormented villain." Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Blue Ruin’

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Director Jeremy Saulnier makes an ambitious leap from his no-budget origins. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Splintered Paddle’ by Mark Troy

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If you like a thriller with a lot going on, Mark Troy’s 'The Splintered Paddle' is right up your alley. Read More »

Interview: Paul DeBlassie III, Author of ‘The Unholy’

"I hope that readers of The Unholy will feel the top of their heads pop off."

"I hope that readers of 'The Unholy' will feel the top of their heads pop off." Read More »